A comparison of data published by Peter Daszak, Shi Zhengli et al in 2013 to data in PREDICT on Rhinolophus sinicus
Although the paper doesn’t misstate the facts per se, it is misleading, and it raises questions about the way the authors published their findings.
his data search shows that Peter Daszak’s team in the USAID’s “PREDICT” Project found two R. affinis bats in China in 2010 that tested positive for a coronavirus they named Predict CoV-39.
An unknown expert at the WHO recently discussed plans of Peter Daszak to create a “Frankenstein” coronavirus that was made from multiple viruses. Daily Mail: “The expert, who asked the paper (Telegraph) not to publish their name, said that, if such a method had been carried out, it could explain why no close match has […]
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