Prof. Shmuel Shapira says that Boston University (BU) scientists are "playing with fire" after it was revealed that they supposedly created a new Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) "strain" that is deadlier than the last one.
The hybrid virus allegedly made from a combination of the Omicron (Moronic) variant and the original Wuhan strain is reportedly capable of killing 80 percent of those infected.
If there is any truth to this, then that would mean that illegal gain of function research is taking place at BU – this being a very serious crime worthy of prosecution without prejudice. (Related: Leaked emails show that the National Institutes of Health [NIH] funded illegal gain of function research in Wuhan, China.)
Why, exactly, are BU scientists trying to create deadlier versions of the Fauci Flu? This is a question that Shapira, this writer, and many others definitely want answered.
"The research is a clear example of gain of function research," noted Dr. Richard Ebright, a chemist at Rutgers University who remains outspoken about various matters pertaining to the plandemic.
"If we are to avoid a next lab-generated pandemic, it is imperative that oversight of enhanced potential pandemic pathogen research be strengthened."
The new research out of Boston, which has not yet been peer reviewed, involved creating a unique structure not found in nature that causes Moronic's spike protein to bind to and invade human cells.
This would not normally occur in wild-type coronaviruses because those circulate strictly within animals. But thanks to human tampering, these new genetically-modified (GM) coronaviruses have the ability, we are told, to spread to and through humans.
The original Moronic strain that was used previously only caused "mild" symptoms in test mice, all of which survived. The new GM strain, however, killed 80 percent of them.
"In ... mice, while Omicron causes mild, non-fatal infection, the Omicron S-carrying virus inflicts severe disease with a mortality rate of 80 percent," the paper reveals.
According to Dr. Ebright, the paper's revelations clearly show that illegal gain of function research is taking place, and that this constitutes the creation of an "enhanced potential pandemic pathogen," or ePPP.
"It is especially concerning that this new U.S.-government ePPP research – like the previous U.S.-government ePPP research on chimeric SARS-related coronaviruses at Wuhan Institute of Virology that may have caused the pandemic – appears not to have undergone the prior risk-benefit review mandated under U.S.-government policies," Ebright further stated.
"If we are to avoid a next lab-generated pandemic, it is imperative that oversight of ePPP research be strengthened."
Ebright went on to state that existing policies mandating prior risk-benefit assessment of ePPP simply be followed since apparently right now they are being enforced. It is up to government officials and their associated agencies to take the reins and protect the public from this high-risk research.
Prof. David Livermore, a professor of microbiology at the United Kingdom's University of East Anglia largely agrees, having told the DailyMail Online that such research is what led to the first scamdemic.
"Given the strong likelihood that the Covid pandemic originated from the escape of a lab-manipulated coronavirus in Wuhan, these experiments seem profoundly unwise," Livermore is quoted as saying.
BU claims that the research taking place on its grounds is not gain of function and that it was reviewed and approved by the Institutional Biosafety Committee (IBC) and the Boston Public Health Commission.
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