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RE: Tesla's enjoyment of ozone.
Original poster: "Yurtle Turtle by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <yurtle_t-at-yahoo-dot-com>
I'd ignore all the "snake oil" claims. In 1995 - 96, I
built an ozone facility which treats 150,000,000
gallons per day of drinking water. I've been drinking
it every day for seven years now and have more grey
hair than when I first started it up. Almost all large
municipal US water supplies - and I'd guess that goes
for most other counties as well - have to add
chlorine, to prevent contamination in the distribution
system. Ozone doesn't stay "active" long enough to
provide a residual disinfectant.
The plant I built uses high voltage corona discharge
and pure oxygen to produce ozone. The product you are
referring to probably uses UV lamp(s) and air to
produce the ozone. Some swimming pools and spas use
this to reduce chlorine use.
--- Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
> Original poster: "harvey norris by way of Terry
> Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <harvich-at-yahoo-dot-com>
> --- Tesla list <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com> wrote:
> > Relevance of the "radium waters" anecdote?
> > Dave Hartwick
> What are
> > > the dangers of ozone besides headaches.
> Funny you mention this: my brother purchased an
> expensive machine that produces ozonated distilled
> water. The URL for the product should be at
> www.johnellis-dot-com if I remember right. Finland does
> not use chlorine in their water, but ozonates it
> instead I am also told. He (john ellis) claims
> effects from drinking the water.(from his machine)
> Amazingly this device has an ozone bulb that goes
> above the distillation chamber, shown here with the
> bulb removed from the smaller globe like chamber
> the boiling takes place.
> Ozone Bulb Removed From Chamber
> Sure enough you can smell ozone coming from the bulb
> that has its own special high voltage supply (a
> box like thing that does heat up significantly,
> I assume is some kind of high voltage transformer.
> bulbs are very expensive to replace (80 dollars)
> use quartz glass I am told, and you are not supposed
> to touch the glass, as skin oils degrade the glass,
> am told) Never heard of this critter before, but its
> real and does produce ozone. Anyone got an idea what
> gas might give this blue color? Xenon maybe? Ellis
> appears secretive. I also noticed that sometimes
> I first started drinking the water I got a very
> headache near the base of my neck, but this has
> discontinued and I dont seem to get them anymore?
> Maybe the water was cleansing some kind of toxins
> my body. I drink this water all the time now with no
> apparent ill events. Laugingly the inventor claims
> will take your gray hair away, but I havent noticed
> this yet. Thought the tesla list would get a kick
> of this, which undoubtably some will declare as
> medical pseudo science! Just to let folks know there
> are still some folks out there plying that trade.
> dang machine costs 1700 dollars!!! I can certainly
> think of better things to spend my money on!
> In other interesting notes the new series on History
> Cable channel featured Tesla and the hypothesised
> Soviet developement of his Death Ray, on their new
> series entitled "In search Of", which was well worth
> catching if you can see it again. They imply that
> Powers of U2 fame was shot down with such a device.
> Guess this is enough off the wall speculation for
> tonight. Later...
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