Mysterious, maybe, but what is its effectiveness against humans and how long until it is recognized?
Can you say this virus is not harmful to humans?
It's like a Z80 Spectrum virus infecting a Windows computer.
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You can prove me wrong by showing only one human getting sick from the virus.
However, there's no way to prove it is not dangerous to any humans. there's no possible proof for that, same as there's no possible proof that there's no invisible pink unicorn. I can say nobody has gotten sick from this virus, so far, but that doesn't preclude the possibility of one of the 7 billion humans on the planet possibly having a weirdly specific allergy to this particular virus, nor that it isn't possible for a human to be born with a mutation that makes them vulnerable to this virus. Goal posts can always shift further and further away. and same as the pink unicorn, I don't need to take the concern seriously. Both are unfalsifiable claims. in the strictest logical sense, they're not false. but there's no way to prove they are false either, so worrying about a potentially dangerous virus is just as reasonable as worrying about dangerous invisible pink unicorns, menacing orbital teapots, flying spaghetti monsters or the vengeful diety of your choice. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence, but if we ran in a panic at every unfalsifiable claim, nobody would ever leave their beds.
Interesting, I thought we don't have a definition for "alive".
How else would one define what a single log reduction (one tenth of virus particles surviving) means per given "UV dose" or fluence.