Nikola Tesla's Predictions

May 5

Nikola Tesla lived ahead of his time and was aware of it. It was Nikola Tesla who invented the first ozonator of the last century, the forerunner of the device we presented to you.

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A story from South Korea

May 5

Although we are witnessing many creative ideas for combating the COVID-19 virus pandemic, a proven effective solution comes from South Korea.

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Nikola Tesla's Predictions

The inventor and genius Nikola Tesla certainly lived ahead of his time and was aware of it. It was Nikola Tesla who invented the first ozonator of the last century, the forerunner of the device we presented to you.

Ozonizers were then a revolutionary solution used at the end of the 19th century for the disinfection of drinking water, and during the First World War, for the disinfection of operating rooms and surgical instruments, as well as for the disinfection of wounds and the prevention of inflammation.

His specific way of thinking and the knowledge he possessed enabled him to foresee the scientific and technological inventions of the first third of the 20th century. For Liberty magazine, he predicted what the 21st century might look like.

Life ahead of time.

"The prediction is unforeseeable. No man can see too far into the future. Progress and inventions are moving in different directions than we have anticipated. It was my experience, though I flatter myself that the events confirmed many of the developmental paths I envisioned in the first third of the 20th century. It seems that I have always been ahead of my time.

I waited nineteen years for a Niagara-based power plant to operate based on my system, fifteen years had passed before my patent for wireless signal transmission, published as early as 1893, found universal application. I announced the cosmic rays and my theory of radioactivity in 1896. One of the most significant discoveries - the resonance of the Earth - as the basis of wireless energy transfer, which I published in 1899, is not understood by many today.

Nearly two years after I performed power transmission around the planet, Edison, Steinmetz, Markoni, and others argued that it was impossible to transmit even a simple signal wirelessly across the Atlantic.

Given the many significant breakthroughs I have hinted at, I wouldn’t think to be wrong in predicting what life in the 21st century will look like."

"The Minister of Hygiene and Physical Culture, in 2035, in the government of the then President of the United States, will be more significant than the Secretary of Defense."

Tesla explained his view of the 21st century as follows: “The development of life will be under the complete control of science. In the past, by virtue of the law of the struggle for survival, less suitable traits have largely disappeared. Man's new sense of pity contrasts with the relentless action of nature. As a result, the preservation of life will continue, as will the development of under-resourced members of the human species. The only method that would suit our sense of civilized behaviour is to sterilize and suppress sexual instinct in maladapted individuals."

"Our planet is too rich, and where something is missing, nitrogen from the air will restore the tissue of the Earth. In 1900 I developed a process for this purpose. Fourteen years later, before the war, it was perfected by German chemists."

“Hygiene and physical culture will be recognized parts of the education system and the state apparatus. The Minister of Hygiene and Physical Culture, in 2035, in the government of the then President of the United States, will be more significant than the Secretary of Defense."


A story from South Korea

Although we are witnessing many creative ideas for combating the COVID-19 virus pandemic, a proven effective solution comes from South Korea.

If we look at South Korea's statistics only a few weeks back, we can agree to attribute to it a scenario similar to that in Italy, but it did not happen. South Korea is one of the first countries to manage the contagion spread curve, but certainly the only one to do so without strict isolation and quarantine measures whose economic effects are well known to us.

At the end of February, the number of new infections jumped dramatically, and at the peak on February 29, the number of new infections was 909 in just one day. However, after seven days, the number of new cases has halved and the average number of cases has fallen by about 9. In the case of a country of 50 million people, we can conclude that without economic losses, South Korea has been able to prevent disaster.

What certainly contributed to this development was the fact that South Korea tested far more people than any country, allowing it to isolate and treat many people immediately after they became infected. But we ourselves are witnessing the spread of contagion precisely within health care facilities that South Korea has realized on time, and by means of an air and surface disinfection devices HPA-130W and HPA-36C prevented the virus from further spreading.

A product from Korean company CU Medical Systems, Inc.disinfects the environment with OH radicals that can oxidize the bacterial cell membrane resulting in the killing of 99.9% of bacteria. Since bacteria are harder to kill than viruses, the question is, "Can a product destroy a coronavirus?", The answer is YES. The products of the CU Medical Systems, Inc. are designed and manufactured according to international standards. All of their products got all certifications such as ISO, CE, Korean FDA, USA FDA and SFDA.

HPA-130W and HPA-36C eliminate COVID-19 from the air and from enclosed surfaces while people are present without any impact on their health. For this reason, a large number of Korean healthcare facilities who are installing this device have eliminated the presence of the virus in facilities. The device is applicable in all indoor spaces where a large number of people reside, such as the hospitals, clinics, offices, theaters, cinemas, hotels, waiting rooms etc.