In article <7cf3eu$3ng at dfw-ixnews5.ix.netcom.com>, flefever at ix.netcom.com(F. Frank LeFever) wrote:
>>As I said in a reply to a similar query a year or so ago:
>>There had been a lab devoted to exploration of positive ion/negative
>ion ideas at Rockefeller University. I visited it and discussed the
>subject with its principal investigator close to 20 years ago, also
>took home a large packet of relevant materials. (He is no longer
>there, left within a year or so I believe, and so far as I know this is
>no longer an area of interest there). I have also read a rather
>damning critique by a German biometeorologist expert on electrical
>>My conclusion from all this (and a few more things) is that what seemed
>initially like an interesting idea never reallyh panned out. I am
>skeptical about claims for benefits of negative ion generators.
If anything they help clean the air. Might be hazardous around electronic
devices, cause static build-up. I also wonder if while breathing in charged
particles, those particles are forced towards nose and sinus tissues, thus
unable to enter the lungs?
>>F. Frank LeFever, Ph.D.
>New York Neuropsychology Group
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