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Exploring the potential targets of a lab-made SARS-COV2 virus and its implications on autoimmunity.
  • Discussion on the furin cleavage site making the virus more effective in entering cells with ACE2 receptors. 2:56

  • Speculation on the possible targets of the lab-made virus and its connection to autoimmunity in COVID-19. 3:57

Identification of specific groups targeted by SARS-COV2 in lab-made scenario based on serumase 2 levels.
  • Serumase 2 levels in certain groups increase susceptibility to severe disease. 4:11

  • Elevated serumase 2 levels linked to age, sex, ancestry, obesity, diabetes, and hypertension. 6:33

  • Serumase 2 emerges as a crucial predictor of cardio metabolic mortality. 7:12

  • Consideration of serumase 2 as a risk assessment tool for individuals post-pandemic. 7:37

  • Questioning the targeted focus of the virus on specific cohorts raises ethical concerns. 8:09

Analysis of COVID-19 data suggests virus targets specific vulnerable groups, raising questions about its origin and impact on society.
  • Overweight individuals may face abuse due to perceived lack of respect in society. 8:39

  • COVID-19 disproportionately affects those with comorbidities, sparking speculation on its origins. 9:29

  • Males, older adults, and individuals with diabetes or obesity are at higher risk of severe outcomes from COVID-19. 10:39

  • Encouragement to stay informed through resources like Substack and ebooks for in-depth discussions on scientific topics. 11:59