Origins Covid-19

To stop the next pandemic, we need to unravel the origins of COVID-19 - David A. Relman

Origins Covid-19
Origins Covid-19

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The Shocking Rewrite of The Covid-19 Origins Story

Currently, the scientific community is divided over the possibility that the virus emerged from a lab leak or was transmitted to humans from an infected animal. Meanwhile, the three-letter agencies also still continue to consider the possibility that this was a natural spillover. It’s quite fantastical that anyone can still cling to an animal origin theory and consider a “natural” spillover at the Hunan wet market over a laboratory-associated hypothesis to explain the first human infection.

Remember the pangolins and the raccoon dogs – well despite the intelligence agencies, they’re running up against Occam’s razor.

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  The Shocking Rewrite of The Covid-19 Origins Story

While people got caught up in the supposed Russian military coup, the US Director of National Intelligence finally released, albeit several days late, a declassified 10-page report regarding the Covid Origin. Their assessments – keep in mind – are rife with tries (truth mixed with lies). Nonetheless, here are the broad strokes...

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