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Sat Apr 25, 2020, 04:47 PM

Don't drink bleach; it will kill you. [View all]

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Instead, start your own study of this brutal virus and add to your knowledge of what we are up against. Leave out the part where we have to achieve LEO to kill the virus.

Might as well do something while we are in quarantine. How many Spring cleanings can you do? Aren't you tired of searching for TP? Well, my supply of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups came in, and I am now blissed out enough to begin the journey. I just hope I don't have to start drinking wine in order to finish it.

First off, let me state that there are many potentially important research articles that are hidden behind expensive paywalls. I think that for the duration, articles in the category of "We need an answer now" should perhaps be set free.

But, nevertheless, here is a free article that talks about the SAR-cov virus and how it develops and grows up to be a wee bit troublesome:

Recently, both news and anecdotal stories are talking about various symptoms of CV-19 that are coming to the forefront. Among these new ideas are the frequency of strokes among those infected. (Also, there is the heartbreaking story of the performer whose leg had to be amputated because his coagulation couldn't be controlled.)

This leads one to speculate that blood coagulation is a feature of the killing ability of the virus. Is the answer contained in the protein interaction between the virus and the host cells, and how might we interrupt this action enough to deny the virus a host cell? Keeping in mind that this blood coagulation problem is in reverse, where there is too much coagulation, what factors are appearing in a recovered patient's plasma that are possibly providing an easy solution?

Think of these viruses like simple bugs you want to exterminate. You interrupt the life cycle so that it cannot replicate.

YOU DO NOT DRINK BLEACH OR LYSOL. Killing the host is not an option!

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