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Please read my previous post to Abe. It will help make sense of this one.

You're right that water itself doesn't have "polarity," although water molecules surely do. With all affection and respect (and I have quite a bit of both for you), I don't know what the rest of the statement means.

If you're saying heating water in a microwave doesn't alter the nature of the water as opposed to heating it in some other way, you're right.

If you're saying water molecules don't ionize easily, and consequently the atomic components are less available for "chemical reactions," than they might be from other molecules, you're right. But I don't get the point. Unless you're saying the article Abe linked to is full of BS. Is that it? If so, you're very right.

If you're saying something else -- I'm lost.

Stay cynical,