“A sumptuous collection of treasures…from the basics of matter itself to the social and spiritual aspects of this substance, which touches our lives so much and is still not really understood.”
—Dr. B. Kröplin and Regine C. Henschel, “World in a Drop”, Germany
Dr, Bernd Kröplin was professor and director of the Institute for Statics and Dynamics of Aerospace Constructions at the University of Stuttgart from 1988 to 2010. He and his team designed and built the first solar-powered airship in the world: “Lotte”. In 1999, he was awarded the European Science Prize for his idea of the high altitude platform for telecommunications. The research in bio-resonance lead Prof. Kröplin to the study of water, as the basic element in the body and the one responsible for transporting much of the information through the different parts of the body at nano, micro and macro levels. For the past 15 years, he and his staff have been doing research on the information transfer in water. His book “World in a Drop” (Welt im Tropfen) explores the concept of memory and how consciousness may affect water.