The Art and Science of Vortex Motion: A Study of Water Circulation
This article discusses the impact of vortex motion on water, including the introduction of subtle energies, reduction of friction, smaller cluster sizes, increased oxygen availability, improved uptake, and infiltration. Laminar flows are a key component in vortexing, where fluid particles move in parallel layers with no disruption or mixing between the layers, creating a smooth and predictable flow. The formation of laminar flows is dependent on fluid viscosity, rate of rotation, and radius of the vortex. The vortexing of water leads to several benefits, including reduction in friction, smaller cluster sizes, increased oxygen availability, improved uptake, and better infiltration.Read more
The Traveler Redux!
Vortexing your beverage with the Traveler improves the motion dynamics of everything in your beverage, which makes it more penetrating, which, as an example, stimulates more taste receptors.Read more
Vortex Generators and Algae
Color it Gone! We are sometimes asked whether, or to what extent vortex generators can affect algae in water, and if so, then how. In order to answer that question,...Read more
Vortex Generators and Oxygen Species
It goes without saying… well, it virtually goes without saying that oxygen is a key factor in both the existence, and the quality of life, be it human, animal, plant, or soil....Read more