The SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which causes the infectious disease COVID-19, has become the main topic of news in our lives in early 2020. What does its appearance mean? SARS-CoV-2 performs the task of digitizing or quantizing the haplogroups of all people associated with the main scenario of the current world that has come to an end. We have lived the second round of the “dead loop” (see “The Essence of Life on Earth. Ankh – 2”). The Egyptian gods held in their hands its symbol – Ankh (in the images).
Highlights of this stage of development were shown on November 3, 2019, at a concert with an enchanting ice show in honor of the 65th anniversary of the Soviet, Russian, and Ukrainian composer, producer, pianist, and singer Igor Krutoy (see the section “Summarizing the Current Stage and Preparing the Future”).
SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus as a Bio-computer for Digitizing Haplogroups
Now we are at a crossroads and living through a transition period (see the section “Preparing for the Transition Stage. Sharp and F Sharp”). It will divide people into those who go beyond the cycle of Infinity and those who remain in It.
The coronavirus is directly related to this division. And so in early 2020, when the COVID-19 disease began to spread from China to other countries, the world seemed to suspend all projects related to plans for further development.
Areas with detected cases are closed for quarantine. It’s necessary so that it is possible to scan each area for the presence of existing haplogroups, and nothing interferes with this. Only representatives of haplogroups are needed to digitize with help SARS-CoV-2.
Is the coronavirus dangerous? Yes. Therefore, precautions are necessary to avoid infection, putting your life at risk. Human death is not the goal of the coronavirus. But this is a biocomputer that will infect anyone who behaves carelessly. Someone’s body will pass biocomputer tests after infection, and someone will not. Because, unfortunately, fatalities can be massive. Is there a cure for it? No. In any case, its work should continue for the time being.
Genome of the Coronavirus and Human Haplogroup
The coronavirus itself belongs to the group of single-stranded (+)RNA viruses (group IV): “Positive-sense ssRNA viruses (Group IV) have their genome directly utilized as mRNA, with host ribosomes translating it into a single protein that is modified by host and viral proteins to form the various proteins needed for replication.” (The coronavirus has an RNA sequence about 30,000 nucleotides long — wow, the single protein!)
SARS-CoV-2 is not intended to be embedded in DNA and is not passed on to future generations. The results of its work are needed at the current stage. As an RNA virus, it has a very high mutation rate compared to DNA viruses. As far as we can tell, a different coronavirus mutation appears for each human haplogroup. The identified genomes are collected in a single database. They are the results of the work of the coronavirus. From Wikipedia:
“The earliest case of infection currently known is thought to have been found on 17 November 2019. The virus subsequently spread to all provinces of China and more than 150 other countries in Asia, Europe, North America, South America, Africa, and Oceania. … On 11 March 2020, the WHO declared it a pandemic.”