> This is like Quatum phy. in that the oberver effects the
> outcome of the experiment...
And so the academic discussions in the sixties and seventies of the last century came to the conclusion that "objective proof" as demanded by official scientific standards is out of the question for human beings as they are functionning right now (meaning that the level of consciousness is not suited for objective reasoning).
So they invented something called "intersubjectivity", which is closer to the truth: if the majority of the believers (as participants of that particular powerstructure) decided the assumptions to be right, than they were accepted as being right.
Which led me to observe the similarities between science and (organized) religion.
I often wondered when this kind of reasoning would finally break through and humanity would take the consequences of this truth.
I apologize for putting this up right in the middle of your water molecules, I just couldn't resist the opportunity.
So about molecules:
I remember having read about molecules having their own memory-structures as an explanation for people's ability to tell e.g. about the owner of a lost item by tapping in to the memory of the molecules of the item.
So yes, I think it could be quiet normal for water molecules, not only to have a memory, but also be able to reflect the vibrations send to them.