The Lancet, the world's leading medical journal, published an article in which it unequivocally condemns the letter written by Dr. Anthony Fauci, Peter Dashak of the EcoHealth Alliance, Jeremy Farrar of the Wellcome Trust and others.

On February 1, 2020, faced with the first evidence that the Covid pandemic could have originated in the Wuhan Laboratory, which he funded through Dashak's EcoHealth Alliance, Fauci organized a conference call, apparently to discuss how to hide this dangerous information, since the tracks led directly to them.

On February 19, 2020, Dashak, Farrar and others published a letter in The Lancet, which states: "Together, we strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 was created in a laboratory."

This letter was then used to suppress and censor the theory of leaks from Chinese laboratories in the mainstream media and on social networks for more than a year. There was no evidence of the claims of "scientists" and there is no evidence left.

Now a new article in The Lancet by Jacques van Helden from the University of Aix-Marseille in France, Richard Ebright from Rutgers University in New Jersey and 14 other authors criticized the unscientific fake news of the apologists of Fauci, "the vast majority of which is confirmed by the hypothesis that the coronavirus that caused the COVID-19 pandemic arose naturally":

"The authors linked any alternative point of view with conspiracy theories, stating: "Together, we strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 was created in a laboratory."

This statement prevented a broader scientific debate, including among scientific journalists, " Ebright and his colleagues say.

Contrary to the statement of the fake scientists, "there is no direct confirmation of the natural origin of SARS-CoV-2, and an accident related to the laboratory is quite likely. So far, there is no scientifically confirmed evidence directly confirming the natural origin."

"Neither the path from bats to humans, nor the geographical route from Yunnan (where samples of viruses most closely related to SARS-CoV-2 were taken) to Wuhan (where the pandemic originated) have been identified. The researchers write that more than 80,000 samples collected in Chinese wildlife territories and livestock farms were negative."

In addition, the international research community "does not have access to sites, samples or raw data" related to the Wuhan laboratory and the Covid outbreak, the article says. Even WHO Director-General Gebreyesus said that "all hypotheses remain valid, including about a laboratory leak."

The authors believe that a laboratory leak of the origin of the pandemic is "likely": "Some unusual features of the SARS-CoV-2 genome sequence suggest that they could be the result of genetic engineering."

Ebright and his colleagues also criticized the Fauci puppets for putting "unity" and their political agenda above critical evaluation and science:

"As scientists, we must assess all the hypotheses on a rational basis, and weigh their credibility on the basis of facts and evidence, not speculation about possible political consequences.

Contrary to the first letter, published in The Lancet, we do not think that scientists should promote "unity" ("We support the call Director-General of who to promote scientific evidence and unity, not misinformation and speculation").

As shown above, the hypotheses associated with research are not misinformation and assumptions. More importantly, science accepts alternative hypotheses, contradictory arguments, verification, refutability, and polemics. Deviation from this principle is fraught with the establishment of dogmas, rejection of the essence of science and, even worse, will pave the way for conspiracy theories. Instead, the scientific community should move these debates to where they should be: in the columns of scientific journals."

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