posted on Nov, 29 2013 @ 07:37 PM
This should come sooner then later, a cure for blood viruses and cancerous cells using machinery.
This would be the size of three red blood cells stacked.
A hollow elastic cone sets the direction of travel for the shell.
The hollow in the center is for using the varying blood pressures for electricity, similar to how axons do.
A lithium battery works as a nano capacitor.
The hollow has a screen that catches viruses and cancerous cells.
The screen electrocutes the viruses.
The waste is chopped at the butt of the cone before it gets sent back into the blood.
Or we can keep funding scientists to grow bacteria and mold like penicillum in a trial and error method of curing these diseases. Honestly, I think it
would be fiscally responsible to shift all major research over to artificial cells.
I sent basic diagrams to the UK-LMC
The Laser Micromachining Facility has the facilities to construct these..., but it is a privately funded center and there is no current financial
backer for medical nanotechnologies at the facility.
- Dr. Naureen Rizvi Managing Director