SARS-CoV-2 has a genetic trace that the natural coronavirus does not, according to an article by Dr. Stephen Quay and UC Berkeley physics professor Richard Mueller in The wall street journal…
American scientists have identified in the new coronavirus the sequence of genomes in the CGG-CGG combination, which is often used to enhance the infectiousness and lethality of viruses:
1. According to experts, it is a kind of beacon that allows you to track the insert in the laboratory, since in nature this sequence is extremely rare.
According to the authors of the article, the natural coronaviruses SARS or MERS do not have it. According to them, in this case, the new coronavirus simply could not get such a sequence on its own.
2. The SARS and MERS viruses, as they spread among people, began to evolve, while the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus did not undergo any changes for several months, but was initially in an extremely aggressive version.
“COVID-19 didn’t work that way. It appeared in humans already adapted, in an extremely aggressive form. He did not undergo any serious mutations for several months, until the first such change was found in England, “the authors of the article write.
In their opinion, this early optimization is unprecedented and involves a long period of adaptation before its public dissemination. Science knows the only way to achieve this result:
modeling of natural evolution; growing the virus on human cells until they reach maximum efficiency.
“The presence of the CGG sequence in CoV-2 is strong evidence of gene splicing. Scientific evidence indicates that the coronavirus was developed in a laboratory, ”the authors of the article conclude.
It is noted that over more than 20 years, at least 11 laboratory experiments have been carried out with the addition of a special sequence in the same place. Overactive viruses have always been the result of this work.
Earlier, a similar statement was made by British scientists, as reported by the publication dailymail…