Posts by apwall42

1) Message boards : Projects : Can we Cure Corona (Message 95818)
Posted 12 Feb 2020 by apwall42
Post:
I should have noted, the DRACO project actually does cure the common cold. With no tin-foil in sight, I think we've clearly been hampered by the drive for care $$$, not cures.
2) Message boards : Projects : Can we Cure Corona (Message 95817)
Posted 12 Feb 2020 by apwall42
Post:
I don't understand your comment. Please explain your logic.
3) Message boards : Projects : Can we Cure Corona (Message 95534)
Posted 27 Jan 2020 by apwall42
Post:
>to asking if it's possible to cure the common cold or influenza
The answer is that it's not easy. DRACO bets on the fact that the cell will die anyway, and cuts the cell short before it can make copies and spread the infection further.
But there are natural occurring Enzymes that target dsRNA specifically, and I would assume that creating one that targets RNA wouldn't even be that hard.
Again, all the tools seem to be in place across BOINC, and have been for a decade and a half?
4) Message boards : Projects : Can we Cure Corona (Message 95522)
Posted 25 Jan 2020 by apwall42
Post:
I believe that apps to do all these tests already exist in BOINC, or have existed at some point, thus ripping sections should be "simple."
5) Message boards : Projects : Can we Cure Corona (Message 95521)
Posted 25 Jan 2020 by apwall42
Post:
I see three apps.
1. Compare corona vs known Human RNA in majority populations looking for unique sections in the virus
- Send results to server
- Server compiles and returns agian to test against more rare human RNA
- App returns those sections most unique
2. Compile Enzyme formula for dissolving RNA in the cell based on app 1 returns OR Compile kill switch via Todd Rider MIT DRACO style based on RNA
3. Fold/Package molecules.

Need RNA copy-
Need Human RNA database

Feasibility? I am not coder, I am not in position to lead this.




Copyright © 2021 University of California. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.