[LINK] Ionizers for schools, offices, malls etc compulsory in future?

Rick Welykochy rick at praxis.com.au
Sat Dec 30 09:54:12 AEDT 2006

Stephen Loosley wrote:

> Air ionisers wipe out hospital infections
> NewScientist.com  News Service
> N McDowell  Jan 2003  <www.newscientist.com/article.ns?id=dn3228> 

> The ionisers produce negative air ions that collide with suspended particles and give them a charge.

Why do I have a sinking feeling that in several years time, after deploying said
ionisers in a hospital near you, that 'they' (who are they anyway?) will discover
that air ionised in such a fashion is deterimental to our respiratory systems?

Cynic? Moi? Jamais!

Happy 2007 To All on Link!

Rick Welykochy || Praxis Services

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