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Can Far-UVC light safely kill SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus 2019-nCoV & prevent COVID-19 Disease?

  • Published on Feb 23, 2020
  • A specific electromagnetic frequency spectrum of UV (Ultra-Violet) called Far-UVC light has shown to eradicate airborne viruses and bacteria without penetrating and harming human tissue.
    Narrated by Electric Universe Eyes
    Read the Original Research Paper: www.nature.com/articles/s4159...
    Narrated Article Publication Source Credit: www.eurekalert.org/pub_releas...
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    See the research - bioone.org/journals/radiation...
    Fair use. For educational & awareness purposes only.
    With the spread of this highly contagious virus, I feel it’s worth while to attempt using this technology to disinfect our condensed public areas & homes.
    I’m not trying to fear monger. I grew up a Boy Scout. You should ALWAYS be ready for an emergency of any kind. Stock up on water, food, medicine, protective gear (N95+ masks, gloves, eye wear), filtration, cleaning, & disinfectant supplies, etc.
    Accept that people you love may fall ill.
    Protect yourself from getting sick by consistently washing hands, avoid touching public surfaces, do not touch your face, do not hang around or come in contact with “sick” people. A cough, a sneeze, a touch... it’s all it takes and those spreading it might not even be showing signs yet.
    Boost your immune system! Stop drinking alcohol and sugars! Stop smoking! Take vitamins. Raise your alkaline levels. Exercise! Just breath... it’s going to be ok. I may invest in a Far-UVC Light and give it a try... maybe you should too.
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  • Electric Universe Eyes
    Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago +2

    See the research - bioone.org/journals/radiation-research/volume-187/issue-4/RR0010CC.1/Germicidal-Efficacy-and-Mammalian-Skin-Safety-of-222-nm-UV/10.1667/RR0010CC.1.full

  • Gary Ha
    Gary Ha 2 years ago +13

    If someone would like to build something for themselves to help with protection along this line, I'll offer a few of my thoughts since I used to build ozone generators.
    My preference would be to go with UV that generates ozone since the molecules can be like workers to move under and into nooks and crannies, areas shaded from the light, if ozone also kills the coronavirus, and it sounds like it does.
    "A shortwave, low pressure UV lamp can be used for this purpose. These lamps will produce UV light with two peaks in the UV light band, one at 254 nm, and another at 185 nm."
    Ozone lamps vary in price a lot. Note the fluorescent GPH212T5VH/4 look like they are being discontinued.
    There are two cautions to keep in mind:
    UV directly regarding the eyes,
    and ozone (O3) vis-a-vis the lungs.
    UV: Once I was working in a cramped area of my boat when an ozone generator tripped on because I had it on a timer at that time. It's great for preventing mold, mildew etc in a potentially damp environment like a boat. But my eyes were exposed to ultraviolet light for maybe 8 minutes as I finished what I was doing. Even reflected light. And that was enough, I wound up at the hospital for a pain shot in the bum as my eyes felt like they were full of pins jabbing them. Other than that, apparently no long-term harm done.
    O3: I could tolerate breathing ozone fairly well, however too much concentration for too long and it would definitely produce some uncomfortableness in the lungs, nasal passages, etc. It's just three oxygen atoms with one hanging on loosely to the other two, but enough of that can have an effect on us.
    Note that UV from ultraviolet light primarily makes ozone while not messing with the nitrogen in the air. Electrical discharge is another method of making ozone but the unhealthy way as it can rip apart nitrogen pairs too. Then the result is that these free atoms of oxygen and nitrogen combine in strings, nitrogen oxides of varying lengths. And when those combine with moisture, like in one's lungs, nitric acid is formed. That's what I have read. I knew a guy who had an electrical unit running in his home 24/7 for generating ozone, as he thought it was a cure-all, and his sister told me the coroner said his lungs looked black as if they were cancerous. Dead. He might have been ok if he had used UV light for generating the ozone instead. Again, the UV-only route doesn't have that problem.
    I see this as very similar to a cooking stove. It can burn someone badly. Does that mean we should not use them? No, just make sure everyone keeps their hands away. UV light and ozone can harm us. Does that mean we should not use them? No, just be smart about it, shield the eyes and if you're smelling ozone, no need to run for your life, you're fine, just keep it short term.
    Ok with those cautions in place, a simple ozone generator is fairly easy to make. I'd use a timer, and for example run it in my car after coming home from work, for maybe 30 minutes, using an extension cord. And a good idea to run the heater fan to circulate through those ducts too at some point. I don't want to raise fears. But hitting the car couldn't hurt if one wants to be real thorough.
    Ozone has a "half life", of 20 minutes, and all that means is that after 20 minutes about half of the O3 molecules will have reverted back to O2. Then another half after another 20 minutes. Figure after a few hours there will no longer be any smell of ozone in the car. Ozone can be present at a level below what we can detect with our noses however I don't consider that very low level to be potentially harmful at all.
    If I will be away from home for sure, I have an ozone generator connected to a countdown timer, I just turn that to max 1 hour sometimes on the way out, and when I return, everything smells nice and fresh and there is no ozone smell if I've been away for awhile. I kind of like the smell of ozone by the way. Anyway it's a pretty good system that I like a lot. There's a fan that moves air, naturally.
    Of course, there can be a business opportunity in it perhaps for someone with enough zeal to want to make and/or provide those to people who want to have additional protection from coronavirus. It sounds from this article the article above that UV works, it would be important to also find out whether O3 kills the virus. I haven't verified it for sure. One page claims "There are more than 17 scientific studies that show Ozone gas is able to destroy the SARS coronavirus."
    One person mentioned their kids. Yeah I can tell you if it were me and I had kids in preschool for example, I would lobby hard to have that location treated by one of these machines for an hour each night on a timer and with a fan to circulate the air everywhere. The problem you'll run into is that people have been brainwashed to think ozone is a toxic poison out to kill you like in smog. It's just oxygen, it's our friend. I've never learned very well how to change someone's mind once they are set, maybe you can.

    • Death Valley Dazed
      Death Valley Dazed 2 years ago

      Michael Johnson - This is good news. Do you have a website yet or selling through Amazon?

    • Artemio Muñiz Jr
      Artemio Muñiz Jr 2 years ago +1

      Gary Hawkins this is my first comment ever on RU-clip. I hope you keep pushing for this.

    • Death Valley Dazed
      Death Valley Dazed 2 years ago

      Wow, your comments are most enlightening. Thank you!

    • Gary Ha
      Gary Ha 2 years ago +2

      You're welcome. I've made an edit above, the 'L' in GPH212T5L/4 meant 'Low' I think, while GPH212T5VH/4 is 'Very High' [output] but it doesn't matter with those because it looks like they are being discontinued. A search like this will find bulbs like Electric Universe Eyes has: BOAITE UV Germicidal Lamp UVC with Ozone 25w 110v ... and then there are E26 and E27, that's the light socket, 'E' for Edison, 26 or 27 millimeters. At his video on that, it seems fairly powerful: ru-clip.com/video/gCiVgN2WOxc/video.html
      At NIH .gov one can read about a woman who died from drinking too much water, and there are others who are said to have been drinking too much water and died. It doesn't mean we should fear being rained on or avoid water. Likewise, too much of anything is bad for us, and that anything does also include ozone of course, the nice thing about it is one receives a notice from the body when it's too much, via some discomfort at first and on ignoring that, eventually pain. I tested that back in the 90's personally and even when there was pain in the chest from breathing too much ozone for too long, removing myself from that room solved it and back to normal soon enough.
      It would be interesting from these bulbs to measure how much they also inadvertently break apart N2 in the air, not just O2. I imagine the level is incredibly tiny if at all, but would be good to know in case anyone has heard or can think of a way to measure that.

    • Michael Johnson
      Michael Johnson 2 years ago +2

      I am starting a company using lights specifically operating in the 257 nm range. These lights already filter out the 185nm ozone creating light and I will be using band pass filters to achieve a direct 220 nm wavelength which is harmless to both the eyes and skin of people. Thank you for all of your input on the post.

  • runs naked through the forest

    love your additional info! only thing i would ad is the advice of permaculture/foodforest if you have space for it, organic veggies (not commercial eco brands) are way higher in mineral and vitamin content and knowing how to grow food even on a small scale can be very useful.. with techniques like compost-tea its easy to have big crops..

  • Death Valley Dazed
    Death Valley Dazed 2 years ago +1

    Very pertinent material. I’m learning so much from your channel and research. Thank you.

  • NeNee57
    NeNee57 2 years ago +3

    thanks for sharing...good info!

  • Dbl nkl dan
    Dbl nkl dan 2 years ago +2

    That's a great idea, thanks for sharing.

  • fsilber
    fsilber 2 years ago +1

    So does it work or doesn't it work? Why have I seen so little about this?

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago

      My guess is two-fold... the bulbs are not mass produced, so they are very expensive... and if people don't get sick, doctors don't get paid. My full range UVC bulb sure works, but it's unsafe like the 222 nm bulb. I'd like to get one soon!

  • Universum
    Universum 2 years ago +1

    3:10 222nm ?? Isn't that UV-c? Far UV is 200-122nm
    Hmm... Typo in the report maybe?
    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ultraviolet (see subtypes)

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago

      Universum You are correct. FUV & UVC overlap in their ranges. They call it “Far-UVC”... regardless of the terminology, 222 nm and other similar frequencies (221/223) have been kV tested and proven to eradicate viruses and bacteria.

  • Electric Universe Eyes

    Regular UVC - ru-clip.com/video/7lzq6LuVWH0/video.html

  • Ron Mignery
    Ron Mignery 2 years ago +1

    Support the research: crowdfund.columbia.edu/pages/cuimc-research#auto_load_category=Research

  • wegder
    wegder 2 years ago +1

    Can we miniaturize this so that it can be injected into the circulatory system, like trump was talking about?

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago

      Look up Infusion Ozone Therapy... it exists and works! IV Infusion Ozone Therapy is achieved through the process known as autohemotherapy to increase oxygen in the body. In essence, a specialist draws blood from the patient, exposes it to ozone, and re-injects it into the blood through IV infusion.

    • Ken ded
      Ken ded 2 years ago +1

      No need, I've shove a lamp up my ass and it works like a charm. Trump is a genius, Just a step above his uncle from MIT.

  • Ben Winter
    Ben Winter 2 years ago +2

    Yep . . buy shares in UVC lighting manufacturers

  • Renegade
    Renegade 2 years ago +2

    Just got a letter , its possibly in my kids High School

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago +2

      I found the pink 3M replacement cartridges I spoke of earlier on sale for $26.60! I'm going to order some... my old filters are full of experiment gunk anyway - www.amazon.com/3M-Cartridge-60926-Respiratory-Protection/dp/B009POHLRC/ref=pd_rhf_schuc_s_rtpb_1_7/145-5090050-0374364?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B009POHLRC&pd_rd_r=c760c0c0-cca0-4db2-b94b-8ef251a39729&pd_rd_w=EjI2c&pd_rd_wg=4F77k&pf_rd_p=71f9e9fe-665f-4e25-b928-9ddcd865b055&pf_rd_r=6QPJT3FK7C3J33BZT9EF&psc=1&refRID=6QPJT3FK7C3J33BZT9EF

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago +2

      Renegade I use the 3M when I do experiments with harsh materials. They also make a pink high density replacement filter.. it’s $50 for a pair... yikes! But if that will save lives... it’s worth it

    • Electric Universe Eyes
      Electric Universe Eyes  2 years ago +3

      Renegade Yes... and ears, directly into your sinus cavity

    • Renegade
      Renegade 2 years ago +2

      @Electric Universe Eyes , ru-clip.com/video/ZSgCwyCB2Y4/video.html

    • Renegade
      Renegade 2 years ago +3

      @Electric Universe Eyes , yes , me too, Painters or Sandblasters mask with proper Biological filters is the best bet, dont wait , those shitty masks dont work, and it appears as though it is transmissible through the eyes

  • Plautus Satire
    Plautus Satire 2 years ago +1

    Or we could just ignore it and it'll go away