“gain of function” research, Charles Rixey, COVID-19, EcoHealth Alliance, laboratory leak hypothesis, marching in unison behind Daszak, origins, Peter Daszak, Shi Zhengli, the Wuhan Institute of Virology
Norm’s note: only because the reference is apposite to what follows, a link to a brief comment published by the BMJ: Covid-19 laboratory leak hypothesis: how a few kept the many from considering alternative possibilities. And in light of that comment, you will of course want to read Thacker’s piece: The covid-19 lab leak hypothesis: did the media fall victim to a misinformation campaign? — something about “A conspiracy to label critics as conspiracy theorists,” among other things.
To be clear, what follows is a thread of Tweets by Charles Rixey, that you can find HERE:
 Interested in research on COVID-19 origins, but don’t know where to look?⬇️
Here’s 703 sources [up from 598], w/ links & color tags for authors [supporting lab-leak or nat origin]
@BillyBostickson @still_a_nerd @MonaRahalkar @ydeigin @TyCardon
 The link⬆️takes you to ResearchGate, where the Excel file can be downloaded freely.
I only include links to articles I’ve read, and I work to include major papers from all sides of the origin debate
@JamieMetzl @R_H_Ebright @TheSeeker268 @Ayjchan @jjcouey @w_mccairn @Daoyu15
 I haven’t finished updating the censorship #’s, but the old numbers can still be found on tab #2.
Here’s a rough look at the peer-rev papers publ. since 1/120 [starts @ nat origin supporter ->ends w/DRASTIC]
@luigi_warren @garyruskin @sai_suryan @RadCentrism @Bobby_Network
 Also added: Federal Contract & Grant $ received by Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance.
@thackerpd @joshrogin @janieyaya @EthicalSkeptic @AntGDuarte @anthonybellotti @alexandrosM @AlexisBadenMaye @zerohedge @Biol4Ever @ColinDavdButler @keverington @SharriMarkson
Norm’s note: I’ll do a screenshot of that thread in a minute, just in case Twitter decides for you — for your own good, of course — that you shouldn’t be looking at any of this . . .
And this link, of course, is the most important part of this post:
And while I’m at it, I might as well make Charles’s download available to you, right here:
And thank you, Charles, for all that you do!