Our Research on COVID-19
The Global Energy Parliament Research Centre has been researching SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the Covid-19 disease. Its work involves applying the I-Theory to better understand the virus's actions and structure, especially at the subatomic level. This is something presently below the radar of medical science, yet urgently in need of being understood. The mutations of the Delta variant are being analysed along these lines in order to define a new treatment.
We are seeking collaborations with interested biotech laboratories.
In the February 2021 issue of Advances in Microbiology, a peer-reviewed journal, H.H. Swami Isa and Dr. Christophe Dumas published an article, entitled “An analysis of SARS-CoV-2 on the molecular and subatomic levels through applied I-Theory.” It illustrates the probable reasons why the virus is so destructive and suggests new areas of research to overcome the pandemic. (Read our Press Release)
Communications to Governments
In March 2020, GEP communicated suggestions to governments about research on the Covid-19 virus and its origins, as well as suggestions for how to minimize the social and economic impacts of the pandemic. Several heads of government, including Spain and India, responded warmly to the timely suggestions.
In July 2020, recommendations developed at the session of parliament were also communicated to governments.
We are continuing our communications to governments suggesting them to look at the subatomic structure of SARS-CoV-2 and especially related to genetic modifications.