Very. The good doctor needs to be a little less orthodox here.
>which is a semiconductor.. is also good...
It looks very plausible. I think there is a good chance that it would
work. It is ironic that electronic medicine had to re-enter through the
back door of drugs after all. But so what-- it did.
And with amazing results, if true.
What are the consequences of having an easily available drug that kills
(almost) all infectious diseases? Probably mostly good but I can think
of some that aren't.
It's a problem I can live with though :-)
Thanks for the tip, Jerry.