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Fri Aug 7, 2020, 04:03 AM

Christian 'Risks-Be-Damned' Hassell: Pushing Dangerous, Taxpayer-Funded Genetic Engineering and Gain

Interesting and pretty decent writing at an unusual site for this type of information including a rehash of the "unsolved" Ameritrax attack.

https://www.organicconsumers.org/blog/christian-hassell-pushing-dangerous-taxpayer-funded-genetic-engineering-and-gain-of-function-research?utm_medium=email&utm_source=engagingnetworks&utm_campaign=OB+670&utm_content=OB+670

Any scientific lab work that involves making pathogens more lethal, contagious, infectious, or resistant to disease—even when done, ostensibly, for defensive purposes or medical countermeasures development—is really too risky to do at all.

Especially when you consider that 30 years’ worth of gain-of-function research has produced no vaccine, and no cure for a pandemic.

But perhaps an even better reason to stop experiments that could be used to create biological weapons, or the next pandemic, is the large number of high-profile—some accidental, some nefarious—releases of deadly pathogens from U.S. labs.

One U.S. government scientist who’s been linked, at least indirectly, with at least one gain-of-function research lab failure is Dr. Christian Hassell. (snip)

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Fri Aug 7, 2020, 08:59 AM

1. This is frightening.

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