2020 has shown us our normal tools for understanding and solving respiratory virus pandemics are just not working for COVID19 and some aspects of the spread, mechanisms and fatality make no logical sense. Is it possible that geophysics are coupled to fatality rates and long term outcomes? The researchers that predicted this pandemic think so. The announcement of a spontaneous peak of deaths peaking in mid March and following the death pattern of 2020, will be the ultimate validation.

There seem to be a lot of counter-intuitive aspects of COVID19 that have researchers scratching their heads. Remdesivir, the anti-viral which…

While trying to understand the mechanism of Long Covid, which obviously involved serotonin dysfunction balanced by mast cell activation as I wrote about previously - I met a group who seems to have the last pieces of the puzzle and the ultimate scientific validation: they appear to be giving people their lives back using low cost compounds anyone can buy at the pharmacy, the ultimate application and validation of a scientific theory.

Their research, COVID-19: NAD+ deficiency may predispose the aged, obese and type2 diabetics to mortality through its effect on SIRT1 activity, has received an excellent response and seems…

While Long Covid brings about a lot of bad news, the good news is that there is not a single type of organic damage found across all Long Covid sufferers which could explain even a fraction of the complex and evolving symptoms. This indicates Long Covid is due to dysfunction and not damage, making it easily treatable with the right understanding. While there is organic damage found, there is nothing causative and it only seems to be a side product of another process.

The Dysfunction, Not Damage Theory is that the acute phase of COVID19 causes a number of metabolic…

Nikita Alexandrov, Chem, MBA

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