While vaccine makers and drug companies are rushing to bring medical interventions to the market that might address the Ebola pandemic, there’s already a technology available right now that can kill Ebola in just two minutes in hospitals, quarantine centers, commercial offices and even public schools.
“It’s called the Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot, and it was invented by a team of Texas doctors whose company is based on San Antonio.
(NaturalNews). The Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot uses pulsed xenon-generated UV light to achieve what the company calls “the advanced environmental cleaning of health care facilities.”
Because ultraviolet light destroys the integrity of the RNA that viruses are made of, it renders viruses “dead.” (Viruses aren’t really alive in the first place, technically speaking, so the correct term is “nonviable.”)
Ebola, just like most other viruses, are quickly destroyed by UV light. That’s why Ebola likes to spread in dark places where sunlight doesn’t reach. (Think of Ebola as a “vampire” virus that feeds off human blood but shuns sunlight…) The Xenex robot destroys Ebola on surfaces in just two minutes, zapping them with a specific wavelength of UV light at concentrations that are 25,000 times higher than natural sunlight.”
Over the years, I have personally researched the effects of ultraviolet light in terms of flu-like diseases, but it makes sense it would destroy other types of viruses, even virulent viruses, like Ebola.
Most survivalists know that if you place a bottle of water (of course, it will not filter for sand or dirt, that requires a filtration system) for two hours in sunlight, it will kill dangerous pathogens, thus making the water potable or safe to drink. Sunlight is a purifier.
Another area of research that perhaps the CDC has not pursued, in relation to Ebola, is pathogens found in foods, like Salmonella, Campylobacter (which looks eerily like Ebola, microscopically), and Staphylococcus.
If Ebola survives in fluids, which officials continue to deny, (it is strongly suspected that Ebola is transmitted through air borne vapors, like a sneeze or normal breathing), then we might get some clues as to how this transmission works and how we can defeat Ebola by studying the similarities of both transmissions, that is, liquid and airborne.
The question then becomes how can we protect against these avenues of transmission? We know that a prevention strategy is to throughly cook foods to kill the bacteria (for you naturualist, it means less nutrients and more “well done.”) That is why Salmonella is often transmitted in raw foods like Suchi. Besides the Fukishima radiation contamination of fish coming from the Pacific Ocean, you now have Ebola with which to contend,
Think about it, who is responsible for these catastrophic conditions?
As a citizen solution to the problem of Eblola transmission, which the U.S. does not seem to able to deal with, you can buy small UV lights for a room or smaller emitters that you can wear around your neck to protect the one individual, like you or you family. The medical community must start to think outside box – no, outside the cage of traditional thinking in order to deal with the challenges that Ebola presents. Amen.