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As quoted in numerous stories in Florida papers today, March 24, 2020: "Today there are over 190 direct flights from the New York City area to Florida,” [Gov. Ron] DeSantis said. “I would reckon given the outbreak there that every single flight has someone on it that is positive for COVID-19, and so as we’re working to stop it in the state of Florida.” So, ...


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Q: Is SARS-CoV-2 a biological weapon released by the US military? The probability of this being true approaches effectively zero. What is known so far: It's genetics only point into one direction: that it evolved naturally, in the wild. Neither is it presently more probable to be 'engineered' in any kind of lab, nor is it likely 'released intentionally by ...


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COVID-19 Likely came from a live animal transmitting it to a human I've seen others covering this, but it bears repeating. China has a large underground market for freshly slaughtered meat (as in they kill the animal right in front of you). Smithsonian Magazine reported on this in 2017 Officially, the live-bird markets in Beijing have been shuttered for ...


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Let's start by saying that all available evidence shows that SARS-CoV-2 (the virus causing COVID-19) is not made (and not even modified) in a lab. There's a very good Bio SE question on this, which I see no point in rehashing here. So, that leaves us with a reduced theory that US has found a novel naturally occuring coronavirus and has weaponized it (to ...


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