Australian Scientist Claims Covid-19 ‘Perfectly Adapted To Humans’, Could Be Lab-Grown


ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA (VINnews) — As scientists worldwide frantically search for COVID-19 vaccines, epidemiologists also seek to find the source of the outbreak in order to be able to locate and prevent any future mutations of the virus from spreading and causing worldwide havoc. Most scientists were convinced until now that the virus emanated from an animal in China’s wet market but Professor Nikolai Petrovsky, a researcher from Adelaide’s Flinders University, claims that the virus may have come from a laboratory since it is ‘perfectly adapted to humans’ from day 1.

Professor Petrovsky says that the technology exists in labs worldwide which could enable a virus accidentally to be released from a lab when the viruses are not regulated properly.

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  1. “perfectly adapted to humans’ from day 1”
    Well, let’s start with we don’t know when “day 1” was. We think the first infection/s took place on or about 11/17/19 but don’t have solid evidence. We don’t know if it was circulating before and then mutated to become more adapted to humans.
    Analysis of the structure showed no signs of human inserted genes.
    Also, lab modeling of the virus structure did not show it having as strong an affinity for infecting cells as it does in real life: it’s not a structure that we would have tried to make.

    • > “Analysis of the structure showed no signs of human inserted genes.”

      if you mean genes deliberately inserted by humans, then your statement is not accurate. The preponderance of evidence lacks any such sign, but there exists highly suspicious “too good (or bad) to be true” structures and coincidences that leave this an open question.

      • If by “too good to be true,” do you mean the surprising affinity for ACE-2?
        The odd thing is that structural models of the receptor-binding domain didn’t show as much affinity as the virus displays in the real world. Why would one engineer something that the models suggest wouldn’t be effective?

  2. Article states it was a lab created virus made to infect humans and yes was released on the world

    He’s not the first and only scientist to state this

    • He did not say that. He said:

      “The two possibilities which I think are both still open is that it was a chance transmission of a virus from an as yet unidentified animal to human. The other possibility is that it was an accidental release of the virus from a laboratory,” he said.

      “Certainly we can’t exclude the possibility that this came from a laboratory experiment rather than from an animal. They are both open possibilities.”

      But go on make conclusions based on insufficient data. Seems par for the GOP party these days and unfortunately for many frum yidden whose striving for truth stopped once Trump won the election.


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