AND WATER RESEARCH
Nobel Prize winner Dr.
Henri Coanda, the founder of fluid dynamics, was one
of the world's greatest scientists. Born in
Bucharest, Dr. Coanda was an inventor who held more
than 600 patents. In the later years of his career
he became infatuated with the 120- to 140-year life
span of the residents of the Hunza land north of
Pakistan. As he was nearing his retirement, Dr.
Coanda chose an up-and-coming teenage science whiz
to carry on his work. Young Patrick Flanagan had
been recognized by Life Magazine as one of the top
ten most promising scientists in the United States.
Dr. Coanda was 78 years old when he offered Flanagan
his documented research and asked that his research
on longevity be carried on. Flanagan accepted
Coanda's challenge and began his life's work. He
started by identifying five remote areas of the
planet where the inhabitants lived extremely healthy
lives of 120 years or longer.
The diets of the residents of the five regions were
all different. The only common factor Flanagan could
find to explain why those people lived such long and
healthy lives was their drinking water. In every one
of the areas, the water consumed was from melted
glaciers. On analysis, glacial water is physically
different; it has a lower surface tension and is
similar in some ways to the fluid that surrounds the
body's cells. This water, or "glacial milk," was
named Hunza Water after the most well known of the
five areas Flanagan studied.
Dr. Flanagan then set out to develop his own Hunza
Water and to share the gift of good health and
longevity with the world. After years of research,
Flanagan duplicated the properties of Hunza Water
through his creation of small, three-dimensional
Other researchers who had concluded that the secret
of Hunza Water was only its trace minerals were
stunned to discover that it was the clustered
structure of water molecules that made glacial water
First, Dr. Flanagan invented a 33-step process that
used three minerals found in human tissue to change
nutrients into nano-colloidal silicates.
Microclusters® was the catalyst produced by this
process, which increases the ability of the
nutrients to absorb. Studies have shown
Microclusters® can absorb 300 percent more than the
same nutrient without an increase in the absorption
of many other nutritional supplements.
Dr. Flanagan continued to research Hunza Water and
discovered it contained a vast number of
negatively-charged hydrogen ions. Hydrogen has one
electron and is a powerful neutralizer of free
radicals and the ultimate antioxidant. This research
led to Flanagan's discovery of Silica Hydride
MegaH™, a nutritional supplement that adds
negatively-charged hydrogen ions to the body, and
MegaHydrate™, the first supplement scientifically
proven to increase hydration.
As if all that wasn't enough, Dr. Flanagan found
that Hunza Water contained other properties that
involved energy, heat and viscosity. Another decade
of research brought him to a new discovery--a
mineral activator that reduced nutritional elements
to a new type of mineral colloid. A mineral colloid
of this small size--just 12 atoms around--had never
been achieved before. The
minute size of these Microclusters® reduces the size
of nutrients and transports them straight to the
cells where they are needed. Microclusters®
are approximately five to ten nanometers (one
nanometer equals a billionth of a meter) in
diameter; nearly two and one-half million would fit
on the head of a pin. In spite of their small size,
the surface area of Microclusters® is approximately
240,000 square feet per ounce.
Microclusters® encapsulate tiny particles of
nutrients in an electrically charged coating of
minerals to protect them until their absorption by
the cells. With this discovery, Dr. Flanagan had at
last been successful in recreating all of the
properties found in Hunza Water.
When nutrients are made this small, the size allows
electrons to move rapidly through them which creates
a powerful charge that attracts water molecules.
This increases nutrient hydration and raises the
ability to absorb and attract to cells. In so
doing, it reduces the surface tension and changes
the structure of its physical properties to those of
the water that surrounds the cells.
Additionally, Silica Hydride also increases the net
charge ("zeta potential") of particles that decide
how the cells are "clustered" in the body. By
increasing zeta potential, fluids are able to move
between cells, flush out toxins and absorb more
water into the cells.
Dr. Flanagan's work with nanotechnology has created
wondrous opportunities for both an increase in the
quality of life and life extension. He is described
by his peers as one of the most incredible
scientists the world has ever known.
Hydrogen... Longevity's Missing Link
by Patrick Flanagan MD
Nexus December, 1994 - January 1995.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, the Nobel laureate who discovered vitamin C, calls
water the mother and matrix of all life (6). Water is so much a part of life
that we tend to ignore it and look elsewhere for the magic bullet, the secret
herb or nutrient that will increase health and vigor and extend life-span.
Recent discoveries about the significance of water and its function in the
living system may forever change our view of water. All the symptoms of aging
are in one way or another accompanied by a slow dehydration of our vital tissues
associated with free-radical oxidative damage (22). No matter how much tap water
we drink, we cannot seem to slow down the inevitable starvation of vital tissues
for the fluid that is everywhere. There is much more to tissue hydration than
simply drinking ordinary water. Tissue water is as different from spring water
as milk is from apple juice.
This is the story of a discovery that may help to slow the dehydration and
subsequent tissue damage that accompanies the aging process.
THE BEGINNING OF THE QUEST
When Patrick Flanagan was 17 years old, he had already been a child prodigy
in electronics and chemistry since the age of eight (15). He was consulting with
a Stamford, Connecticut-based science 'think tank' when he first met Dr Henri
Coanda ( 1885-1972).
Dr Coanda was 78 at the time and appeared to be in exceptionally good health.
He had the quick mind and bright eyes of a man driven by a vast reservoir of
inner energy. Dr Coanda is known as the "Father of Fluid Dynamics" (10). In
1910, seven years after the first flights by the American inventors Orville and
Wilbur Wright, Coanda designed and built a jet-propelled monoplane which took
off and flew under its own power with Coanda as pilot. He used an engine that he
termed a reaction motor, but, discouraged by the lack of public acceptance of
his aircraft, he abandoned his experiments and designed the Bristol Fighter
craft for the British in World War 1 (10).
While building the world's first jet airplane, Dr Coanda discovered an effect
that has become known in the science of fluid dynamics as the "Coanda effect"
(10). Without the Coanda effect, we would not have a space shuttle or a 747 jet
During his 78th birthday party at the home of author-scientist G. Harry
Stine, Patrick told Dr. Coanda that he hoped that he (Patrick) was in the same
excellent health when he was 78 years old. Coanda looked at Patrick and said
"Patrick, when you are 78 years old we'll talk about it". Everyone in earshot
laughed at Coanda's joke.
A few days later, Dr. Coanda invited Patrick into his office and told Patrick
a secret that would change his entire life. He told Patrick that he had spent
over 60 years searching for the secret to "the fountain of youth." He said that
the human body is over 70 per cent water and that the brain is 90 per cent
water. He said that the water contains within its structure the secret to
reversing the aging process.
Dr. Coanda had developed testing methods for determining different geometries
in the structure of water (10). He traveled at length around the world and found
five places that contained what he termed "anomalous water". Two of these places
included Hunza land in the Karakoram Mountains of Northern Pakistan, and the
Vilcabambia in Ecuador It has long fascinated anthropologists that people who
live in these areas tend to age more slowly than the rest of us. In fact, people
who live in these areas tend to remain healthy and disease-free well after the
age of 100. There are documented cases of men fathering children after the age
Dr. Coanda discovered that the secret of longevity in these areas was due to
the special physical properties of their water. The people who live in these
areas also claim that water is the secret of their long, healthy lives. He found
that this 'Hunza-type' water was significantly different from water found
anywhere else (7).
Dr. Coanda's lifelong ambition was to recreate Hunza water in his laboratory.
Since the human body averages 70 per cent water, he was convinced that the
secret of the Hunza people's abundance of healthy centenarians was due to the
health enhancing properties of their anomalous water.
As a result of his studies, he was able to test water all over the Earth and
could predict the average age of death in any given locality just by testing the
water in that area. Dr Coanda originated the expression. "You are what you
drink". Re said that the water affects our health more than any other nutrient.
He told Patrick: "Discover the secret of Hunza-type water and you can extend
It is interesting that Dr. Alexis Carrel, another French scientist, had
received the Nobel prize for keeping the cells of a chicken heart alive for 34
years (3,16). Dr Carrel said: "The cell is immortal. It is merely the fluid
(water) in which it floats that degenerates. Renew this fluid at intervals, give
the cells what they require for nutrition, and as far as we know, the pulsation
of life may go on forever".
Dr. Coanda revealed the special characteristics of Hunza-type water to
Patrick. With these clues in hand, Patrick started his own quest for the secret
of Hunza water. After obtaining a sample of Hunza water from Betty Lee Morales,
a friend who had been to Hunza land many times, Patrick performed his own
analysis. The first thing he discovered was that Hunza water is in many ways
just like distilled water It does not contain the mineral salts we find in
mountain springs or in well-water It is devoid of mineral salts (7).
The next thing Patrick found was that Hunza water contains trace minerals in
a special colloidal form. Colloidal minerals are minerals that are insoluble in
water Colloidal minerals are not ionized into anions and cations like mineral
salts. Although colloidal minerals are very common types of minerals, the
colloids in Hunza water are different from ordinary colloids (4,7).
Colloidal minerals are so tiny that they cannot be seen except with the most
powerful microscopes. Instead of being ionized, they are suspended in water by a
phenomenon known as "zeta potential".
Dr. Thomas Riddick, a pioneer in colloid chemistry, stated: "Zeta potential
represents a basic law of Nature, and it plays a vital role in all forms of
plant and animal life. It is the force that maintains the discreteness of the
billions of circulating cells which nourish the organism". If zeta potential is
low, toxins cannot be suspended for elimination, and nutrients cannot be
suspended for transportation to the cells. The whole system becomes clogged (7).
Patrick discovered that the colloidal mineral clusters in Hunza water were
smaller and had a higher zeta potential than other colloidal minerals. He also
found that Hunza water contained a very large quantity of negatively ionized
hydrogen atoms. Negatively ionized hydrogen atoms are not found in ordinary
All water contains hydrogen atoms with a positive charge. The hydrogen
protons that are found in ordinary water control the pH or acid-alkaline balance
(12,22). The negatively charged hydrogen protons found in Hunza water are the
most powerful electron donors known to chemistry. These atoms are extremely
powerful free-radical scavengers. These hydrogen ions are normally found in the
fluids of healthy living systems.
COLLOIDAL MINERAL CLUSTERS
In 1983, Patrick met and married his wife, Gael Crystal. After returning to
their new home in the mountains outside of Sedona, Arizona, they built a new
water research laboratory where they continued the quest for the secret of Hunza
As a result of one year of joint research, they finally succeeded in
duplicating the anomalous properties of Hunza water They created a new type of
colloidal mineral cluster that is so small it is only 50 angstroms in diameter.
These minerals are so small that 1,600 of them would fit side by side on a red
blood cell. These mineral clusters have since been trade marked under the name
of "Flanagan Microclusters".
When these colloidal mineral clusters are added to ordinary distilled water,
a number of extremely complex physical changes occur, including:
1) The high zeta potential attracts water molecules to the vicinity of the
colloid where the water molecules are strongly polarized into forming hollow
cages that resemble Buckminster Fuller's geodesic domes.
2) This ordering of molecules reduces the entropy of water. This means that the
Gibbs free-energy increases. An increase in free energy in water means that the
water can now support chemical reactions more easily and with less energy than
3) The surface tension or energy required to break the surface of water is
greatly reduced. The phenomenon known as "wetting" is dependent on surface
tension. The lower the surface tension the wetter the water. This means that the
water requires less energy to wet substances.
4) The colloidal mineral cluster can act as vast reservoirs of negatively
ionized hydrogen atoms. (This final part of the Flanagan's discovery was made
ten years after they were first able to duplicate the minerals found in Hunza
Hunza-type waters have several things in common: they all come from high
altitude mountain valleys and the basic source of water is from ancient ice-blue
glaciers. This means that the water is pure and mineral-free like distilled
water, since glacier water is ancient rain-water. It has no mineral salts like
water found in springs and deep wells (7).
Lord Rutherford had discovered that proton nuclei could pick up electrons
when they passed through matter. Since 87 per cent of cosmic rays are hydrogen
protons, these high altitude glaciers may have trapped an enormous amount of
hydrogen. As these cosmic rays passed through the glacial ice, they may have
gained electrons in the upper layers of the glacier In addition, it is well
known that hydrogen protons can travel through ice crystals thousands of times
faster than any other type of ion. Dr. Castleman at the University of
Pennsylvania has found that hydrogen can be trapped in cage-like water
structures similar to geodesic domes (4). These geodesic dome-like cages were
first predicted by two-time Nobel Prizewinner, Linus Pauling, in 1959 in his
classic book, The Hydrogen Bond (17).
In addition, these waters contain a small quantity of high zeta-potential
colloidal mineral clusters (7).
Patrick and Gael Crystal Flanagan discovered that Hunza water has special
physical properties different from ordinary water. These properties include
surface tension, viscosity, heat capacity and Gibbs free energy. These physical
anomalies also contribute to formations in the structure of snow crystals. The
Flanagan's task was to create water that was identical to Hunza-type water so
that they could share it with the rest of the world.
Patrick had spent 20 years trying to duplicate Hunza-type water. He tried to
induce anomalous properties by applying energy fields from magnets, ionizing and
nonionizing radiation, crystals and pyramids. He was able to duplicate a few of
the anomalous properties of Hunza water, but these changes were only temporary.
These altered waters lost their anomalous properties with the passage of time.
In the first year of their joint research, Patrick and Gael discovered the
secret of Dr Coanda's anomalous water, and created the first laboratory analog
of Hunza water. After ten years of additional research and development, they
opened up a new domain in nanotechnology. They not only duplicated the
properties of Hunza water, they also increased the quantity of negatively
ionized hydrogen atoms millions of times over that found in Hunza water. They
duplicated a type of colloidal mineral cluster that is only found in Hunza-type
water. These mineral clusters act like tiny magnets, drawing water molecules to
their surface, creating liquid crystals in the process. The electrical charge on
these minerals alters the properties of water so that they produce the
properties of Hunza water These minerals are so tiny they are only 10 to 12
atoms in diameter (7).
A new emerging science, known as cluster chemistry, has shown that minerals
in this size range have profound, unusual properties not found in any other form
of matter (4).
When substance is reduced in size to this dimension, electrons travel all
over the surface of the mineral instead of being confined to localized areas
like electrons found on ordinary colloids. These electron clouds form a zeta
potential or negative electrical charge that attracts and organizes water
molecules, building a liquid crystal structure (4,7).
This water intimately resembles the water found in the living system rather
than water that is found in ordinary mineral or tap water. These special
minerals are the source of many of the unusual water properties described by Dr
Coanda. When we drink ordinary water, we have to convert it into cellular water
before the cells can use it. If we cannot convert tap water into the structure
of cellular water, it passes through our bodies and may leave our cells in a
partially dehydrated state.
The tiny mineral clusters found in Hunza-type water, and duplicated in the
Fanagans' laboratory, create liquid crystal structures that resemble those found
in the living system. These tiny mineral clusters may energize practically all
nutrients with which they come in contact
FUTURE RESEARCH ON THE HYDROGEN
In addition to the presence of special colloidal mineral clusters, Hunza-type
water contains negatively charged hydrogen ions that may be trapped in cage-like
structures. It is only in the last year that the Flanagans have been able to
enhance the negatively charged hydrogen ions in water by millions of times.
Everyone knows that the body needs oxygen in order to live. Recently, much
attention has been focused on oxygen therapies. What many do not know is that we
need hydrogen as much as we need oxygen. Oxygen burns hydrogen in the living
system, releasing the energy that runs our bodies.
Studies have shown that the human body stores hydrogen in its tissues
(12,26). As we age, tissue hydrogen-depletion may lead to many of the symptoms
of the aging process. This may cause subclinical dehydration since it appears
that hydrogen may play a role in hydrating our cells.
Symptoms of hydrogen depletion may include chronic fatigue, depression,
hormone imbalances and indigestion. As our tissues are depleted of hydrogen,
they become stiff and lose flexibility. Dehydrated tendons and muscles tear more
easily, and dehydrated bones become brittle. Loss of lung flexibility leads to
loss of oxygen. By replenishing our hydrogen stores, we may be able to relieve
many of these conditions if they are brought about by hydrogen depletion.
Hydrogen makes up 90 per cent of the matter in the known Universe: helium
makes up 9 per cent. All the other elements in the Universe are found in the
remaining 1 percent. Since hydrogen is so abundant, you would think that we know
all there is to know about it, but we are just now learning about its importance
in the living system.
The word "hydrogen" comes from the Greek language and it means
"water-former". Indeed, we all know that water, the matrix or mother of life, is
made from hydrogen and oxygen. In fact, water is formed when hydrogen is burned
by oxygen. We create pure water every day as a product of our metabolism. When
we burn hydrogen in our cells, the energy that is released is used to run our
The living system contains numerous chemical messengers that carry information
and trigger events in metabolism. New messengers are being discovered all the
time. The most recently discovered chemical messenger is nitric oxide. It is
known as the fifth messenger. What very few people know is that hydrogen is the
final messenger in the living system.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi, the Nobel laureate who discovered vitamin C, found that
the tissues of the animal body store hydrogen in vast quantities (25). Different
organ tissues 'pool' hydrogen in different amounts. For example, he found that
the order of hydrogen-pooling is the following:
Liver> Intestine> Kidney> Heart> Lung > Spleen
Liver tissues store the most hydrogen, while the spleen stores the least.
This is interesting in view of the fact that the liver is the body's first line
of defense and needs a supply of the most antioxidants in order to do its work
Transport of hydrogen may be the missing factor in the search for the cause
of the aging process and the secret to age reversal (22). As we grow older, our
cells become dehydrated and our 'hydrogen pool' becomes depleted. The hydrogen
pool protects our cells from free-radical damage. Virtually all longevity
researchers agree that free radicals are responsible for the aging process.
There has long been an unsolved paradox in medicine, and that is the fact
that oxygen is the source of all life and is also the major cause of aging (5).
A tremendous effort is being extended to find a combination of powerful
antioxidants that may control or reverse cell damage by oxidative free-radicals.
Hydrogen may be the missing half of the life equation. It is hydrogen that
protects our cells from oxidative free-radical damage and provides energy to the
cells when it is burned by oxygen, which is the other half of the equation
The single factor that is common to all antioxidants is that they are sources
of hydrogen. Hydrogen is the ultimate antioxidant. Hydrogen is also the source
of protons for ATP production. (Note: ATP or adenosine triphosphate is a
biochemical energy battery that supplies almost all the energy needs of the
human body (12,13,22). Our purpose of eating food is to ultimately create ATP
which could be called the 'currency of life'.)
Hydrogen is the lightest and smallest element known to science. We now know
that we each use about one-half pound of pure hydrogen every day just for the
production of ATP. We have all heard of the carbon cycle in biology. The carbon
cycle is the process by which plants use sunlight and water to create
carbohydrates and other food stuffs. These are then used as food by animals who
burn the food created by plants. Animals exhale carbon dioxide gas which is then
taken up by plants. The plants then use the carbon to make more carbohydrates,
proteins and lipids (fats) which then serve as animal food (12).
The carbon cycle could actually be renamed the 'hydrogen cycle'. Several
patents have been issued lately that take advantage of the fact that plants are
able to use infrared light from the sun to break down water H20 into hydrogen
and oxygen. The plants exhale oxygen into the atmosphere and add the hydrogen to
carbon in order to make carbohydrates, proteins and lipids. Recently, scientists
have succeeded in intercepting the hydrogen before it is made into food. The gas
thus released can then be used to run cars!
Plants create carbohydrates, proteins and lipids by attaching hydrogen to
carbon atoms like hats on a hat-rack. Carbohydrates contain an equal amount of
carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. We can say that all the foods that nourish us are
primarily sources of hydrogen. We can see that the life cycle is really a
hydrogen cycle. The 'burning of the hydrogen' is a secret of life.
Free hydrogens that are released from the carbohydrates, proteins and lipids are
carried into the mitochondria by a process known as the 'hydrogen shuttle' where
they are used to make ATP In this process, hydrogen is burned by oxygen,
releasing energy. The final product from the burning of hydrogen is water. This
extra water is eliminated from the body and is eventually taken up by plants and
split by photosynthesis to make more carbohydrates, proteins and lipids (12).
While the above biological processes have been overly simplified in an effort
to reveal the basis of the hydrogen cycle, we can see that life energy is
controlled by burning hydrogen.
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi says in his book, The Living State: "Attaching hydrogen
to a molecule means lending energy to it. Since in hydrogen the electron and
proton are loosely coupled, by attaching a hydrogen we essentially attach an
In biological systems, hydrogen and electrons travel together in pairs. When
this combination meets up with a positively charged cell-damaging free radical,
the hydrogen may react with the free radical and neutralize it so that no
further cell damage may occur (22).
It is possible that hydrogen is the ultimate antioxidant. As a result of
their discovery, Patrick and Gael Crystal Flanagan have been consuming large
quantities of negatively charged hydrogen ions every day. Their new transport
system may make hydrogen available to the cells without first having to be
attached to food. These hydrogen ions may act as free-radical scavengers, and
may also be used for the production of ATP.
Since hydrogen bonds are the 'glue' that holds together the molecules in the
DNA double helix, the Flanagans believe these bonds can be activated and
energized. It is well known that as we age, the DNA helix coils tighter and
tighter, loosing flexibility. It has been hypothesized that this contraction of
the DNA coil may reduce the number of times that our cells can divide (22,26).
Presently, our cells can only divide about 50 times before they cease
If we are able to loosen the DNA helix by activating the DNA hydrogen bonds,
it may have a profound effect on our ability to increase the regeneration of our
cells. The DNA helix floats in water and is therefore hydrated. The tightening
of the helix with aging may be a reflection of the loss of the hydrogen pool
with aging. By restoring a plentiful supply of the hydrogen pool, these spirals
may naturally unwind and regain their ability to stimulate cellular reproduction
Authors: Working primarily in the field of bio-physics, Patrick Flanagan began
his life long career as a research scientist at an early age. At 14 he invented
the patented Neurophone which has enabled many deaf people to bear. At 17 he was
recognized by Life Magazine as one of the most important young scientists in
America. As a primarily self-taught student, bypassing his teachers, he chose to
work with prominent scientists as mentors, often as a consultant to the
government, instead of following the traditional academic path to advanced
degrees. In recognition of his more than 200 inventions and the significant
advances in health care made by Patrick and his wife Gael Crystal Flanagan, he
and Gael were granted Medical Degrees by the University Medicina Alternativa
(M.A.) personally presented by the President of Sri Lanka at the World Medical
Congress. The Flanagans consider Microhydrin as their most significant discovery
in a life time of developing life enhancing inventions for mankind. On March 14,
1994, Professor Anton Jayasuriya, Chairperson of the Medicina Alternativa
Institute of Sri Lanka, in a letter to Patrick and Gael Flanagan congratulated
them on their work, which he described as "their great discovery". He said he
had proposed that their research on water be sent to the Nobel Committee in
Dr. Henri Coanda, age 78, "Father of fluid dynamics" and inventor of the
first jet airplane, worked with Patrick Flanagan, age 18, at Huyck Research
Laboratories, Stamford Connecticut, as consultants to the US Government In
addition to his many projects, resulting in over 600 patents, Dr. Coanda,
studied the properties of water consumed by the people of Hunza, to learn the
secret of their longevity and low incidence of disease. He offered to turn over
to Patrick all his findings, which enabled Patrick to continue the search, and
later with Gael, to discover the negatively charged nanocolloids that make Hunza
Modern consumers have become justifiably wary of the
hype and unsubstantiated claims that surround many
"breakthrough" health products. The benefits and
cost-effectiveness of water ionization, however, can be
verified by over one hundred Japanese hospitals and
clinics because of its scientifically documented health
benefits and 3000 restaurants with industrial-sized
alkaline ionizers. Based on scientific studies conducted
at respected universities around the world, drinking
Kangen Water can:
• Enhance delivery of nutrients
• Release excess body fat and stored toxins
• Normalize blood sugar and insulin levels
• Normalize blood pressure
• Support healthy colon function
• Resolve urinary tract infections
• Reduce growth of Candida and fungus
• Reduce chronic pain
• Super Cellular Hydration (Assist the body to rebuild
• Detoxify & Neutralize Acidity (Disease can't exist in
an alkaline body)
• Incredible Anti-Oxidant Source (Reduces the body's
• Powerful Anti-Inflammatory
• It's smooth as silk to drink
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