News Stories Quoted in
- UC Davis Aggie: Emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants raise concern for the future of the pandemic
- 9/15/2020. Newsweek. Fact-check: Does a New Study Give Evidence that the Coronavirus Was Made In a Lab?
- May 17, 2020. Newsweek: Scientists Shouldn't Rule Out Lab As Source of Coronavirus, New Study Says
- April 27, 2020. The controversial experiments and wuhan lab suspected of starting the coronavirus pandemic. Newsweek.
Relating to the lab vs natural origin theory of #SarsCOV2. I would like to call attention to the history of the anthrax attack investigation. Circumstantial evidence, that seemed so strong to so many people, was used to falsely accuse multiple people. https://t.co/olpDu8sKT9— Jonathan Eisen (@phylogenomics) March 27, 2021
This is a fascinating deep look into theories about the origins of #B117 #SARSCoV2 variant:— Jonathan Eisen (@phylogenomics) February 10, 2021
A lone infection may have changed the course of the pandemic https://t.co/jKNgWth63T
By @mattsreynolds1 w/ comments from @EvolveDotZoo, @LauringLab @firefoxx66 @GuptaR_lab @jcbarret
Yes, as I told @newsweek it is theoretically possible that a Chinese lab accidentally released #SARSCoV2 https://t.co/90qFnFcKJc but preponderance of evidence so far supports all natural events and the evidence actually supporting "lab release" is shown in this pic #Covid19 pic.twitter.com/TyqAiFnQuf— Jonathan Eisen (@phylogenomics) May 3, 2020
Reading: Scientists shouldn't rule out lab as source of coronavirus, new study says https://t.co/cZIyRXczrY - personally I do not find the analysis in this new paper remotely convincing 1/n— Jonathan Eisen (@phylogenomics) May 17, 2020