By Gary Wade, Physicist (3/29/13)


Experimental/Anecdotal Evidence


     Empirically and experimentally, it has been found possible to stop some types of herpes virus recurring infection outbreaks by an ozone tenting protocol as follows:  While sitting on a stool, use a large heavy blanket or quilt to form a “tent” around the whole body while nude.  Make sure there is plenty of air space all around the “tented” body with only the head outside the “tent.”  An industrial strength, relatively high volume ozonated air supply is pumped into the “tent” forming a very highly ozonated air volume/cloud around the person.  A fan is used to supply fresh un-ozonated air flow outside the tent from an open window for breathing purposes.  A side door should be open with another fan in it to exhaust ozonated air out of the room.  This tenting treatment lasts for 45 minutes and is done twice a day, six to eight hours apart, for a minimum of three days in a row.  After this treatment, there is often no further herpes outbreaks for years if at all, for these particular herpes virus types,  unless re-infection occurs.  Now how can this result be rationalized or be plausibly explained with some sort of a viable scientific explanation?  For many years now there have been anecdotal stories/evidence of people getting over or getting much better from some condition, be it viral or bacterial in nature, after extensive ozone bagging while in their nature suit.


A Viable Explanation?


     Herpes virus infections are, from a standard allopathic medical point of view, very difficult to nearly impossible for the body to rid itself of.  For example, Herpes 1 (cold sores), Herpes 2 (STD), and Herpes Zoster (chicken pox and the source of shingles) are generally considered non- curable by standard allopathic medicine.  These viruses infect, but do not kill nervous system ganglion cells located between the vertebrae next to the spinal cord (see your favorite anatomy book).  Once infected, these ganglion cells act as the on-going virus source in the body for periodic infection outbreaks on the skin surface, where the axon fibers of these ganglion cells terminate.  This is where the herpes viruses, after taking a couple of days traveling down the axon fiber,  bud off the cell axon membrane and infect local body cells.  When these viruses infect the ganglion cell, the virus genome goes inside the nuclear sack membrane of these ganglion cells, which houses the genetic material of the cell.  Unlike most viruses, these particular types of herpes viruses do not integrate/combine their genetic material with that of the host cell genetic material.  This fact makes it possible to deactivate these particular herpes viruses with specific frequencies/wavelengths of infra-red light emitted by meta-stable oxygen molecules coming from the ozone (O3) decay process, when they go from their excited meta-stable state to the normal oxygen molecule ground state of normal oxygen molecules in normal air.


O3  --------à O2*  +  O ; where O3 is ozone molecule, O2* being a meta-stable oxygen molecule, either in the sigma or delta state, and O is a single oxygen atom.


O2*  -------à  O2  +  -x-x-x-x-x->  ;  where –x-x-x-x-x->  is a infra-red light photon, and  O2 is a oxygen molecule in its ground state.


-x-x-x-x-x->  +  O2  -------à  O2*;  this indicates that the above reaction is reversible.  It is this reversible reaction that is key to being able to deactivate the viruses.


     There are two meta-stable oxygen molecule states (O2*) to consider, they are the sigma-state and the delta-state.  As indicated above, when ozone (O3) decays it breaks apart into a meta-stable oxygen molecule (O2*)  and a single oxygen atom (O).  Both the single oxygen atom and the meta-stable oxygen molecule are chemically reactive.  However, the meta-stable oxygen is much less reactive then the single oxygen atom.   The two types of meta-stable oxygen molecules have half lives, in normal ambient air conditions, of approximately 8 seconds for the sigma state and 45 minutes for the delta state.  What this means is that if you have let us say 10,000 sigma and 10,000 delta meta-stable oxygen molecules at time zero, then 8 seconds later you will have approximately 5,000 meta-stable sigma state oxygen molecules left and 45 minutes later you will have approximately 5,000 delta state oxygen molecules left.


     The two different infrared wavelengths of light emitted by these two different sigma and delta state transitions to the ground state of oxygen are 762 nm and 1269 nm respectively.  These wavelengths of infrared light are at the top of the infrared light band just below the visible range of light band, which has shorter wavelengths.  These two infrared light wavelengths  penetrate fairly well into the human body, much more so than visible light.  As was mentioned above, these two wavelengths of infrared light can be reabsorbed by an oxygen molecule to convert it back into a meta-stable oxygen molecule, which is chemically reactive.


     Oxygen molecules are dissolved in solution in “body juices” and physically absorbed onto membranes and large organic molecules throughout the human body.  For example, there will be oxygen molecules in solution physically near and physically absorbed onto molecules, such as DNA molecules, inside the nuclear sack membrane of the ganglion cells, where the herpes virus DNA will be located in infected cells.  If these oxygen molecules are exposed to the meta-stable oxygen molecule decay infrared light photons there is a significant probability that these oxygen molecules will absorb these light photons and convert into meta-stable, chemically reactive oxygen molecules and do damage to DNA molecules and other molecules.  The human genome is well adapted to deal with this type of DNA damage and has enzyme systems devoted to doing the needed DNA repair work.


      However, these herpes viruses do not have such robust and well developed repair systems and with judicious, well timed oxidation damage initiated by repeated exposure to meta-stable oxygen molecule decay light, the virus genome can in theory be made defective enough by accumulated oxidation damage to no longer be able to generate new virus outbreaks (totally deactivated).  For this virus deactivation process to occur to these specific susceptible herpes virus genomes, an adequate source of meta-stable oxygen molecule decay light is required.  Probably the best known current source of generation of this meta-stable oxygen molecule decay light comes from meta-stable oxygen molecules created by ozone decay.  The more ozone that is generated per unit time and catalyzed to decay into meta-stable oxygen molecules, the more decay light will be generated per unit time.  When the ozone supply is being generated by a corona discharge process in air, which is a common method used, rather significant to large amounts of meta-stable oxygen molecules are generated directly in the corona discharge.  So far the simplest and most effective way to achieve this goal of significant and adequate meta-stable oxygen molecule decay light generation, is to bubble highly ozonated air in the form of small bubbles through hot water inside a glass tube (water column).  The high temperature of the water and the high humidity and temperature inside the air bubbles greatly accelerates ozone decay into meta-stable oxygen molecules and oxygen atoms.  This same temperature and humidity, along with blackbody infrared light and a maser effect, greatly accelerate the meta-stable oxygen molecule decay rate and therefore infrared light emission rate of the desired wavelengths.  


     Now, if a person is sitting on a stool surrounded by several of these hot water filled glass tubes (water columns) with highly ozonated air bubbling up through them in the form of small bubbles and they are in their nature suit, there will be adequate decay light to significantly damage virus DNA.  If the glass tubes and person are enclosed by a mirrored enclosure, then the rate of damage to the virus DNA can be significantly increased.


     Just such an experimental setup has been constructed and is currently being tested with initially positive results being reported and occurring from treatments.  It is now a matter of working out the optimum treatment protocols for the use of this equipment and experimental setup.  Most all things can be over-done to a point where negative results can occur both short and long term.  Even though the current experimental setup seems to produce the desired wavelengths of infrared light in the needed intensity range, caution is necessary for protection of very sensitive cell types in male gonads.  I am specifically concerned about production of male sperm cells.  I see no need to needlessly “stress” these cells with DNA oxidation damage, which would need to be repaired before usage or after egg fertilization.  Fortunately, protection of the gonads is ultra simple, just wrap the gonads in aluminum foil (stop laughing, please, this is a serious matter, very near and dear to us guys).


     Is my explanation of why / how ozone bagging / tenting can destroy viruses and bacteria by accumulated oxidation damage to viral and bacterial DNA and other critical molecules correct?  You get to decide or you can wait for the NIH or whoever to fund scientific research to settle the matter.  But do not expect the drug companies to fund this research, they are into selling you drugs that suppress the symptoms only and keep you a customer for life, even if your life is made miserable and cut short by some viral or bacterial disease.   If you are a sufferer of these viruses and/or some bacterial infections that regular drug company / FDA controlled medicine cannot effectively address to your liking, you might want to consider this meta-stable oxygen molecule infrared decay light therapy, no matter what officialdom may or may not say.


P. S. -  If the reader of this article, written for the layman, is a technoid they may want much more detailed technical information on these meta-stable oxygen molecule processes.  May I suggest as a good starting point, to go on Google and type in:  Singlet Oxygen: Generation and Properties by Leonard I. Grossweiner.