I really didn't know what to call this thread. I found this very interesting link on water treated with some sort of vibration technology which I don't really understand. It claims to be able to increase the amount of water getting inside the cells, thus better able to flush out toxins, hydrate etc. It has been through all kinds of tests which supposedly prove it works. But does it really? Dehydration is a problem for me and I am always thirsty no matter how much I drink or what. And we could use more oxygen getting into our blood stream and cells. Would those of you who actually understand science be interested in taking a look at some of the so-called research and let me know if you think this could possibly have some merit or is just a load of crap. Here is a link for a site selling bottles of the water, called Plato H2O Here is a link for a site selling a machine to produce your own water M water technology. There are 2 names that come up in association with this but I have never heard of either one -- Dr. David Wheeler (Chiropractor) the inventor and Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt MD (no idea what his connection is or if he has one). They are both rather large sites with lots of info. Thanks.