of the viral cotangent suggests an incubation period
of 24 to 25 days, after which it releases
an enzyme that rapidly dissolves brain tissue, causing
violent headaches, leading to vomiting and death within
attempts to manufacture an antidote to target its
DNA or neutralize its attacking enzyme have proven
all but futile.
latest research of the virus's primary molecular
trigger mechanism (shown left) indicates
an unusually high level of human-genome interaction
at the base-level.
would appear to indicate the virus has been
genetically altered and enhanced in
it's potency against human DNA. Given it's properties,
there is a strong possibility the virus is
lab tests on animal subjects have proven
that in it's current form, the virus
has absolutely no effect.
positive sign that we can report is
that it is partially dependant on human
tissue. We estimate it
will degrade to within 5 parts per 10,000
- an atmospheric percentage of 0.05%
within 12 to 18 months. This
would be an acceptable exposure limit,
although we would still recommend chemical
gas masks as a precautionary measure.