Charles Rixey @CharlesRixey It’s been argued that the source of SARS-CoV-2 is ‘proximal’But the zoonosis emergence hypothesis is hardly optimalTo whit, the phylogenetic evidence is bluntly paradoxicalA lab origin is causa sine qua non; wholly tautologicalIpso facto, a ‘proximal’ zoonosis is [in truth] mythologicalDaszak’s ‘evidence’ is much like his ‘scientific consensus:’ apocryphal We’re told thatContinue reading “The Apocryphal Origin of SARS-CoV-2”
Throughout 2020, the notion that the novel coronavirus leaked from a lab was off-limits. Those who dared to push for transparency say toxic politics and hidden agendas kept us in the dark.BY KATHERINE EBAN JUNE 3, 2021
Following on @CNN‘s poor coverage of the debate around COVID-19’s origins, @npwcnn also fails to do justice to the amount of “coincidences” that definitely point to a lab scenario. Illustrated thread.
For Canadian biotech entrepreneur Yuri Deigin, whose 16,000-word essay last April provided one of the first detailed arguments that the COVID-19 virus could have escaped from a Chinese lab, the recent traction gained by such a theory provides a measure of satisfaction. “When I just put it out, I was ridiculed and attacked as aContinue reading “Why the Wuhan lab-leak origin theory of the COVID-19 virus is being taken more seriously”
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Origin of Covid-19: Should the laboratory accident hypothesis be studied from a scientific point of view? https://theconversation.com/origine-de-la-covid-19-lhypothese-de-laccident-de-laboratoire-doit-elle-etre-etudiee-dun-point-de-vue-scientifique-160825