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    "So it is how liberty dies, with thunderous applause." (Padme Amidala)




    Regarding "confinement" in France: just as the Chernobyl radionuclides had not stopped at the french border, the coronavirus will not stop with this stupid "confinement".


    Yes, it would have been necessary to interrupt two months ago the flights from China which vomited contaminated passengers every day at Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport. (Including several direct flights departing weekly from Wuhan Intl. Airport!)


    Yes, it would have been necessary to close the borders of our country from the start of the year, and obviously to give up hosting at Lyons thousands of contaminated Turin football supporters 3 weeks ago!


    In this regard, why this outbreak of cases in northern Italy? According to an Italian doctor colleague with whom I spoke this afternoon, it seems that there is a very large Chinese community in Milan, working in the fashion and clothing business. They are quite successful. They went to New Years celebrations in China, and they came back with the virus.



    We must of course respect the confinement stupidly imposed by the government, so as not to add disorder to incompetence, while knowing that this confinement is of absolutely no use: the patients who run to hospitals were contaminated there are two weeks ...


    Politicians are spinning like autumn leaves in the wind! Of course, it was necessary to maintain the first round of municipal elections: voters had no risk of contaminating themselves by touching a new ballot and signing the electoral lists with their own pen!


    I am amazed to see how easily people are ready to give up their basic democratic rights: The right TO VOTE or to be free to walk and go as they please.


    I must remind you that even during the German occupation, you could walk during the day in the towns and villages of France. At night, it was curfew, of course, but during the day, it was the sweet French life.


    In the past, young people were cut down by grape-shot in the maquis, patriots were pressed against a wall with a black fabric on the eyes, women and men were piled up in cattle wagons in the direction of Buchenwald so that we have the right to slip a ballot paper an envelope in the ballot box. Those who canceled the second round are irresponsible of the french municipal elections and they will be held accountable.


    The risk that you will be contaminated by going shopping by handling sticky coins or tickets or by typing your code on the sticky rubber keys of a blue card reader is a thousand times greater than by touching a ballot paper!


    And as far as the risk of being contaminated by walking in the sun is concerned, this risk is NULL!


    As after a nuclear accident, our country is permanently contaminated by CORONAVIRUS. The country is feverish and the government has chosen to bring it to its knees economically. The only reasonable thing to do was to use the Churchillian language of the English Prime Minister who promised "Blood And Tears" to his people: "You must prepare for the loss of many loved ones" he announces wisely and frankly.


    I wish you to stay healthy you and your families. If you run out of hydroalcoholic gel, cheap perfume like "cologne" is very effective too. But do like me: use right after moisturizing hand cream to avoid chapping. Dakin's liquid is very effective, but it stains the tissue, so I don't recommend it. (It's dilute bleach)


    And watch out for paracetamol, which will kill more people than the virus. Prefer aspirin. And avoid secondary infections with antibiotics or thyme teas with honey. Honey contains powerful natural antibiotics, but very little known. That’s why it doesn’t ferment, and it never gets moldy (fungi). It’s sugar, though, and it should ferment. On the other hand, if you heat it, the antibiotics are destroyed, and it ferments very quickly: this gives mead. In Brittany, mead is distilled, and the alcohol obtained is added to undistilled mead to give a delicious traditional alcohol: "Chouchen". It has relatively low alcohol content, but is particularly psychotropic.


    I hope we will all be there to toast at the next "ICCF 23" and before that we can drink a bottle or two of vodka on the shores of the Black Sea this summer. (The “Presidient” vodka is excellent.)

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    Research on superconductivity in metallic hydrides is explosive at the moment.


    Paradoxically, I classify H2S as a metal hydride, because at high pressure, sulfur behaves like selenium or tellurium and the other higher chalcogens.


    The Lanthanum decahydride is very interesting: the hydrogen nuclei form sort of "clathrates" in which the protons (or deuterons) are extremely close.


    But the question formerly posed by Giuliano Preparata still remains valid: is superconductivity carried by electrons, or by deuterium?


    https://www.annualreviews.org/…-conmatphys-031218-013413

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    It is very unlikely that natural evolution spontaneously integrated parts of the HIV GAG and GP 120 genes into a bat virus.

    https://www.biorxiv.org/conten…iwnj04czziY3y0goOikRgUyPE

    I am sorely tempted to insult you but under the exigent circumstances, I'll abstain from it. So please read the comments following this paper or letter which appeared on the internet without peer review. I am not a virologist but many who are left credible comments which basically not only call bullshit on the idea but also explain exactly why. This sort of specious claim does nobody any good and wastes reading time and energy. If you want to mention that a few people believe the theory, fine. But please please please stop presenting it as fact.



    I did not have time to verify the statements of Prashant Pradhan et al, but their statements seem reasonable to me.


    This is not a peer-rewiewed article. So what ? If we had to wait until NATURE published the article by Pons & Fleischman in 1989, we would still be waiting for publication ...


    It turns out that I published an article on the detection of the GAG gene a long time ago:


    https://www.researchgate.net/p…hermal_gene_amplification


    (This paper was refused by NATURE...)


    So, what the Indian authors say seems to me to be consistent with the observations of the symptoms of severe cases of the coronavirus: an explosive lymphopenia which produces in one week the result of the evolution of untreated AIDS in three years!


    Here's what the authors say:


    “We are currently witnessing a major epidemic caused by the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). The evolution of 2019-nCoV remains elusive. We found 4 insertions in the spike glycoprotein (S) which are unique to the 2019-nCoV and are not present in other coronaviruses. Importantly, amino acid residues in all the 4 inserts have identity or similarity to those in the HIV-1 gp120 or HIV-1 Gag. Interestingly, despite the inserts being discontinuous on the primary amino acid sequence, 3D-modelling of the 2019-nCoV suggests that they converge to constitute the receptor binding site. The finding of 4 unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV, all of which have identity /similarity to amino acid residues in key structural proteins of HIV-1 is unlikely to be fortuitous in nature. This work provides yet unknown insights on 2019-nCoV and sheds light on the evolution and pathogenicity of this virus with important implications for diagnosis of this virus.”


    The fact that the coronavirus targets lymphocytes is very bad news for the manufacture of a vaccine. We have all known for thirty years that it is very difficult to make a vaccine against a virus that kills lymphocytes and that is why Professor Raoult insists on the need to find a medicine.


    Even if Didier Raoult has the same look as the mad scientist from the film "Independance Day", he is a very great researcher and he deserved the Nobel Prize. (Even if he always declined my collaboration proposals, but that is another story ...)


    He was the first to see that the “cocci” (round bacteria) observed in amoebae were in fact giant viruses. These giant viruses are present in many ecosystems, and they are found in many organisms, including human blood cells and brain astrocytes (unpublished results)


    Getting back to the coronavirus, paracetamol will undoubtedly kill more people than the virus itself. The virus gives a very headache, and when you have Big Ben behind the frontal bone, it is very easy to exceed the dose of 3 grams per day.


    I suggest you take aspirin, but not paracetamol or ibuprofen.


    This is curfew in France now, and of course, I don't respect it because I am preparing an experiment on diafluidity for the next ISCMMN conference and my workshop is at the other end of town. The streets are empty and the police have fined at the bottom of my street on a poor DELIVEROO delivery man. It feels like World War Z.


    Ah, I forgot: nobody talks about the Tokyo Olympics. It seems totally unrealistic to me to want to organize the games for two reasons:


    1) The situation is not completely resolved at Fukushima.

    2) In August, it will be southern winter, and it would not be reasonable to send South African, Chilean, Argentinian athletes to be contaminated in Japan to bring the coronavirus home in the middle of winter, in countries where the medical system is less solid than in the northern hemisphere (the case of Australians is separate)



    But let me close with a more optimistic consideration: for many scientists, it is impossible to find drugs that kill viruses, because the viruses would not be alive.


    That's right: a virion (viral particle) has none of the characteristics of a living being.


    But is a mustard seed alive? Put a bushel in a diorite vase cut with a cedar lathe with a diamond tool, (or better, in an alabaster jar to avoid the radioactivity of the diorite), enclose it in a pyramid on the plateau of Egypt and seal the granite harrows of Thot's secret chambers: protected by SASP and dipicolinic acids and other protectors, their DNA will cross the centuries as if it were protected by amber from Jurassic Park. Take out the seeds 5000 years later: sow them and many will germinate and give a beautiful shrub on which the birds will perch.


    These shrubs will be sensitive to glyphosate: touch one of their leaves with a finger immersed in a can of Roundup, and the next day, all the leaves will have dried out in the desert sun.


    It's the same with viruses. The virus is not a living being. It's just its seed, its spore, its form of resistance and spread.


    The real living being that does not have a name, it is this ghostly form that we sometimes see on some photographs with the electron microscope, occupying part of the nucleus and the cytoplasm. Like "Face Huggers" growing in the stomach of a NOSTROMO astronaut, these Aliens mother hundreds of virions in our cells which will be released when they burst.


    And during this phase, their enzymes are active, and these enzymes will be sensitive to drugs that remain to be discovered. Even better: their DNA is active, and it is therefore exposed to the combat techniques that we will able to develop.


    I wanted to finish this post on these optimistic considerations.


    https://www.researchgate.net/p…0GEiwDk7VWN4pouljl8Ydov3g

    More papers about lymphopenia. It is very unlikely that natural evolution spontaneously integrated parts of the HIV GAG and GP 120 genes into a bat virus.



    https://www.biorxiv.org/conten…iwnj04czziY3y0goOikRgUyPE




    It will be up to the investigators to determine how and where such genetic construction came to be.



    In the meantime, this observation gives meaning to the strange symptoms caused by the coronavirus, notably severe lymphopenia: if the Wuhan Coronavirus carries proteins derived from HIV and targeting receptors present on lymphocytes, such as HIV, it is normal that it causes the disappearance of these blood cells, in addition to targeting and destroying bronchial epithelial cells, like other SARS-type coronaviruses.



    Rather than the term "Cov pneumonia" or Cov-19, it would be more appropriate to speak of airborne leukopenia or Airborne Immunodeficiency Syndrome or "Lymphopenic community acquired pneumonia" as some authors do.



    Of course, immunodeficiency in the strict sense has not been described, for one simple reason: patients who suffer from it die quickly. But they probably die from multi-organ failures related to blasting secondary infections, either in the lungs or in the digestive tract. A syndrome like "septic shock" with blockage of the kidneys by toxins. It is a real "acute and contagious AIDS" that our government has allowed to sweep over France.



    Two months ago, the stopping of flights from China would have killed the epidemic in the bud, leaving time to develop a vaccine, (admitting that it is possible to develop a vaccine against a virus targeting the immune system, and we’ve seen since thirty years that it’s not an easy task)



    Today, no one knows what the future will be like, and it is not the wiping out of the second round of municipal elections that will change anything.


    References :


    J Infect. 2020 Mar 4. pii: S0163-4453 (20) 30110-9. doi: 10.1016 / j.jinf.2020.02.029. [Epub ahead of print]

    Lymphopenic community acquired pneumonia as signature of severe COVID-19 infection: Lymphopenia in severe COVID-19 infection.

    Bermejo-Martin JF1, Almansa R2, Menéndez R3, Mendez R4, Kelvin DJ5, Torres A6.




    Lymphopenia predicts disease severity of COVID-19: a descriptive and predictive study


    Li Tan, Qi Wang, Duanyang Zhang, Jinya Ding, Qianchuan Huang, Yi-Quan Tang, Qiongshu Wang, Hongming Miao

    doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.01.20029074


    https://www.medrxiv.org/conten…03.01.20029074v1.full.pdf




    absissa : % of lymphocytes.

    It is very unlikely that natural evolution spontaneously integrated parts of the HIV GAG and GP 120 genes into a bat virus.



    https://www.biorxiv.org/conten…iwnj04czziY3y0goOikRgUyPE




    It will be up to the investigators to determine how and where such genetic construction came to be.



    In the meantime, this observation gives meaning to the strange symptoms caused by the coronavirus, notably severe lymphopenia: if the Wuhan Coronavirus carries proteins derived from HIV and targeting receptors present on lymphocytes, such as HIV, it is normal that it causes the disappearance of these blood cells, in addition to targeting and destroying bronchial epithelial cells, like other SARS-type coronaviruses.



    Rather than the term "Cov pneumonia" or Cov-19, it would be more appropriate to speak of airborne leukopenia or Airborne Immunodeficiency Syndrome or "Lymphopenic community acquired pneumonia" as some authors do.



    Of course, immunodeficiency in the strict sense has not been described, for one simple reason: patients who suffer from it die quickly. But they probably die from multi-organ failures related to blasting secondary infections, either in the lungs or in the digestive tract. A syndrome like "septic shock" with blockage of the kidneys by toxins. It is a real "acute and contagious AIDS" that our government has allowed to sweep over France.



    Two months ago, the stopping of flights from China would have killed the epidemic in the bud, leaving time to develop a vaccine, (admitting that it is possible to develop a vaccine against a virus targeting the immune system, and we’ve seen since thirty years that it’s not an easy task)



    Today, no one knows what the future will be like, and it is not the wiping out of the second round of municipal elections that will change anything.


    References :


    J Infect. 2020 Mar 4. pii: S0163-4453 (20) 30110-9. doi: 10.1016 / j.jinf.2020.02.029. [Epub ahead of print]

    Lymphopenic community acquired pneumonia as signature of severe COVID-19 infection: Lymphopenia in severe COVID-19 infection.

    Bermejo-Martin JF1, Almansa R2, Menéndez R3, Mendez R4, Kelvin DJ5, Torres A6.




    Lymphopenia predicts disease severity of COVID-19: a descriptive and predictive study


    Li Tan, Qi Wang, Duanyang Zhang, Jinya Ding, Qianchuan Huang, Yi-Quan Tang, Qiongshu Wang, Hongming Miao

    doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.01.20029074


    https://www.medrxiv.org/conten…03.01.20029074v1.full.pdf

    We are perhaps beginning to understand why the coronavirus causes severe leukopenia, but "silence radio" (in french in the text) in the media:



    https://www.biorxiv.org/conten…iwnj04czziY3y0goOikRgUyPE


    How genes from the AIDS virus are found in a bat virus, giving it not only an affinity for the pulmonary épithelium, normal for a Cov, but also the property of killing monocytes and lymphocytes, it is a deep space mystery. Some ideas ?

    Thanks to Alan for his translation. I posted this old paper only for the copper engraving of the Whenelt Interrupter. When I was at High School, I had built a mercury interruptor under alcohol very similar to the "woodpecker" (to drive a Rhumkorff coil) I have still the blueprint somewhere, I will search for it.

    Bruce wrote : Something seems off with the reasoning here. I don't view a field of two megavolts per metre as extraordinary and I am surprised that it is thought that this would be large enough to drive nuclei together. To gain perspective here, think about the electrically active neurons in the brain. Neurons work by creating a charge separation across their external cell membranes which is on the order of 100 millivolts. The membrane itself is on the order of 10 nanometres, so the field across the membrane is 1E-1V / 1E-8m = 1E+7V/m or 10 volts per metre which is 5 times larger than the field mentioned in the passage here. So why isn't this membrane field generating nuclear transmutations?

    Longview, fabrice DAVID and Wyttenbach like this.



    Our friend Jean-Luc Biberian could answer this question better than me.

    I have just read with great sadness the death of our friend Michael Melich. I send my sincere condolences to Marianne Macy.


    I am very grateful to Michael Melich for introducing me to Charlie Entenmann, who was funding LENR research in Sarasota. Their work on fusion diodes gave rise to a patent.


    I was translating in French his article "Transport In Water" about interfaces in biology and physics. I wanted to send him an issue of EFFERVESCIENCES with his article. (EFFERVESCIENCES is a diary of the kind of INFINITE ENERGY, but more focused on biology and medicine, but in which I often reported on our work in Cold Fusion.)


    Michael will miss us.

    En ce triste jour, comment ne pas penser à Eugène Canseliet, alias Fulcanelli, auteur du fameux livre « Le mystère des Cathédrales » dédié en partie à Notre-Dame de Paris ? Canseliet, professeur au CNAM, était le grand spécialiste français du palladium.

    The results of Zihan Xu Hong Kong Polytechnic University are very interesting. But the same question arises with the "breathers" in the DNA or in the NAE: if we extract thermal energy from the agitation of the ambient molecules, this fact contradicts the laws of thermodynamics.


    It is not possible to create energy from nothing.


    On the other hand, it is undoubtedly possible to use the energy of the infrared photons, including BEFORE their emission. (virtual photons) The photon cannot came from outside the device, because CuCl is strongly opaque to the infrared rays. (it was used as an infrared filter in the old movie theaters projectors. The solution is the hot source, and the diode CU/graphène/gold is the cold source.


    This solves the problem.

    I agree with the reflections outlined above. You will forgive me for explaining my molecular biologist's point of view, but "out of the box" ideas are often interesting: The DNA molecule is a good model of our "NAE" alloys. A deoxyribonucleic acid molecule is a chain of anharmonic oscillators. The speed of each atom does not obey the Riemann-Boltzman statistic, as in a gas. It is shown that there are "warmer" zones where atomic movements are faster (Breathers). I think that to respect the laws of thermodynamics (do not create energy from nothing) there must be colder areas that I call "Freezers". Obviously, 14 billion years of biological evolution have used this phenomenon. But it is another story.

    This phenomenon also exists in our alloys, in particular in palladium hydride, but also in other alloys. Hot spots are useless for LENR, but in the freezers, the isotopes of hydrogen are a few Kelvins. They can condense to form a Bose-Einstein Condensate.