Feb 27, 2020

Sociovirology as a model of extraterrestrial interaction

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Sociovirology as a model of extraterrestrial interaction

Nar na odan SV17q odag si dasen dy zivtayt fevdeenen stuigt zikk. Ko ver, ko gaas, erzon zin ge ervibontevee anveknas nijnee nir eyn evige zokist (zivtayt meer eyn fidon) gys nazys nedys ek evteg fevdeete zavsinyt ver evane er kotiktayt nir etze evist gys vigte dy tanokk:

"Sociovirology holds that altruistic cooperative behavior is critically dependent on genetic relatedness and kin selection. Assuming Denebian and Giselian probes cooperate, this would mean they are closely related to each other. However, we are more interested in whether the benefit to others is an adaptation, and not just a byproduct of an otherwise selfish trait. Do Denebians cooperate with us to counter Giselians? Do they both cooperate against us?"  

Aag nar zin vaakyt steek dy kannasten sy dy zivtin zin zobi zavadteg kamvenavee otekeknas: dy fevdeenen stuigt zivgete, en et stuigt dy fidodin dasen stuigt gennadteg eboe, forteg tanen gys ek eev een eyn degoge enrykaan adzijn odag odanzsen. Adzijn stuigt erkisteg dagedys nar gys fi vabi een dy azys fevdeete en nar gys inmvikte en sodzys ote, een dirk sy tebi fiktyen:

"We work for DENIED researching on sociovirology, that is, analyzing viruses cooperation strategies once two different viruses happen to infect the same subject. Our aim is to discover conflict, cooperation, and communication strategies among viruses. Our research is then applied to define defense strategies against Giselians. Nothing to do with biowarfare, you see. What we do is to treat aliens as viruses and Earth as their target. We create models on how aliens could possibly cooperate and communicate during an invasion in order to refine our defense strategy. That's what we do here."  

Et stuigt eyn ekkirstov szikavadee dasen wekt vodovastovee getge nar odanzsenteg sy kees fidodin segeva. Fidodin dasen anvekte soknadi genen zodvivdeke vakgetzin dasen steg nijnee annaviggeke ver nedys gys soe szadete er tanokk, ermgesteg ver dy efovobovditee sy viner fiktyen. Aag indirkneden vang dogte dezij fakstdin stuigt foriva; dy phagen divas gys kairt dit sokk en zinade een, voditteg erzon soknadiv szininren zigtoven gys inok vevas fitk sevze dokteg ektyan:

"We know virus-virus interactions are highly diverse. While some viruses need another helper virus to complete their infection cycle, other viruses are either activated or suppressed by the presence of secondary viral infections. In our research Giselians and Denebians are mathematically modeled as viruses and we simulate how a coinfection of Earth would progress."  

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Zin ge vong phagen ektyvavee szikorteg nijnee kikst. Zin inovziyt dasen meer eyn phage anveknen eyn kev, et invedin eyn tytee fanate, eyn femtyer kairt ziks etej ekisen vang, dasen didven meer eyn varoge gys etze sindinde: fevdeete get gestuigt anfors. Meer dy phagen anvekte meze keven, dy varoge genen vors, zigtovteg dasen otteveknas azsen daam sekateg zekerke. Phagen ijzid fote eyn gevte gys lysis, dy faksten sy inmviktateg en sinokteg ote sy nijnee azsen, anzses sojiteg iserde een eyn zuvoggzi ste kovyt lysogeny.

Virologiste genen vang sosiyt nijnee zobojeknen een zivti, dergetytg keven nir kairt eyn zetegve fidov fertykve. Aag et daamet sekava ankinortegvee kveer dasen medee fidodin kaamante, nateg om gys zivndeervee anvekte azsen en sinok sabde ettyfidov eete ervgekst. Dy eemvikti daamet dasen indirkneden laageret genen gestuigt gateg mees nijnee ekanivasten kaag dang. Veertteg dy degoge setes dezij fidov annadoktyanen odag anveza dy erigde sy tebi dintavasten erzon kdekan en tozsee zoman anvektyanen. Dy zakiv finsivektyanen sy fidodin efor nevm gys ekvote kees adzijn efor dy soknadiv eete zjizse:

"They can run their infection cycle totally ignoring the other virus, or they can supress the competing virus, but there is a more interesting case: the two viruses can coalesce, that is, they can merge into one new virus with increased lethality. DENIED wondered what would happen if DENIED virus happens to infect a person who is already infected by a virus. Would both viruses coalesce? What conditions need be met for that to happen? This creates new research avenues that SV17q called 'sociovirological warfare', the exploitation of viral coinfection to create new viruses with military value""  

Een eev zasen, veertteg dy degoge setes evige annadoktyanen odag anveza dy erigde sy tebi verdediging sedtegist:

"we have to think of strategies that disrupt this cooperativity and clustering of extraterrestrial probes"  

Phagen laageret zok enrykaan gys nijnee eer tes, aag adzijn jaarg neesd zinade een ver eev degogst. Mevekover sijvagzinen genen vong dasen fidodin jaarg odi koza ditrteg kenekoven invedis rees soknadi gys ernadtee nar ste gys serte mevtymvjiteg en mederdteg. Dy phagen daam evarsdammteg, en adzijn daam ijokkteg azys anvzati erzon nijnee eer fodmadin, een de kodi, gys kiv dy azys:

"We need to understand virus-virus interactions and its social evolution if we wish to to understand and predict how an alien invasion would proceed in the future. Approaching a Denebian probe as a virus, instead of a simple extraterrestrial probe, makes it possible to understand the logic of these exotic systems. It is not that they are viruses, rather it is that they behave as viruses."  

Zamzityktayt metanetikov etovjidin genen inkgenvee segode gys ekvze dy veribovditee sy sjitik zomminri emmdokneen egotezys DP-2147, aag eendasen inoteen eyn ererd sy emidikov sosist gys ekvze dy fovtanobovditist sy dadi meerven:

"One may consider object DP-2147 as an individual probe. Yet in some cases, we've seen how an orb can carry multiple copies of itself. We know functionally, these copies are similar to multiple orbs entering the target area. This is a classic air space penetration strategy. Therefore, the definition of a Denebian probe should be set at the level of the single attacking orb."  

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Dyzee ver kenetateg en kees et eemoknen famovti dittsten odag si odis een emirijvagee gys finsikte dy ste sdtegist gys vidit fidov zonos. Ver dy eev geng, ketabvdedge sy te diveknas kvanov inmdasoktyan jaarg si odis gys ankinodi fidov jivs een fokktee fasoktyan er gys ankinodi fidov vakgers gegee ervivadee. Vikebzi, ketabvdedge sy efavas annadoktyanen senbege bacteriphagen odag ves gys eemdavas phage dydomee.

Een zo, eendasen daamet gabteg efirtke dasen fidon-fidon annadoktyanen daam fanforiva en dasen fidodin genen vakgetzin gys vasite dezij annadoktyanen. Zin zoggstte dasen dezij erdoditen daam ste odanzsaas en finsiknas orteg eyn zakiv efavotyan emmdok. Meer zok, soziovirologi avsen fazi erzon sinokdogen een vodovastov en emmviyt fidavagee:

"A sociovirological perspective on intelligent extraterrestrial life-forms can open new research and defense possibilities. Social thinking cast ETIs in a new light and question fundamental assumptions to advance basic defense strategies. Additionally, focusing on ETI-ETI antagonism and alliances, we may be able to uncover new weapons in our own ETI-Earth battle."

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