Life’s web

Sapoty Brook, Mullumbimby

What makes me laugh is that a presidentially halted project, that is later presidentially supported, receives government funding recommended by a senior virologist for experimentation in the lab of a trade war opponent, where an ethics committee secretly supports the in vivo testing of infectiousness of viruses with enhancement of spike receptor-binding proteins, via a little genetic cut and paste, which becomes a global trial that the most scientifically advanced country copes with the least, and the senior virologist has become respected as the infallible saviour.

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One response to “Life’s web”

  1. Local says:

    I suspect, close associates may need to take practical steps regarding mental health status and associated concerns? Based upon what we are reading this concern is real and transparent, no?

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