Identification of damaging units of RNA Protease reduction at site of entry. Something to absorb the hydrolysis., or at the very least move it away from the affected areas.
The 5’ methylated CH3 chain can be blocked by using Flash Photolysis to destroy the hydrogen that cuts into the amino acid/peptide. Breaking the chain so that the methylated cap binds to itself leaving only C Remainder bond open for set up.
Couldnt we intercept the Triple adenine base messenger RNA with Uracil or even Guanine if they can make it through and then flash them as well if its even needed as it could become inert at that point. At that point the Damaging RNA is connectionless. Just within the cell.
So what we could build is a chain of Uracil since they’re hydrogen, and excite them with an extra electron and add them to the end of the adenine seeing as you need 6 hydrogen. So it’s a matter of folding the carbon in on itself through propulsed flashing and then swinging it to bond to the other end of the virus making them inert.
Flash CH3 at H then fold carbons: Guanine to opposing Uracil so that the virus becomes inert in a self folded way. Would be shaped inwardly.
So what happens if we insert these builds into the system through a breathing device after they’ve been flashed so that the farthest depth can be reached within the body making sure that the red blood cells carry the good stuff to the damaged area, so that they reach the cells that are affected, transfer into the systems of the cells, or at least bump into them, and cause the folding from interferons doing their duty once they realize that the virus is now inert and they can take it as waste to be disposed of while alerting other cells for the same infection.
But how to do this within a syringe. Flashing seems simple enough to, rapidly done over the body. Painful and dangerous perhaps due to the weakened state of the patient. Perhaps an IV that keeps the body cool and creates a greater heat difference between the virus RNA and the cell its infecting so that they can be found and flashed without bringing the overall temperature of the human body into unsafe measures.
Then it’s a matter of developing an interferon that can be made outside the body and with the inert virus folded so that it knows to attack it, which is should naturally know because its an unknown. Though it may present fever which may worsen people respiratory infections.
I compare things to Tesla 2020 roadsters battery pacts because it’s the only thing I’ve got to compare to. But here are my numbers after three minimizations:
Rerun on 2/24/2020
Energy: 6575298 kJ/Mole
Delta Epsilon: 282.72
Run again after jolting coordinates: Energy 6573762
Delta Epsilon: 310.07
Run once more: Energy 6571750 kJ/Mole
Delta Epsilon: 178.80
So let’s just say it’s 6570000 kJ/mol with a delta epsilon under 180 ish.
6570000kJ= 1825kWh 1 unit = 37.54953 kg
833/ 37.54953= 22.18403 units per weight replacement.
(22.18403×1825 kWh) / 200 kWh x 1000 km = 202,429.274 kilometers or 125,783.719 miles.
So if it’s feasible to build these, which I think I have a way of doing, wouldn’t they be better than lithium ion? I think them getting wet is an issue in that they would expand but shielding can be put into place.
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In the Divergent Mind Episode I talk about black holes, creating my first Machine Learning Ai (I am literally at the baby steps stage but I know the parts I need to learn to get something going using scraped data.)
Please go to Achor.fm/DivergentMind to check out episode 90. Below is a a synopsis of the episode and you can only hear the music there.
So Nettios was able to get me out of the house for a couple of days for our ten year anniversary. I brought my podcast travel kit and the plan was to have a nice meal, a bath, and then do our commemorative podcast as number 90 for Divergent Mind – Insanity and Innovation. But Nettios ended getting ill that night from something we think she ate, could have been too much of a good thing, but it could have also been a funky mussel, not that there’s anyone to blame. The next day was nothing but vomit and and getting her teas and crackery things to keep her stomach as full as she could manage, which honestly wasn’t a lot—she almost hit the double digits around the toilet and we may have had to go to the docs really quickly to get her an I.V. So she didn’t get too dehydrated. This has happened before when we’ve traveled. She felt like she ruined the day, and I reminded her that we could still see the ocean, and hear it from the Arch Cape Inn, as well as the fact that we were together on our tenth meant that it wasn’t so bad. Plus I was there to take care of her, which I’ve been trained to do since I was a child.
On our last day I popped my headphones in and was able to make it into the lovely well run breakfast area before it got busy and have a wonderful breakfast almost in seclusion. I did make the mistake of ringing the attendance bell when it was just a walk in place. That part confused me. There were no signs to just walk in so I figured ring the bell, but was completely wrong. It randomly hailed for 5 minutes straight while I was sitting there and we ended up driving through roads misting through the heat of the morning sun and we saw one accident of someone up on the embankment on its side with a police officer helping them out. We even passed an suv mail truck which was sort of neat.
Nettios wasn’t a hundred percent but had to drive because of my busted foot and we made quick time to the local beach. We tried to both get down there but I got stuck on the stairs so had to come back up and try not to get ill as people walked by signing and doing random things. All very annoying. Nettios took that picture up above and a few other great ones, as well as a panoramic video that was darling.
By the time we came home she was able to eat something so we got dinner, and then relaxed before making episode 90 which has a sort of intimate flowing feel to it. We talked about exchanging gifts. Mine was a life book from our last ten years which goes great with the one my grand mother gave me on my twenty first of my birth up until that point. So now I have two books that cover my whole life basically, which is lovely.
Roughly ten years ago I bought Nettios a 60’s record player that had been put into working order by this older fella called the Music Man and so I made a hand cut single cut record of my piano playing that if you go to the link above is the last half of the podcast in it’s entirety as far as I know.
But honestly the vacation was great, even if it wasn’t what Nettios had envisioned for our day out—sometimes a Day Inn is just as okay, especially if you’re sick.
Also I’m writing a new book called Abashing the Underwhelmed, which I know needs work as a title but shall have to do for the time being. My first time writing in the first person (at Nettios request) so I think I’ll do that today instead of create more podcasts and just see how far I can get, since it’s just a short story and can fill in the remainder a chunk while I finish reading the first two books since they’re not evenly spaced.