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Originally Posted by hirolla888 View Post
Ever thought that maybe this thread is part of OP's research? After all as the title suggests folding doesn't make sense to him/her.

I don't think any OCN members will turn away from folding because of this thread, and if they do then they could probably just as easily be turned back lol.

Everyone needs to understand that for most new OCN members F@H is a strange project and it's usually approached with some scepticism (I know I did my fair share of research before starting to fold, I even read a few of the publications that used F@H data before being convinced that it's a worth while cause), some may just be more sceptical than others and that's when these kinds of threads are born. Hating on OP isn't doing anyone any good! Explain things logically and maybe we will have ourselves another folder at the end of this.
There are all kinds of posts of this nature all over the internet.
It baffles me that people feel the need to question the project all the time.
If you cant fold, just to fold. Maybe you should find something else to do.
There are a million other things you could get into.
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post #42 of 49
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Just my 2 cents on this.

Considering following facts:
- Cancer, alzheimer,etc industry keeps billions of dollars flowing each day, making some people in the decision-making chairs very rich, and actually keeping a huge part our monetary system and economy working.
- Cancer etc related healthcare, pharmacy industry, and serving companies of these are giving work for MILLIONS of people world wide, each day.
- Healthcare and pharmacy industry is giving a good 15-20% of each modern countrys GDP. (waitaminute, if those industries are working well, does that not mean, they are selling more medicaments and treatments? That just means, the sicker a country is, the better the GDP grows... LOL?)
- Monetary interest is the ONLY REAL motivating point of our economy.

And you are working at home for free, wasting resources (?), to find a HEAL for cancer?
Or find just another half-working treatment, that will cost a lot of money for the patients?

Dont misunderstand me, sure it is a noble act, and the theoretical benefits are awesome, but... what if they REALLY will be able to heal it some day?

Considering just logical, sure, a lot of people healed, and happy, but all those billion dollar industries, will be useless, and destroyed, and additional millions of people without work. Consider the waste amount of vitamins, food additionals, medical centers, useless experimental cures for LOTS of money, and lots of HOPE, for lots of money... all that will be gone.

So whos interest is it, to actually really 100% HEAL those diseases? Yours? Maybe. But surely NONE of those people, who you Fold@Home for, or those industries, the univeristy does science for.

Maybe they already found a cure, but will never release it for everyones use. Maybe IF a cure ever gets out, and it ever comes to mass healing of people, they just have drop in their next man-made disease, where they can "work" on it for years... and let keep your mouth shout too with HELPING to find the cure... wich already exists, but there is no interest (yet) to release it. And the circle of pharma-industry just goes on-and-on.

Still no cure for AIDS? Since... 30-40 years? Anyone wondering why?
Because these industries earn LOTS of money with partially working therapy, medicaments, keeping the fruitful situation in tact forever.

Just cant get the tought away, that we are just "Folding" more MONEY for them... Why would they just eat their chicken, thats laying golden eggs? Doing "science" at these universities, is also just paid from the pharmacy industries. The actual noble scientific goal is just a side-effect, of the real MONETARY goal. Because thats how our system works. Right? What do you think? I think, there may be another sickness, that we need to heal, before we can address Cancer for example... The sickness of our monetary system...
Just my .02... Have you ever considered that maybe, just maybe, the reason there are not cures for these things yet is because it is not easy to find 'cures'? Have you ever considered that maybe, just maybe - it is because not all forms of cancer are the same? That the reason for no aids vaccine is the same reason that there is no vaccine against the common cold? Or the same reason that each year a new vaccine is needed against the influenza - and not against all new forms of the disease - just the one that is 'expected' to be most prevalent.
You are right that money is a motivator. But you are assuming that all companies are in bed with each other and not competing. The drug companies are not helping each other at all. If one of them had a 'cure' for aids or cancer they would do everything in their power to bring it to market because it would be worth lots of money. You might say, "But that would be short lived money and they want long term income." - and you would be wrong. First of all, American companies seem to be motivated by short term interests, not long term profitability. Second of all, a cure for a disease is not the same as wiping a disease out. Cure somebody of AIDS - and they can go right out and get it again, thus requiring more medicine. Third, you are assuming that all research is conducted by drug companies. Much of it is conducted at universities and by governments.
I think that you are either a tinfoil hat type or a troll.
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post #43 of 49
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Originally Posted by Precision_PC View Post
There are all kinds of posts of this nature all over the internet.
It baffles me that people feel the need to question the project all the time.
If you cant fold, just to fold. Maybe you should find something else to do.
There are a million other things you could get into.
Some people aren't sheep, and aren't going to fold "just to fold"; people with brains like to critically analyse things and would want to know for themselves that their folding hours (or potential folding hours) are actually going to contribute to some good cause and would like to see some proof of that. Simple as that.
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I too was skeptical about how running an .exe could help cure cancer.
I read up the results page and on Wikipedia and if you actually read it, you'd see that really folding deals with the mis-folding of proteins which in turns leads to diseases like Alzheimer's, cancer, etc. I think the points incentive is one of the reasons this project has PETAFLOPS of power. You do bring valid points up but you forget Stanford is the head of this project not some multi-billion corporation. This is REALLY the worst way you could approach this topic. Maybe "What are the benefits of Folding@home?" would be better, no? I see OP abandoned the thread - maybe he knows he's wrong?
Also, what, you'd rather kill zombies and snipe people over the Internet than cure diseases? Even trying out the project for a week is viable... some people here acn't fold due to bills and I don't have a problem with that; I also don't have a problem if you just don't want to put time and effort into folding, but to say that it's pointless and useless in the #3 Team in the WORLD and assuming Stanford is a conglomerate? You should rethink your post.
Edited by csm725 - 8/14/11 at 7:57am
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post #45 of 49
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Originally Posted by Precision_PC View Post
There are all kinds of posts of this nature all over the internet.
It baffles me that people feel the need to question the project all the time.
If you cant fold, just to fold. Maybe you should find something else to do.
There are a million other things you could get into.
I think that they question the project because they're wondering why people would spend hundreds of dollars a month on the upkeep of their already expensive hardware in order to contribute to a project for an uncertain return.

It's a valid question and arguing about the OP's mindset doesn't help to answer it.

On topic: I believe most people folding hope that their contribution helps to rid the world of sickness and disease or help our species as a whole in some way.

I don't think that the OP's point about sickness being good for a country makes sense though.
If the person wasn't sick and paying for medication, would their money find its way out of their hands by some other means?
If so, the economy doesn't benefit by their sickness.

Let's take a farmer as an example.
If he falls ill and nobody harvests his crops, the fact that he spent his last penny buying medicine helps noone if his crops go untended and die.
In that case any increase in GDP resulting from the sale of those crops is lost.

It's a very simplistic example but, when someone is sick, the work that isn't done while that someone is sick means any contribution to the wealth of the country as a whole that they would have made if they were cured quickly doesn't happen.

There are other industries than the pharmaceutical industry and other illnesses to cure than what F@H might have an impact on, the workers in the pharmaceutical sector would find other work.
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post #46 of 49
Folding is not a direct path to a cure for cancer. Such a view is narrow-minded, at best, and is used to recruit the support of those who otherwise would not be able to grasp the applications of the work they would be assisting in.

Folding is a way to help increase our fundamental knowledge of how cells function. There are few biological processes where protein folding does not play a hand and the applications for knowing just how and why they do what they do are nigh infinite. Assisting with treatments or cures to diseases like cancer is just one potential application amongst a legion of other.

No cures are going to be cut whole from the cloth of Folding@Home, but the work is still necessary. You need to know the fundamentals before you can reliably alter results that depend on them. That's what this accumulation of knowledge is about.

As it stands, most drugs are not so much designed as they are accidentally stumbled upon. Trial, and a lot of error, is the rule. This is largely because we still only have a vague idea of many of their mechanisms of action. With advancing knowledge we can custom tailor drugs and treatments more effectively, getting them to do more of what we want them to do and less of what we don't. Costs (for everyone), time to market, and potential for side-effects can be reduced, while effectiveness can be increased.

Also, all the data Folding@Home produces is publicly available. Even if individual drugs can be patented, if much of the research they are based off of is not in house, there is much more likely to be competition.
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Are you really putting money over human lives?
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post #48 of 49
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Some people aren't sheep, and aren't going to fold "just to fold"; people with brains like to critically analyse things and would want to know for themselves that their folding hours (or potential folding hours) are actually going to contribute to some good cause and would like to see some proof of that. Simple as that.
Your assuming his OP was for research.
That's not how I see it. If you have those sort of thoughts and questions ringing through your head about folding you should be doing something else.
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Enough of this. It's our belief that the lives saved would be worth the hurt to the healthcare industries.
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