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fuagf Member Level  Thursday, 05/07/20 10:24:12 PM
Re: conix post# 345811
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conix, This "There’s no conclusive evidence that any of the changes were made for sinister reasons." says almost it all.

"What is China covering up about the coronavirus?"

After pushing an unfounded anti-China conspiracy theory, and smearing a renowned
scientist the most-not-divine, but dishonest Miranda Devine says the above.

And Devine is even dishonest in that sentence, because, in fact, there is NO evidence... that the changes Devine claims were
made (it would have been nice to see a corroborating link though they likely were true, i guess), for untoward reasons.

Devine says

"Shi Zhengli, the virologist known as China’s “batwoman” for her work with bat coronaviruses, directs
the WIV’s Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases and is listed as the primary database contact.

which is true, then for much of her hit-piece is questioning Shi Zhengli's integrity.

These are much more fact-based articles than Devine's pro-Trump propaganda.

A US researcher who worked with a Wuhan virology lab gives 4 reasons why a coronavirus leak would be extremely unlikely
"Trump Officials Are Said to Press Spies to Link Virus and Wuhan Labs


The WIV houses China’s only Biosafety-level-4 laboratory. Scientists study the most dangerous and infectious microbes known to humankind in these types of facilities. Some of the institute’s researchers, including virologist Shi Zhengli, have collected, sampled, and studied coronaviruses that circulate Chinese bats. In 2013, Shi and her collaborators pinpointed the bat population most likely responsible for spreading SARS, in the Shitou Cave near Kunming.

After her team sequenced the COVID-19 virus, Shi told Scientific American .. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-chinas-bat-woman-hunted-down-viruses-from-sars-to-the-new-coronavirus1/ .. that she quickly checked her laboratory’s record from the past few years to check for accidents, especially during disposal. Then she cross-referenced the new coronavirus’ genome with the genetic information of other bat coronaviruses her team had collected. They didn’t match.

“That really took a load off my mind,” Shi said told Scientific American, adding, “I had not slept a wink for days.”

And, moving back from the link above

Trump Officials Are Said to Press Spies to Link Virus and Wuhan Labs


conix conspiracy trip confirmed: The Wuhan Virus Is Not a Lab-Made Bioweapon

It was Plato who said, “He, O men, is the wisest, who like Socrates, knows that his wisdom is in truth worth nothing”
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