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Here's the article from a month ago questioning the squashing of the lab-leak coronavirus hypothesis. Key points for me are: * Lots of labs around the world have been performing "gain of function" research, deliberately making diseases more infectious or infectious to humans - and received lots of funding * Peter Daszak - who coordinated the Lancet statement labeling all non-natural origin theories as conspiracy theories (based on no conclusive evidence) - has been channeling funding into gain of function bat virus research in Wuhan (and elsewhere) for years * COVID-19 is distinctive in that it binds to the ACE2 receptor (allowing it to infect humans) and it has a furin spike cleavage (making it more virulent) - both mutations arising together are less likely, but there's been years of gain of function research introducing these characteristics into SARs viruses, including at the Wuhan Institute of Virology * The closest known relative is bat virus that infected miners in Yunnan in 2012, and it was taken to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for study by Shi Zhengli (partially funded by the US through Daszak); she claimed the miners died of a fungal disease despite them being treated with antivirals * Shi Zhengli collaborated with gain of function researcher Ralph Baric, and mysteriously renamed this virus sequence when she published papers about it (Daszak claims these samples have disintegrated because of course he would) * When the NIH tried to stop Daszak from sending more money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, to arrange outside inspections, and to get a sample from the lab, he refused, and got 77 Nobel Prize winners to say the funding should continue * Somehow Daszak became the Lancet's lead investigator into the origins of the virus, and one of the 10 people in the WHO's virus origins investigation https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/coronavirus-lab-escape-theory.html
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More from AntisocialJustice

Here's the article from a month ago questioning the squashing of the lab-leak coronavirus hypothesis. Key points for me are: * Lots of labs around the world have been performing "gain of function" research, deliberately making diseases more infectious or infectious to humans - and received lots of funding * Peter Daszak - who coordinated the Lancet statement labeling all non-natural origin theories as conspiracy theories (based on no conclusive evidence) - has been channeling funding into gain of function bat virus research in Wuhan (and elsewhere) for years * COVID-19 is distinctive in that it binds to the ACE2 receptor (allowing it to infect humans) and it has a furin spike cleavage (making it more virulent) - both mutations arising together are less likely, but there's been years of gain of function research introducing these characteristics into SARs viruses, including at the Wuhan Institute of Virology * The closest known relative is bat virus that infected miners in Yunnan in 2012, and it was taken to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for study by Shi Zhengli (partially funded by the US through Daszak); she claimed the miners died of a fungal disease despite them being treated with antivirals * Shi Zhengli collaborated with gain of function researcher Ralph Baric, and mysteriously renamed this virus sequence when she published papers about it (Daszak claims these samples have disintegrated because of course he would) * When the NIH tried to stop Daszak from sending more money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, to arrange outside inspections, and to get a sample from the lab, he refused, and got 77 Nobel Prize winners to say the funding should continue * Somehow Daszak became the Lancet's lead investigator into the origins of the virus, and one of the 10 people in the WHO's virus origins investigation https://nymag.com/intelligencer/article/coronavirus-lab-escape-theory.html
180 views · Feb 7th