O4 Vs. O3 ACTIONS - Basil Wainwright, Ph.D.
O4 in particular has some very UNIQUE responses. It has
a PHENOMENAL amount of Electrons, and as a matter of interest in
O4, it has 40 Electrons, and that makes it a very POWERFUL
Negative Ionising Platform.
Contrary to belief, the O4 Molecule will, during it's Half-Life,
demonstrate GREATER stability than the O3 molecule, the latter
being MORE AGRESSIVE in an Oxidative role, breaking down
in a Step-By-Step Procedure, whereas, the O4 Molecule, following
Atomic and Molecular Collisions Electrical Exchange,
breaks down into Singlet Oxygen (O1) Atoms INSTANTANEOUSLY,
RELEASING ALL of it's 40 Electrons in the Process.
It's very evident then, that O3 has a BETTER oxidative effect,
and that is very EFFECTIVE in ELIMINATING Infected Cells, but
O4 has the ability because of its Ionisation to actually BREAK-DOWN
the RNA, and of course Uracil, which is a very
IMPORTANT Sugar Combination--the 5-Carbon in the RNA of a