The Apocryphal Origin of SARS-CoV-2

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”

The Lab-Leak Theory: Inside the Fight to Uncover COVID-19’s Origins

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

Illustrations of the amount of “coincidences” that definitely point to a lab scenario

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.

Why the Wuhan lab-leak origin theory of the COVID-19 virus is being taken more seriously

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”

Origine de la Covid-19 : l’hypothèse de l’accident de laboratoire doit-elle être étudiée d’un point de vue scientifique ?

Origin of Covid-19: Should the laboratory accident hypothesis be studied from a scientific point of view?

Sars-CoV-2, Aux Origines Du Mal (Now Available)

1. Sars-CoV-2, aux origines du mal (now available)By @BricePerrier A plethora of references to the work of #DRASTIQUE Please RT especially to French Friends Pages 17,00 €ISBN : 978-2-410-02415-9Impression: Noir et blancor