Thats the mission of something called the Genesis Experiment, which involves trying to see what will happen to a vial of water if internet junkies stare at it online for a whole month.
Project spokesman Joshua P. Warren believes that basic life forms are nothing more than congealed bits of thought so he wants to see what happens if millions of net nerds focus their thoughts on a photograph of his H2O vial.
Warren says the experiment expresses a lifelong interest in the mind-body connection and at what point the two intersect.
The water will be available for lookie-loos to stare at until March 10. After that, a certified biologist will examine it for signs of cell life.
Regardless of what happens, Warren thinks the experiment will tell us more about the energy of our mental thoughts, even after we die.
To stare at the water on streaming video, log on to lemurteam.com.
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