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Wuhan Flu

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , on April 25, 2021 by andelino

This map of China with the widely-recognized SARS-CoV-2 virus graphic superimposed is to not let the communist government get away with the lies and horrific behavior that ignited the pandemic.

While this bat pathogen may have escaped from a Wuhan lab, the evidence goes against the claim that the virus was engineered as a biological weapon. How can a coronavirus get into a cell? And, see how we know it’s not a bio weapon.

Real Science Radio host Bob Enyart shows in a mere 3-minute animation of a human cell that we can only say, “Look what the Lord hath wrought!”

Bob Enyart interviews molecular biologist Dr. Kevin Anderson, director of the CRS Van Andel research center in Arizona on the coronavirus outbreak. Reportedly, early patients had connections to a seafood and animal market in Wuhan and, as reason for concern, Americans evacuated from that Chinese city land in Southern California.

Thankfully though, already, the full genome of the 2019-nCoV coronavirus strain has been sequenced and made available publicly to researchers worldwide.

This early in the epidemic, as an RSR connection that you’ll likely get nowhere else, remember that in October 2019 the journal Science reported on a huge breakthrough against the flu effective for apparently all known human and non-human strains.

A family of three targeted antibodies disable all of the many varied forms of a viral protein by essentially putting a physical “loop” through the “gears” of the very mechanism used to spread the disease throughout the body.

So, while a pandemic of course is possible, RSR remains optimistic because of such extraordinary developments! So stay tuned! Also, a 2018 Nobel prize winner has just confirmed something that Bob and Kevin said on air four years ago, that among all the ways that Darwinism has hindered science, biology professors thought that killer immune system cells were too weird evolutionarily to even exist.

That helps to explain why for “more than 100 years, most medical researchers concluded that the immune system and cancer simply had nothing to say to each other. Cancer immunotherapy was condemned as a quaint if simplistic idea based on bad non-Darwinian science.”

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