Shine a Light on the Bird Flu virus!

A battery-operated “Nano-UV Portable Disinfection Light” has been developed by a Hong Kong company, says the Manchester Evening News.

It looks like a mobile phone, but flips open to reveal an ultraviolet lamp. Those behind the product say it is certified to kill 99.99% of the potentially deadly H5N1 strain of avian flu in five seconds, and harmful bacteria, such as MRSA, E.cColi and salmonella, in 10 seconds.

By using “multi-wavelength” UV technology, combining UVA, UVB and UVC rays, manufacturers say the light is more effective than standard UV disinfection products at killing the DNA of viruses, bacteria and fungi.

The light has a sterilising effect when passed over objects like baby’s dummies, nappy changing tables, cutlery, toilet seats and towels.

A Glasgow-based firm, is now in the process of securing a big-name distributor for the product in the UK. The company said the battery-operated light, developed by Corva Technology Ltd, has been rigorously tested and can be used to sterilise any surface except the skin. It also has a built-in safety device to ensure each use only lasts 10 seconds.

Microbiology expert, Professor Hugh Pennington said that the UV technology is well known for its germ-killing properties and has a place alongside other good hygiene practices, such as hand-washing.

“UV light does destroy bugs, there’s no doubt about that,” the emeritus professor of bacteriology at Aberdeen University said. “We have known that for a long, long time, so it has a place, but only alongside all these other things that are more traditional in some ways.”


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  1. The medical research Partnership I am associated with provided virologists (several months ago) with ‘advanced scientific knowledge’ indicating the H5N1 virus was almost certainly of similar abnormal ‘characteristic’ to that of the AIDS virus. [Atoms vibrate due to the back and forth motion of electrical energy within a standing wave.] The atoms forming the virus have an electrical ‘field energy’ speed which is less than normal i.e. less than the norm for electrical energy (which is the speed of light c).

    We indicated further to the establishment, that when photodynamic therapy (used in the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancer) has been used to treat MRSA, the abnormal bacteria were killed.

    Energy used appropriately to treat abnormal radiosensitive cells, proteins, bacteria and viruses, elevates the abnormal electrical ‘field energy’ of the atoms to normal. The DNA is then able to decode the agent as foreign and mark the agent for destruction by the immune system. [The treatment of ordinary bacteria also draws benefit from irradiation by UVA, UVB abd UVC rays.]

    NOBODY HAS BEEN LISTENING. Millions of patients die each year due to the influence of vested interests and the insensitive use of protocol which inhibits examination of a ‘significant’ advance in scientific knowledge via peer review. The safe use of high frequency energy in a number of appropriate forms, has been shown to be remedial in the treatment of a number of serious health problems.

    For some time ity has been medically proven that most cancers can be treated with success rates of up to 95%. There has been a successful AIDS clinical trial, knowledge of which has been suppressed. Motor Neurone Disease has been treated with positive results. There is medical evidence that Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinsons’ disease will also benefit from the same field of scientific knowledge. The establishment acting as an Authority, have been successful only in closing doors and not listening.

    Robert Wood-Smith. Senior Partner.

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