A Few Thoughts About the ODNI Summary

Last week, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a declassified version of its summary of findings as to the role the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) did or did not play in the origin of SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. If you read the report, it seems pretty clear that there is no evidence for a lab leak: the only supposed evidence is that WIV was doing genetic manipulation of other coronaviruses and that these techniques might not leave evidence of genetic manipulation. That’s it.

What I find frustrating is that there is no evidence to support how two different agencies reached the following conclusion:

The Department of Energy and the Federal Bureau of Investigation assess that a laboratory-associated incident was the most likely cause of the first human infection with SARS-CoV-2, although for different reasons.

For the lab leak hypothesis to be correct, one has to assume the lab leak happened in such a way that it’s hard to prove that it happened, while simultaneously providing copious evidence that support the market hypothesis. But we are provided no scientific evidence of a lab leak or that WIV manipulated a virus that would have required over 1,000 genetic changes to wind up with SARS-CoV-2. Given how badly some of our intelligence agencies fucked up the anthrax investigation, we really need to understand how the FBI and DoE reached their conclusions–and we still don’t.

The stupidity will continue for the time being.

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1 Response to A Few Thoughts About the ODNI Summary

  1. Banji says:

    Like with the investigation about fake energy weapons making staff in US Cuban embassy concluded the beam attacks we made it was stress, probably allergic reactions, plain old illness running through an isolated, close knit community. All the investigators say is we found no proof which means what people were saying happened is not true. But some journalists pretend not to understand that. Conspiracy theorists will claim lack of proof is the proof.

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