It follows that the ordering of water through coherent domains yields sufficient structure for truly significant memory capacity. This view receives support from statistical thermodynamics and information theory. It is seen that ordered water domain polarized string bundles affect ionic motion and this can act as switches in networks of nerve cells. Many of these actions should be measurable by employing magnetic resonance imaging techniques.
However, what are the consequences for homeopathy in all this? In homeopathic remedies, the concentrations of various substances are reduced dramatically, to the extent that most practicing chemists would claim it impossible to find any residual effect. What is forgotten in the assessment is the possibility of dynamic effects having a part to play and this is well illustrated by the case of a magnetic recording tape. In the investigation  being reviewed here, it was found that, using electromagnetic theory, the existence of electromagnetic domains in water was confirmed. These are actually small ferro-electric structures within which electric fields are trapped. Hence, water is ferro-electric and it is this which is fundamentally responsible for many intriguing properties of water, including its memory.
It has to be recognised that creating a firm scientific basis for homeopathy which would satisfy the critics and sceptics would be a huge task involving a detailed literature search before laying down new theoretical foundations. However, it does seem that the work discussed here offers a good starting point and, if so, a research project based on the published writings of such as Benveniste and Widom could eventually benefit homeopathy itself as well as a great many individual people.