10 reasons making scientists believe that Coronavirus grew up in the laboratory in Wuhan, China

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10 reasons making scientists believe that Coronavirus grew up in the laboratory in Wuhan, China
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Shortly after the outbreak of Coronavirus virus, the academic leaders in the scientific community beside the saying that human virus grew up naturally from transporting animals to humans.

The new Fox News reports showed a “special report” that there is an effort from Dr. Anthony Faki, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and then the National Institutes of Francis Collins Health, and other scientists will not mention the possibility. Of the virus grew up in a laboratory. A call was reached at the beginning of 2020, that laboratory leakage should be left early on COVID-19 assets as they will add “middle fuel”.

Two years later, there is no final evidence that the virus began nature or it was filtered from the laboratory. But the theory that aroused the virus at the Wuhan Institute in Virus, which is studying the cricky virus, is no longer rejected as a plot and gaining more traction among scientific societies that require an additional question.

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Fox News spoke with many scientists and researchers who studied the assets of COVID-19, and here some reasons, based on science and appearance, which believed that the evidence refers to the global epidemic that arises from a lab from Wuhan may have an accidentally injury during an experience with a virus Coronavate and publish in the community.

“When you evaluate two theories, it is too long for the leakage of the laboratory that everything else is an evidence of what happened.” It has been a strong defender for laboratory leakage.

Scientists do not agree to the assets of the virus, while the intelligence community in the United States can not draw conclusions about what the global epidemic, which has been out of more than 5.7 million people around the world.

Dr. Anthony Fooke, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, speaks at the Daily press conference at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, December 1, 2021.
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1) Infected animals found COV-2.

Under the theory of natural origin, the Crown Virus or SARS Creek has grown and traveled to humans, either directly or through an average host animal.

This natural emission has foreseen. For example, researchers followed the first outbreak of researchers in acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) in 2003 due to bats of bats in Yunnan province of China.

The problem with the drawing of the same conclusion in Covid-19 is that no one has identified for a positive position in the new Coronavirus virus that caused the global epidemic.

Not to try not to try. The researchers analyzed more than 80,000 animals in China, including hundreds related to the seafood market in Huanan associated with the first cases of Covid-19, but “a positive result for SARS COV-2 was not specified, which is the study From WHO (WHO) “In Covid-19, the assets say.

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“Tested 80,000 unprecedented animals that cover 209 types, including wild and local animals … found animals’ injuries.”

“They did not find anything, but instead of a scientific conclusion of this, he reached excuses.”

A controversial study on the Active Covid-19 say that the most likely scenario was a bat scene to an unknown host, while laboratory leak is “very unlikely”. But even the World Health Organization has decreased and acknowledged that it was very quick to replace the laboratory theory and I believe achieved.

In this Aug. 31, 2021, file photo, registered nurse Jack Kingsley attends to a COVID-19 patient in the Medical Intensive care unit (MICU) at St. Luke's Boise Medical Center in Boise, Idaho. 

In this Aug. 31, 2021, file photo, registered nurse Jack Kingsley attends to a COVID-19 patient in the Medical Intensive care unit (MICU) at St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center in Boise, Idaho.
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2) There is no evidence of pre-epidemic infections.

For passes the epidemics of Coronavirus, such as SARS in 2003 and Mars in 2013, there was evidence of an extensive human infection of the animals before the mutant virus to be transmissible among humans and provoke the pandemic, Muller said.

Researchers analyzed more than 9,000 human biological samples, including blood, plasma and throat swabs, which were stored in hospitals and blood banks before the pandemic, said Muller, citing data from the WHO report.

It was expected that between 100 and 400 it would be positive for SARS-COV-2, based on the experiences of natural outbreaks with SARS and MERS, Muller said. But in this case, zero proven positive.

“There is no evidence of multiple transmissions of animals to humans,” said Dr. Steven Quay, a doctor and founder of Atosa Therapeutics.

Muller and Quay have worked together to study the origins of Coronavirus and have presented their findings to Congress and in a Wall Street Journal Op-Ed.

The lack of evidence of pre-pandemic infection and genetic purity of the virus suggests that Covid-19 was not a natural effusion of animals, but an infection acquired by laboratory, scientists say.

There have been more than 900,000 people COVID-19 deaths in the United States.  

There have been more than 900,000 people COVID-19 deaths in the United States.
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3) The genetic fingerprint of the virus is so unique that it has never been observed in a natural coronavirus.

Quay, who is writing a book about why Covid-19 originated in a laboratory, said Sars-Cov-2, has a unique trigger on its surface called Furin spinning site and a single code in their genes for that site, called CGG- CGG DIMER. This combination has never been found naturally and, therefore, points to a laboratory manipulated virus, he says.

Since 1992, in function gain research experiments, laboratories have inserted filious sites in viruses repeatedly, Quay said. The final result is supercharged viruses, more infectious, he said.

“These genetic riders have put in a furin site in a virus that did not have one in the laboratory,” said Quay, Fox News Digital. “Eleven of the 11 times makes it more effective, more transmissible, more lethal, all the bad things you would like, then, if you want juice of a virus and make it more infectious or do it from bats to humans., Put on a site Furin excision is a great idea. ”

Scientists do not agree that the CGG sequences at the Furin cleavage site mean the virus was performed in a laboratory. Kristian Andersen, Virologist at the Scripps Research Institute in California, said such arguments are “objectively incorrect”.

4) The virus appeared in humans already “optimized” in an extremely contagious version

On the basis of SARS1 and MERS experiences, when the virus becomes capable of human transmission to human, it takes weeks to evolve as propagated through the population and the most contagious forms of the virus dominated. But with Covid-19, the virus previously adapted to human transmission to the human of the first patient, says Quay. Specifically, he said, the part of the virus that interacts with human cells was 99.5% optimized.

“Such an early optimization is unprecedented, and suggests a long period of adaptation that depredated their public propagation,” wrote Quay and Muller in an OP-ED at the Wall Street Journal about his findings. “Science knows in a single way that could be achieved: simulated natural evolution, which grows the virus in human cells until the optimal is achieved.”

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Quay believes that the Virus Covid-19 was taught to infect humans in the laboratory through a function gain investigation on “humanized mice” that are repeatedly exposed to the virus to promote adaptation.

Other studies refute the idea that SAR-COV-2 SPIKE protein was optimized for human ace2 union in its emergence.

Peter Daszak and Thea Fischer, members of the World Health Organization (WHO) team tasked with investigating the origins of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), sit in a car arriving at Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, Hubei province, China, Feb. 3, 2021. 

Peter Daszak and Thea Fischer, members of the World Health Organization (WHO) team tasked with investigating the origins of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), sit in a car arriving at Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, Hubei province, China, Feb. 3, 2021.
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5) The Wuhan Virology Institute studies the Coronavirus BAT and has been involved in the “function gain” investigation

The Wuhan Institute of Virology in China Studies Bat Coronavirus and its potential to infect humans. It is also committed to the so-called “function gain” experiments, according to the State Department, so it was natural to consider whether an outbreak of coronavirus related to bats in Wuhan wine from the laboratory.

“Each person informed, each person in the field of virology, each person in the field of biosecurity and biosecurity in January was thinking about launching the laboratory,” he said to Fox News Digital, Fox News Digital.

The Wuhan Virology Institute is one of the more than three places in the world who conducted a function gain research and a possible investment investment of pandemic pathogens about Coronavirus related to SARS before the pandemic, Ebright said. The other two are the medical branch of the University of North Carolina Chapel and the University of Texas in Galveston.

The function gain research involves the extraction of animals virus to an artificial engineer in a laboratory to make them more transmissible and fatal to humans. The purpose of this research is to allow scientists to be financed to the curve in the development of treatments for certain infectious diseases.

But this research is controversial, and was subject to a funding moratorium on the United States in 2014 under the Obama administration, on concerns, the risks of creating more dangerous pathogens exceeded the benefit of preparing for future outbreaks. The Federal Financing Prohibition was raised in 2017 with new guidelines.

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In an example of the research, the scientists of the Wuhan Virology Institute and the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill joined an experiment that created a hybrid version of a coreavirus bat related to the virus that causes SARS, according to an article of scientists. Caught in 2015. Scientists said in 2015, the work was underway before the moratorium of “gain of function” and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) of the US UU began.

Scientists created a chimeric virus, formed by a surface protein of the SHC014 virus found in the horseshoe bats in China and the backbone of a SARS virus that had adapted to grow in mice and imitate human diseases.

EBRIGHT increased the alarms on this experiment at that time and the risk of creating a new outbreak made by laboratory.

Then, when the news of an outbreak of Covid-19 in Wuhan broke four years later, Ebright thought of that risky research in Wuhan who was already marked as a possible pandemic threat.

“This was not merely a possibility,” Ebright said of a lab leak. “It had been predicted.” 

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus gives a press conference on Dec. 20, 2021, at the WHO headquarters in Geneva. 

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus gives a press conference on Dec. 20, 2021, at the WHO headquarters in Geneva.
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6) China has not cooperated and researchers have not had full access to the laboratory, data

China has insisted that the virus did not come from the laboratory. And Shi Zhengli, who leads the Wuhan Virology Research Team on Coronavirus, has said that the genetic sequence of the new Coronavirus does not coincide with any of the viruses that his team had sampled from the bat caves in China.

But China has reported an independent investigation, did not provide full access or independence to researchers, retaining data in the early days of the outbreak. The Wiv “has not been transparent” on its record of studying viruses, more similar to the Virus Covid-19, including “Ratg13″, which sampled from a cave in the province of Yunnan in 2013, after several miners died of diseases similar to The SARS to the State Department.

The databases of bat virus administered by the Wuhan Virology Institute have been disconnected, hidden from scrutiny.

Meanwhile, US partner. Ecohealth Alliance has received $ 117 million in US tax dollars, including a subsidy of $ 600,000 NIH to study the emergency risk of coronavirus of bats that later subwayed the Wuhan laboratory, according to a republican assistant of the house Involved in a Congress Investigation on the Origins Covid-19.

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Even the Editorial Board of Washington Post in October asked the President of the Alliance of Ecohehealth Peter Daszak to declare before the Congress on the origins of Covid-19, after the revelations that, despite repeated denoms, the National Institutes of Health They made the so-called “function gain”. The Research of Coronavirus in Wuhan through the non-profit organization of Daszak.

Although China is not cooperating, researchers believe that the United States already has information on research activities at the Wuhan Virology Institute through grant organizations and EcoHealth Alliance records, and argue that documents must be made public.

7) Laboratory leaks are not infrequent, so they should not have been farewell so quickly at the beginning of the pandemic.

Researchers who work in viruses in laboratories have been accidentally infected before and caused virus outbreaks in China and elsewhere. For example, in 2004, an outbreak of laboratory leakage SARS in Beijing infected nine people, killing the mother of an infected graduate student who worked at the National Institute of Virology Laboratory of China. The laboratory was conducting research on SARS Coronavirus (SARS-VOC).

In Taiwan in 2003, a scientist at the National University of Defense in Taipei became infected with a severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) after studying it in the laboratory. And a laboratory accident was also the fault of a SARS infection in Singapore in 2003, when a doctorate student at the General Hospital of Singapore became ill.

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“These viruses are always waiting to infect you

,” Quay said of lab research. “You only have to make a mistake for five minutes after a 20-year career and, you know, you’ve got it.”

8) The researchers at the Wuhan Virology Institute were sick just before the bud of the community

The State Department revealed in January 2021 that the “United States Government has reasons to believe that several researchers within the WVV became ill in the fall of 2019, before the first identified case of the outbreak, with consistent symptoms with both Covid- 19 As with common seasonal diseases. ”

“This raises questions about the credibility of the Wiv’s lead researcher, the public affirmation of Shi Zhengli that there was” zero infection “between staff and Wiv virus students related to SARS-COV-2 or RASS”, according to the Report of the State Department published on the final days of the Trump administration.

An Intelligence Report of the United States revealed by the Wall Street Journal in May was a greater detail. He said that three of the researchers at the Wuhan Virology Institute were sick enough to seek hospital care in November 2019.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks at Jerusalem Post's annual conference on Oct. 12, 2021, in Jerusalem. Pompeo's State Department released its findings on the Wuhan Institute of Virology in the final days of the Trump administration.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks at Jerusalem Post’s annual conference on Oct. 12, 2021, in Jerusalem. Pompeo’s State Department released its findings on the Wuhan Institute of Virology in the final days of the Trump administration.
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9) The Wuhan Virology Institute has “secret” research projects with the Chinese military.

The US Department of State revealed on January 15, 2021, that the Wuhan Virology Institute has collaborated in “secret projects” with the Chinese military and warned that the country has a history of biological weapons that work that Beijing has not “Eliminated from demonantly”.

“The WIV has participated in a classified research, including the laboratory animal experiment, on behalf of the Chinese military from at least 2017”, faces the fact sheet of the State Department. “The United States and other donors who financed or collaborated in civil research in WVI are entitled and the reception to determine if any of our research funds deviated to secret Chinese military projects in Wiv”.

Quay, who testified during the congressional audience, said the Virus Covid-19 shows strong signs of academic research of function gain and “posteriums later” of some ever-winning features, before they would be more consistent with “creating a bioweapon “.

“You can not get the conclusion of that magnitude without knowing the minds of the people,” he told Quay Fox News. “The difference between academic research and a Bioweapon is in the person’s mind in the laboratory.”

Regardless, Quay believes that any laboratory launch was not intentional.

“There’s abundant evidence that this was an accident.”

10) There was an “orchestrated effort” by NIH officials and others to quickly close the theory of laboratory leakage.

Those who favor the theory of laboratory leak have been frustrated by the leaders in the National Institutes of Health, including Faucai, who pressed the theory of natural origin since the first days of the pandemic and repeatedly denied that the Federal Agency was Financed research gain research at the Wuhan Virology Institute.

The newly released documents showed that Fauca, the Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, was warned at the beginning that the virus may have originated in the Wuhan laboratory. On January 31, Dr. Kristian Andersen, Virologist noted in the Scripps Laboratory, told Fauci that after the discussion with his colleagues, some of the characteristics of Covid-19 seem possibly designed and the “genome is inconsistent with The expectations of evolutionary theory “.

In response, Fauci hurriedly organized a call with dozens of world virologists, and the notes of the meeting obtained by Fox News’ “Special Report” reveal that the suspicions of the laboratory leak theory were suppressed on the concerns of how the public It will react to the news of the possible. Participation of the Chinese government.

Andersen continued to write a very influential document with other virologists in Nature Medicine on March 17, 2020, said the opposite of him initial concerns about a laboratory leakage. “We do not believe that no type of laboratory-based scenario is plausible,” Andersen wrote on a widely cited role that had the effect of establishing a scientific consensus around the theory of natural origin.

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Andersen has remained for the theory of natural origin and explained to the New York Times that he rejected the theory of origin of laboratory leak after obtaining more information about the virus. He called the change of heart to

“textbook example of the scientific method where a preliminary hypothesis is rejected in favor of a competing hypothesis after more data become available and analyses are completed.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, speaks during the daily briefing at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021. 

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, speaks during daily information at Washington White House, on Wednesday, December 1, 2021.
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NIH continues to insist that its subsidy grant to EcoAlliance that was later sub-awarded to the Wuhan Institute of Virology did not comply with its “function gain” investigation definition. NIH says that the genomic data of the bat coronaviruses studied under the Federal Subsidy show that “they are not and could not have become SARS-COV-2”.

However, critics suspect that the main scientists had a professional interest in not causing a setback on the gain investigation of the function and invite a greater scrutiny in the possibility that a laboratory in Wuhan who has received funds from the United States He could have been committed to manipulating coronavirus that caused a pandemic.

“There was an orchestrated effort at the beginning of 2020 to establish and enforce a false narrative about the origin,” Ebright, the Rutgers teacher, told Fox News Digital. “Each person informed understood in early 2020, that there were two scenarios at the table that both required investigations.

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