Wuhan Coronavirus - COVID-19 Analysis & Summary - This is not just fucking pneumonia. It is everything but the kitchen sink. Lungs, heart, kidneys, liver, brain, blood vessels, testes. It affects them all.

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The handsome tard

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Me: Oh look another Corona Thread, I wonder what this has in it
*reads the first posts* I wonder how some of this stuff has aged after a few months
*goes to the last posts* Yep, the OP is properly being called out, he isnt taking it well and is getting called a fag even more.

*sigh* Im going back to the megathread, see ya there, chumps.
 

Smug Chuckler

Chairman Yang
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Me: Oh look another Corona Thread, I wonder what this has in it
*reads the first posts* I wonder how some of this stuff has aged after a few months
*goes to the last posts* Yep, the OP is properly being called out, he isnt taking it well and is getting called a fag even more.

*sigh* Im going back to the megathread, see ya there, chumps.

He has already admitted that he was wrong about it in the megathread and was really paranoid about his grandparents, so no hard feelings.
 

Adamska

Last Gunman
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Me: Oh look another Corona Thread, I wonder what this has in it
*reads the first posts* I wonder how some of this stuff has aged after a few months
*goes to the last posts* Yep, the OP is properly being called out, he isnt taking it well and is getting called a fag even more.

*sigh* Im going back to the megathread, see ya there, chumps.
He's recently taken to lying about being accurate because he changed his goalpost from "WUFLU IS GONNA KILL US ALL" to "WUFLU CAN KILL US ALL" by using the same old and busted studies months after data shows how it's noticeably less lethal than previously thought. I call this method the Cenk Uygur method of debate.

Honestly he could've justified his desire to hoard doomer prep shit by just using the stupid fucking riots as the excuse. But since that ship sailed, he just needs to lick his doorknobs.

EDIT: Holy shit the post button for this thread fucking works again.
 

Desu Mountain

自閉症
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Me: Oh look another Corona Thread, I wonder what this has in it
*reads the first posts* I wonder how some of this stuff has aged after a few months
*goes to the last posts* Yep, the OP is properly being called out, he isnt taking it well and is getting called a fag even more.

*sigh* Im going back to the megathread, see ya there, chumps.
Bro, if you only read the first few posts you are missing out on so much hilarity. Try at least the first few pages.
 

Fliddaroonie

I'm a spooky ghost! Whooooo!!! Ectoplasm!!!!
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While op might have realised he was a fucking spastic, plenty of people are still clinging to the hysteria now. Perhaps if we hadn't had retards like OP walking themselves into a badly informed frenzy, perhaps if there were not so many brain dead fucking cretins who believed this steaming pile of bullshit the lies would not keep on coming.

Cheers, you complete moron.
 

FuckedUp

Done with this autism chamber
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While op might have realised he was a fucking spastic, plenty of people are still clinging to the hysteria now. Perhaps if we hadn't had retards like OP walking themselves into a badly informed frenzy, perhaps if there were not so many brain dead fucking cretins who believed this steaming pile of bullshit the lies would not keep on coming.

Cheers, you complete moron.
The best part is most of the people aggressively calling him out for being a "doomer" are the fucking pro-lockdown maskfags.
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The Wuhan Lab-Leak Hypothesis Goes Mainstream

And if the theory’s true, no doubt some people would prefer that the virus’s origins always remain a mystery.
This morning, New York magazine unveiled “The Lab-Leak Hypothesis” — Nicholson Baker’s lengthy and detailed exploration of the possibility that the SARS-CoV-2 virus and ongoing coronavirus pandemic is the result of a lab accident in Wuhan, China. Baker goes even further, speculating that the reason this virus is similar to many previously discovered viruses but not quite the same is that it may have been altered through gain-of-function experiments.

In other words, the theory suggests that Chinese scientists wanted to study a particularly dangerous version of an existing virus and thus deliberately accelerated a virus’s process of growth and change to generate a more virulent and contagious version of it. Baker notes that SARS-CoV-2 is similar to other viruses found in nature, but more contagious among humans — and asks whether laboratory efforts might explain what makes SARS-CoV-2 so easily spread:

The zoonoticists say that we shouldn’t find it troubling that virologists have been inserting and deleting furin cleavage sites and ACE2-receptor-binding domains in experimental viral spike proteins for years: The fact that virologists have been doing these things in laboratories, in advance of the pandemic, is to be taken as a sign of their prescience, not of their folly. But I keep returning to the basic, puzzling fact: This patchwork pathogen, which allegedly has evolved without human meddling, first came to notice in the only city in the world with a laboratory that was paid for years by the U.S. government to perform experiments on certain obscure and heretofore unpublicized strains of bat viruses — which bat viruses then turned out to be, out of all the organisms on the planet, the ones that are most closely related to the disease. What are the odds?


This is a variation of the question that has confronted the skeptics since the beginning. The city of Wuhan had not one but two laboratories — the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Wuhan Centers for Disease Control — studying coronaviruses that originated in bats. If there were a terrible outbreak of a rare or new virus in Atlanta, Ga., people would understandably wonder if the virus’s local origins had anything to do with the nearby headquarters of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. If someday there is an outbreak of a new, strange, and deadly virus in Frederick, Md., people will understandably wonder if the outbreak has anything to do with the nearby U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases at Fort Detrick. While it is possible for a naturally occurring virus to coincidentally manifest in the same city as one or more labs known to be researching similar viruses, Occam’s Razor instructs us that when you have two competing theories that make exactly the same predictions, the simpler one is the better.

The Chinese government has disavowed the initial theory that the virus outbreak started with bat consumption at the Huanan Seafood Market — an admission against interest that aligns with research indicating some of the virus’s earliest cases could not be traced back to the market.

Baker is pretty blunt about the fact that many scientists have had these suspicions, or at least concerns, since the beginning of the pandemic, but didn’t want to speak publicly about the possibility of a lab accident while the Trump administration was touting the same idea:

Over the course of the fall, and especially after the election muffled Donald Trump’s influence over the country’s public-health apparatus, that proximity problem — and the uncomfortable questions of origins it raised — began to grow somewhat more discussable. The BBC, Le Monde, and Italy’s RAI have all recently taken seriously the scientific possibility of a lab leak. In late October, the World Health Organization convened the first meeting of its second inquiry into the origins of the disease. The WHO’s effort is perhaps the world’s best chance to satisfy its curiosity about goings-on at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and at the Wuhan CDC’s virus lab near the Wuhan seafood market. But, as the New York Times has reported, the WHO’s information gathering has been hindered by Chinese secretiveness since February, when an initial investigative team sent to Beijing was told its members’ access to scientists would be restricted and that it couldn’t visit the seafood market, then considered a hub of the pandemic.


I explored and detailed past warnings about gain-of-function research of viruses in April and May. Bright minds disagree: some think that enhancing a virus is a necessary step in learning how to combat them; others argue that this kind of research creates the very threat that the research is designed to prevent.

Baker speculates that this pandemic’s roots date back to April 2012, when three men were hired to shovel bat guano out of a copper mine in Mojiang, China, and who shortly thereafter succumbed to a pneumonia from a virus never encountered before. “The bat disease that the men encountered wasn’t necessarily all that dangerous except in an environment of immunosuppressive overload.” Fragments of RaTG13, the closest known relative of SARS-CoV-2, were recovered from the men and transported to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

This is where the uniquely peculiar furin insert and/or the human-tuned ACE2-receptor-binding domain may come in — although it’s also possible that either of these elements could have evolved as part of some multistep zoonotic process. But in the climate of gonzo laboratory experimentation, at a time when all sorts of tweaked variants and amped-up substitutions were being tested on cell cultures and in the lungs of humanized mice and other experimental animals, isn’t it possible that somebody in Wuhan took the virus that had been isolated from human samples, or the RaTG13 bat virus sequence, or both (or other viruses from that same mine shaft that Shi Zhengli has recently mentioned in passing), and used them to create a challenge disease for vaccine research — a chopped-and-channeled version of RaTG13 or the miners’ virus that included elements that would make it thrive and even rampage in people? And then what if, during an experiment one afternoon, this new, virulent, human-infecting, furin-ready virus got out?


It is welcome and refreshing that New York magazine acknowledges that the question of the virus’s origins has not yet been answered, and Baker’s legwork, interviews, and investigations are exhaustive. But there’s something a little infuriating about how the question that was once largely dismissed by elite media circles as a crazy conspiracy theory can now be examined and taken seriously in a mainstream publication, roughly a year later. For a long stretch, in many circles, such speculation was either ignored or even labeled xenophobic or racist scapegoating.

New York magazine reaches a different audience from National Review, and it is good that a more left-of-center audience will be exposed to all of the evidence and arguments about this possibility. The possibility of a lab accident should not be seen as another crackpot conspiracy theory in a year full of them.

Lab accidents happen all the time, including ones involving dangerous pathogens. In 2018, U.S. visitors to the Wuhan Institute of Virology warned of a “shortage of the highly trained technicians and investigators required to safely operate a [Biosafety Level] 4 laboratory and lack of clarity in related Chinese government policies and guidelines.” Other Chinese labs have had all kinds of unethical behavior, including selling laboratory animals on the black market and “chronic inadequate management issues” at laboratories, including problems with biological disposal. Reportedly, intelligence indicates that cell-phone use in the Wuhan Institute of Virology stopped for three weeks in October 2019, which may or may not indicate some sort of problem or precaution. Finally, the Chinese government has lied about the transmission of the virus from the start, which means their vehement denials of any lab accident mean nothing.

But the hard fact is that we may not know for certain, ever. If there was any physical evidence of the outbreak, Chinese government undoubtedly destroyed it at the first opportunity. The regime’s ability to find, suppress, and disappear whistleblowers has few equals. And if four out of every ten people are symptomatic, it is possible that someone in a Chinese laboratory was infected — say, by handling a sample and not following every safety procedure — never realized it, and then left the lab, infecting others who did have symptomatic reactions.

Finally, there is the unnerving possibility that a lot of people with significant responsibilities in government, academia, and media didn’t want to look too hard at the lab-leak possibility because of its far-reaching ramifications. If the recklessness or negligence of a Chinese government lab released a virus that killed, as of this moment, more than 1.8 million people around the world, many people around the world would hate the Chinese government with a raging passion and seek to settle the score. The consequences of the Wuhan lab leak would make the Soviet management of Chernobyl look like a firecracker accident. The rage at Beijing would not subside for a generation; it would be too great for any government to maintain a normal diplomatic relationship with the Chinese government. Many voices, far and wide, would demand Beijing pay reparations. And we all know how well Xi Jinping and the hardliners in Beijing respond to criticism and confrontation.

If the lab-leak hypothesis is the truth, no doubt some people would prefer that the virus’s origins always remain a mystery.
 

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New cover-up fears as Chinese officials delete critical data about the Wuhan lab with details of 300 studies vanishing - including all those carried out by virologist dubbed Batwoman

  • Chinese government facing fresh accusations of cover-up after data is deleted
  • Deletion of evidence reignited fears China is trying to whitewash investigation
  • China has been accused before of suppressing vital evidence about virus origins
The Chinese government is facing fresh accusations of a cover-up after officials deleted crucial online data about the laboratory suspected of being the source of Covid-19.

The Mail on Sunday can reveal that hundreds of pages of information relating to studies carried out by the top-secret Wuhan Institute of Virology have been wiped.

Details of more than 300 studies, including many investigating diseases that pass from animals to humans, published online by the state-run National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) are no longer available.

The deletion of key evidence has reignited fears that China is trying to whitewash the investigation into the origins of the virus.

It comes after President Xi Jinping last week blocked investigators from the World Health Organisation entering the country in a move that drew international condemnation. Meanwhile, state media outlets have published hundreds of stories claiming that the virus did not even originate in the city of Wuhan.

As part of the NSFC’s purge of online studies, it has deleted all reference to those carried out by Shi Zhengli, the Wuhan-based virologist who has earned the nickname Batwoman for her trips to gather samples in bat caves.

Studies key to any investigation into the source of the virus, including one into the risk of cross-species infection from bats with Sars-like coronaviruses, and another looking at human pathogens carried by bats, have also disappeared.

Last night, former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith, a member of the Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, said The Mail on Sunday’s revelations were another example of a Chinese cover-up.

‘China is clearly trying to hide the evidence,’ he added. ‘It is vital that there is a thorough investigation into what happened but China seems to be doing all it can to stop that happening.

‘We don’t know what was going on in that laboratory. It may well be the case that they played around with bat coronaviruses and made some kind of mistake. Unless China opens itself up to scrutiny, the world will assume they have something to hide.’

It is not the first time that China has been accused of suppressing vital evidence about the origins of the virus.

Days before the WHO was alerted to the outbreak of Sars-like pneumonia cases in Wuhan in December 2019, the Wuhan Institute of Virology began altering its database of viral pathogens.

The Wildlife-borne Viral Pathogen Database was unique because it included information on virus variants in other wild animals.

Among the changes, which experts believe were made to throw investigators off the scent, keywords such as ‘wildlife’ or ‘wild animals’ were deleted.

The title was changed from Wildlife-borne Viral Pathogen Database to Bat And Rodent-borne Viral Pathogen Database. The term ‘wild animal’ was replaced with ‘bat and rodent’ or ‘bat and rat’.

Other terms connecting the database with the outbreak were also wiped. ‘Emerging infectious diseases’ and ‘cross-species infection’ were used in the original version.
 

Laidho

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I was walking along in a crowd one day, and I saw a guy’s ass and legs in front of me, and I couldn’t believe it. He had a big bubble butt and legs that were tapered like a woman’s. That’s what happens when you drink tap water contaminated with birth control hormones all your life.
Train Dodger, please, tell me you were able to keep it your pants. I thought that getting banned on QQ would curb your prurient desires, but I guess not.
 

Drain Todger

Unhinged Doomsayer
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Train Dodger, please, tell me you were able to keep it your pants. I thought that getting banned on QQ would curb your prurient desires, but I guess not.
I think you may be missing out on the context, here.

What’s the biggest, most obvious difference between Proud Boys and Antifa, other than their avowed ideologies?

The Proud Boys, almost universally, have a high-testosterone phenotype. Straight legs, broad shoulders, barrel chest, big arms, et cetera.

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Antifa guys are the exact opposite. To a man, they are lanky, pale, sickly, and thin, with gracile arms, knock knees, and weak jaws. In tight pants, with a baggy top, they’re completely androgynous. I mean, if a few of them are on HRT, that’s fine, but it’s like, all of them.

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We’re so used to political correctness, we’ve come to believe that all human beings are a blank slate. This is not correct. Hormones do affect behavior, and they do affect beliefs.

Enter the wacky world of behavioral endocrinology:


Allow me to illustrate what I mean to say by all this.

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On the left is the Aurochs, an extinct species of wild cattle. They were a powerful and healthy breed, with thick muscles and a massive build. On the right are modern cattle.

The question we really have to ask ourselves is this; are humans being domesticated? If so, by whom, and for what purpose?

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“We are willing to believe almost anything about ourselves–that we are apes or angels–but not that we are puppets.” - Thomas Ligotti
 

Laidho

Avalon's Most Wanted
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We’re so used to political correctness, we’ve come to believe that all human beings are a blank slate. This is not correct. Hormones do affect behavior, and they do affect beliefs.

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The question we really have to ask ourselves is this; are humans being domesticated? If so, by whom, and for what purpose?
Train Dodger, you can't just blame your lust for the feminine penis on the gubberment.
 
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