Category Archives: Real Science

Occasional notes about my day job: curing cancer, cloning, that sort of thing, you know

Formulating COVID-19 Synthetic Vaccine Doses

This little benchtop experiment can dose about a thousand people, but the process can be scaled up to industrial strength. Continue reading

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Recipe for making COVID-19 vaccine in three days

I’m trying to reach past the government officials and billionaires to get to the people who can actually do this work. Continue reading

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My Old Neglected Vaccine Could Nail COVID-19

Given the gravity of the matter at hand—namely life or death by COVID-19—I think it’s time my old vaccine method got a second look. Continue reading

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They’re fighting coronavirus with a weapon I designed

Someday, the CoVID-19 strain of coronavirus and all its evil kin will be annihilated by drugs made with the help of a method I created decades ago. Continue reading

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My Astronaut Application

I found the NASA receipt for my astronaut application while digging through a drawer of dusty old documents the other day. Continue reading

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The Islands of Seattle

I intend to keep visiting Alki Beach while I still can. I guess that means I’ll need a new pair of wading boots. Better make them hip-waders. Continue reading

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The volcanic landscape of Gale Crater, Mars

As the Mars rover Curiosity explores the landscape of Gale Crater, a 96 mile (154 km) wide hole in the planet with an imposing 3.4 mile (18 km) high central peak in its middle, a scientific conundrum has been reported … Continue reading

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Viruses, viruses, everywhere

Let’s hope the mutation rate of EnteroVirus D68 slows down a bit. Otherwise, we may be looking at big trouble. Continue reading

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Ebola vaccine overnight!

I could use methods I developed years ago, to create an ebola vaccine overnight. No, really. Continue reading

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Ebola vaccine–why so slow?

If you try to create a vaccine that causes a rip-roaring response in every vaccinated person, you are liable to create a vaccine that causes a lot of side-effects, up to and including death. Continue reading

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