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Whose fingerprints are on the coronavirus?

Whose fingerprints are on the coronavirus? | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
This may well be why China recently told the U.S. to "correct its mistakes" concerning the origin of the virus. A day after President Donald Trump described coronavirus as the "Chinese Virus" on Twitter, Beijing responded, "We express strong indignation and objection to such stigmatization." But obviously, China finds itself on the horns of a dilemma about detailing development of the virus. After all, despite some U.S. and Australian government participation, the Chinese were the ones ultimately putting it all together and, in the end, responsible for its accidental release.
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interesting author - and an article to read in it's entirety - 

Exclusive: Lt. Col. James Zumwalt highlights assertion U.S., Australia entities involved

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6 things to know about Earth's 6th mass extinction

6 things to know about Earth's 6th mass extinction | INTELLIGENT WORLD TODAY | Scoop.it
A 2016 study also suggests this sixth mass extinction is killing off large ocean dwellers (like sharks, whales, giant clams, sea turtles and tuna) in disproportionately greater numbers than smaller animals. That's a reversal from past extinctions, when there was a slight connection between smaller size and going extinct.

And while previous extinctions were often linked to asteroids or volcanoes, this one is an inside job. It's caused mainly by one species — a mammal, ironically. The current crisis is the handiwork of humans, and we have a "unique propensity to cull the largest members of a population," the authors of the 2016 study write.
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going where no man has gone before is NOT a good thing here..

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