Michael A. Persinger, Quantitative Convergence between Physical-Chemical Constants of the Proton and the Properties of Water: Implications for Sequestered Magnetic Fields and a Universal Quantity, ILCPA Volume 21, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 21)
    The ratio of the magnetic moment and charge of a proton when multiplied by the viscosity of water results in forces that when applied over the distance of O-H bonds provides quantum increments in the order of 10<sup>-20</sup> J. Precise coefficients of this order of magnitude are consistent with the mechanisms associated with proton (H<sup>+</sup>) mobility and duration of the hydronium atom. When applied to aggregate properties of water that involve exclusion zones defined by boundaries containing marked proton density and coherent domains within which specific patterns of applied magnetic fields can be contained for protracted periods, these intrinsic properties suggest that the major features of the cell plasma membrane and living systems can be accommodated by proton movements within water. Water exposed in the dark to weak magnetic fields displayed a ~10 nm shift in peak wavelength as measured by a fluorescence spectrophotometer. Given the persistent emergence of 10<sup>-20</sup> J as a functional unit of energy across the universe, the physical significance of the interaction between weak, temporally patterned magnetic fields and the organization of water within astronomical and abiogenic contexts may have been underestimated.
    10<sup>-20</sup> J, Aggregate Water Properties, Cosmological Parameters, Hydronium Ion, Magnetic Fields, Proton Magnetic Moment, Spectrophotometry