You need to watch this.
I also read something about this man with Alzheimer's that got this virus before everyone else back in November 19.
Apparently no 🦇 on sale at market.
I did wonder.
All these people are experts with Phd's not nut jobs like DAVID ICKE!!!!
You know its going to be a good documentary when it starts with a shot of lightning and thunder.
This paper was written by several leading microbiologists who closely examined the SARS-CoV-2 genome.
Specifically, they found the unusual biochemical features of the virus could only have come about two ways after the virus jumped from animal to humans, or what's called zoonotic transfer. The ways, they write, are: "1) natural selection in a non-human animal host prior to zoonotic transfer, and 2) natural selection in humans following zoonotic transfer."
In other words, nature came up with these weird characteristics in the genome, either in an intermediary animal between bats and people or in humans after the virus infected one. As Racaniello put it on his podcast: "Humans could never have dreamed this up."
What's more, he noted, no known lab anywhere in the world was working on a coronavirus like this one, and its closest relative is a bat virus found in a cave in 2013 in Yunnan, China, 1,000 miles from Wuhan."Presumably there's a common ancestor, most likely from a bat or an intermediary animal that was contaminated by that bat," Racaniello says.
2. "To make it as a bioweapon, if that's what you wanted to do, there are scarier and more virulent pathogens to work with," said Keusch of Boston University.
For instance, Ebola and the West African Lassa virus are deadly threats that can only be studied in biosafety level 4 labs, like Wuhan. Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever is a tick-borne disease that has a death rate of 30 to 50 percent.