The Sun produces a killer EMF

Killer Sun EMF

The Sun produces a killer EMF with ultraviolet light. Most of it is very beneficial to us as we have evolved on this planet with our Sun.  Unlike our toxic levels of EMF from wireless technology that have a biological effect and require shielding and mitigation. The Sun is a great resource when it comes to killing bacteria and viruses on fabrics. The Sun will have an effect on any virus, but with the COVID 19 virus the only sure thing is bleach and isopropyl alcohol.

What we know

Scientists have known for over 100 years that sunlight does a pretty darn great job if given a good length time being directly exposed. We understand that the light emitted by the sun can be helpful at killing germs. Just how effective? Think about killing over 99percent of germs? Now that’s effective! It is called UVGI (Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation)

In fact, manufacturers have built special ultraviolet lamps for use in certain types of industries where it’s important to be able to kill nearly all germs. Such industries include sewage treatment plants and hospitals.
To kill germs, a very specific wavelength of ultraviolet light — 254 nanometers — is necessary.  The Sun does a great job at producing this form of EMF. The industry sticks to wavelengths between 200 and 400 nanometers, and that tends to do a great job.

How does this special ultraviolet light kill germs? It does so by causing mutations in the DNA of germs like bacteria and viruses. While these germs may well not be killed straight away, it weakens them and keeps them from reproducing or surviving for long.

Unfortunately, ultraviolet light can only kill germs it contacts directly; if germs find hiding places, such as shaded cracks, they can remain safe from the Sun’s ultraviolet rays.

On a side note, cell phones and wireless technology are causing very negative effects on our biology as we have not evolved to absorb this new type of EMF. Very different from the millennia we have spent evolving to our Sun.

What to do

Bedding, pillows and mattresses leave in the sun for 30 minutes to an hour to kill off bacteria and viruses. Make sure all surfaces get their time in the sun. Wet clothes you need to leave in the sun until they dry completely.
Water needs 6 hours in a glass container.

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