A unique revolutionary journey across the globe to discover the novel coronavirus


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1 Head, Department of IT in Health, North East Medical College, and Hospital, Affiliated to Sylhet Medical University, Sylhet, Bangladesh. and PhD Awardee from the IBEC, UNIMAS, Sarawak, Malaysia

2 Department of Law, Green University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh

3 Government Satis Chandra Girls’ High School, Sunamganj Sadar, Sunamganj, Bangladesh

4 Department of Dermatology & Venereology, North East Medical College, and Hospital, Affiliated to Sylhet Medical University, Sylhet, Bangladesh

5 IBEC, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS), Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia

6 Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh


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The discovery of novel coronavirus through technology is undoubtedly a breakthrough and unique research in the world. A mysterious name with scientific obscurity is the coronavirus. The coronavirus is the most enduring systemic puzzle to plague world history. Dr Miah first discovered this virus called ISNAH in 2018 from his PhD research work at Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Malaysia. His experiment continued with advanced wireless sensors tracking on cats and dogs to a specific GPS location. As the coronavirus disease spreads rapidly across the globe, panic prevails among people from all walks of life. Symptoms include frequent sneezing, yawning, hiccups, runny nose, teeth grinding, and flatus at specific GPS locations due to the person's active open eyes, sudden body noises, and proximity sensor devices. Due to its similar symptoms to ISNAH, the World Health Organization named it COVID-19. After his PhD graduation, Dr. Miah lectured on his ISNAH credentials at various institutions through seminars, conferences, academic talks, workshops, and round table discussions at national and international levels. Dr. Miah has several publications related to his discovery, which were published in the Indexed journals. It was a hapless researcher's journey to reach the top of the target by swimming in strong currents in a ferocious crocodile-infested sea, but the research journey was successful as it received national and international recognition.


Received 28 March 2023

Accepted 29 April 2023

Published 15 May 2023

Corresponding Author

Md. Rahimullah Miah,

DOI 10.29121/granthaalayah.v11.i4.2023.5137  

Funding: This research work is a part of PhD Thesis, which was funded by the Zamalah Postgraduate Scholarship of UNIMAS, Malaysia and also sponsored by the Information and Communication Technology Division, Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology, Government of People’s Republic of Bangladesh. The funders had no role in the design of the research, in data collection, analyses or final interpretation of data, in the writings of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the findings.

Copyright: © 2023 The Author(s). This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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Keywords: Coronavirus, Wireless Sensor, Cat-Dog, Active Eye, GPS Location   






Pandemic coronavirus is a lesson for all of us, which history will bear witness to present and future generations Miah et al. (2021) Advanced research has proven that the coronavirus was created by misuse of advanced wireless sensor technology Miah et al. (2020), Miah et al. (2021a), Miah et al. (2021c), Miah et al. (2021d), Miah et al. (2021f), Miah et al. (2021h), Miah et al. (2022), Miah  et al. (2022a), Miah (2018), Miah et al. (2022b), Parisha et al. (2022), Miah et al. (2022f), Miah et al. (2022d),  Miah et al. (2021h). The invention of new wireless sensor technology took civilization to the golden pinnacle of progress for human well-being, thus mobilizing the nation Miah et al. (2021d). But some cybercriminals are misusing this technology to extrajudicially kill people and animals in a dark environment through digital poisoning. Miah et al. (2022), Miah et al. (2022b). That's when cybercriminals are promoting on social media that people around the world have died from the pandemic coronavirus disease Miah et al. (2021f). Cybercriminals apply in-body sensor cell trachea in person through wireless sensor tracking from various GPS locations through cloud network, resulting in instant respiratory arrest and death of the person within 5-24 minutes depending on BMI (body mass index) categories Miah et al. (2021d), Miah et al. (2021f), Miah et al. (2022), Miah et al. (2022a), Miah (2018), Miah et al. (2022b), Miah et al. (2022d), Miah et al. (2021b) When a person or animal talks to a specific GPS location with their eyes open, or with an active mobile phone switched-on, the person or animal is sickened by wireless sensor tracking to that location Miah et al. (2021e), Miah et al. (2021g), Miah et al. (2022), Miah et al. (2022a), Miah (2018), Miah et al. (2022b), Parisha et al. (2022), which as shown in Figure 1. By re-tracking the sick person or animal is digitally killed at a particular GPS location (Figure 2). When this digital killing cloud is spread across the world through the network, it spreads like a pandemic and kills many individuals Miah et al. (2021d). This research journey was led by Dr. Alexander Kiew Sayok, the main supervisor who is Associate Professor, IBEC, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia. Moreover, the international co-supervisor, Dr Ahi Sarok, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Science, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia, and National Co-Supervisor was Professor Dr Mohammad Belal Uddin, Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Sylhet, Bangladesh Miah (2018).

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Figure 1 Discovery of Coronavirus at UNIMAS Lab


2. Methodological Approach

The study followed the methodological approach from the following materials and methods linked to the research arena.


3. The Coronavirus Discovery

The coronavirus is the most important scientific hijacking and technological death trap of the 21st century. This disease is a national and international technological pandemic caused by fluctuating wireless sensors located in a cloud network to track one or more people sick. Cybercriminals abuse wireless sensor networks around optical geolocation to detect the novel coronavirus, which is tainted in the universe. Research shows that this disease is a non-infectious disease of CASSID spread by cybercriminals worldwide through distributed cloud networks. This research work continued at the IBEC Science Laboratory of UNIMAS, Malaysia from October 2014 to May 21, 2018 under the main supervisor, Associate Professor Dr Alexander Kiew Sayok, a research fellow of IBEC, UNIMAS Miah (2018). This research work was becoming difficult to maintain dog and cat species for the ISNAH Experiment at a particular GPS location. Md. Rahimullah Miah ignored hundreds of problems and continued research till the final result. While doing this research, many called him the mad-goat of the campus. Overall, The results of his research confirm that no one on Earth including humans, animals and plants is safe from CASSID disease. This CASSID is a group of sensorineural diseases, which stands for Common Acute Sensorineural Infections and Disorders. Tracking, blocking, poisoning and digital assassination can affect any individuals (dog and cat) in CASSID at a specific GPS location, which as shown in Figure 2.

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Figure 2 Coronavirus Disease Through Wireless Tracking at a Particular GPS Location


3.1. How the coronavirus spreads through wireless sensor technology

Cybercriminals select individuals to install sensor software on their smartphones for wireless tracking purposes. Then they track the person's brain. The eye receives tracking radio frequencies (photons) due to activated photo-receptors. Small electrical impulses are applied to the optic nerve. These photons are converted into sensor cells in the biological network (optic nerves), which are built into the virtual cortex as image sensors. This image sensor connects to the amygdala to control the person's body. With the help of a cybercriminal device, a person's entire brain is converted into a virtual brain and this conversion is activated by an active open eye or specific GPS location or nearby active wireless device (mobile phone) at cloud network/proxy network/personal area network. Cybercriminals use adjacent GPS location to control a person's body to develop the coronavirus disease. They track the organs of a healthy person towards the nose, mouth, teeth, airways, causing symptoms of the coronavirus disease including runny nose, sneezing, yawning, hiccups and teeth grinding. Then healthy people get infected with coronavirus. Cybercriminals can identify this patient with sensor disease simulation coding (SDC). This SDC includes patient disease code, voice code, digital finger recognition, retina scanning, body virtualization in electromagnetic field with electromagnetic needle and electromagnetic bubble, GPS location of organs with longitude, latitude, altitude and ellipse elevation. Cybercriminals spread SDC to cloud network databases to locate a specific GPS location. When the patient is at a specific GPS location, cyber criminals' accomplices can automatically recognize this patient at that location due to display code activation. Collaborative criminals track patients with SDC codes. The patient became moderately ill, then they reincarnated him and developed a severe attack of COVID-19. Then they track his lungs, the patient is short of breath. They finally track him down in the airways. The patient's airway is closely constricted. Then tracking with wireless sensors blocked his airway and he breathed his last in digital death. Due to tracking with this image signal, cybercriminals kill millions of lives every year, particularly coronavirus disease Miah et al. (2022), Miah et al. (2022b), Onset Cardiac Arrest (OCA) Miah et al. (2022a), Sudden Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (SARDS) Miah et al. (2022d) and Digital Dermal Disease (DDD) Miah et al. (2023a).

According to the researcher, all research journeys can be successful in any country of the world with willpower and determination. The journey to the discovery of the coronavirus at the UNIMAS lab is a perfect example of this in today's world. Research not only at UNIMAS and not at world-renowned universities in America, Europe or Australia, its results are unique and innovative, surprising the world - a global exceptional research journey. This research was not possible for a health scientist or technologist, which was possible for an environmental scientist. Through this research, innovative, intelligent, courageous, striving researchers will be created in medical science to achieve outstanding research results, thereby removing all mental, physical, and mechanical barriers. As a result, safe, advanced sensor technology will ensure One integrated Health policy towards a pandemic-free and livable peaceful world aimed at achieving the Sustainable Development Goals 2030.





4. Pioneering Journey

The Covid Discovery Research Journey was a complete sequence of challenging events to discover the new coronavirus in a scientific manner at the UNIMUS Laboratory in Malaysia. The journey was like a hapless researcher swimming in a wireless rip current in a crocodile-infested sea. It was very difficult to present the results of this study to the World Health Organization and scientists from the world's leading universities. Researcher MRM determined the mysterious coronavirus as a track-character of a wireless sensor technology, but the rest of the world opined as a biological trait. Today or tomorrow, they will believe in his unique research as man-made coronavirus, which is a non-communicable disease. This journey was made possible by working hard from morning to night to reach the top of the goal. Because, if individuals work hard with faith, anything is possible - believing in this mantra, scientist MRM says, 'he knew he didn't have the prettiest talent, but he also knew he wanted to reach his goals. And strongly thinking - how hard he can reach the top of the goal'. The journey was started at UNIMAS, Malaysia. In April 2018, Md Rahimuliah Miah completed his PhD research work, with only the thesis to be submitted – during which he was in residence at Rafflesia College. He sleeps in his room in Rafflesia, suddenly some cybercriminals track his trachea with the wireless sensor and try to kill him. By the grace of Allah Ta'ala, he survived that day and lodged a complaint at the Police Station, Kota Samarahan in Sarawak, Malaysia, as shown in Figure 3. 

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Figure 3 A Complaint to Police Station against Digital Killing at Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia

The revolutionary journey illustrated in different stages, which as shown in Figure 4

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Figure 4 Revolutionary Research Journey


The ICTD administration canceled half of Dr. Miah's PhD fellowship during this study through bounced messages from cybercriminals. On the other hand, there is no one in his family to provide financial support for studying abroad. Although there was a financial crisis while studying abroad, he did not let anyone understand. Family, friends, colleagues, and well-wishers were not by his side during his research on dogs and cats. Researching from morning to night after exceptional research, he once felt as if he had reached the deep sea. Seeing him in that sea, cybercriminals were making fun of him. He was confident of becoming a successful scientist by conquering the hostile seas with great morale and willpower. Yet cybercriminals subjected him to various ailments, unbearable suffering, and digital torture day after day through wireless sensor tracking while conducting research. Discovery of novel coronavirus through PhD research – brought a real smile to his face in 2020. At first this discovery was not accepted by some people, but rather despised. As a result, this coronavirus has become a global pandemic through the cloud network of cybercriminals. Papers on the spread of the coronavirus have received a lot of praise on the social media and other following webpages:

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1) Miah et al. (2022b)

2) Miah et al. (2022)

3) Miah et al. (2021h)

4) Miah et al. (2021d)

5) Miah et al. (2022d)

6) Miah et al. (2021c)

7) Miah et al. (2021f)

8) Miah et al. (2021a)

9) Miah et al. (2020)

10) Miah et al. (2021)

11) Miah et al. (2023)

12) Miah et al. (2022d)

13) Miah et al. (2023d)

The study shows that cybercriminals use advanced wireless sensor technology to make people and animals ill by suddenly tracking, blocking, poisoning, digital burning and later ending the life of the deceased through digital murder, which is known from advanced research Miah et al. (2022). This advanced research was completely unknown to the general public. After the spread of the coronavirus, cybercriminals fooled common people as mandatory to use sanitizers, wear masks and get vaccines. While there is no minimum obligation to cure the coronavirus disease, creating fear among people about this virus was a form of deception. This coronavirus is man-made, and misinformation has been spread in the media, so that people cower in fear and avoid each other at the very name of a corona patient - even if it is their own. Research shows that when a patient has a relative by his side, the patient is more motivated. This lie was a ploy by cybercriminals. Cybercriminals have not only created coronavirus disease, but also created other pandemic diseases with varying frequency like SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome), MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome), Monkeypox and other CASSID Miah et al. (2022b). Thus, cybercriminals have created various CASSID diseases at specific GPS locations around the world. Many people do not know about this disease, many about its source, still many lies in the media. Researchers have to overcome many hurdles to find out the main mystery and source of this disease. Through this research the exact source of the coronavirus will be known and then the administration will be able to take legal action against the cybercrime. All cyber criminals in the world will be brought to justice and everyone will respect the law. Especially people will be properly protected from sensor diseases and there will be no outbreak of coronavirus in the world, which everyone will know from this research.

Especially during the widespread coronavirus in 2020, the first published research paper on this coronavirus has given courage to the people of the world Miah et al. (2020). After that, other published research papers related to coronavirus also inspired people to conquer invisible phobia. This researcher stood by the people of the world in that desperate time, many recovered quickly, and saved millions of lives, so they called Dr. Miah "the friend of the world Miah et al. (2022), Miah et al. (2022b).

From the study, Md Rahimullah Miah discovered the formula on sensor disease effect from ISNAH Experiment Miah et al. (2022), which as denoted-.

“Due to the active sensor technology, every human, animal, or object is affected by the processed radio frequencies of its movement through electromagnetic transmission within the boundaries of the body in the GPS positions and GNSS distances. This effect is proportional to its weight factors and disproportionate to its GPS positions and GNSS distances. As a result, the person, animal, or object is damaged by the changing waves and for recovery systems, the living object should change instantly from the existing location with tightly closed eyes”. 

Covid-19 created by cyber criminals has changed the life and lifestyle that individuals do almost everything in daily life. It is worth noting that it has both temporary and long-term effects. But there is a serious risk to life as the sick and helpless continue to live alternately between various lockdowns and restrictions, almost entirely struggling with the novel coronavirus. Global history will bear witness to how cruel the digital torture of cybercriminals has been on mankind and sent people targeted through extrajudicial killings from the beautiful world to the afterlife, which haunts many even today. At that time, the researcher's journey with the coronavirus was very scary. Today or tomorrow the digital killers will be judged on earth, the entire awakened humanity will condemn them with hatred. The day is not far when conscious people will build a peaceful world through safe sensor technology. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared an end to COVID global health emergency on May 5, 2023 (Rigby & Satija, 2023). This concluding declaration bodes well for conquering COVID-19 and other pandemics. Still many doctors, policy makers and political leaders wear masks and live in glass houses for fear of the coronavirus. But these will not protect them from the coronavirus - they are still afraid of the corona superstition. Studies have shown that if this decision had been announced earlier in the year, it would have sustained people to overcome the phobia of Covid-19. Because of this declaration, individuals can express the motto - "No tension and no phobia, no coronavirus in trachea". But this is a concern in CASSID due to the lack of appropriate use of wireless sensor technology and innovative global health policies. This research can contribute to global public health policy issues.




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Figure 5 Impact of Coronavirus with Recovery System


People of the world are still living in the middle of the coronavirus. Doctors, administration, technicians, politicians etc. are all failures. Then they looked for a vaccine, which also failed Miah et al. (2022). Through this research, all the people and animals of the world have been shown the right path, which will eliminate the coronavirus for life, which as shown in Figure 5.

Coronavirus disease is nothing but a mystery. Cloud Cybercriminals spread misinformation through social media and created intense panic among people. If a person suffering from coronavirus disease immediately touches the sunglasses (Figure 6) and holds them to any part of the body, and uses digital biomarkers, there will be a miraculous cure (Figure 7).


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Figure 6 Anti-Radiation Sunglasses Act as a Recovery Device. It Can be Used as an Instant Recovery Tool by Pressing on the Body Part with Eyes Closed for 5-25 Minutes in a Changeable GPS Position, Where the Patient Experiences Pain, Itching, Other Disease-Related Symptoms


The coronavirus pandemic is the result of the misuse of advanced sensor technology, the impact of which has seen changes in today's world, namely internet-communication, business-commerce, information-technology, housing-migration, socio-economic, war-conflict, family, religious, social, political, research, in print media and social media etc. Its effects have been observed in every human and animal on earth. Due to the effect of this pandemic coronavirus, lockdown, isolation, wearing masks, sanitation and vaccination did not provide the right solution in the initial stage, but now the people of the world are very aware and brave for urgent treatment with PDRAST (Pandemic Disease Recovery through Advanced Sensor Technology). Dr. M.R Miah has published his research papers on coronavirus disease in various international journals and shared it on social media, which has made people aware at national and international levels. So, the man-made coronavirus is now more under control than ever. However, wireless sensor technology and four-way security of VPN services are still not strong in the top ten countries with the highest death rate from Covid-19 Miah et al. (2022). Users will have to wait until safe sensor technology is available globally for everyone to use to build a healthy and peaceful world.

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Figure 7 Recovery of Coronavirus Disease with Personal Area Network Control Unit at Changeable GPS Location


5. Revulotionary Research Message

During research ‍at a particular GPS location, cybercriminals infect researchers with various diseases by tracking wireless sensors, so that they cannot conduct regular research trips, such as: (1) Covid-19 Miah et al. (2020), Miah et al. (2021), Miah et al. (2021d), Miah et al. (2022), (2) Cardiac arrest Miah et al. (2022a), (3) Sensitive diabetes Miah et al. (2020a), Miah et al. (2021b), (4) Skin diseases Miah et al. (2023a), (5) ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome) Miah et al. (2022d), (6) Numbness of whole body including hands and feet Miah et al. (2021c), (7) Back pain, (8) Shoulder pain, (9) Sudden stomach Pain Miah et al. (2023b), (10) Tracheal pain, (11) Fever, (12) Dementia, (13) Stroke, (14) Teeth grinding (bruxism), (15) Paralysis, (16) Acute calf muscle pain, (17) Hip pain, (18) Diarrhea, (19) Excess flatus, (20) Sudden vomiting, (21) Lumbago, (22) Chronic kidney disease (CKD), (23) Breast pain, (24) Liver cirrhosis, (25) Sensitive obesity, (26) Sudden coldness and restlessness, (27) Insomnia, (28) Dysentery, (29) Alopecia, (30) Cataract, (31) Acute Otitis media, (32) Dyspepsia, (33) Anorexia, (34) ) dysphagia, (35) hungry but loss of taste, and (36) nausea Miah et al. (2023b).

Man-made floods Miah et al. (2023), earthquakes, corona pandemics, pertinent environmental diseases Miah (2023c), Miah et al. (2023d), Miah et al. (2023e), Miah et al. (2023f), Miah et al. (2023g) bank digital theft and misuse of advanced technology in general elections are on the rise. Advanced satellite tracking technology is challenging election results during the upcoming general elections. They are artificially declaring defeated political parties as winners. Climate criminals are creating artificial pandemics through various diseases. Because cyber criminals are very active now, but advanced technology security systems are very weak. Everyone should be aware to take legal action against cyber criminals worldwide.

This study provided unique helpful insights into the experiences of sensor health technologists and medical professionals as the novel coronavirus rapidly spread around the world. Their professional experience in trauma wireless sensor technology via cloud networks provides deep insight into the ISNAH effects of wireless sensor tracking exposure in dark and light environments as well as safe and user-friendly mobile phone communication standards that can ensure well-being.


6. Who spread the coronavirus in Wuhan?

Research shows that due to advanced sensor technology, every human and animal on Earth can track in their locations 24/7 through active photoreceptors in their eyes – which act as a biological camera, their own voice, flatus, fixed GPS location, switched-on mobile phones, and CCTV Miah et al. (2022b). Advanced sensor technology "magneto-optogenetics" locates a person's amygdala at a specific GPS location to monitor their activity 24/7. Due to this proactive technology, criminals can be identified very easily. Through this technology, the daily activities of a person can be easily known along with audio-video. Cybercriminals curtail the fundamental rights and privacy of the people through advanced sensor technology and individual’s eyes. Covid -19 not only affects citizens in emergency health situations, but also shows their behavior in political outlook. Not only in Wuhan province, but also in different countries of the world, with the help of this technology, cyber police can identify corona cybercriminals through wireless tracking in dark and light environment. The study shows that at the behest of the three main cybercriminals, four of their associates spread the coronavirus in Wuhan province on the planned date. The main cybercriminals are Md Hatem Ali, Md Jasim Uddin, Md Nizamuddin- on their orders tracking specific GPS locations through smart mobile phones made some people sick in Wuhan province Miah et al. (2021), Miah et al. (2022), Miah et al. (2022b), Miah et al. (2022d) and the alleged cybercriminals spread false news in print media and social media blaming Wuhan Lab. This fake news quickly spread around the world. These cybercriminals spread word of digital killer coronavirus around the world through cloud network and panic among people. As a result, the effect of this coronavirus spread widely in Italy the next day. However, next to China, Mongolia was not immediately so severely affected by the coronavirus. After that, the virus spread widely to other countries through the tracking of cyber criminals through cloud networks and many people lost their lives. Because the operation team of cybercriminals from different countries was pre-planned to spread this disease. The operation team used wireless sensor tracking of targeted people from different GPS locations in the cloud network to spread the disease. Research shows that by tracking cybercriminals not only infects the coronavirus, but more than 360 CASSID diseases Miah et al. (2021). Later cybercriminals re-tracked and digitally killed the person. It took a revolutionary journey to identify these cybercriminals.


7. Scientific Ambiguity

The coronavirus is not only a sensor disease, it also creates mystery and uncertainty Miah et al. (2022). Policy-makers about the coronavirus make snap decisions about preventive behavior amid uncertainty where they don't know its origins and potential harm. There was no significant difference between laypersons' and some scholars' ambiguities about the coronavirus, such as: the coronavirus as contagious, washing hands, wearing a mask, and sitting alone in a double seat on a bus. Staying close to the coronavirus patient during illness is essential, but ambiguity in health management policies leads to further isolation that leads to death. Men, women and children are being infected with coronavirus through wireless sensor tracking by cybercriminals - Scientist Dr. Miah's message to policy-makers and circulated on social media carried no weight, who ignored his research. Thus, in the context of the corona pandemic, scientific uncertainty makes it difficult to assess and inform the public about not only whether local patients will become infected, but also the potential for national and international infection rates. Adhering to social distancing, quarantine, not going out of the house during a pandemic - these were the ambiguities, which were a slap in the face of the employment of the poor and helpless. But if the policy-makers, administrators, politicians, scientists, researchers, doctors were not motivated by uncertainty, the death rate of coronavirus would have reduced to a large extent and cybercriminals could have been brought under the law and penal action could have been taken. There is still ambiguity between the health and police administrations regarding this. What other discoveries will clear up the World Health Organization's scientific uncertainty about the coronavirus will depend on current and future global crises. It is worth noting that the coronavirus disease is our lesson. Only one coronavirus has shrunk the world, but cybercriminals create a lot of coronaviruses with disease simulation coding (DSC), so what will happen in a global crisis? After the discovery of the coronavirus Dr. Miah's revolutionary journey was narrow and thorny. Cybercriminals attack the inventor of the coronavirus from all sides like vultures, so that no one knows about his research, thereby preventing him from publishing his research on social media and other publishers. During this time cybercriminals have expanded their cloud network tracking globally and the death rate of Covid-19 patients has increased undesirably.

Dr Miah used alternative means of direct communication, geometric seminars, impromptu academic discussions, and international conferences to clear the confusion about the coronavirus. Moreover, he travels to villages, towns, and remote hilly areas by distributing leaflets and holding talks in religious institutions, to sensitize people to avoid coronavirus. To clear the ambiguity about research, he thought that his PhD certificate should not only be kept in his pocket, but the results of his research should be disseminated for the survival of the whole world's living-beings, so his research journey expanded more widely.


8. Research Contribution

Cybercriminals are abusing sensor technology to perform retinal scanning, voice coding and brain virtualization of scientists at a specific GPS location. As a result, wherever Dr. Miah lived, cybercriminals tracked his GPS location with wireless sensors due to active eye opening and his body suddenly felt sick and itchy. Again, no matter what message the cybercriminals type on the cloud smart mobile phone, he says that according to the text of the message in Miah's brain Miah et al. (2022b). Because, at that time he becomes hypnotized and loses the ability to make decisions. Thus, cybercriminals create various hurdles in his research journey. In today's world, by virtualizing the brains of Presidents, Prime ministers, Army chiefs, and other administrators, cybercriminals send false messages to their amygdala about quarrels among themselves or wars with other countries Miah, et al. (2021f), Miah et al. (2022b), Miah et al. (2023e), such as: (1) Russia-Ukraine war, (2) Sudan conflict, (3) Military junta in Myanmar. (4) political deadlock in Pakistan, and (5) National Election in Turkey with cyber media infodemic. Cybercriminals are abusing this technology and fueling a global crisis that political leaders and policymakers have yet to grasp. This research will contribute to reducing the global crisis.


9. Challenging 24/7

Cybercriminals have always put the researcher in a quadruple challenge, so that his research is not published in indexed journals and not displayed on social media. For this reason, cyber teams in cloud networks misuse wireless sensor technology for researchers' retina scanning, fingerprinting, voice coding, email bouncing, false interface display, mobile number tracking, DNA sequencing, NID or passport number hacking, study room-bedroom with identification video and Laboratory GPS location. Cybercriminals track the researcher with wireless sensors at a specific GPS location through digital monitoring of photoreceptors during the time of 24/7. As a result, his psychological and physical stress increases, due to which he suddenly behaves abnormally with the people around him. They wirelessly tracked him and his relatives to attack CASSID for target-based digital assassinations. All networks, communication systems, vehicular movement and other facilities are also disrupted due to sudden tracking. As a result, due to the digital tracking of cyber criminals, the targeted individuals face problems in their daily life and get affected by the coronavirus disease Miah et al. (2023e). These cybercriminals killed the researcher's mother, mother-in-law, father-in-law, uncles, sisters-in-law, physicians, politicians, vets, pets, and pond-filled fish Miah et al. (2021e), Miah et al. (2021f), Miah et al. (2021g), Miah et al. (2023f), Miah et al. (2023g).




10. Conclusion

Ultimately, the study found that the coronavirus is spread by tracking through man-made sensor technology, but is not contagious. The virus attacks a person or multiple people with wireless sensor tracking, if that person has active open eyes, loud noises, nearby active cell phones and a specific GPS location.  In humans and animals, this attack occurs in the light-dark environment through sneezing, coughing, hiccups, runny nose, and yawning. By tracking, the sensor virus stops the movement of electrons in the body, thereby blocking the electrons in the active airways and poisoning the air, then severely narrows the airways designated by the processed wireless sensor, causing difficulty in breathing. Thus, the fear of the coronavirus disease through technology threatens the digital extrajudicial killing of humans and animals. Health administrations and policy makers need to play an effective role to ensure safe sensor technology and proper policy formulation against digital killing, otherwise current and future generations will be at grave risk. This discovery saved millions of lives. According to the study, if governments and higher authorities create public awareness, ensure media exposure, and take legal action against cybercriminals, there will be no more pandemic disease in the world. This revolutionary journey will rid the world of the covid pandemic through safer technology for a better tomorrow.


11. Declaration

11.1. Data Availability

The data being used to support the findings of this research work are available from the corresponding author upon request.






The authors acknowledged the authority of Universiti of Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS), Malaysia for providing the Zamalah Postgraduate Scholarship for the completion of PhD degree. The authors are also grateful to the authority of the Information and Communication Technology Division, Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology, Government of People’s Republic of Bangladesh, for PhD Fellowship during the higher study in Malaysia. The authors acknowledged the authority of North East Medical College & Hospital (NEMCH), affiliated to Sylhet Medical University at Sylhet in Bangladesh for kind support. The authors also acknowledged the higher authority of International Conference on Innovation and Transformation for Development (ITD-2021) at Green University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh for oral presentation.



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