People Are Dying Of COVID PNEUMONIA Because Of Lung Temperature

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ALL the “Experts” have stated that the “novel” coronavirus is unequivocally New and nobody can possibly have antibodies to protect against it. IF that is the case then there Has to be Something Other Than Antibodies that is stopping it, because 80% of the people getting infected are Not getting COVID Pneumonia. So Why are they spending 100% of their efforts developing a “vaccine” that Only Works with antibodies when 80% of the population already has “Something Else” that works against the disease.

So what is this “something else”? WHY aren’t the Experts researching what has been “working” for 80% of those infected. What about the one thing All COVID Pneumonia Patients have in common? The Evidence is Overwhelming, the people getting very sick or dying from COVID-19 pneumonia Are either sedentary seniors with already very low core body temperatures Or people that are constantly being exposed to colder outdoor seasonal temperatures long enough to reduce lower respiratory tract temperatures to that of seniors. The seasonality of colds and flu for most of us in higher latitudes is most acute in spring and fall because those are the seasons we push to be out side with warm cloths on to keep warm But Without Thought as to the cold air we breath into our respiratory tracts and how much we lower our lung temperatures. Quite simply if it is cold enough outside to wear a jacket it is cold enough to affect your lung temperature.

Viruses that cause respiratory infections are Limited to the respiratory tract for one reason and one reason only, it is the only internal part of the human body that is constantly below our core body temperature of 37C. All Human Respiratory viruses only replicate optimally at temperatures below 34C. The Whole reason they are seasonal is because of seasonal temperature swings of the air we breath. The novel coronavirus is especially deadly because it is zoonotic and come from an animal with a core body temperature of 40C and can replicate at higher temperature than human derived viruses but its replication is still limited by a body core temperature of 37C.

Sedentary Seniors have core body temperatures of 35C to 36C simply because of low metabolic rates. They are the hardest hit because there is nothing stopping the novel coronavirus from runaway replication in their colder lungs which can rapidly overwhelm them and cause lethal pneumonia. Their ability to produce a fever is very slight and it seems Institutions these days are reluctant to turn up the heat for environmental reasons. Seniors’ survival rates are very low because there has not been any effective treatment available for them.

Next, those People that are continually exposed to seasonal moderately cold air temperatures that live, commute and work outside for extended periods of time long enough to lower their lung temperatures enough to allow the coronavirus to rapidly replicate in their lower respiratory tracts. Coastal environments and cultural lifestyles all encourage their people into conditions that will lower their respiratory tract temperatures. A new group of workers working in refrigerated environments like the meat industry are also emerging as being extremely vulnerable to “cold lungs” with COVID pneumonia rates almost as high as seniors care homes.

And Finally, we have those People that are unfortunately infected and unwittingly taking fever reducing medications that are actually suppressing our body’s only initial immune defences And reducing the body’s ability to warm up their lungs. And the final nail in the proverbial coffin however Is only partially heated ventilators that are delivering air/oxygen mixtures directly to patient lungs Below 37C degrees and further cooling the lungs and Promoting virus replication. That is why survival rates on ventilators is so low, they are actually cooling the lungs.

It is time to stop looking at infection numbers and start looking at mortality numbers, just who is getting the sickest and who is dying. Yes there are exceptions, but the overwhelming majority of people with COVID pneumonia have One very obvious thing in common, Cold Lungs. So what can be done, first off turn up the damn thermostats in Seniors Care Facilities and at least give them a fighting chance. Daily Hyperthermic Treatments might also reduce the severity of the disease. Outdoor and refrigeration exposed workers should be taking extra precautions to keep their respiratory tract temperatures warmer and exposure times less. Infected patients should stop taking fever reducing medications unless absolutely necessary and for God’s Sake turn up the temperature on the ventilators.

ALL the “Experts” have been so focused on immunity and antibodies and vaccines that they have overlooked the obvious, IF the temperature within the respiratory tract is high enough, the Novel Coronavirus Can Not Replicate and Therefore Can Not Cause COVID-19.
 
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I don't think there are any "experts" in this business. They don't even try to find out why there are 1000 times more infections in the USA and a million times more deaths than a poor country like Vietnam. In fact, all the developed countries have 100 to 1000 times more infections than all underdeveloped countries. They are guessing at the reasons but not trying to find out why. I believe the infections are due to recirculated air in closed buildings in the comfort of HVAC and totally ignoring this root cause in spite of several research papers suggesting viruses can be spread by HVAC. New York has the highest concentration of high rise buildings and people are falling like flies.
 
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The only people dying are those that get COVID pneumonia in the lungs and the universal common factor is a cold respiratory tract in them ALL. Sedentary Seniors with low body core temperatures and then those that live, commute and work in cold outdoor spring air temperatures for long periods of time, just like Wuhan, Italy, Spain, UK, Belgium, France and New York. How about the meat packing industry with people working in refrigerated conditions, cases are through the roof. 80% mortality for patients on ventilators getting cool air directly into their lungs. Then take a look at who is NOT getting the pneumonia, kids with high BMRs and the ability to produce quick fevers, indoor workers that stay warm, poor people who live in crowded conditions but in warmer climates (India with 1.3 billion people and hardly any deaths), California (100,000 on crowded beaches and the hospitals are empty). The common factor is inspired air temperature!
 
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Because it is not for sure that the ones that had it could get it again and if no vaccine the virus would kill almost 800 million lives in the world or more, so we must kill this completely
The strains can jumble up within the host cell and mix and match their little pieces of genetic material to create a new, dramatically different strain.

2.
How Does Coronavirus Attack Your Body?
A virus infects your body by entering healthy cells. There, the invader makes copies of itself and multiplies throughout your body.
The new coronavirus latches its spiky surface proteins to receptors on healthy cells, especially those in your lungs.
Specifically, the viral proteins bust into cells through ACE2 receptors. Once inside, the coronavirus hijacks healthy cells and takes command. Eventually, it kills some of the healthy cells.
Not just the lungs

I am over 60 my families history goes back many years and i will tell you it depends on the individual so do not put old people in any position why the cause of death, everyone in my family living today is over 80 and still alive not sick no nursing home. different cultures live longer because of the diet ,smoking , pollution, many things go into play here
—In 2017, the overall expectation of life at birth was 78.6 years, decreasing from 78.7 in 2016. Between 2016 and 2017, life expectancy at birth decreased by 0.1 year for males (76.2 to 76.1) and did not change for females (81.1). Life expectancy at birth decreased by 0.1 year for the white population (78.9 to 78.8) and the non-Hispanic white population (78.6 to 78.5) between 2016 and 2017. Life expectancy at birth did not change from 2016 for the black population (75.3), the non-Hispanic black population (74.9), and Nobody’s risk is zero when it comes to the Covid-19 coronavirus
To be clear, nobody should feel invulnerable to the coronavirus. Young people are going to contract the disease, a not-insignificant percentage of them are going to get very sick, and a smaller number will die. The rates of severe and deadly cases might not be nearly as high as the older generations that we are worried about, but the data already show that age alone does not make you invincible.
Are life expectation is lower then 80 so when they talk about over 80 it is a very low percentage of 7.8 billion people on earth. However, evidence to date suggests that two groups of people are at a higher risk of getting severe COVID-19 disease. These are older people (that is people over 60 years old); and those with underlying medical conditions (such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer). The risk of severe disease gradually increases with age starting from around 40 years. It's important that adults in this age range protect themselves and in turn protect others that may be more vulnerable.

WE really do not know very much about this virus information is great some is very miss leading depends of the interpretation of the individual.
"If you had mild respiratory symptoms from COVID-19 and were staying at home so as not to infect people, extend your quarantine for another two weeks after recovery to ensure that you don't infect other people," recommended corresponding author Lixin Xie, MD, professor, College of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Chinese PLA General Hospital, Beijing.
The authors had a special message for the medical community: "COVID-19 patients can be infectious even after their symptomatic recovery, so treat the asymptomatic/recently recovered patients as carefully as symptomatic patients."
The researchers emphasized that all of these patients had milder infections and recovered from the disease, and that the study looked at a small number of patients. They noted that it is unclear whether similar results would hold true for more vulnerable patients such as the elderly, those with suppressed immune systems and patients on immunosuppressive therapies.
"Further studies are needed to investigate if the real-time PCR-detected virus is capable of transmission in the later stages of COVID-19 infection," Dr. Xie added.

Researchers have long known that the most frequent cause of the common cold, the rhinovirus, replicates more readily in the slightly cooler environment of the nasal cavity than in the warmer lungs. However, the focus of prior studies has been on how body temperature influenced the virus as opposed to the immune system, said study senior author and Yale professor of immunobiology Akiko Iwasaki.
To investigate the relationship between temperature and immune response, Iwasaki and an interdisciplinary team of Yale researchers spearheaded by Ellen Foxman, a postdoctoral fellow in Iwasaki's lab, examined the cells taken from the airways of mice. They compared the immune response to rhinovirus when cells were incubated at 37 degrees Celsius, or core body temperature, and at the cooler 33 degrees Celsius. "We found that the innate immune response to the rhinovirus is impaired at the lower body temperature compared to the core body temperature," Iwasaki said.


  • Emerging data appears to suggest that cold and dry conditions may facilitate the spread of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
  • However, caution is needed when considering the implications of these findings, which may be subject to confounding. In addition, much of the emerging data for 2019-nCoV has yet to be peer-reviewed.
  • Although warmer climates may slow the spread of 2019-nCoV, relying on weather changes alone to slow the transmission of COVID-19 are unlikely to be sufficient.

The virus does not only live in the lungs , you speak so much of temp, well i live in Montana and we have less counts than the rest of the USA so does this cold weather work better or the heat in the desert

And last thing can the virus really live outside the body if so why all the cleaning of the subway cars and buses and public areas , does it really in any temp , THEY HAVE NO CLUE WHAT THIS CAN DO
 
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First off the virus is strictly a protein and is NOT alive until it affects one of your cells and starts to replicate using your live cell. The key here is optimal replication temperature in which the virus replicated best at, however there is an upper temperature limit at which the virus can no longer replicate or stops multiplying. For the rhinovirus that is 33C, this explains why the rhinovirus can not cause pneumonia, it can not replicate at lung temperatures. As for the COVID virus I believe it can not replicate at temperatures above 36C. If you really read my post above that is why I believe ONLY those people who have lung temperatures below 37C actually can get COVID PNEUMONIA. All those above may get sick but will never develop pneumonia and die. To understand this you have to realize your respiratory tract actually has a significant temperature gradient from your nose to your lungs. Sedentary Seniors actually start out at core body temperatures of 35C to 36C strictly because of low metabolic rates, that is why they are so susceptible to the virus, children on the other hand have very high metabolic rates and much higher core temperatures PLUS the ability to produce fevers very quickly, quite simply the COVID coronavirus can not replicate in the lungs of a child because they are too warm. Non seniors that are dying are those that expose their lungs to cold air for long enough periods to lower lung temperatures enough to allow the virus to replicate, again read the post above.
 
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ALL the “Experts” have stated that the “novel” coronavirus is unequivocally New and nobody can possibly have antibodies to protect against it. IF that is the case then there Has to be Something Other Than Antibodies that is stopping it, because 80% of the people getting infected are Not getting COVID Pneumonia. So Why are they spending 100% of their efforts developing a “vaccine” that Only Works with antibodies when 80% of the population already has “Something Else” that works against the disease.

So what is this “something else”? WHY aren’t the Experts researching what has been “working” for 80% of those infected. What about the one thing All COVID Pneumonia Patients have in common? The Evidence is Overwhelming, the people getting very sick or dying from COVID-19 pneumonia Are either sedentary seniors with already very low core body temperatures Or people that are constantly being exposed to colder outdoor seasonal temperatures long enough to reduce lower respiratory tract temperatures to that of seniors. The seasonality of colds and flu for most of us in higher latitudes is most acute in spring and fall because those are the seasons we push to be out side with warm cloths on to keep warm But Without Thought as to the cold air we breath into our respiratory tracts and how much we lower our lung temperatures. Quite simply if it is cold enough outside to wear a jacket it is cold enough to affect your lung temperature.

Viruses that cause respiratory infections are Limited to the respiratory tract for one reason and one reason only, it is the only internal part of the human body that is constantly below our core body temperature of 37C. All Human Respiratory viruses only replicate optimally at temperatures below 34C. The Whole reason they are seasonal is because of seasonal temperature swings of the air we breath. The novel coronavirus is especially deadly because it is zoonotic and come from an animal with a core body temperature of 40C and can replicate at higher temperature than human derived viruses but its replication is still limited by a body core temperature of 37C.

Sedentary Seniors have core body temperatures of 35C to 36C simply because of low metabolic rates. They are the hardest hit because there is nothing stopping the novel coronavirus from runaway replication in their colder lungs which can rapidly overwhelm them and cause lethal pneumonia. Their ability to produce a fever is very slight and it seems Institutions these days are reluctant to turn up the heat for environmental reasons. Seniors’ survival rates are very low because there has not been any effective treatment available for them.

Next, those People that are continually exposed to seasonal moderately cold air temperatures that live, commute and work outside for extended periods of time long enough to lower their lung temperatures enough to allow the coronavirus to rapidly replicate in their lower respiratory tracts. Coastal environments and cultural lifestyles all encourage their people into conditions that will lower their respiratory tract temperatures. A new group of workers working in refrigerated environments like the meat industry are also emerging as being extremely vulnerable to “cold lungs” with COVID pneumonia rates almost as high as seniors care homes.

And Finally, we have those People that are unfortunately infected and unwittingly taking fever reducing medications that are actually suppressing our body’s only initial immune defences And reducing the body’s ability to warm up their lungs. And the final nail in the proverbial coffin however Is only partially heated ventilators that are delivering air/oxygen mixtures directly to patient lungs Below 37C degrees and further cooling the lungs and Promoting virus replication. That is why survival rates on ventilators is so low, they are actually cooling the lungs.

It is time to stop looking at infection numbers and start looking at mortality numbers, just who is getting the sickest and who is dying. Yes there are exceptions, but the overwhelming majority of people with COVID pneumonia have One very obvious thing in common, Cold Lungs. So what can be done, first off turn up the damn thermostats in Seniors Care Facilities and at least give them a fighting chance. Daily Hyperthermic Treatments might also reduce the severity of the disease. Outdoor and refrigeration exposed workers should be taking extra precautions to keep their respiratory tract temperatures warmer and exposure times less. Infected patients should stop taking fever reducing medications unless absolutely necessary and for God’s Sake turn up the temperature on the ventilators.

ALL the “Experts” have been so focused on immunity and antibodies and vaccines that they have overlooked the obvious, IF the temperature within the respiratory tract is high enough, the Novel Coronavirus Can Not Replicate and Therefore Can Not Cause COVID-19.
This article is well-nourished on common sense, I´ll translate it to Spanish and spread it a bit on my country, we don't have this kind of forums and we have plenty of questions regarding this subjet
 
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I'm not a scientist so I don't completely understand the above. But from what I do understand, this makes the most sense of anything I've read or heard about the virus. Thank you so much for sharing this.
 

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