A new research paper by British professor Angus Dalglis and Norwegian scientist Dr. Birger Sorensen has surfaced. It has been claimed by these scientists that the novel coronavirus is not a reliable natural ancestor of the SARS Cove-2 virus. It has been created by Chinese scientists who were working on the gain of function project in Wuhan Lab.
In a research paper released by the scientists, in which they have told that Chinese scientists caused the corona virus in Wuhan’s laboratory.
After this, it was shown through reverse engineering as if it had developed in a natural way. An attempt was made to show that the virus came naturally from bats into humans.
This new research has created a stir amid demands for a fresh investigation into the origin of the corona virus.
Scientists have claimed in research:
- Chinese scientists took the virus ‘backbone’ found in bats and added a new spike to it, turning it into the highly lethal and contagious COVID-19.
- Researchers found “unique fingerprints” in the Kovid-19 samples, to which they say it can only originate from laboratory manipulation.
- The study accuses Chinese laboratories of deliberately hiding or destroying data.
The ‘Gain of Function’ project designed to make the natural virus more contagious was outlawed by former US President Barack Obama.
In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Sorensen stated that the four amino acids in the spike have a positive charge, making the virus tightly cling to negatively charged parts of humans and become more contagious.
Because these positively charged amino acids also repel each other, it was rare in naturally occurring organisms to have three amino acids in a row, while all four together were ‘no chance’. is.
He wrote, “The laws of physics mean that you cannot have four positively charged amino acids simultaneously. The only way to achieve this is if you make it artificially.”
Sorensen says he believes the virus managed to get out of the low-security area of the institute where he believes gain of function research was being carried out.Note:
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