Combating corona with ionization


Combating corona with ionization.

As a Dutch visual artist and inventor, I was awarded the Royal decoration for “arts and sciences” in 2005 as “Knight in the Order of the Netherlands Lion”. In all my inventions I have successfully strived to focus on a safer and better future for the world (Men … Enviroment …. Future.) I have always tried to solve world problems by ‘out of the box’ thinking. As a result, I have received a lot of international recognition and awards.

I have noticed that, with all due respect, the WHO do not think “out of the box” at all and stick to a vaccine that should free us from this Corona. I am concerned how our medical specialists and authorities think they can fight the corona virus. It is dangerous to remain in this tunnel vision.

In recent months, I have therefore conducted research into the possibility of combating the corona virus with ionization. My research led to the enclosed report and I hope it may contribute to the solution of this worldwide problem.

1. Foreword Ionization or a medical vaccine?

From the creation of the earth, a “vaccine” has been created that makes all viruses in the atmosphere harmless by means of atoms with positive and negative ions. In nature, these are continuously produced to clean our air of all harmful substances such as bacteria and viruses, including the corona virus. With our “high-tech” buildings and homes, however, we have closed ourselves off from the negative ions that are so important to our health. Fresh outdoor air from forests, sea and mountains with many negative ions are lacking in our cities and buildings. We try to imitate these with fans and air conditioners, but this is only the displacement of diseased air. Due to the lack of negative ions in our inner atmosphere, we get sick. We try to make ourselves healthier with all kinds of medicines and vitamins.

It has been known in electronics for centuries that we ourselves can generate negative ions with an ionizer with a high voltage. In the physics lessons at school we already learned to simulate lightning with ionization. There are currently several manufacturers who produce air purifiers with ozone-free ionizers. These devices are for sale for an average home from around 150 euros and for that price not only provide healthy filtered air but also good protection against viruses and bacteria. The air purifiers with ionizer are extremely suitable for protecting indoor areas up to 250m3 against the corona. In most buildings with air conditioning and air ventilation systems, an ionizer can be installed. The rooms are then fully protected against viruses. 1.5 meters, mouth masks and plastic protective plates are then no longer necessary. Schools, restaurants, churches, cafes and offices. In the fall the viruses will strike again and they will no longer see me in a building where there is no ionizer. We are now asked when we want to enter somewhere if we are healthy, but from now on we will have to ask ourselves if it building is corona proof. Only in this way can we efficiently protect the coronavirus. Do not enter an unprotected area!

2. Where are ions and where and how do they arise.

Ions are molecules that have lost or gained at least one electron and are either negatively or positively charged and thus polarized. Relatively many negative ions are found in the mountain air and sea air and in the air after a thunderstorm are created by UV radiation, lightning and fine water droplets that react with the air molecules. Ions always strive for a neutral position. Some are neutralized immediately after emergence and others last longer depending on the circumstances. Ions are able to bind to aerosols – that are solid or liquid substances in gases – as well as to dust particles. These become heavier than the surrounding air and therefore precipitate. Ions also attach themselves to bacteria and germs and render them harmless through electrical charging.

3. What is the effect of ions on humans?

Scientists in biology have been able to show that negative oxygen ions from our respiratory air are essential for metabolism. With the help of oxygen, the body burns food components such as fat, carbohydrates and proteins to carbon dioxide and water. Breathing in ionized air improves the concentration of oxygen in the blood, so that the individual organs function better and the cell metabolism improves. Mind you, oxygen is only biologically active when it is negatively charged.

4. Concentration – Correlation of ions in the outside air.

  • Up to 50 ions / cm3 cause physiological disturbances
  • 1,000-2,000 ions / cm3 minimum required for a healthy environment
  • 5,000-50,000 ions / cm3 improve the body’s own defenses and resistance
  • 50,000-100,000 ions / cm3 kill bacteria and reduce foci of infection
  • 100,000-500,000 ions / cm3 promote the body’s healing process

5. What is the effect of ions in nature?

In the wild, depending on the place, time and weather conditions, a single cm3 contains 0 to 50,000 positive and negative oxygen ions. Since the ratio between positive and negative ions is 1: 1.4, there is a surplus of negative oxygen ions.

Below is an overview of the number of negative ions per cm3 at different places:

  • Waterfall, forest: 50,000 ions / cm3
  • City outskirts, meadow, field: 700-1,500 ions / cm3 Park in city: 400-600 ions / cm
  • Mountains, sea: 5,000 ions / cm3
  • Sidewalk: 100-200 ions / cm3
  • Housing in the city center: 40-50 ions / cm3 Closed office with air conditioning: 0-25 ions / cm3

6. Ionizer in the cooking compartment.

With an ionizer, we can generate an ion process inside, just like outside. The following advantages are when the air is supplied with negative ions: the indoor air becomes cleaner and therefore better for health, the body’s resistance is higher, and bacteria and viruses, such as those of COVID-19, are destroyed. Negative ions are in constant motion. They fly from place to place, distribute their charge and collide at great speed with everything in space.

7. Respiratory system, activation of the cilia

Small hairs in the nose, the back of the oral cavity and in the trachea are supposed to protect us from infections. Each hair grows from a single active cell. Air pollution and a shortage of negative ions ensure that the cilia no longer move and thus become effectively useless.

However, when air with negative ions enters the respiratory tract, the cilia straighten up and move back and forth, like catching arms. They grab and hold the dust particles from the air that are inhaled. The pollutants are transported outside through saliva and exiting moist air.

8. Lungs, mucus solution and cleaning

The positive effect of negative ions on lung function has been conclusively proven. It is easy for negative oxygen ions to reach the alveoli, the alveoli. The negative charge of the oxygen ions stimulates the cleaning power of the lungs. Mucus dissolves and impurities are transferred by free macrophages from the alveoli (alveoli) to the cilia and are eliminated or coughed up through the upper respiratory tract into the esophagus

9. Circulatory system, embolism, thrombosis

The human body has approximately 600 million alveoli with an area of ​​approximately 100 m2. Oxygen is absorbed from the alveoli with the help of the red blood cells (hemoglobin) and reaches the cells through the bloodstream. The blood contains platelets that produce thrombones for the blood to clot. If the platelets are not properly “charged”, they clump together and clog small veins. A negative charge prevents clumping, because they then repel each other. If the charging potential is lacking, there is a risk of thrombosis and embolism.

10. Electric voltage for cells

Every healthy body cell has a cell voltage of -50 to -70 Millivolts. When exhausted, this value drops to 0 Millivolts and can even become positive. Negative oxygen ions allow cells to be “recharged” over and over again. The cells need oxygen for their metabolism, because oxygen breaks down fat and carbohydrates. As a result, carbonic acid leaves the body through the lungs. Newly absorbed negative oxygen enriches the blood and enters the cell. The metabolism is simplified as follows: Carbohydrates from the food and oxygen enter the cell. Both are burned there in which carbon dioxide is exhaled through the lungs via the blood. It is different with cancer cells, for example. These cells lack the combustion of oxygen, causing carbon dioxide to accumulate. In addition, negative oxygen stimulates the production of cytochrome C, an important substance for various processes within the cell itself.

11. Ionized air-in

By using an ionizer it is possible to create a similar dynamic balance between negative and positive ions as in untouched nature. That is why it makes sense to leave an ionizer on continuously in closed rooms. An excess of negative ions is never harmful.

12. Clean air, free from dust and bacteria

The air in homes and offices is full of small suspended particles. These particles include dust and tobacco smoke that are carriers of bacteria, germs and viruses. Negative ions are capable of lumping these particles together into larger particles that are too heavy to float and precipitate. By normal cleaning of the room with a vacuum cleaner or mop / mop, these clumped particles are cleared up.

13. What is the effect of ions in nature?

In the wild, depending on the place, time and weather conditions, a single cm3 contains 0 to 50,000 positive and negative oxygen ions. Since the ratio between positive and negative ions is 1: 1.4, there is a surplus of negative oxygen ions.

14. What are bacteria and viruses?

Bacteria are unicellular organisms. They are everywhere, but they are not visible to the naked eye, the average size of a bacterium is one micrometer, one thousandth of a millimeter. There are good bacteria and bad bacteria. When bad bacteria enter the body they can cause illness. That’s because they make toxic substances. Viruses are even smaller than bacteria. When they enter the body, they can be pathogenic, just like bacteria. Some viruses can make the body so sick that it becomes dangerous. Viruses live and divide in small building blocks of the body called cells. If there are too many viruses in a cell, the cell breaks down. And if too many cells break, people can become ill or even die.

15. What do bacteria do?

They grow and share. The better the conditions are for the bacteria, the faster they grow and divide. Each division means that two new bacteria are formed from one bacterium, each of which also divides itself in two, etc. etc. Under favorable conditions, an Ecoli bacterium can for example divide in 20 minutes. That is, one bacterium will be two bacteria in 20 minutes, 2×2 = 4 in 40 minutes and 4×2 = 8 in an hour. In 24 hours there will be more than 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (1 trillion)!

16. What do viruses do

Every person is constantly in contact with possible pathogens such as viruses. Sometimes the virus enters the body and an infection develops. If the virus spreads further, you can get complaints. The body responds to the intruder with an inflammatory response. The substances released during this process cause symptoms of disease. The symptoms depend on the characteristics of the virus and the body part or organ for which the virus is preferred.

Virus infection (Source: RIVM / Dutch College of General Practitioners.)

Flu and colds are the most common viral infections. Many viral infections are transmitted through hand contact and coughing. The flu and cold viruses are contained in droplets of snot, mucus and saliva. The viruses are spread by talking, coughing or sneezing. This mainly happens in areas where people are close together and where ventilation is poor, for example in a train or bus, a school or daycare center.

(I have not been able to find scientific evidence for the above. However, various scientific studies show that the majority of viruses are transmitted by micro-organisms or aerosols.)

17. Deactivation of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores.

The air-purifying effect of good air purifiers with ionizer deactivate all bacteria, viruses, fungi and spores in the indoor air. This reduces the risk of allergic reactions and the transmission of bacteria and viruses to a minimum.

18. Scientific investigations:

18.a Aerosols and environmental pollution (PUBMED) Publicities 10

January 2007 DOI: 10.0107 / s00114 = 009-0594-x Ian Colbeck, Mihalis Lazarids,

Abstract: The number of publications on atmospheric aerosols has increased dramatically in recent years. This overview, mainly from a European perspective, summarizes the current state of knowledge of the role aerosols play in environmental pollution and also highlights gaps in our current knowledge. Aerosol particles are ubiquitous in the Earth’s atmosphere and are central to many environmental issues; ranging from the planet’s radiation budget to human health. Aerosol size distribution and chemical composition are crucial parameters determining their dynamics in the atmosphere. Sources of aerosols are both anthropogenic and natural, ranging from vehicle emissions to dust resuspension. The environmental concentrations of aerosols have increased in urban areas with lower values ​​in rural locations. A comprehensive understanding of aerosol environmental characteristics requires a combination of measurement and modeling tools. At the national and international level, legislation for environmental aerosols has been put in place to protect human health and the environment.

18.b Ionozing air affects influenza virus infectivity and prevents airborne transmission (PUBMED) Publication 23 May 2015 by Hagbom, M, Nordgren J, Nybom R, Hedlund KO, Wigzell H, Svensson L

.Abstract: Using a modified ionizer we describe effective prevention of airborne influenza A (strain Panama 99) virus infection between animals and virus inactivation (> 97%). Active ionizer prevented 100% (4/4) of the guinea pigs from infection. In addition, the device effectively captured airborne Calici virus, Rotavirus and influenza virus, with recovery rates of up to 21% after 40 minutes in a 19 m room (3). The ionizer generates negative ions, causing particles / aerosol droplets in the air to become negatively charged and to draw them electrostatically to a positively charged collector plate. Captured viruses are then identified by quantitative real-time reverse transcription PCR. The device offers unique capabilities for the quick and easy removal of viruses from the air and offers possibilities to simultaneously identify and prevent the transmission of viruses via the air.)

18.c The RIVM also states in its 2010 Report “Ionizers and health” no. 60933004/2010 by Meer | F. Duijm | .E.F.Hall.

Abstract: art, 2.2. “An ionizer can lead to a reduction in the number of vital micro-organisms in indoor air, especially bacteria and fungi. On the one hand by a decrease in the number, on the other hand by a decrease in the properties of the particles ”. (Note: Microorganisms include all viruses)

18.d Unexplored aspects of unipolar ionizer characteristics in context of indoor air cleaning. PMID: 31037534 Pallavi, Khandare, Manish Joshi, Amrura Nakwa, Arshad Khan, Marian Marian, Balvinder Kaur Sapra.DOI: 10.107 / s11356019015118w

Abstract: Indoor air pollution affects human health through acute and chronic exposure. Traditionally filter systems have been used for cleaning indoor air; problems such as filter life and routine maintenance, however, remain associated with their operation. Ionizers are emerging as a potential candidate for indoor air cleaning. Much of previous studies designed to “project ionizers as air purifiers” have focused on removing particles under different conditions. But indices representing charge effects have not received due attention. This study focuses on the measurement of the spatial profile of ion concentration and aerosol flow around a single ionizer and a circular array of five ionizers. The ion concentration distribution around the system / array was found to be isotropic in the absence of ventilation. Aerosol current values ​​under ionizer operation have been measured for the first time. The results obtained from this work may be important for the design of future ionization systems with improved efficiency.

19. Other experiences

In Wuhan in China zijn er nu ionisatie-machines neergezet in ziekenhuizen. Helaas kunnen we cijfers en onderzoeken daar nog niet echt vertrouwen.

In Japan zijn ionisatie-machines wijdverbreid, ook gewoon bij mensen thuis. Daar zijn de sterftecijfers van Covid-19 extreem laag. .

20. Conclusion.

20.1. Scientific studies thus show that enriching the air with negative ions has a positive effect on humans. A clear increase in resistance, an improvement in the ability to concentrate and an increase in zest for life has been observed.

20.2. Scientific studies also show that viruses mainly spread by aerosols (micro droplets) floating in the air.

20.3. Many scientific studies also show that ionizers in indoor air deactivate and deactivate all (> 97%) viruses within minutes.

21.4. Once infected with a virus, negative ions promote faster healing.

21.5. If you have any comments or more information that can make a further contribution to this study, you are cordially invited. I hope that my study may contribute to more awareness and a new scientific study on Corona control with ionization.

21.6. Study en received information

For this piece I have collected information from various scientific studies in, Wikipedia,,,, Sharp Ionizer press release, WHO, OMT, RIVM and ion experts Ton Rademaker and Eliane Khoury.

Johann H.R. van den Noort, Kampen The Netherlands. October 2020.