Geobiology: air ionization

The air ionization In nature there is usually, under normal conditions a certain ionic balance. The normal concentration of ions in the air is between 1000 and 2000 ions per cubic centimeter, with the ratio of 5 positive to 4 negative. In environments with a predominance of negatively charged ions on plant growth is spectacular. Excessive predominance of positive ions is detrimental to our health, weakens people and other living things, lowers our immune defenses, impedes blood circulation and breathing problems often result. In fact, air borne dust trap negative ions, which is predominantly positively charged environment causing difficulty in breathing. Moreover, the water droplets in the air trap the positively charged ions leaving a negatively charged environment. This is noted in the atmosphere after a good rain, amid a dense forest or near a waterfall. The prolonged stay loaded with negative ions environment at twice or triple the normal has ever given no health problems.

Causes of ionization
- Storms. Hours or even days before positive environment. After balance.
- Telluric currents. Positive ionization.
- Natural radioactivity. Positive ionization.
- The moon phases.
- The wind. If load is dry and warm the atmosphere positively.
- The synthetic fibers. Are positively charged at the surface of the skin.
- Atmospheric pollution. Reduced almost to zero making it impossible to breathe air ionization.
- Air conditioning. Is usually positively charged due to air friction with metal pipes.
- The TV and computer. In its proximity there is a positive ion saturation due to radiation from the screen.

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