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by dulan drift, Tuesday, April 21, 2020, 07:42 (315 days ago) @ dan

This is interesting:

Interesting indeed! Also reinforces the point that there's no such thing as 'the science' on this matter. Just to identify the link, a Nobel prize winner in physiology or medicine for his work on HIV, Prof Luc Montagnier, has claimed that the virus was partially grown in a lab and the RNA contains small sequences from HIV.

He speculates that it may have been an attempt to develop an AIDS vaccine.

He also claims similar findings from other researchers have been suppressed.

I'm getting annoyed with papers like the Guardian - their obsession with Trump is colouring all their reporting. Instead of just trying to uncover the truth they seem to take reactive positions to whatever he says. (a) That's just getting sucked into his universe (b) it's bad journalism (c) if it turns out they're wrong they've handed him victory on a platter which he'll use, with great effect, to dismiss all criticisms.

The natural V lab origin debate is a good example. Not only has the Guardian championed the natural origin model but they label alternative lines of enquiry as conspiracy theories - why? Because they think it's part of the war against Trump. That's stupid and dangerous.

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