Looking at viral mutations as a completely random process is incorrect. Viruses have a built-in entropy (disorder) mechanism.
"If you want to find out the universe's secrets, think about energy, frequency, and vibration. (Nikola Tesla)"
Viruses have a built-in entropy mechanism (disorder) that makes them more resilient but requires them to invest energy in modifications—an evasion tactic.
- The idea of the effect of solar flares cycles (every 11 years) on viral diseases is not new. The theory and model of energy conservation I propose regarding viruses are unique and original. Link: Sunspot Cycle and Human Health
- Precisely because viruses are relatively simple molecules with no independent, energetic function, their analysis according to the laws of thermodynamics (energy conservation) is relatively simple compared to the enormous complexity of the biochemistry of viruses. Link: Solar flare (Wikipedia)
- By analogy, similar to humans who absorb solar energy — Ultraviolet radiation (electromagnetic radiation) to build vitamin D and also for energetic charging (which has a positive effect on our bodies), viruses can absorb solar radiation energies (electromagnetic radiation) at specific frequencies, to create new mutations, aimed at increasing the ability to infect.
- Except for the Ebola virus (1976) and COVID-19, all other viral epidemics outbreaks over 100 years occurred close to the peaks of solar flares. Imagine a deadly viral disease like the Ebola virus, with a contagious ability like COVID-19 - the world would collapse! According to the model I present here for the first time, such a situation is unlikely.
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Solar flare cycles and viral pandemics outbreak. Solar flare cycles occur at 11-year cycles.
Viruses Activity Model - Introduction.
Link: Top 50 solar flares of the year 20XX
For the first time, this model presents an entirely different perception of viral activities from an altogether different perspective, using energy conservation laws of thermodynamics.
Looking at viral mutations as a completely random process is incorrect. Viruses have a built-in entropy mechanism (disorder) that protects them and, on the other hand, requires them to invest in genetic modifications—a tactic of evasion and camouflage.
- This model will enable researchers better understand biochemical phenomena regarding viruses. The mathematical analysis of the development of viral epidemics will take on another new dimension and allow for much better predictions.
- The seemingly bizarre behavior in which the COVID-19 outbreak occurred led me to conclude that we ignore an essential critical dimension in understanding the development of outbreaks of viral epidemics-Their varying energy levels.
- Compared to other pathogens (including various parasites), viruses do not have an independent energy cellular organ (mitochondria); therefore, they depend entirely on the ability to penetrate the host cell for genetic replication. (Using the host's energy)
- Each virus comprises biological molecules, including genetic material (single-stranded or double-stranded DNA or RNA) and related proteins. (many scientists do not consider it alive) By itself, the virus lacks any independent function outside the host body, so it must obey the laws of energy conservation, which are reflected in the laws of the branch of physics called thermodynamics.
The graph reflects aggregate data from all countries of the world. You will find charts with similar trends in most countries worldwide, with a few exceptions.
The virus is forced to give up energy temporarily to create new mutations. (Unless it has an available external energy source such as solar flares) The phenomenon of waves is consistent with reports of Spanish flu. (From 100 years ago and more)
COVID-19 Daily New cases. Updated November 2022. (Worldmeter)
Creating a new virus strain is based on significant changes in the virus's genetic code, which consume much energy. The energy for creating a new strain cannot come only through the energy of the host cell - an external energy source is also required. Most often in the form of solar flares that release high-intensity electromagnetic radiation.
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