If you haven’t established the relationship that a person whose pigment is composed of Eumelanin needs to have with the light responsible for our color, you’re living in the the Pre Ozone Layer Opening Age (POLOA). Yakub Ultraviolet Light science recognizes the condition Western science refers to as ‘melanoma’ among ‘African Americans’ as Amonalemu, the failure – as a person of color – to properly take in Ultraviolet Light. In biology, Ultraviolet Light is used as a disinfectant.
Ultraviolet (UV) rays are part of the light that comes from the sun. The UV spectrum is higher in frequency than visible light and lower than x-rays. As a water treatment technique, UV is known to be an effective disinfectant due to its strong germicidal (inactivating) ability. UV disinfects water containing bacteria and viruses and can be effective against protozoans like, Giardia lamblia cysts or Cryptosporidium oocysts. UV has been used commercially for many years in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, beverage, and electronics industries, especially in Europe. In the US, it was used for drinking water disinfection in the early 1900s but was abandoned due to high operating costs, unreliable equipment, and the expanding popularity of disinfection by chlorination. Continue reading