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CAN OZONE KILL THE H5N1 VIRUS?

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    Posted: March 06 2006 at 7:28pm
There are various sectors that say ozone can kill the influenza A or H5N1 virus and others that it does not.

Is there any scientific proven proof that ozone can kill the virus?

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yes it does
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If it does, why don't they give it to people who have H5N1?
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In large quantities O3 is toxic to humans.

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ozone can kill outside the body .

inside it can kill us,it can be a very nice way to disinfect the outside,rooms places.etc.........

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Ozone does not exist for more than a few milliseconds ion the atmosphere.
It is unstable molecule. Dont think it is practical and yes it is poisonous and
also explosive.
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http://www.ozone.enaly.com/index.htm

Cheap ozone generator and it lasts more than a few seconds in the air.  I plan on using ozone to recycle masks if needed.

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Well go ahead and buy one sucker. It's a con and you just fall for it. Nowhere
will the company guarentee the level of o3 and anyway how are you going to
know it's generating o3?

Try Hydrogen Peroxide its stable easily stored and works a treat.
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Already have one and it's output has been tested, right on the manufactures spec., I don't recommend things lightly!  Ozone may be one of the few safe ways to extent the life of masks, but then no self respecting virus would attack you with such an evil disposition as you display, so you're undoubtedly safe, even without any meds or HP.

 

Stick it in your bloody ear!

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Originally posted by virusil virusil wrote:

ozone can kill outside the body .

inside it can kill us,it can be a very nice way to disinfect the outside,rooms places.etc.........



It can have some unfortunate effects on petroleum products to - latex, rubber, and perhaps the elastic that masks use to hold the mask to the face.  It tends to make them brittle or crumble.
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the sunlight do have the same effect as welldont you agree hangglider.........,so following your post,people must not get out on a sunny day............................with a mask...........hummmmmmmmm 
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Ozone

for what its worth I use homeopathic Ozone a lot. I use it for low blood oxygen symptoms.

Theoretically adding to water should purify it.

Dont jump on me please. You have just given me an idea as to how to purify my well water if the BF hits

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U.S. trucking group launches avian flu task force
07 Mar 2006 17:18:27 GMT
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CHICAGO, March 7 (Reuters) - The national U.S. trade association for trucking companies said on Tuesday that it has formed a task force to prepare the industry for a possible influenza pandemic.

The American Trucking Associations said the task force has been mobilized to prepare industry scenarios and monitor planning initiatives by businesses and on the federal, state and local levels of government.

Experts predict widespread disruption if H5N1 avian influenza crosses over into humans and causes a pandemic. The virus is affecting birds in more than 30 countries and is spreading steadily westward into Europe and Africa since it re-emerged in east Asia in 2003.

The virus only rarely infects people now and has infected 175, killing 95 of them in seven countries.

It has not yet been found in North or South America but government officials say it is only a matter of time before the virus starts infecting birds in the Americas.

Federal officials have urged business and industry to prepare for a pandemic. One fear is that the supply chain could fall apart if truckers become ill or refuse to go to work for fear of being infected.

Task force Executive Director Fletcher Hall said in a statement that the group will focus on "issues as they relate to trucking in general and the movement of agricultural and food products by truck in particular."

The ATA is a federation of affiliated trucking associations that represents more than 37,000 motor carrier members.

Task force members will include Cliff Hicklin of Seaford, Delaware-based Allen Family Foods, Bob Chit of Foster Farms in Livingstone, California, Ralph Michelson of Gold 'N Plump Poultry in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota and others.
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Originally posted by virusil virusil wrote:

the sunlight do have the same effect as welldont you agree hangglider.........,so following your post,people must not get out on a sunny day............................with a mask...........hummmmmmmmm 


Yep - sunlight (specifically UV) can degrade rubber, latex, and a lot of other things (like the sail cloth on a hangglider).  I'm not sure how UV damage compares to O3 damage though.

Anyone who has found a rubberband laying outside knows what the UV does to it.

Cheers!

(BTW - your english is pretty good!!)

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Thank you for all your input.

What if I go 6-7 ppm of ozone and with a machine that can dispense ozonated water. Portable. With 6-7 ppm, it will kill the virus.

What do you think?

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What about the ozone producing air cleaners like cleanair.com or alpine systems?
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