Consider Cymatics, a slowed down analogy of what all mater is doing—vibrating. Landmark research by W. Ran & S. Fredericks (Clemson University, Department of Mechanical Engineering) . “Shape oscillation of a levitated drop in an acoustic ﬁeld” __ 
Excellent description of normal water in a living being. —— Not.
First of all, we are not composed of “drops”, which are quanta of( for example) water that are dropped( through f.x. a pipette-like instrument) from an height inducing “gravity” to then round them out – just like how bullet ball shot is(/was) made.
Second, how does a flattened disk of water indicate ANYTHING about the reality of living water??
Stuff does vibrate; just NOT like how we have been told.
Dollard et.al. have made some strides in this area.