COVID-19 and the previous 6 other variants were all caused by fungal spore’s

Mar 31, 2020
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Hi,

The pathogens responsible for the corona viruses, were all caused by "Thermally Dimorphic Fungus's”

Therefore, animals were not the original origins of any of the viruses. It was the fungus's I have listed below.

“Thermally Dimorphic Fungus’s” (TDF’s) can exist in the form of both mold and yeast. What is unique about these particular types, is they respond to shifts in temperature by converting between hyphae (22–25°C) and yeast (37°C). This morphologic switch, known as the phase transition, defines the biology and lifestyle of these fungi.


Therefore, it is no coincidence that these types of fungi convert to yeasts once inside the hosts lungs, as the average internal body temperature of a human is 37°C.

A fungus is any member of the group of eukaryotic organisms. This includes yeasts, molds and mushrooms. Fungus are organisms that has their own classification of “life kingdom” which are separate from other eukaryotic life kingdoms like humans.

Most people think mushrooms, mold and yeast are plants, but they are all singled cell organism like us humans! In fact, humans are very similar genetically to fungi and more so than plants. In other words, the DNA in fungi more closely resembles the DNA of the inhabitants of the animal kingdom. We are nearly 100% alike as humans and equally closely related to mushrooms. This is the reason why the fungi's are able to chemically hide and do so much damage to humans.

Thermally Dimorphic fungi, cause infection following inhalation of spores (conidia) into the pulmonary system. Once in the lower respiratory tract, the conidia transform into the yeast phase by secreting enzymes, which is susceptible to phagocytosis by the pulmonary macrophages.

The action of the fungus's feeding on the human cells, is what causes the protein to evolve and that is how the disease(s) actually start. What the fungi's are doing inside the human, is exactly what they do on a forest floor as a mold.

When it is inside a human cell (Animal) and in the form of a yeast, the following is what it does (explanation from ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA ):

NOTE the budding process below is exactly the same as the COVID 19 VIRUS!!!!!!!!!

Asexual reproduction

Typically in asexual reproduction, a single individual gives rise to a genetic duplicate of the progenitor without a genetic contribution from another individual. Perhaps the simplest method of reproduction of fungi is by fragmentation of the thallus, the body of a fungus. Some yeasts, which are single-celled fungi, reproduce by simple cell division, or fission, in which one cell undergoes nuclear division and splits into two daughter cells; after some growth, these cells divide, and eventually a population of cells forms. In filamentous fungi the mycelium may fragment into a number of segments, each of which is capable of growing into a new individual. In the laboratory, fungi are commonly propagated on a layer of solid nutrient agar inoculated either with spores or with fragments of mycelium.

Budding, which is another method of asexual reproduction, occurs in most yeasts and in some filamentous fungi.

In this process, a bud develops on the surface of either the yeast cell or the hypha, with the cytoplasm of the bud being continuous with that of the parent cell.

The nucleus of the parent cell then divides; one of the daughter nuclei migrates into the bud, and the other remains in the parent cell.

The parent cell is capable of producing many buds over its surface by continuous synthesis of cytoplasm and repeated nuclear divisions. After a bud develops to a certain point and even before it is severed from the parent cell, it is itself capable of budding by the same process.

In this way, a chain of cells may be produced.

Eventually, the individual buds pinch off the parent cell and become individual yeast cells.

Buds that are pinched off a hypha of a filamentous fungus behave as spores; that is, they germinate, each giving rise to a structure called a germ tube, which develops into a new hypha.

Although fragmentation, fission, and budding are methods of asexual reproduction in a number of fungi, the majority reproduce asexually by the formation of spores. Spores that are produced asexually are often termed mitospores, and such spores are produced in a variety of ways.

Species of TDF

Several species of TDF, contain important pathogens of humans and other animals. The major human pathogens in this group are:

Blastomyces dermatiditis, Coccidioides immitis/posadasii, Histoplasma capsulatum, Paracoccidioides brasiliensis/lutzii, Sporothrix schenckii, and Talaromyces marneffei (formerly known as Penicillium marneffei).

The majority of these organisms are primary pathogens (as opposed to opportunistic), with the ability to cause disease in healthy humans who encounter them in endemic areas.

Whilst there are thousands of papers already published about the above, the thing that science is missing and why they are not finding a cure, is it is looking for the protein, but doing so in the wrong place.

I have already found several of the corona virus origin's within the above group and continue to cross check the protein bio's I have gathered against the latest data.

The most compelling evidence I have discovered so far, is nothing short of an exact match to the COVID 19 virus protein bio, which is distinctive in that it has multi-polar "buds" or" spikes" and resembles a ships wheel.

This is Paracoccidioides brasiliensis.

It's clinical manifestation is as follows (via Wikipedia):


P. brasiliensis causes mucous membrane ulceration of the mouth and nose with spreading through the lymphatic system. A hypothesis for entry of the fungus to the body is through periodontal membrane.[29][30] The route of infection is assumed to be inhalation following which the infective propagule gives rise to the distinctive multipolar budding yeast forms in the lung resembling a "ship's wheel" seen in histological sections.[9][31] Both immunologically normal and compromised people are at risk for infection.[9] The lungs, lymph nodes, and mucous membrane of the mouth are the most frequently infected tissues.[10]

Now look at the picture below.....



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I have tweeted several heads of state, CNBC, CNN, BBC, SKY just so they can get the scientists to look at the data I have, but no replies.

I may be completely wrong, but why is it that I appear to be the only person on the planet who has joined all of the dots together and figured out in 7 days and nights, what science appears to have missed in over 50 years?

I am desperate to stop people getting and ill and dying and have been up for literally 7 days and nights to figure the answer out.

I am only interested in saving as many of the lives I can from all over the world so need some help to get this info out to the scientists and politicians.

Please spread it about.
 
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From the sound of this, it certainly seems as if at least some few scientists should be at least briefly allocated to checking this out.
 
Mar 31, 2020
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This might support your theory considering the patient zero location. They were developing yeast products in Wuhan.

"the features such as quality, liquid growth state, microscopic feature is as cellular form under opticmicroscope or electron microscope, thalline is spherical in shape, ellipse, oval, lemon shape; Physiological and biochemical property comprises the fermentation of different carbohydrate and the assimilative capacity to carbon source, nitrogen source compound, to physiology characteristics such as salt, alkali, acid, temperature tolerances.Bacterial strain 24M issaccharomycesbelong..."

 
Feb 17, 2020
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Hi,

The pathogens responsible for the corona viruses, were all caused by "Thermally Dimorphic Fungus's”

Therefore, animals were not the original origins of any of the viruses. It was the fungus's I have listed below.

“Thermally Dimorphic Fungus’s” (TDF’s) can exist in the form of both mold and yeast. What is unique about these particular types, is they respond to shifts in temperature by converting between hyphae (22–25°C) and yeast (37°C). This morphologic switch, known as the phase transition, defines the biology and lifestyle of these fungi.


Therefore, it is no coincidence that these types of fungi convert to yeasts once inside the hosts lungs, as the average internal body temperature of a human is 37°C.

A fungus is any member of the group of eukaryotic organisms. This includes yeasts, molds and mushrooms. Fungus are organisms that has their own classification of “life kingdom” which are separate from other eukaryotic life kingdoms like humans.

Most people think mushrooms, mold and yeast are plants, but they are all singled cell organism like us humans! In fact, humans are very similar genetically to fungi and more so than plants. In other words, the DNA in fungi more closely resembles the DNA of the inhabitants of the animal kingdom. We are nearly 100% alike as humans and equally closely related to mushrooms. This is the reason why the fungi's are able to chemically hide and do so much damage to humans.

Thermally Dimorphic fungi, cause infection following inhalation of spores (conidia) into the pulmonary system. Once in the lower respiratory tract, the conidia transform into the yeast phase by secreting enzymes, which is susceptible to phagocytosis by the pulmonary macrophages.

The action of the fungus's feeding on the human cells, is what causes the protein to evolve and that is how the disease(s) actually start. What the fungi's are doing inside the human, is exactly what they do on a forest floor as a mold.

When it is inside a human cell (Animal) and in the form of a yeast, the following is what it does (explanation from ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA ):

NOTE the budding process below is exactly the same as the COVID 19 VIRUS!!!!!!!!!

Asexual reproduction

Typically in asexual reproduction, a single individual gives rise to a genetic duplicate of the progenitor without a genetic contribution from another individual. Perhaps the simplest method of reproduction of fungi is by fragmentation of the thallus, the body of a fungus. Some yeasts, which are single-celled fungi, reproduce by simple cell division, or fission, in which one cell undergoes nuclear division and splits into two daughter cells; after some growth, these cells divide, and eventually a population of cells forms. In filamentous fungi the mycelium may fragment into a number of segments, each of which is capable of growing into a new individual. In the laboratory, fungi are commonly propagated on a layer of solid nutrient agar inoculated either with spores or with fragments of mycelium.

Budding, which is another method of asexual reproduction, occurs in most yeasts and in some filamentous fungi.

In this process, a bud develops on the surface of either the yeast cell or the hypha, with the cytoplasm of the bud being continuous with that of the parent cell.

The nucleus of the parent cell then divides; one of the daughter nuclei migrates into the bud, and the other remains in the parent cell.

The parent cell is capable of producing many buds over its surface by continuous synthesis of cytoplasm and repeated nuclear divisions. After a bud develops to a certain point and even before it is severed from the parent cell, it is itself capable of budding by the same process.

In this way, a chain of cells may be produced.

Eventually, the individual buds pinch off the parent cell and become individual yeast cells.

Buds that are pinched off a hypha of a filamentous fungus behave as spores; that is, they germinate, each giving rise to a structure called a germ tube, which develops into a new hypha.

Although fragmentation, fission, and budding are methods of asexual reproduction in a number of fungi, the majority reproduce asexually by the formation of spores. Spores that are produced asexually are often termed mitospores, and such spores are produced in a variety of ways.

Species of TDF

Several species of TDF, contain important pathogens of humans and other animals. The major human pathogens in this group are:

Blastomyces dermatiditis, Coccidioides immitis/posadasii, Histoplasma capsulatum, Paracoccidioides brasiliensis/lutzii, Sporothrix schenckii, and Talaromyces marneffei (formerly known as Penicillium marneffei).

The majority of these organisms are primary pathogens (as opposed to opportunistic), with the ability to cause disease in healthy humans who encounter them in endemic areas.

Whilst there are thousands of papers already published about the above, the thing that science is missing and why they are not finding a cure, is it is looking for the protein, but doing so in the wrong place.

I have already found several of the corona virus origin's within the above group and continue to cross check the protein bio's I have gathered against the latest data.

The most compelling evidence I have discovered so far, is nothing short of an exact match to the COVID 19 virus protein bio, which is distinctive in that it has multi-polar "buds" or" spikes" and resembles a ships wheel.

This is Paracoccidioides brasiliensis.

It's clinical manifestation is as follows (via Wikipedia):


P. brasiliensis causes mucous membrane ulceration of the mouth and nose with spreading through the lymphatic system. A hypothesis for entry of the fungus to the body is through periodontal membrane.[29][30] The route of infection is assumed to be inhalation following which the infective propagule gives rise to the distinctive multipolar budding yeast forms in the lung resembling a "ship's wheel" seen in histological sections.[9][31] Both immunologically normal and compromised people are at risk for infection.[9] The lungs, lymph nodes, and mucous membrane of the mouth are the most frequently infected tissues.[10]

Now look at the picture below.....



View attachment 302

I have tweeted several heads of state, CNBC, CNN, BBC, SKY just so they can get the scientists to look at the data I have, but no replies.

I may be completely wrong, but why is it that I appear to be the only person on the planet who has joined all of the dots together and figured out in 7 days and nights, what science appears to have missed in over 50 years?

I am desperate to stop people getting and ill and dying and have been up for literally 7 days and nights to figure the answer out.

I am only interested in saving as many of the lives I can from all over the world so need some help to get this info out to the scientists and politicians.

Please spread it about.
The problem is a virus is not a life form , it is like the undead...It does not have the machinery to reproduce. Hence it requires a "host" to invade its cells and reproduce within it using it's reproductive machinery. A fungus is a life form and can reproduce without a host cell. Though it requires a host organism to feed on it reproduces on it's own What you have found is a organism that resembles the virus in apperance . But if can reproduce without invading a host cell ..it isn't a virus.

 
Mar 7, 2020
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Hi,

The pathogens responsible for the corona viruses, were all caused by "Thermally Dimorphic Fungus's”

Therefore, animals were not the original origins of any of the viruses. It was the fungus's I have listed below.

“Thermally Dimorphic Fungus’s” (TDF’s) can exist in the form of both mold and yeast. What is unique about these particular types, is they respond to shifts in temperature by converting between hyphae (22–25°C) and yeast (37°C). This morphologic switch, known as the phase transition, defines the biology and lifestyle of these fungi.


Therefore, it is no coincidence that these types of fungi convert to yeasts once inside the hosts lungs, as the average internal body temperature of a human is 37°C.

A fungus is any member of the group of eukaryotic organisms. This includes yeasts, molds and mushrooms. Fungus are organisms that has their own classification of “life kingdom” which are separate from other eukaryotic life kingdoms like humans.

Most people think mushrooms, mold and yeast are plants, but they are all singled cell organism like us humans! In fact, humans are very similar genetically to fungi and more so than plants. In other words, the DNA in fungi more closely resembles the DNA of the inhabitants of the animal kingdom. We are nearly 100% alike as humans and equally closely related to mushrooms. This is the reason why the fungi's are able to chemically hide and do so much damage to humans.

Thermally Dimorphic fungi, cause infection following inhalation of spores (conidia) into the pulmonary system. Once in the lower respiratory tract, the conidia transform into the yeast phase by secreting enzymes, which is susceptible to phagocytosis by the pulmonary macrophages.

The action of the fungus's feeding on the human cells, is what causes the protein to evolve and that is how the disease(s) actually start. What the fungi's are doing inside the human, is exactly what they do on a forest floor as a mold.

When it is inside a human cell (Animal) and in the form of a yeast, the following is what it does (explanation from ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA ):

NOTE the budding process below is exactly the same as the COVID 19 VIRUS!!!!!!!!!

Asexual reproduction

Typically in asexual reproduction, a single individual gives rise to a genetic duplicate of the progenitor without a genetic contribution from another individual. Perhaps the simplest method of reproduction of fungi is by fragmentation of the thallus, the body of a fungus. Some yeasts, which are single-celled fungi, reproduce by simple cell division, or fission, in which one cell undergoes nuclear division and splits into two daughter cells; after some growth, these cells divide, and eventually a population of cells forms. In filamentous fungi the mycelium may fragment into a number of segments, each of which is capable of growing into a new individual. In the laboratory, fungi are commonly propagated on a layer of solid nutrient agar inoculated either with spores or with fragments of mycelium.

Budding, which is another method of asexual reproduction, occurs in most yeasts and in some filamentous fungi.

In this process, a bud develops on the surface of either the yeast cell or the hypha, with the cytoplasm of the bud being continuous with that of the parent cell.

The nucleus of the parent cell then divides; one of the daughter nuclei migrates into the bud, and the other remains in the parent cell.

The parent cell is capable of producing many buds over its surface by continuous synthesis of cytoplasm and repeated nuclear divisions. After a bud develops to a certain point and even before it is severed from the parent cell, it is itself capable of budding by the same process.

In this way, a chain of cells may be produced.

Eventually, the individual buds pinch off the parent cell and become individual yeast cells.

Buds that are pinched off a hypha of a filamentous fungus behave as spores; that is, they germinate, each giving rise to a structure called a germ tube, which develops into a new hypha.

Although fragmentation, fission, and budding are methods of asexual reproduction in a number of fungi, the majority reproduce asexually by the formation of spores. Spores that are produced asexually are often termed mitospores, and such spores are produced in a variety of ways.

Species of TDF

Several species of TDF, contain important pathogens of humans and other animals. The major human pathogens in this group are:

Blastomyces dermatiditis, Coccidioides immitis/posadasii, Histoplasma capsulatum, Paracoccidioides brasiliensis/lutzii, Sporothrix schenckii, and Talaromyces marneffei (formerly known as Penicillium marneffei).

The majority of these organisms are primary pathogens (as opposed to opportunistic), with the ability to cause disease in healthy humans who encounter them in endemic areas.

Whilst there are thousands of papers already published about the above, the thing that science is missing and why they are not finding a cure, is it is looking for the protein, but doing so in the wrong place.

I have already found several of the corona virus origin's within the above group and continue to cross check the protein bio's I have gathered against the latest data.

The most compelling evidence I have discovered so far, is nothing short of an exact match to the COVID 19 virus protein bio, which is distinctive in that it has multi-polar "buds" or" spikes" and resembles a ships wheel.

This is Paracoccidioides brasiliensis.

It's clinical manifestation is as follows (via Wikipedia):


P. brasiliensis causes mucous membrane ulceration of the mouth and nose with spreading through the lymphatic system. A hypothesis for entry of the fungus to the body is through periodontal membrane.[29][30] The route of infection is assumed to be inhalation following which the infective propagule gives rise to the distinctive multipolar budding yeast forms in the lung resembling a "ship's wheel" seen in histological sections.[9][31] Both immunologically normal and compromised people are at risk for infection.[9] The lungs, lymph nodes, and mucous membrane of the mouth are the most frequently infected tissues.[10]

Now look at the picture below.....



View attachment 302

I have tweeted several heads of state, CNBC, CNN, BBC, SKY just so they can get the scientists to look at the data I have, but no replies.

I may be completely wrong, but why is it that I appear to be the only person on the planet who has joined all of the dots together and figured out in 7 days and nights, what science appears to have missed in over 50 years?

I am desperate to stop people getting and ill and dying and have been up for literally 7 days and nights to figure the answer out.

I am only interested in saving as many of the lives I can from all over the world so need some help to get this info out to the scientists and politicians.

Please spread it about.
Hi,

The pathogens responsible for the corona viruses, were all caused by "Thermally Dimorphic Fungus's”

Therefore, animals were not the original origins of any of the viruses. It was the fungus's I have listed below.

“Thermally Dimorphic Fungus’s” (TDF’s) can exist in the form of both mold and yeast. What is unique about these particular types, is they respond to shifts in temperature by converting between hyphae (22–25°C) and yeast (37°C). This morphologic switch, known as the phase transition, defines the biology and lifestyle of these fungi.


Therefore, it is no coincidence that these types of fungi convert to yeasts once inside the hosts lungs, as the average internal body temperature of a human is 37°C.

A fungus is any member of the group of eukaryotic organisms. This includes yeasts, molds and mushrooms. Fungus are organisms that has their own classification of “life kingdom” which are separate from other eukaryotic life kingdoms like humans.

Most people think mushrooms, mold and yeast are plants, but they are all singled cell organism like us humans! In fact, humans are very similar genetically to fungi and more so than plants. In other words, the DNA in fungi more closely resembles the DNA of the inhabitants of the animal kingdom. We are nearly 100% alike as humans and equally closely related to mushrooms. This is the reason why the fungi's are able to chemically hide and do so much damage to humans.

Thermally Dimorphic fungi, cause infection following inhalation of spores (conidia) into the pulmonary system. Once in the lower respiratory tract, the conidia transform into the yeast phase by secreting enzymes, which is susceptible to phagocytosis by the pulmonary macrophages.

The action of the fungus's feeding on the human cells, is what causes the protein to evolve and that is how the disease(s) actually start. What the fungi's are doing inside the human, is exactly what they do on a forest floor as a mold.

When it is inside a human cell (Animal) and in the form of a yeast, the following is what it does (explanation from ENCYCLOPÆDIA BRITANNICA ):

NOTE the budding process below is exactly the same as the COVID 19 VIRUS!!!!!!!!!

Asexual reproduction

Typically in asexual reproduction, a single individual gives rise to a genetic duplicate of the progenitor without a genetic contribution from another individual. Perhaps the simplest method of reproduction of fungi is by fragmentation of the thallus, the body of a fungus. Some yeasts, which are single-celled fungi, reproduce by simple cell division, or fission, in which one cell undergoes nuclear division and splits into two daughter cells; after some growth, these cells divide, and eventually a population of cells forms. In filamentous fungi the mycelium may fragment into a number of segments, each of which is capable of growing into a new individual. In the laboratory, fungi are commonly propagated on a layer of solid nutrient agar inoculated either with spores or with fragments of mycelium.

Budding, which is another method of asexual reproduction, occurs in most yeasts and in some filamentous fungi.

In this process, a bud develops on the surface of either the yeast cell or the hypha, with the cytoplasm of the bud being continuous with that of the parent cell.

The nucleus of the parent cell then divides; one of the daughter nuclei migrates into the bud, and the other remains in the parent cell.

The parent cell is capable of producing many buds over its surface by continuous synthesis of cytoplasm and repeated nuclear divisions. After a bud develops to a certain point and even before it is severed from the parent cell, it is itself capable of budding by the same process.

In this way, a chain of cells may be produced.

Eventually, the individual buds pinch off the parent cell and become individual yeast cells.

Buds that are pinched off a hypha of a filamentous fungus behave as spores; that is, they germinate, each giving rise to a structure called a germ tube, which develops into a new hypha.

Although fragmentation, fission, and budding are methods of asexual reproduction in a number of fungi, the majority reproduce asexually by the formation of spores. Spores that are produced asexually are often termed mitospores, and such spores are produced in a variety of ways.

Species of TDF

Several species of TDF, contain important pathogens of humans and other animals. The major human pathogens in this group are:

Blastomyces dermatiditis, Coccidioides immitis/posadasii, Histoplasma capsulatum, Paracoccidioides brasiliensis/lutzii, Sporothrix schenckii, and Talaromyces marneffei (formerly known as Penicillium marneffei).

The majority of these organisms are primary pathogens (as opposed to opportunistic), with the ability to cause disease in healthy humans who encounter them in endemic areas.

Whilst there are thousands of papers already published about the above, the thing that science is missing and why they are not finding a cure, is it is looking for the protein, but doing so in the wrong place.

I have already found several of the corona virus origin's within the above group and continue to cross check the protein bio's I have gathered against the latest data.

The most compelling evidence I have discovered so far, is nothing short of an exact match to the COVID 19 virus protein bio, which is distinctive in that it has multi-polar "buds" or" spikes" and resembles a ships wheel.

This is Paracoccidioides brasiliensis.

It's clinical manifestation is as follows (via Wikipedia):


P. brasiliensis causes mucous membrane ulceration of the mouth and nose with spreading through the lymphatic system. A hypothesis for entry of the fungus to the body is through periodontal membrane.[29][30] The route of infection is assumed to be inhalation following which the infective propagule gives rise to the distinctive multipolar budding yeast forms in the lung resembling a "ship's wheel" seen in histological sections.[9][31] Both immunologically normal and compromised people are at risk for infection.[9] The lungs, lymph nodes, and mucous membrane of the mouth are the most frequently infected tissues.[10]

Now look at the picture below.....



View attachment 302

I have tweeted several heads of state, CNBC, CNN, BBC, SKY just so they can get the scientists to look at the data I have, but no replies.

I may be completely wrong, but why is it that I appear to be the only person on the planet who has joined all of the dots together and figured out in 7 days and nights, what science appears to have missed in over 50 years?

I am desperate to stop people getting and ill and dying and have been up for literally 7 days and nights to figure the answer out.

I am only interested in saving as many of the lives I can from all over the world so need some help to get this info out to the scientists and politicians.

Please spread it about.
 
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The problem is a virus is not a life form , it is like the undead...It does not have the machinery to reproduce. Hence it requires a "host" to invade its cells and reproduce within it using it's reproductive machinery. A fungus is a life form and can reproduce without a host cell. Though it requires a host organism to feed on it reproduces on it's own What you have found is a organism that resembles the virus in apperance . But if can reproduce without invading a host cell ..it isn't a virus.

Budding yeast is viral. University of China has already confirmed this.


 
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Budding yeast is viral. University of China has already confirmed this.


Coronavirus

(unranked):Virus
Realm:Riboviria
Phylum:incertae sedis
Order:Nidovirales
Family:Coronaviridae
Subfamily:Orthocoronavirinae




Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Kingdom:Fungi
Division:Ascomycota
Class:Saccharomycetes
Order:Saccharomycetales
Family:Saccharomycetaceae
Genus:Saccharomyces
Species:S. cerevisiae
 
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Aiii. I sense quiet a few fundamental errors :unsure:


1.)
The pathogens responsible for the corona viruses, were all caused by "Thermally Dimorphic Fungus's”
This is your claim. Besides the fact, that the ssRNA genome of the SARS-CoV-19 is already known. Let´s go:

2.)
Fungus are organisms that has their own classification of “life kingdom” which are separate from other eukaryotic life kingdoms like humans.

...but they are all singled cell organism like us humans! In fact, humans are very similar genetically to fungi and more so than plants.
Aiiiii. This one here hurts a lot.
Let´s get it straight:
There are 6 different "life kingdoms":
Bacteria
Archaea
Viruses
Fungi
Algae
and Protists
Fungi can be single-celled or multicellular organisms. They are predominantly found in soil or on plants, but they have been discovered in almost every other habitat on earth.
But yes, they can also pose threats to human health, for example, candida infections.

An no... just absolutely no... xD humans are NOT single-celled organisms...
By genetic facts, only approx. 10-20% of your body´s genetics, actually truly belongs to your own, personal genetics. The rest are other, single- and multi-cellular organisms.
Humans are a "single body". And by far the most part of it, are microbiomes. Such as our belly flora f.e.
The genetic similarity between humans and fungi really varies of what exact breed of fungi you are talking about. Bananas have a very similar genome like us humans, as an example for plants.

3.)
In other words, the DNA in fungi more closely resembles the DNA of the inhabitants of the animal kingdom. We are nearly 100% alike as humans and equally closely related to mushrooms.

This is the reason why the fungi's are able to chemically hide and do so much damage to humans
This claim misses too many factors to be count, before doing a finished statement, as you say here. Overall I´d say it is half correct, but also half wrong. By fact, mushrooms can not easily "hide" from our immune systems. As nothing can easily hide from it. Good police our body has.

4.)
NOTE the budding process below is exactly the same as the COVID 19 VIRUS!!!!!!!!!

Asexual reproduction

Typically in asexual reproduction, a single individual gives rise to a genetic duplicate of the progenitor without a genetic contribution from another individual.
....
The nucleus of the parent cell then divides; one of the daughter nuclei migrates into the bud, and the other remains in the parent cell

In this way, a chain of cells may be produced.
Basically one can say, this is almost a description for the process of DNA transcription. You would need to direct this statement more specific towards this fungi you are reporting about.

Someone already said it in the comment section. A mandatory difference between a virus and a fungi is that, a virus "lives and reacts" through bio-chemistry. And entirely through it. It is not really a "living thing", like a fungi. Therefor needs a host cell to "hijack" it´s genome in order to reproduce.

So far by my knowledge, the process of incubation of this CoviD-19 has been monitored often enough to proof it´s existence to be a virus, and not a yeast-fungi.

5.)
I have already found several of the corona virus origin's within the above group and continue to cross check the protein bio's I have gathered against the latest data.

The most compelling evidence I have discovered so far, is nothing short of an exact match to the COVID 19 virus protein bio, which is distinctive in that it has multi-polar "buds" or" spikes" and resembles a ships wheel.

Now look at the picture below.....
View attachment 302
You must ask yourself, what are those "buds" or "spikes" in the matter of Molecular Biology? The media calls it so stupid, I can not listen to them anymore. So might be a good homework for you to find that out. I think if you already did, you might have call it also as it is supposed to be called.

There are already quiet many patents regarding different Coronaviruses. Just google it up. It´s properties for proteinase are very famous, therefor I suppose that was initiated by mutation to phenotypically appear so different for you.

Not to forget, there are already two known mutations of the SARS-CoV-19. One more dangerous, another less dangerous.

6.)
I may be completely wrong, but why is it that I appear to be the only person on the planet who has joined all of the dots together and figured out in 7 days and nights, what science appears to have missed in over 50 years?
Science did not miss it :) the properties are still very clear about, that it is a virus and not a fungi. If it was the fungi that you say so, then the symptoms would have a less vast variety, then it does already.
Asymptomatic would be much less possible then it is. And the spread of it might create a cluster of spores, and won´t need a phenotypical CoviD-19 looking vector to spread.

Through autopsy on CoviD-19 patient bodies, I don´t think they won´t have notice if it was a fungi and not a virus.

Or maybe you want to give more specialzed statements about this fungi. I will research about it when I have time. Or maybe you can collect some study papers together for me already.

I am also pretty busy nowadays.

Edit: no Wikipedia links please ^^

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Here you can see some strong differencies in their phenotypes.
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis

and

SARS-CoV + MERS-CoV
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MERS-CoV

And some other, interesting studies.

Identification of Coronavius Isolated from a Patient in Korea with CoviD-19

Viral Architecture of SARS-CoV-2 with Post-Fusion Spike
 
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Aiii. I sense quiet a few fundamental errors :unsure:



This is your claim. Besides the fact, that the ssRNA genome of the SARS-CoV-19 is already known. Let´s go:


Aiiiii. This one here hurts a lot.
Let´s get it straight:
There are 6 different "life kingdoms":
Bacteria
Archaea
Viruses
Fungi
Algae
and Protists
Fungi can be single-celled or multicellular organisms. They are predominantly found in soil or on plants, but they have been discovered in almost every other habitat on earth.
But yes, they can also pose threats to human health, for example, candida infections.

An no... just absolutely no... xD humans are NOT single-celled organisms...
By genetic facts, only approx. 10-20% of your body´s genetics, actually truly belongs to your own, personal genetics. The rest are other, single- and multi-cellular organisms.
Humans are a "single body". And by far the most part of it, are microbiomes. Such as our belly flora f.e.
The genetic similarity between humans and fungi really varies of what exact breed of fungi you are talking about. Bananas have a very similar genome like us humans, as an example for plants.


This claim misses too many factors to be count, before doing a finished statement, as you say here. Overall I´d say it is half correct, but also half wrong. By fact, mushrooms can not easily "hide" from our immune systems. As nothing can easily hide from it. Good police our body has.


Basically one can say, this is almost a description for the process of DNA transcription. You would need to direct this statement more specific towards this fungi you are reporting about.

Someone already said it in the comment section. A mandatory difference between a virus and a fungi is that, a virus "lives and reacts" through bio-chemistry. And entirely through it. It is not really a "living thing", like a fungi. Therefor needs a host cell to "hijack" it´s genome in order to reproduce.

So far by my knowledge, the process of incubation of this CoviD-19 has been monitored often enough to proof it´s existence to be a virus, and not a yeast-fungi.


You must ask yourself, what are those "buds" or "spikes" in the matter of Molecular Biology? The media calls it so stupid, I can not listen to them anymore. So might be a good homework for you to find that out. I think if you already did, you might have call it also as it is supposed to be called.

There are already quiet many patents regarding different Coronaviruses. Just google it up. It´s properties for proteinase are very famous, therefor I suppose that was initiated by mutation to phenotypically appear so different for you.

Not to forget, there are already two known mutations of the SARS-CoV-19. One more dangerous, another less dangerous.



Science did not miss it :) the properties are still very clear about, that it is a virus and not a fungi. If it was the fungi that you say so, then the symptoms would have a less vast variety, then it does already.
Asymptomatic would be much less possible then it is. And the spread of it might create a cluster of spores, and won´t need a phenotypical CoviD-19 looking vector to spread.

Through autopsy on CoviD-19 patient bodies, I don´t think they won´t have notice if it was a fungi and not a virus.

Or maybe you want to give more specialzed statements about this fungi. I will research about it when I have time. Or maybe you can collect some study papers together for me already.

I am also pretty busy nowadays.

Edit: no Wikipedia links please ^^

Edit+:

Here you can see some strong differencies in their phenotypes.
Paracoccidioides brasiliensis

and

SARS-CoV + MERS-CoV
______

MERS-CoV

And some other, interesting studies.

Identification of Coronavius Isolated from a Patient in Korea with CoviD-19

Viral Architecture of SARS-CoV-2 with Post-Fusion Spike
Not to mention there is also *I believe.... a size difference that equates to several magnitudes, between a single celled life form and a virus such as the Sars COV2 or COVID 19 virus.
 
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Okay , my curiousity is endless so " You made me look" LOL


Coronavirus COVID 19

70–90 nm in size


Microscopically, yeast cells of this fungus are large (8–12 µm in diameter

µm = micrometer or 1 millionth of a meter.

So 8-12 millionths of a meter compared to 70-90 nanometers

One 1000th of a micrometer is a nanometer, or nm.

It appears hundreds if not thousands to tens of thousands or even more of Coronaviruses could live inside a single fungus cell!
 
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Those spikes are a receptor protein, I think S. It attaches the virus to external ACE2 protein on human cells. Much is known about viral reproduction and I think you should check it out. It is quite interesting.
 
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I’m from Brazil and we have patients with paraccocidioidomycosis here. The clinical manifestation is jot like covid-19.
its a prolonged infection, with weight loss, ulcerations, granulomatosis, ct scan is similar to covid, however it does not develops so quickly
 

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