The Dynamics of Energy Attenuation inHIV/AIDS Patients

Edison A. Enaibe, Akpata Erhieyovwe, Osafile E. Omosede


In this work, we used the constituted carrier wave (CCW) which we developed in a previous study to determine the dynamics of energy attenuation in HIV/AIDS patients. The CCW is the superposition of two incoherent waves, the ‘parasitic wave’ and the ‘host wave’ and it describes the coexistence of the parasite HIV and the human system which of course is now the host. We also used Fourier transform technique to determine quantitatively the spectrum of energy attenuationconveyed by the CCW. It is established in this study, that the reduced velocity of the CCW causes a delay in the energy transfer mechanism which eventually leads to starvation and weakening of the initial strength of the active cells that make up the human biological system. It is shown that in the absence of specific treatment, the HIV infection degenerates to acquire immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) after about92 months (8 years) and this is indicated by the reduced frequency of the energy spectrum. The energy of the CCW which now describes the new biological system of Man after infection with HIVfinally goes to zero - a phenomenon called death, when the multiplier approaches the critical value of 13070 and the time it takes to attain this value is about 126 months (10 years).

Keywords: Energy attenuation, ‘host wave’, ‘parasitic wave’, CCW, HIV/AIDS, ‘third world approximation’.


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