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COVID-19 origin in question due to early detection in Barcelona on March 2019 and Milan in December 2019
The official story of the origin of COVID-19 (SARS-nCOV-2) is an origin in a Wet Market (market where live exotic animals are sold) in Wuhan China, and that the virus made a jump from Bats to Humans. They eat bats in China, by the way. According to this Oxford Univ researcher, samples of COVID-19 RNA were found in samples from the Barcelona sewage system in March 2019, and other sewage systems in Europe a little later. That indicates an earlier spread of the virus and raising doubts about the official story.
COVID-19 origin in question due to early detection in Barcelona on March 2019 and Milan in December 2019 (UPDATE)
The official story of the origin of COVID-19 (SARS-nCOV-2) is an origin in a Wet Market (market where live exotic animals are sold) in Wuhan China, in November-December 2019, and that the virus made a jump from Bats to Humans. They eat bats in China, by the way. But, new evidence has appeared showing that COVID-19 was clearly circulating in Lombardy (Italy) in September 2019, and possibly in Barcelona (Spain) in March 2019. That indicates an earlier spread of the virus and raising doubts about the official story.
COVID-19 was in Europe in summer/fall 2019, negating the official COVID-19 origin story
The official COVID-19 origin story, is that it came from Wuhan China, probably in a "wet market". Certain evidence is available showing COVID-19 was circulating in at least Barcelona and Milan well before the official origin in Wuhan. Recently the US Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released an updated report on the origin of COVID-19. As useful as this report is, it contains a significant flaw in relying on the official origin story in Wuhan. But, ODNI, what about the earlier spread of the disease in Europe?
Carbon Nanotube biological sensor for detecting COVID-19 or other infections
MIT scientists have developed an exciting new technology for quickly developing biological "sensors". Using specially designed carbon nanotube structures, the technology will glow (in the infrared spectrum) in the presence of targeted chemicals. The technique allows rapid development of structures to target specific chemicals, for example a COVID-19 sensor was designed in just 10 days.
Does a COVID-19 Vaccine have 'Mark of the Beast' written all over it?
We've all seen folks afraid of the COVID-19 vaccine because it has been engineered as a tool of mass enslavement, while warning us about The Mark of the Beast. The only technology that could possibly do this is to somehow hide RFID, or Radio Frequency ID chips, in a fake vaccine. Then somehow, probably through universal surveillance, we would all be under the thumb of Big Brother. But, it is flatly impossible to hide implantation of RFID chips in what would look like a vaccination.
Instacart shoppers planning strike next week amidst huge demand from customers sheltering from Coronavirus
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic is well underway, with people around the world following shelter-in-place orders. To get food some of us have turned to Instacart (and other delivery services) to have food brought to our homes, rather than to risk virus exposure in the stores. That means Instacart's Shoppers are risking virus exposure in the store, rather than those of us hunkering down at home. To make it worse, Instacart Shoppers, as independent contractors, do not have the protections a regular employee would have. As a result, a group of Instacart Shoppers plan to stage a strike next week.
Is US Patent 11107588 a vaccine-injected big brother tracking system?
According to a posting from the Gab social media network, Noah was a conspiracy theorist until it started to rain, COVID-19 is a bioweapon, etc, and oh by the way we all must look at US Patent Number 1110758 because the COVID-19 vaccine has tracking technology. The post didn't say which vaccine has this technology. But that doesn't matter since, while the patent in question discusses tracking people to aid in distributing vaccinations, it has nothing about tracking technology which can be injected via a vaccine.
Of course people are confusing Corona Beer with the Coronavirus, unfortunately
The Coronavirus is apparently a very serious issue. The World Health Organization just declared a world health emergency over this disease outbreak. Since they did that after only 300 or so deaths indicates that officials see something serious in the pattern of this disease that it is feared it will become a major problem. On the other hand there is a spike in Google Searches for the phrase "corona beer virus" - which just tells us that a lot of people are easily confused. Hey! People! It's not about Corona Beer!
Romanian tech lab, Modulab, develops autonomous disinfection robot amid Coronavirus worries
With the COVID-19 Coronavirus Pandemic well underway we all face a challenge of protection against a disease where only a small number of people have immunity. A technology team in Romania has developed an autonomous robot capable of disinfecting an area regardless of what pathogen is present, meaning it is useful not only for COVID-19 but for any other similar disease in the future. The new robot is the teams first prototype, and they are aiming to develop it further, and to find interested agencies who want to buy copies.
Sen. Sanders, others, question Amazon about COVID-19 safety in its warehouse and shipping operations
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing us to stay at home, many are turning to online retailers like Amazon to delivery necessary supplies. But if the shipping facilities are themselves infected with COVID-19, the infection can reach into our houses even if we don't go outside. Sen. Bernie Sanders and others have sent queries to Amazon over whether conditions in Amazon's warehouses are safe for workers, and by extension safe for the products shipped through those facilities.
U of Houston researchers develop COVID-19-killing air filter for HVAC systems
Rather than sit around moaning about being unable to do anything because COVID-19 fears say we can't go anywhere, researchers at the University of Houston went to the lab and developed a “catch and kill” air filter that can trap the virus responsible for COVID-19, killing it instantly. The device is simply a nickel "foam" air filter, that is heated to a temperature that kills pathogens. That's it, very simple, and shown to be effective at killing 98% of COVID-19, as well as other pathogens, in one pass through the filter.
Using ultraviolet (UV-C) light to disinfect public spaces from COVID-19 and other pathogens
As of this writing the world in the grips of a Pandemic, the COVID-19 pandemic caused by the SARS-COV-2 virus that is killing people around the world. This disease easily spreads, especially in areas where there is a high density of people in close quarters. This makes public spaces in large cities a potential danger zone. The mass transit systems we need to decrease traffic congestion are potential vectors for spreading not just the COVID-19 virus, but any other pathogen. An infected person could easily get on a bus, cough a lot, wipe some mucous on a seat-back, etc, leaving behind infectious pathogens that will be picked up by the next person to sit in that seat. What if there were an easy and inexpensive way to disinfect public spaces to reduce this risk?
Video on internal UV light COVID-19 treatment supposedly yanked from YouTube
A few days ago Pres. Trump made a strange statement about using ultraviolet light inside the body as a COVID-19 treatment. At first that seemed like another of Trump's stupid ideas, but then news surfaced of a company (Aytu Bioscience) who has licensed just such a technology from Cedars-Sinai Hospital, and is rapidly trying to commercialize it. But then YouTube seems to have pulled a video from the company touting the technology, followed by a right wing agitator trying to gin up a controversy via a series of Twitter posts. The agitator is claiming this matches an existing pattern where YouTube is supposedly suppressing right wing conservatives because YouTube supposedly has a liberal bias.