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Norwegian scientist claims coronavirus was lab-made


In recent weeks, Deutsche Rundschau extensively covered the debate about the origins of the SARS CoV-2 virus.  A new hypothesis has now surfaced blaming Chinese and U.S. scientists for jointly creating the virus which continues to infect a growing part of the world population and has thrown the global economy into an abyss.The new report seems to validate Professor Luc Montagnier's claim that the virus escaped from a lab in Wuhan. We are quoting from an article originally published by TS TechStartups:

  "Just after we thought the question about the origin of coronavirus has been settled, a new study from Norwegian virologist Birger Sørensen is now reigniting the debate about the possible origin of the deadly coronavirus. In a new peer-reviewed paper published together with Professor Angus Dalgleish of St George’s Hospital at the University of London, Sorensen claimed the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is not natural in origin.

   According to the study, which was published in the Quarterly Review of Biophysics, the authors found that the coronavirus’s spike protein contains sequences that appear to be artificially inserted. “The inserted sequences should never have been published. Had it been today, it would never have happened. It was a big mistake the Chinese made. The inserted sequences have a functionality that we describe. We explain why they are essential. But the Chinese pointed to them first,” Sørensen told the NRK.

   The eye opening claims also found that the virus had been doctored to bind to humans: “We are aware that these findings could have political significance and raise troubling questions.” The two researchers also pointed out that the virus has hardly mutated since it began to infect humans, suggesting that it was already fully adapted to humans. According to Sørensen, this is quite unusual for viruses that cross species barriers. According to Sørensen, the virus has properties that differ greatly from SARS, and which have never been detected in nature.

   Sørensen said, "When we technically describe the virus, we see that it has not come about in a natural development. It’s done by Americans and Chinese, as part of what’s called “gain of function” studies. It is done all over the world. You say you don’t, but it happens all the time in advanced labs.”

Nickie Louise  -- TS TechStartups

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