The following article is from the Orem Herald, of Provo, Utah, U.S.A, February 13, 1992, on page D1:

"The small glass vial is filled with a clear liquid resembling water. But an Orem resident is convinced it contains the cure for AIDS.

"I don't have a doubt in my mind. It's what eats me alive at night," says Daryl Tichy.

Suspended in the liquid, which is mostly distilled water, are ultra fine particles of positively charged silver. By researching within several different sciences, Tichy has determined that the solution will kill the AIDS virus without harming the human body.

Tichy, a full time member of the administrative staff at Brigham Young University's physical plant, said he considers himself a searcher, not a researcher. He looks for patterns and answers to problems by crossing the boundaries of different disciplines such as physics and medicine.

In reading a book called "The Body Electric" by Robert O. Becker, Tichy learned that Becker encouraged bone fractures to grow back together by stimulating the area with silver electrodes and low voltage electricity.

According to the book, silver at the positive pole killed many kinds of bacteria without side effects.

Through studying small aggregates of atoms called micro clusters, Tichy learned these clusters stay electrically neutral. However, when positively charged the micro clusters will stay as tenaciously positive, he said.

Other research showed that at the turn of the century, people used ultra fine particles of silver to treat a myriad of illnesses from pneumonia to warts and tonsillitis, Tichy said. Some praised the treatment; others were not so encouraged.

Tichy said in that time, the particles were obtained by chemically breaking down silver salt such as nitrate. However, while these particles were positively charged, they were of different sizes and tended to group together and neutralize over time.

By creating the particles from elemental silver and using the science of micro clusters, Tichy said, he was able to create ultra fine particles nearer the same size which retain their positive charge.

Tichy said he had the material tested at two different labs; results showed the solution killed a variety of pathogens, including the HIV virus."

Electrically-charged silver ions are known as Ag1+ silver.


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