Plasmic Fields

Entering a high-voltage plasma field can affect biological entities such as airborne pathogens. Unicellular & multicellular organisms such as microbial and acellular organisms (viruses) can be killed or inactivated accordingly as they pass through plasma fields.

Corona Virus cell wall destruction
  • Electric Discharge: When airborne pathogens enter a plasma field with a voltage of 5500 volts, they will be exposed to a strong electric field. This can induce an electric current to flow through the pathogens.
  • Thermal Effects: The high voltage and resulting electric current generate heat due to resistance within the pathogens. This heat can potentially damage the pathogens, including their genetic material, proteins, and other vital structures. However, the effectiveness of heat in killing or neutralizing pathogens depends on various factors, such as the pathogen type, its resistance to heat, and the duration and intensity of exposure.
  • Electroporation: High electric fields can disrupt the cell membranes of pathogens, including viruses and microbials. This can create temporary pores or holes in the cell membranes, allowing the plasma or other substances to enter the pathogen and interfere with its normal functioning. Electroporation can potentially render the pathogens ineffective or lead to their death.
  • Inactivation of Genetic Material: The high electric fields and associated energy can disrupt viruses and other pathogens’ genetic material (DNA or RNA). This disruption can prevent the pathogens from replicating or expressing their genetic information properly, rendering them ineffective or non-viable.