Logical conclusion

If you have access to the New York Times, check out this riveting and detailed examination of the question whether Covid-19 came from a laboratory accident in Wuhan, China. The answer is definitely not "Definitely not."

The author is careful and polite, but when I read the piece, I come away with the answer "Probably." Enough for a nickel bet on that proposition, anyway.


  1. Anyone who has been studying the research about the differences between this virus and natural viruses can come to no other conclusion. And the fact that those funding the research (Fauci and others) have been exposed in a cover-up is the reason we can now discuss it. The plan now is to blame China (they are not innocent), even though the initial development and funding happened in the West.


Post a Comment

The platform used for this blog is awfully wonky when it comes to comments. It may work for you, it may not. It's a Google thing, and beyond my control. Apologies if you can't get through. You can email me a comment at jackbogsblog@comcast.net, and if it's appropriate, I can post it here for you.