It took three months to play out, but the results were remarkable.
Four identical glass jars containing identical cooked rice from the same box. Add the face of four presidential hopefuls – Trump, Clinton, Sanders, and Cruz – then lay them aside for a while to see what happens.
For years, Dr. Masaru Emoto of Japan studied the effects of human consciousness on water. He discovered, for instance, that water loves Sarah Brightman, but dislikes heavy metal music. He also played around with taping positive and negative words to jars of rice. In the positive jars, the rice stayed white and fluffy, in the negative jars it turned yellow and even black.
But what would happen if, instead of words, you taped the faces of four presidential candidates? Would the rice know which ones had good intentions and which, if any, were evil? That was the point of the 2016 Presidential Rice Experiment, and the result will blow your mind.
Here’s a short video documenting the experiment. If you enjoy it, or think this information should be known more widely, then please share it on Facebook, Twitter, and elsewhere.