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Nachdem ich mir #coronaaussoehnung ein 2. Mal durchgelesen habe (ja, ich bin hart im Nehmen) bin ich immer noch auf der Suche, wo ich konkret die Stelle mit dem Aussöhnen resp. Versöhnen finde. Any ideas?

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- Nicht haltbare Angriffe gegen @c_drosten (z.B.Schweinegrippe, Todesraten, „Testitis“, Kritik an PCR…).

- Abwertung der Arbeit von Modellierern.

- Schüren von Impfskepsis: „Das Nebenwirkungspotential der Impfstoffe ist beträchtlich“. 2/n
- Plädoyer für natürl. Durchseuchung der Kinder:„Kinder immunisieren sich dauerhaft und nebenwirkungsarm durch Kontakt mit dem Wildvirus - wie übrigens die Mehrzahl der Erwachsenen - erwerben dadurch eine robuste Immunität und boostern die Immunität in der Bevölkerung […]“. 3/n
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This Science letter has been cited by many, including in my conversations with @dandrezner and @JamesSurowiecki, as a reason to take the “lab leak” more seriously. That’s not what this signer intended:…
We don’t do science by petition, so these letters are only marginally important to begin with. People are publishing research exploring zoonotic origins and debunking the main arguments advanced for a #LabLeak. Nothing in peer reviewed research literature requires #LabLeakTheory.
Worth comparing the recent Science letter with the letter a year ago that supposedly cemented groupthink forever and blocked lab escape research. They basically make the same points: support Chinese researchers, do a full investigatjon, don’t spread conspiracy theories.
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Over the last month, there has been considerable chatter about the #COVID19 #lableak hypothesis for the origin of #SARSCoV2, and President Biden even ordered US intelligence agencies to look into it. What, if anything, has changed? Is there new evidence?…
Spoiler alert: There's no new evidence to support #LabLeakTheory, and the arguments and evidence behind the claim that #SARSCoV2 was engineered is really weak. Bottom line: it's possible that the virus escaped from a lab, but far less likely than natural origin.
As an aside, I'm predicting that the comments section after my post will be turning into a real shitshow soon, once the #lableak trolls discover it. I apologize to our regular moderator, who will have to deal with it.
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