rideforever Posted January 7, 2021 Share Posted January 7, 2021 34 minutes ago, Manuel P. said: Then what about the images representing Sars-Cov-2 in for example these images I was asking the exact same question yesterday, but I am unsure. In one document published I think in Aug 2020, the CDC said that they had no virus isolates. Many of these images do not show where they come from, which study who did it with what equipment and where. The internet just copies ... but who made these images. This is a very interesting scientific paper from May 2020 which says that the scientists themselves had seen photos that were phoney and the study seems to say that nobody has any images of it. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7237172/ Nevertheless human coronaviruses are pretty common, there are many. Last year I was looking for photos of the planets ... it took me a long time realise that most of the photos were composite and not actual photos ... they were made by a computer stitiching together other images, often visual images plus radio images ... even on the NASA website. It was not easy to find an actual photo of all the planets ... that were not modified by computer. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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