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Origin Tracing: Arthur Koestler (General)

by dulan drift, Friday, January 08, 2021, 09:47 (57 days ago) @ dulan drift

But what if tracing the origin is not as hard as WHO’s operatives are making out? What if it’s just a smoke screen for concealing the origin?

Arthur Koestler, an intellectual and adventurer, makes a great point in his 1964 book The Act of Creation. To paraphrase, ‘The idea that science is a boring pursuit that is impenetrable to the layman is a myth created by scientists to protect their own patch. By surrounding science in this fog of obscurity, scientists seek to keep themselves at arm’s length from the public, avoid accountability, and reinforce their own status.’ (Chapter XI, Science and Emotion) On the contrary, Koestler argues science is both exciting and understandable.

Using that as a starting point, let’s take a look at what’s involved in tracing the origin - it’s not so complicated - in fact my guess is the CCP already knows. Dr. Daniel Lucey tends to agree:
"They (CCP) have the capability, they have the resources and they have the motivation, so of course they've done the studies in animals and in humans. I think it's findable and I think it's quite possible it's already been found. But then the question arises, why hasn't it been disclosed?"

Firstly, finding the origin is not theoretical astrophysics. It doesn’t involve complex mathematical equations to determine unverifiable outcomes. It’s straightforward detective work dealing with real world details.

Here’s what we know:
1. The closest relative to SARS-CoV-2 is RaTG13 at 96.2%. The next closest is daylight. (Remember, the virus discovered by Daszak and Batwoman (WIV-1) that was heralded as the origin for SARS-1 was only fractionally higher at “nearly 97%”)
2. RaTG13 only exists in two locations in the world - the Mojiang mine/cave in Yunan - and WIV
3. Therefore, SARS-Cov-2 originated from Mojiang in Yunan or WIV

Straight away that narrows the search down to two key sites. We're getting close already.


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