The SARS-CoV-2 Origin Resource Project, v9.0
The largest collection of references & resources on COVID's origin - in the world
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[*in my fight against the mortgage mandate]
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I just uploaded version 9.0 of my SARS-CoV-2 Origin Reference Resource Project to ResearchGate.
For more background information regarding this project, see my post from the last update:
The section with the most new material and tabs is “Evidence of Unnatural Origin,” which includes a tab that lay out the key research articles that directly lead to a virus just like SARS-CoV-2, and shows the connections between the labs of various countries and how they worked together to make new discoveries along the way. I’ve also provided tabs which lay out the suspicious elements of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, the mutations which have occurred in the vicinity of those suspicious elements, comparisons of those suspicious elements with known or potential bio-weapons, and a complete list of all BSL-4 labs where [ostensibly] such experiments would be taking place:
I’ll repeat my project’s hypothesis as well:
I will end with the list of principles that I’ve adhered to while compiling this list over the last 2.5 years:
*It’s important to point out that I’ve never added links to articles I’ve not read - one of my primary motivations has been to provide an accurate, relevant and unbiased collection of information, so that it might be useful to everyone regardless of their own personal views about where the SARS-CoV-2 virus came from. This includes ~131,000 pages of FOIA documents, which is about 85% of the total released to date.
My principles for this project:
-Provide links to all relevant sources covering each major hypothesis, regardless of my own personal leanings
-Ensure that the sources are relevant; reading each item prior to adding it to the collection means that I can provide an intelligent explanation, should anyone have questions about my editorial decisions.
-In particular, since one of my main areas of research has been scientific censorship, I feel a burden to set an example that can’t be credibly attacked for engaging in similar types of narrative control.