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Instead of scrubbing, the workers would put their hands into a small box that bathes them with plasma — the same sort of luminous gas found in neon signs, fluorescent tubes and TV displays. This plasma, though, is at room temperature and pressure, and is engineered to zap germs, including the drug-resistant supergerm MRSA.
Originally posted by die_another_day
It can be built for less than $100 in materials
All they need to make now is a tool for the kitchen and toilet XD. Push of a button cleans everything up.
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
So...what do I use to wash the plasma gas off of my hands???
Come on...this can't be good to be left on your hands. Is it healthy to be eating plasma gas residue?
[edit on 17-2-2010 by OutKast Searcher]
But until scientists are able to understand every single component of said chemical we can never assume it's safe.
It's most likely far from safe, and if it was made to be safe it would be out of arm's reach financially.