Great Game India is reporting that "A study showing that it takes as few as five mutations to turn the H5N1 avian influenza virus into an airborne spreader in mammals—and that launched a historic debate on scientific accountability and transparency—was released today in Science, spilling the full experimental details that many experts had sought to suppress out of concern that publishing them could lead to the unleashing of a dangerous virus."
"In the lengthy report, Ron Fouchier, PhD, of Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands and colleagues describe how they used a combination of genetic engineering and serial infection of ferrets to create a mutant H5N1 virus that can spread among ferrets without direct contact."
Why the f*ck would they do that? Why would they intentionally try to create an airborne mutant virus? Those kind of studies have nothing to do with protecting humanity and should not be funded. All these biolabs in the Ukraine should not be funded. Only they're not just in the Ukraine. They're all over the world.
We need to stop funding this kind of research. Let's spend the money on finding a cure for cancer instead of creating new deadly pathogens that accidentally leak out of these treasonous biolabs.
"When word of the Fouchier and Kawaoka studies got out last fall, it sparked concern about the potential for creation and intentional or unintentional release of a pandemic virus. This led to a review by the US National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB), which advises the Department of Health and Human Services." No kidding.
Covid 19 came from the Wuhan lab which was tied to Anthony Fauci. It did not come from eating a cooked bat. There were no bats sold at the Wuhan seafood market where the outbreak occurred. The Wuhan lab was studying corona viruses in bats. Someone from the lab accidentally infected the seafood market buying lunch or they did it on purpose. I believe they did it on purpose. Gadaffi warned us about this kind of research before they killed him.
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