Wuhan Scientists Bitten by Bats with Coronavirus

Posted by $ jbrenner 1 month, 2 weeks ago to News
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We all knew that the virus originated from Wuhan Institute of Technology, not some wet market. Here is the video proof.

The video segment was about 39 to 43 minutes into the show. Marc Siegel was the guest. On the video, it starts at 29:19.
SOURCE URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HYNx0sMceF4


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  • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 1 week ago
    Anyone who did a quick reality check could debunk the notion that the wet market was the source.

    #1 The Chinese don't eat bats. Indonesians and other Far East nations, but not the Chinese. (Wuhan is the most technologically advanced city in China with a high proportion of middle class citizens.)
    #2 The closest horseshoe bats to Wuhan are 800 miles away. Can we say cost of transportation?
    #3 The Wuhan Institute of Virology is 1/2 mile from the wet market.
    #4 Horseshoe bats were being studied at the WIV by the head researcher because they carried an example of a coronavirus which was destroying their population.
    #4a The horseshoe bat coronavirus could not infect other species. At least until the head researcher substituted the envelope or S-proteins to allow it to infect humans... She even published a paper on her efforts. (I read it.)
    #4b The horseshoe bat coronavirus also was not particularly dangerous to humans even after 4a. The researcher published another paper, this one about combining the RNA of other nasty virii into a coronavirus. Chinese scientists who were first to produce a gene sequence of the virus were astonished to note that there were RNA genes identical to those found in HIV and ebola - statistical impossibilities.
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    • Posted by $ Abaco 1 month, 1 week ago
      I saw a couple such whitepapers from the scientists in Wuhan labs when I first started studying this virus about a year ago. I can't find them online anymore...
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      • Posted by $ 1 month, 1 week ago
        I saved a few such items myself for posterity. Our "betters" have scrubbed much of the history that they didn't want to be preserved. History goes to the victors.
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    • Posted by $ 1 month, 1 week ago
      I used to play Nethack, a variant of Dungeons and Dragons, years ago. In that game, eating a bat would at minimum make you "bat crazy" like a cursed potion of confusion, but also would generate a check against poison resistance. How well games mirror reality. ;)
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      • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 1 week ago
        Both good games with similar mechanics just different worlds. I played (and still play) D&D though I'm more of an old-school guy. 4e and 5e almost require a computer to run; there are so many rules and modifiers it makes my head hurt. I also played TMNT and GURPS.

        I'm betting that the next few years my RPG days are going to change. I'm going to be role-playing how life would be like if we were free. :(
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        • Posted by $ 1 month, 1 week ago
          I really don't have time for games anymore, but it is not long before we get de-platformed.

          My kids used to watch a TV cartoon called Avatar: The Next Airbender. There were a couple of episodes in there regarding Ba Sing Se (particularly the brainwashing of a teenager in Lake Laogai) that are coming to mind. My head hurts.
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          • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 1 week ago
            That was a fun series. My kids binged it between Thanksgiving and Christmas because my son brought COVID back with him from college. [roll eyes] Though the series was ostensibly for kids, there were definitely some lessons in there for the observant.

            Hmmm... It was kind of interesting but three of the elements had an "advanced" series: fire -> lightning; earth -> metal; water -> blood. I was trying to think of what would go with air. Weather, maybe?

            PS - there was a follow-up series called "The Legend of Korra" but it was a major bust. They tried to make it kind of steam punk, but my kids watched it once and gave it a thumbs down.
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            • Posted by $ 1 month, 1 week ago
              Four elements: Air, water, earth, fire. As a chemical engineer, I am a master of all four elements.

              Among the lessons in there for the observant, "The white lotus opens wide for those who know her ways." The lotus flower's ability to open or close depending on the humidity of its environment is a bioinspiration for much that is in nanotechnology, young Avatar!
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  • Posted by $ Stormi 1 month, 1 week ago
    This was a created, albeit not exactly the one they hoped for, but the one they are pushing. What they were trying for would have required an antidote, not a vaccine. This was no accident, too many patents for this virus, and one CDC grant was to work in that lab, learn how the virus is made, and track spread pattern - before any virus was loose!
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  • Posted by Kittyhawk 1 month, 1 week ago
    Scientists working in the lab in Wuhan being bitten by wild bats seems like an unbelievable coincidence. It sounds like a superhero backstory.

    I think it's far more likely that the virus was intentionally manmade. Professor Giuseppe Tritto's book "also connects the dots linking the Wuhan lab to France and the United States, showing how both countries provided financial and scientific help to the Chinese as they began to conduct ever more dangerous bioengineering experiments.

    "Although neither American nor French virologists are responsible for the end result … their early involvement may explain why so many insist that the 'chimera' must have come from nature. The last thing they want to admit is that they might have had a hand in it." Source: https://articles.mercola.com/sites/ar...

    Were the unfortunate bat-bitten lab workers also coincidentally attacked by a wild pangolin? What are the odds of that?!?! "However, the coronavirus isolated from pangolin is similar at 99 percent in a specific region of the S protein, which corresponds to the 74 amino acids involved in the ACE (Angiotensin Converting Enzyme 2) receptor binding domain, the one that allows the virus to enter human cells to infect them. By contrast, the virus RaTG13 isolated from bat R. affinis is highly divergent in this specific region (only 77 percent of similarity). This means that the coronavirus isolated from pangolin is capable of entering human cells whereas the one isolated from bat R. affinis is not." Source: https://consortiumnews.com/2020/03/20...
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 1 month, 1 week ago
    You can fool some of the people some of the time but you can't fool all of the people all of the time.
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    • Posted by $ 1 month, 1 week ago
      This example is more like, "You can fool many people all of the time, and those you can't, you intimidate, "re-program", and/or eventually eliminate. Re-programming was yesterday's word of the day.
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  • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 1 month, 1 week ago
    Sorry, J...I've become sarcastic over the past year...all I can think of is: To Bad...you conveniently got bitten by a bat...servers you right.
    Don't Screw with Mother Nature...it'll BITE you in the end!...and it did!, didn't it?
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    • Posted by $ 1 month, 1 week ago
      I was thinking the same thing. In the Star Trek series, the Federation was not allowed to share technology with sufficiently more primitive cultures that such cultures were not yet ready to be exposed to. In this case, the culture not ready would be ... humanity.
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      • Posted by $ Olduglycarl 1 month, 1 week ago
        Laughing...although my research has identified Humanoidal entities to be wanting...Conscious Human Life is amazing.
        By measure, our old testament bicameral ancestors had humanoids beat hands down and They heard voices that were not their own!
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  • Posted by $ Dobrien 1 month, 1 week ago
    Well let’s see they lied about the bats 🦇 in the wet market. So then they lied about an accidental infection from a Wuhan lab worker bringing it home to her husband who went to eat at the wet market. Heck now they are going to tell us the truth. Bats 🦇 bit the researchers. It would almost be funny if such worldwide casualties were not the result. BTW your video was taken down by the wonderful folks at YouTube. Prof jbrenner this video will likely peak your interest. https://freedomplatform.tv/plandemic-...
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