De-crowning the Coronavirus Part 2

Decrowning the Coronavirus Part 2

The first thing I asked on the outset of this virus is whether it thrives in an acidic environment. This question was ignored twice. And so I left them to do their assumptions and presumptions to the point that what we have now is a complete supplication to the dictates of the virus. The general order of the day is now to let the people who will be infected be infected. And let the people who will die, die. As a result, the world is now approaching a complete isolation and ultimately a complete standstill. People are now afraid to move from where they are, which is a well stocked storage house that is slowly turning to a dreary cocoon.

But forget about the catching words and phrases of what this write up has started, I repeat, this is a guess which you should listen closely because I usually stick something with it which MAY BE worth your while.

Reports of the initial virus start dd not contain anything about its source or the cause. Was it started with an inhalation, an ingestion, or an inebriated excursion? It would have helped a lot if the cause was known very like the Black Plague where the rats could have been exterminated right aboard the ships. The carrier fleas could have been eradicated with sprays had it be known that they carry the plague.

Which brings us back to my question—does the virus thrive in an acidic environment? You may ask why I asked this question. well the reports say that the test for this virus consist of getting samples from the nostrils, the throats, and maybe the nasal passages, This proves that it is transferred by inhalation, not by injection or touch or even by having sex. It is therefore what was an old term for it which is a COMMUNICABLE DISEASE. This term was never used by any whichever doctor or physician or pharmacist even if the chances are it was started by contact.

This virus has the option of residing on the skin, eyes, limbs, heart, ears, brain,stomach, intestines would it have been a potent communicable virus, Instead we find it in the nose, throat, nasal passages and in the lungs where it does most of its destructive work. But why not the stomach when it can have the option of sliding thru the valve towards the esophagus? Well guess what, it may have gone thru to the stomach but that organ presents a more violent activity than the lungs, and primarily because the stomach has digestive enzymes that would present the virus with an acidic environment which proves fatal to the virus. Conclusively I can say that the Covid-19 cannot exist in an acidic environment.

Which brings us to what probably may be one thing to combat the virus—-acidity, or that which is inherent in citrus fruits like lime, lemon, oranges, and etc. the common table salt is also acidic, so does sea water. In such days like these we may not be able to go to the beaches to swim. Maybe use inhalers, vaporizers, sprayers instead. if the virus is already at the peak of its destructive work, the space within the lungs should be acidic to stop it before it causes the fatal damage. Acidic vapors may be inhaled or forced through towards the lungs.

How does the virus kill? Another question which was ignored. Does the virus kill by collapsing the lungs, or puncturing it, or by eroding it, perforating, eatng, shrinking? Whichever it may do would result in the person gasping for air. Shortness of breath means not enough oxygen is being produced by the lungs. This will not yet kill the person,. But what would kill the person is the lack of oxygen that goes to his brain. When this happens, the involuntary activities of the body stops. the heart will not pump blood and the lungs will not work. Everything stops. The brain is still cognizant for that moment but it is unable to send impulses to the spinal column.

And then the person realizes that he is already dead.

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