- Nov 11, 2019
You wrote several things that led me to find some great research. Especially regarding electrostatic related stuff. What more you you have? Thanks in advance.When the virus is transmitted it is generally, a very traumatic attack compared to other infections. There is a white flash and a period of dizziness. This is an indication that it is an ionic discharge. The unseen breeding grounds are surfaces. The virus remains dormant on surfaces. The introduction of vitamin K causes a minimization of the active and non active colony, Applications of paint will activate the virus, unless the paint is stabilized with a de-ionizing agent. The ion creates a false lay line that it uses to travel and communicate with to host and colony members. The members are classified as large prey creatures, including mankind, pigs, bears, and dogs. So, how does the dog spread the virus, is by using its spray that accumulates as an aerosol upon structures and surfaces and, remains dormant until activated by a temperature drop or moisture that penetrates the aerosol cell membrane? Elimination of false lay lines (see unified school district regulations for periodic maintenance) for any additional advice.