“So to be clear, [China] released this genetic code so you can look at it.”
James Lyons-Weiler, PhD, Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge:
“Yeah, I’ve analyzed the entire genome sequence of this virus (Wuhan coronavirus) and compared it to the entire genome sequences of all the other coronaviruses that we have data for, and this weird element that doesn’t belong there; I’ve found that it actually did match a vector technology that was published in 1998 in the proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
This vector technology is a mechanism by which molecular biologists insert new genes into viruses and bacteria.
Now It’s really unusual to find a vector technology sequence in a virus that’s circulating in humans, and so naturally, one thing we can say, I think for certain, is that this particular virus has a laboratory origin. So we can rule out a natural origin.”
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