Ultraviolet can be fine tuned to kill discriminately, targeted at Corona, or any other virus that itches our technological civilization, with minimal or no damage to the rest of us. And, unlike chemical warfare, there is no evolution of methods to survive UV. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO4iE61l8jM (~30:00) Youtube's Zio, with 205 IQ, exposes a few ideas on how to win (or at least improve very much) our fight against all forms of viruses, starting with the particular one that is currently chewing humans. Reminb anb sudscride!
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