By Dr Monali C. Rahalkar And Dr Rahul BahulikarJune 13, 2021 16:47 IST
Newsweek Article BY ROWAN JACOBSEN ON 6/2/21 AT 2:23 PM EDT
The world is yet to strongly question the origin of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Unless that is done, there is no way countries can protect themselves and their people in future. India Today decided to get in touch with groups of scientists and researchers to understand more on the possibilities of the SARS-CoV-2 virus being aContinue reading “Bat out of hell? Covid is global but questions over Wuhan lab leak won’t go away”
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Beijing’s science stooges are being unmasked by an international team of online sleuths BY IAN BIRRELL
Ignore the Doctored WHO “Joint Report” Read what they forgot to investigate! https://researchgate.net/publication/350515493_INVESTIGATION_OF_RaTG13_AND_THE_7896_CLADE… which builds on the groundbreaking work by @franciscodeasis @MonaRahalkar @BahulikarRahul @Daoyu15 @interne41914499 @TheSeeker268 and many anonymous investigators
As presented in one revised study of Monali C. Rahalkar and Rahul A. Bahulikar, Lethal pneumonia in Mojiang miners could provide an important link to research on the origin of SARS-CoV-2.