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Emergence of Novel Viruses is more Common than you think

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#1 sensei

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Posted 14 February 2022 - 04:46 PM


2002 - SARS
2004 - MERS
2019 - SARS CoV2

Here is a great paper identifying known Human Cov since 1966.

https://www.ncbi.nlm...les/PMC7098031/

Mengla Virus - from Bats, in China

"A Rousettus fruit bat similar to this one has been found to harbour a previously unknown virus from the same family as Ebola."

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#2 Dorian Grey

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Posted 14 February 2022 - 05:07 PM

24,642,757 square miles of habitable land on planet earth, & SARS-CoV-2 just happens to pop up within walking distance of China's only level 4 bat coronavirus research lab; with a polybasic furin cleavage site not found in animals, but perfect for human transmission.  

 

What would Occam think of this?  


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#3 Daniel Cooper

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Posted 14 February 2022 - 08:45 PM

24,642,757 square miles of habitable land on planet earth, & SARS-CoV-2 just happens to pop up within walking distance of China's only level 4 bat coronavirus research lab; with a polybasic furin cleavage site not found in animals, but perfect for human transmission.  

 

What would Occam think of this?  

 

Not to mention that that very lab published a paper in 2015 on their work which entailed adding a "novel spike protein" to a bat coronavirus.  And the fact that the closest virus found in nature to covid-19 were found in caves in Yunnan province China and Laos - two areas that the WIV had collected bat virus samples from.

 

It's a circumstantial case. But it's a pretty good one. And people are convicted on circumstantial evidence all the time.







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