The Origin Story of You-Know-What

Yesterday in Instagram and Twitter, I posted the post and caption regarding my curiosity as to when are we going to know the origins of COVID. As one can expect when discussing the origin of COVID, the comments section was quite entertaining. I do have to tip my hat to the several folks who provided me with actual data to support their claim and that’s likely what you are here for. If you’d like to contribute to this post with evidence-based data, I’d be happy to give you credit for educating me and the rest of the people who come to this website.

Peer-reviewed paper in support of a natural origin.

The following paper was shared with me by both Dr. Bryce Bergeron and @blubsie who respectfully provided me with this paper.

Andersen KG, Rambaut A, Lipkin WI, Holmes EC, Garry RF. The proximal origin of SARS-CoV-2. Nat Med. 2020 Apr;26(4):450-452. doi: 10.1038/s41591-020-0820-9. PMID: 32284615; PMCID: PMC7095063.
Link to Article

Peer-reviewed paper in support of a unnatural origin.

The following article is also peer reviewed but in a lesser-known (or honestly completely unknown) journal by @lift_rungrrl.

Segreto R, Deigin Y, McCairn K, Sousa A, Sirotkin D, Sirotkin K, Couey JJ, Jones A, Zhang D. Should we discount the laboratory origin of COVID-19? Environ Chem Lett. 2021 Mar 25:1-15. doi: 10.1007/s10311-021-01211-0. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 33786037; PMCID: PMC7993900.
Link to Article

I guess it’s not clear as day in one direction or the other at this point. Hence why I created my post. Are you disappointed that this is it? Yep. Me too. If you’d like to submit other papers so I and others can read them, DM me. You’ll get credit. Thanks! If you’re digging for a cheap, evidence-based treatment to help keep patients out of the hospital, check out fluvoxamine.

– EJ

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