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Who here believes it was created in a lab in Kansas? In 1918 in Kansas you might be able to find an old horse doctor that could pull a bullet out of you, but could you find a lab that could manage gain of function research? 

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It may have originated in Kansas, but not in a lab

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JeanMoulin » 21 Jul 2021, 6:43 pm » wrote: Who here believes it was created in a lab in Kansas? In 1918 in Kansas you might be able to find an old horse doctor that could pull a bullet out of you, but could you find a lab that could manage gain of function research?

What the **** does this have to do with COVID? In 1918 they had to piss in a pot. I don't know if you noticed, but technology has come a long way since then. 

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Vegas » 21 Jul 2021, 7:24 pm » wrote: What the **** does this have to do with COVID? In 1918 they had to piss in a pot. I don't know if you noticed, but technology has come a long way since then.
Yes, but it was just as deadly as C-19 is today. So if it was passed from animal to humans then, why do you believe the same thing is not possible now? Just because now we have the capability of making it in a lab, by no means does that prove that it was.
 

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Arris » 21 Jul 2021, 7:20 pm » wrote: It may have originated in Kansas, but not in a lab
Of course not, but many here believe that C-19 was. It proves that deadly viruses existed long before labs. Could it have been? Sure, but history also shows us that you don't need a lab to have a pandemic.
 

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JeanMoulin » 21 Jul 2021, 6:43 pm » wrote: Who here believes it was created in a lab in Kansas? In 1918 in Kansas you might be able to find an old horse doctor that could pull a bullet out of you, but could you find a lab that could manage gain of function research?
In 1918 most victims died of bacterial pneumonia. 
 

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JeanMoulin » 21 Jul 2021, 8:19 pm » wrote: Yes, but it was just as deadly as C-19 is today. So if it was passed from animal to humans then, why do you believe the same thing is not possible now? Just because now we have the capability of making it in a lab, by no means does that prove that it was.
Scientists have been looking at it. They can tell by looking at its genetics.. a part of it was added on and does not occur in nature. When viruses go from animal to humans. Someone will probably come along with more on this.. I just laid out the gist.

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JeanMoulin » 21 Jul 2021, 6:43 pm » wrote: Who here believes it was created in a lab in Kansas? In 1918 in Kansas you might be able to find an old horse doctor that could pull a bullet out of you, but could you find a lab that could manage gain of function research?
I believe you are a bit confused...

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JeanMoulin » 21 Jul 2021, 6:43 pm » wrote: Who here believes it was created in a lab in Kansas? In 1918 in Kansas you might be able to find an old horse doctor that could pull a bullet out of you, but could you find a lab that could manage gain of function research?

Next time you think you have a "GOTCHA THREAD TOPIC"...........go lie down and close your eyes until the urge to post such ridiculous nonsense passes...... :rolleyes:  

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sootedupCyndi » 22 Jul 2021, 1:44 am » wrote: Scientists have been looking at it. They can tell by looking at its genetics.. a part of it was added on and does not occur in nature. When viruses go from animal to humans. Someone will probably come along with more on this.. I just laid out the gist.
No moron

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