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Jacques Benveniste, the French immunologist who claimed that water has a memory that could justify homoeopathy, died aged 69 in October 2004 after heart surgery. Benveniste claimed that by using 'digital biology' it was possible to extract 'the memory of water', store it in an electronic form, and then transmit it to other places where it could be installed in different water. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (January 2006)