large number of thermodynamic and transport measurements were conducted on
‘extremely diluted solutions’ (EDS). The physico-chemical results
presented here allow us to hypothesize that the process of iterated dilutions
and succussions is capable of modifying in a permanent way the features of
water. A really intriguing phenomenon was the evolution of two physico-chemical
properties with time. The calorimetric and conductometric measures were carried
out as a function of the age of the samples. We found a good linear correlation
between these two independent parameters, also as a function of time. A careful
study of the phenomenon puts in evidence that these solutions are characterised
by multiple independent variables. The EDS behave as complex systems, influenced
by peculiar aspects of the preparation technique and also by the storage conditions.
The EDS are far-from-equilibrium systems, capable of auto-organising themselves
as a consequence of little perturbations.