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Conspiracy theories morphing into conspiracy FACTS


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2022 Sep 6, 10:29am   713 views  21 comments

by Bd6r   ➕follow (2)   💰tip ($0.11 in tips)  

I suppose now Twatter, Facesucker, and assortment of other idiots have to start censoring lefties:

https://nitter.cz/R_H_Ebright/status/1566826229931524096#m

COVID: summary of lab-origin hypothesis:

1) Pandemic caused by a bat SARS-like coronavirus emerged in Wuhan--a city 1,000 miles from nearest wild bats with SARS-like coronaviruses, but that contains labs conducting world's largest research program on bat SARS-like coronaviruses.
2) In 2015-2017, scientists and science-policy specialists expressed concern that the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) was conducting and contemplating research that posed an unacceptable risk of lab accident and pandemic
3) In 2017-2018, WIV constructed a novel chimeric SARS-like coronavirus that was able to infect and replicate in human airway cells and that had 10,000x enhanced viral growth and 4x enhanced lethality in mice engineered to display human receptors on cells.
4) In 2018, in an NIH grant proposal, WIV and collaborators proposed to construct more novel chimeric SARS-like coronaviruses, targeting chimeras that replace natural spike gene with novel spike genes encoding spikes that have higher binding affinities to human cells.
5) Also in 2018, in a DARPA grant proposal, WIV and collaborators proposed to construct novel "consensus" bat SARS-like coronaviruses, and to insert furin cleavage site (FCS) sequences at the spike gene S1-S2 border of bat SARS-like coronaviruses,
6) In 2017-2019, WIV constructed and characterized novel SARS-like coronaviruses at biosafety level 2, a biosafety level patently inadequate for work with enhanced potential pandemic pathogens and patently inadequate to contain a virus having transmission properties of SARS-CoV-2
7) In 2019 a novel SARS-like coronavirus having a spike with high binding affinity for human cells, and having an FCS at the spike S1-S2 border--a virus having the properties set forth in the 2018 WIV NIH and DARPA grant proposals--emerges on the doorstep of WIV.
8) SARS-CoV-2 is the only one of more than 100 known SARS-like coronaviruses that contains an FCS. This is a feature that does not rule out a natural origin, but that is more easily explained by a lab origin. Especially since insertion of FCS had been explicitly proposed in 2018.
9) The FCS of SARS-CoV-2 has codon usage unusual for bat SARS-related coronaviruses and has an 8-of-8 amino-acid-sequence identity to the FCS of human ENaCa. These are features that do not rule out a natural origin, but that are more--much more--easily explained by a lab origin.
10) In 2020-present, WIV and its funders/collaborators at EcoHealth Alliance have withheld information, misrepresented facts, and obstructed investigation...even though, if not connected to origin, they most easily could clear their name though cooperation with investigation.

Richard Ebright = Board of Governors Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology. This is a highly prestigious CHAIRED position, and he is specialist in Transcription--synthesis of an RNA so he is not some random asshole on twatter.

https://www.waksman.rutgers.edu/ebright

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1   Patrick   2022 Sep 6, 10:38am  

Then there is the question of motive.

Seems obvious to me: profit (from toxxines) and power (sidestepping the Constitution to create rule by unelected "health" official decree).
2   Bd6r   2022 Sep 6, 10:40am  

Also, this shows another important aspect: like most scientists, Ebright is honest and will stick his neck out to say things that are unpopular with politics crowd. However, these types of voices will be smothered by Science Bureaucrats such as Fauxci who famously said I AM SCIENCE! despite having exactly 0% competence compared to Ebright. System is completely broken at top Federal bureaucracy level.
3   Bd6r   2022 Sep 6, 10:44am  

Patrick says

Then there is the question of motive.

Seems obvious to me: profit (from toxxines) and power (sidestepping the Constitution to create rule by unelected "health" official decree).

Lately I think, but I am not sure, that at least from Fauxci&Co side (who were owners of this research enterprise together with CCP), the motivation was to create a virus that immunizes population against disease - kind of transmissible vaccine which none of us can avoid (we can refuse COVID! death jab but if coworker comes and coughs at us we can't avoid it). If they could do it, this would be mega billions worth of intellectual property and gubbermints would be buying it left and right. Whether it was released by chance or by accident I do not know.
5   RWSGFY   2022 Sep 29, 9:46am  

The guy is a leftie?
6   RWSGFY   2022 Sep 29, 10:49am  

Alex Jones learned the hard way it doesn't always work like that.
8   Onvacation   2022 Oct 13, 9:16pm  

It was the CIA who coined the term, "conspiracy theorist" to belittle those that questioned the Warren commission.
9   Hugh_Mongous   2022 Nov 7, 9:34pm  

LONDON, Nov 7 (Reuters) - Russian businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin said on Monday he had interfered in U.S. elections and would continue doing so in future, the first such admission from a figure implicated by Washington in efforts to influence American politics.

In comments posted by the press service of his Concord catering firm on Russia's Facebook equivalent VKontakte, Prigozhin said: "We have interfered (in U.S. elections), we are interfering and we will continue to interfere. Carefully, accurately, surgically and in our own way, as we know how to do.
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10   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Nov 8, 7:01am  

Onvacation says

It was the CIA who coined the term, "conspiracy theorist" to belittle those that questioned the Warren commission.


pretty much all our propaganda comes from doj and corporate. its been that way for a while. and every year its blamed on russia/china/northkorea or whatever boogeyman.
12   NuttBoxer   2022 Nov 17, 10:42am  

If you needed FTX to confirm that, you have not been paying attention. It's just that now it's right in everyone's face.
13   Eric Holder   2022 Nov 17, 11:22am  

NuttBoxer says


If you needed FTX to confirm that, you have not been paying attention. It's just that now it's right in everyone's face.


Somebody finnally has a proof! Please share! Pretty please with cherry on top!!!
14   EBGuy   2022 Nov 17, 5:03pm  

Eric Holder says

Somebody finnally has a proof! Please share! Pretty please with cherry on top!!!


Will be interesting to see if blockchain forensics turns up anything. Doesn't look like there are any internal memos...

Bankman-Fried often sent work messages that would auto-delete.
“One of the most pervasive failures of the FTX.com business in particular is the absence of lasting records of decision-making. Mr. Bankman-Fried often communicated by using applications that were set to auto-delete after a short period of time, and encouraged employees to do the same.”

From The FTX bankruptcy filings are a doozy. We bring you the highlights.
15   GNL   2022 Nov 17, 8:21pm  

EBGuy says

Mr. Bankman-Fried often communicated by using applications that were set to auto-delete

I've never heard of that. Can this be done with emails?
16   richwicks   2022 Nov 17, 8:57pm  

GNL says


EBGuy says


Mr. Bankman-Fried often communicated by using applications that were set to auto-delete

I've never heard of that. Can this be done with emails?



Not yet...

Really, once you write something, you can't be certain it can be reliably deleted, but this can SORT of be done.

I'm working on a side project for privacy and security. Security is fucking hard, and I'll probably fuck it up, but it's better than what we have now.

You think you have a secure system, and you look for all the attacks on it, only to find out that it can be trivially decoded through some trick you just didn't comprehend. You'd be shocked at the fuckups in security over the years. I'd have to show you an ASCII table, explain how letters are represented with numbers, and THEN explain how WEP worked (and ZIP encryption ONCE worked) to show you how trivially that was defeated.

You have a million eyes looking at it, and there's always a person smarter than you, or more insane than you, that can figure out how you made some mistake. It's super hard to make a really secure system, so you are dependent on books and you can't even trust them.

I have an inherent trust "in the masses" as a result. Although I can sometimes think "the masses" are stupid and insane, I think almost all the time, they are right. They are stupid and insane, but in many instances, I'm more stupid and insane than they are. I have a great trust in the horde.
17   NuttBoxer   2022 Nov 18, 8:54am  

Eric Holder says

Somebody finnally has a proof! Please share! Pretty please with cherry on top!!!


If a web searching is too taxing for your, I'm sure clicking links aren't in your wheel house either. And reading and researching!?

Not saying you haven't done any of the above for other subjects. Just that in a case like this, anyone who was really interested in knowing, has already done the research.

I've mentioned before, there is a danger to mental health when engaging in cognitive dissonance, especially when the lies you hold onto are so blatant.
19   Karloff   2022 Dec 5, 7:32pm  

Sam Bank-Man
Neel Cash-Carry
Bernie Made-Off

I swear sometimes we're in some sort of matrix simulation and the creators are just screwing with us.
20   ElYorsh   2022 Dec 5, 8:01pm  

Bank-Man FRIED your money. His family just likes to pronounce it differently.

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