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AIDS treatment via HIV sonification with bone conduction application

AIDS treatment via HIV sonication with bone conduction
I know this is a long shot, but I will try to give a proposal for AIDS
treatment. There are so many HIV variants that until now there is no
successful vaccine developed.
In the 80's Dr. Ana María Riveron develop a DNA coding that recently I
enhance and use to create a numerical series (not a Time Series) for all
the HIV genome.
Then, the series is another way to look at the full genome, a numerical
This series is what I use to soni*cate all the genome, not using any of
the codon or similar partial info.
This series is what, been numbers, I used to generate audio *les that
could be applied to humans using bone conduction (not ear
conduction). Then by some form of resonance this sound tends to
interact directly with the virus genome, in order to incapacitate it in
some way, i.e. shatter the virus. Take into account that it is a simple
organism, it is a virus.
I think that the sound could be applied using another method or
material channel, but the speakers are the only thing I have at hand
right now.
Also, perhaps with this info at hand, the central nervous system could
detect this virus a priori, before it could infect the human cells. Then in
this way this treatment could be similar to a virus vaccine.
I think that this approach, properly applied, does not have any
secondary e+ects.
Also, it makes no harm.
The normal stereo ear speakers could be used to get bone conduction,
but placing it behind the ears, not above the ears.
Also all of the audio eects, like lters, enhancers, equalizers,
spatial sound, and so on, MUST be DISABLED in the audio
Try this bone conduction HIV soni*cation twice a day, up to 3 to 5 days.
Use the attached audio *les. Note that a limited DNA sequences audio
*les are included. Sent me the results.
Thanks. Octavio.

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