Month: November 2020

bringing ideas to life

Copper kills corona viruses and bacteria but health experts are not informed

In 1832, 1849, and 1852, 200 employees from a copper smelter in Paris were unaffected by the cholera outbreaks, and this caught the attention of physician Victor Burq. 500 employees, who worked in the same area, were also spared from the cholera outbreak. This made Burq conclude that copper had given these people some kind…
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Killing viruses with photacatalysis

A simple technique to make a common killing virus material significantly more effective is a breakthrough from the Rice University labs of Andrew Barron and Qilin Li who have taken nano particles that everyone’s been using for years and improved its performance without any real cost, said Barron, Rice’s Charles W. Duncan Jr.-Welch Professor of…
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Research Shows the impact of Copper on Viruses and Bacteria

In the video below, Professor Bill Keevel, director of environmental health care and microbiologist at the University of South Hampton demonstrates how the MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) virus which is most resistant to antibiotics, dies within minutes of coming into contact with copper. In this lab test we can clearly see how viruses and bacteria…
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Air circulation is non stop in any room

So long as there’s no vacuum (such as conditions in space with zero gravity), air is constantly in circulation, either in a controlled form when turning on a fan or heater or even when using a cooker or washer dryer, or uncontrolled, by way of natural air flow such as opening a window or movement…
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