COVID-19 not Bioengineered

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COVID-19 not Bioengineered is hupothesis that implies that the coronavirus pandemic of years 2019-2020 is not result of application of bioweapon engineered with goal to kill innocent people.

COVID-19 not Bioengineered opposes to hypothesis COVID-19 Bioengineered that implies that this virus is designed and seeder, spread with goal to suppress several countries and, perhaps, the old population in Russia in order to simplify the plundering of Rissian pension fund by the corrupted Russian officials.

Publications in favor of each of the concepts mentioned above are collected in TORI.
Publications in favor of concept COVID-19 not Bioengineered are collected in this article.

The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2

Kristian G. Andersen, Andrew Rambaut, W. Ian Lipkin, Edward C. Holmes & Robert F. Garry.

The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2. Published: 17 March 2020

To the Editor — Since the first reports of novel pneumonia (COVID-19) in Wuhan, Hubei province, China1,2, there has been considerable discussion on the origin of the causative virus, SARS-CoV-23 (also referred to as HCoV-19)4. Infections with SARS-CoV-2 are now widespread, and as of 11 March 2020, 121,564 cases have been confirmed in more than 110 countries, with 4,373 deaths5.

.. genetic data irrefutably show that SARS-CoV-2 is not derived from any previously used virus backbone20 ..

2019.09.16 ГНЦ Вектор

16 сентября 2019, 14:37 20309

Под Новосибирском произошел взрыв в научном центре, где хранится вирус лихорадки Эбола

В Роспотребнадзоре подтвердили взрыв и пожар в центре вирусологии и биотехнологии "Вектор" в Новосибирске, где хранится одна из самых полных в мире коллекций вирусов, в том числе лихорадки Эбола, лихорадки Марбурга, SARS, натуральной оспы и прочих

Взрыв произошел в новосибирском центре вирусологии и биотехнологии «Вектор», расположенном в наукограде Кольцово. Из-за пожара пострадал один человек.

Как сообщает «Сиб.фм», о пожаре стало известно сегодня, 16 сентября около 17 часов по местному времени (13.00 мск). Местные жители рассказали о взрыве, дыма снаружи не видно. На месте работают пожарные и врачи «скорой помощи». Сообщается о двух пострадавших, обе женщины.

«Интерфакс» со ссылкой на мэра Кольцово Николая Красникова сообщил об одном пострадавшем. С ожогами госпитализирован строитель. Сам хлопок произошел в корпусе во время ремонта при подготовке к покрасочным работам. Площадь пожара составила 30 кв. м. Красников уверяет, что корпус по назначению не использовался, угрозы безопасности нет.

В государственном научном центре «Вектор» хранится одна из самых полных в мире коллекций вирусов, в том числе лихорадки Эбола, лихорадки Марбурга, SARS, натуральной оспы и других. Пожар на «Векторе» 16.09.2019. 16.09.2019 г., Новосибирская обл., р.п.Кольцово, Государственный научный центр «Вектор» Произошел взрыв газового баллона с пожаром (ликвидирован на площади 30 м2) на 5 этаже 6-этажного железобетонного лабораторного корпуса в помещении санпропускника, находящемся на ремонте. Никаких работ с биологическим материалом на корпусе не проводилось. Пострадал 1 человек, конструкции здания не повреждены. Поздравляем Татьяну Николаевну Ильичёву с юбилеем!

Bruce Lee

Bruce Y. Lee Senior Contributor.

No, COVID-19 Coronavirus Was Not Bioengineered. Here’s The Research That Debunks That Idea

(some non-constructive critics)

Scientists, you know the ones who are actually trying to find the truth and solve a problem rather than blame people, have been conducting genetic analyses to determine where the virus came from and how it ended up infecting humans. Although viruses aren’t exactly like people as they don’t seem to have feelings or spread rumors, viruses do have genetic material like people, except their genetic material is not quite as complex as those of humans. Nevertheless, like humans, viruses still pass along such materials when they replicate and evolve. It’s not as simple as The Jerry Springer Show using genetic testing to find out if a guy is someone’s father, but scientists can use more advanced genetic analysis to figure out the origins, the “family tree” of SARS-CoV2.

Indeed, strong clues had already emerged by February 26, 2020, when a Perspectives piece was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. In the piece, David M. Morens, M.D. and Peter Daszak, Ph.D. from the National Institute of Health (NIH) and Jeffery K. Taubenberger, M.D., Ph.D. wrote: “Of course, scientists tell us that SARS-CoV-2 did not escape from a jar: RNA sequences closely resemble those of viruses that silently circulate in bats, and epidemiologic information implicates a bat-origin virus infecting unidentified animal species sold in China’s live-animal markets.”

This wasn’t exactly a case of same bat channel, same bat time. But the first, more deadlier SARS virus seemed to cause the 2002-2003 outbreak after it had managed to jump from bats to humans via intermediate hosts such as masked palm civets. Yes, some masked beings may have inadvertently partnered with bats to bring the original SARS virus to humans. So it wouldn’t be too surprising if something like that happened again for SARS-CoV2.

Even more evidence of a natural rather than human-made origin for SARS-CoV2 has emerged from a study described in a research letter just published in Nature Medicine. In the letter, a research team (Kristian G. Andersen from The Scripps Research Institute, Andrew Rambaut from the University of Edinburgh, W. Ian Lipkin from the Mailman School of Public Health of Columbia University, Edward C. Holmes from The University of Sydney and Robert F. Garry from Tulane University) described how they had analyzed the genetic sequences that code for the protein spikes on the surface of SARS-CoV2. The virus looks sort of like a medieval mace with multiple spikes sticking out from its spherical shape. These spikes aren’t just for show as the virus uses them to latch on to a cell that it wants to invade and then push its way into the cell. Very medieval stuff.

Apparently, portions of these spike proteins are so effective in targeting specific receptors on human cells that it is hard to imagine humans manufacturing them, not with known existing technology. The researchers then concluded that this feature and thus the new coronavirus could have in all likelihood only evolved over time naturally. You see humans can make useful stuff like ride-sharing apps but are still quite puny compared to nature when it comes to making stuff like viruses.

In fact, the research team found that the SARS-CoV-2 structure in general is quite different from what humans would have likely concocted. If a human had wanted to create a viral weapon, he or she would have started with the structure of a virus that’s already known to cause illness in people. Naturally, if you want to make a weapon, you may want to start with something like a grenade launcher rather than a smoothie maker, not that the virus looks like either. Instead, the structure of SARS-CoV2 is quite similar to those of viruses known to infect bats and pangolins.

So all of this further supports the theory that the virus jumped from bats to humans via some intermediate animal host. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the virus started causing trouble as soon as it started infecting humans. An alternative possibility is that it jumped a longer time ago and hung out among humans for a while before eventually evolving into its current troublesome selves. This latter possibility would be somewhat analogous to inviting someone to live with you because he or she initially seemed relatively harmless but then over time finding out that this flat mate has become a terror.

The findings from the genetic analyses are consistent with how SARS-CoV2 is currently behaving. The virus is not acting like a bio-weapon right now. The best bio-weapons kill at a much higher rate and can be readily transported and released. Imagine being told that a bio-weapon might take the lives of 1% to 3.4% of the people that it infects but you don’t quite know specifically which ones. The difference between SARS-CoV2 and pathogens like the Ebola Virus or anthrax is like the difference between a bunch of sofas and a collection of missiles. Sure, the former can cause harm but not in a predictable and consistent manner. If someone actually decided to develop SARS-CoV2 as a bio-weapon, that person needs to find a new job.

So there you have it: scientific evidence trumping conspiracy theories. Will all of these scientific findings finally quash the “virus-was-made-in-a-lab-and-it-is-your-fault” rhetoric between the politicians and on social media? Probably not. Since when has science stopped such political rhetoric. Maybe, though, it will get more people to focus on the much more important matter at hand: trying to control this pandemic together.

Aleksei Potehin

2020.02.30, Aleksei Potehin assumes, that the vovid19 is not related with human envineering. [1]


  1. Вирусолог Алексей Потехин о коронавирусе: «Чует мое сердце, что мы накануне грандиозного шухера» 30.03.2020. .. 5) Этот вирус не имеет никакого отношения к человеческим разработкам и не «сбежал» ни из какой лаборатории. ..


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