Is it possible that regular old H2O can be affected by things like music or even thoughts? Masaru Emoto, born in Japan in 1943, has conducted many experiments on water and he believes the answer is a resounding "yes." While skeptics continue to believe that Emoto's work constitutes pseudoscience, the visual results of ice crystals tell a much different story. For example, when water was exposed to thoughts of love, gratitude and ideas such as eternity, the crystals were formed with beautiful symmetrical and geometric patterns. Likewise, when the water was exposed to classical music, the resulting ice crystals were similar. On the other hand, when the water was exposed to feelings of hatred and heavy metal rock music, the ice crystals lost their beauty and became chaotic, irregular and spikey.