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Reviews of "Unusual Features of the SARS-CoV-2 Genome Suggesting Sophisticated Laboratory Modification Rather Than Natural Evolution and Delineation of Its Probable Synthetic Route"

This manuscript does not demonstrate sufficient scientific evidence to support its claims. Claims are at times baseless and are not supported by the data and methods used. Decision-makers should consider the author's claims in this study misleading.

Published onSep 25, 2020
Reviews of "Unusual Features of the SARS-CoV-2 Genome Suggesting Sophisticated Laboratory Modification Rather Than Natural Evolution and Delineation of Its Probable Synthetic Route"
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Antonio Farfan-Fiorani: P.S.: Where it says “aren't we”?, it must say “are we?”
Antonio Farfan-Fiorani: My opinion, which by definition is subjective, and which is based upon what I know, what I see on an every day basis, what I read, and what I do research on the above three I have mentioned, is that, regardless this “report”, only any physician without an open-minded way of thinking won't consider the “unlikely” possibility that this virus was man-made, that is, a “biological weapon”. To say this is just not convenient for obvious reasons, but to not think this, an even to not do overthinking, is also not convenient. To put oneself in the worst-case scenario and to be prepared to act based upon it is not to believe in a “conspiracy theory”, rather, it is a necessity and a duty when treating just a single patient. After all, we are not scientists and physicians just to “cure” a common cold, aren't we? It is just like a “Triple Modular Redundancy System”: remember the“Deepwater Horizon” disaster, and above all, the Chernobyl disaster, which is the exanple of the sum of all possible mistakes. I expect you not to misunderstand the honest intention of my opinion.
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Stephen Webb: It should be noted that the co authors named in article by Li-Meng Yan, namely Shu Kang, Jie Guan, and Shanchang Hu, do not exist. They are entirely fabricated.