Dropped out of PhD in Computer Science in Machine Learning to go work for Google in LA, then a startup, then my own business. Obsessed with finance and video games.
I thought of a second potential problem in my layman armchair. Every cell that a virus infects, it kills (when the cell dies, the new viruses pop out). But what if the mRNA for a single protein just messes up a cell, without killing it? Possibly worse than just killing it.
The mRNA tricks your cells into making a spike proteinThe alternative is the live adenovirus vector, which tricks your cells into making a spike protein PLUS all the other proteins that make up the adenovirus.So it seems like the former probably can't be any worse unless it "infects" different types of cells.