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Coronavirus and Conspiracies Week in Higher Education

Coronavirus and Conspiracies Week in Higher Education

Your weekly report on campus news.

Contagious diseases often present special challenges for colleges and universities. This one is no exception.

Compare and contrast.

Meanwhile, another strange story is brewing…

Speaking of conspiracies.

Other than that, it’s business as usual on campus.

The political climate hasn’t changed much either.

Paging the office of mental health services…


Oh goody.



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Freddie Sykes | February 8, 2020 at 9:34 am

Well, the good news is that the coronavirus only attacks racist xenophobias.

    The Dem Presidential Candidates seem to have contracted a liberal strain of this virus. From watching last night’s debate It’s apparent they have all gone full Woo Han

White House just requested that scientists investigate the origins of the coronavirus.

As ABC News reports, the director of the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), in a letter to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, requested that scientific experts “rapidly” look into the origins of the virus in order to address both the current spread and “to inform future outbreak preparation and better understand animal/human and environmental transmission aspects of coronaviruses.”

Don’t jump to conclusions. Everyone has been relying on government sources to jump to the conclusion that the cover story is true. What do we know about governments? Especially China and the UN?
So far, the reporting reminds me of the several domestic terrorist attacks (Boston Marathon e.g.) where the FBI immediately announced that terrorism was definitely not involved. I don’t trust ANY government. Let’s find out.

“i>The White House has good reason to question the official story as evolutionary biologist Dr. James Lyons-Weiler of the Institute for Pure and Applied Knowledge, showed and explained how the coronavirus’ genetic sequence – which has been publicly released by China – contains a unique “middle fragment” encoding a SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) spike protein that appears, according to his genomic analysis, to have been inserted into the 2019-nCoV virus using “pShuttle” technology. This technique can only be done in a lab, as it has never occurred naturally in nature.

“This isn’t a ‘conspiracy theory’, it is a scientific, medical theory,” says Del Bigtree, the Emmy-winning producer and founder of non-profit Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN).

We’ll see.