#CTCCTCGGCGGGCACGTAG (media.communities.win)
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DudeAlmighty 64 points ago +64 / -0

It makes sense why they wanted to block any discussion of treatment. Its 1 big pharametical conspiracy for the vaccine.

Chickenbaconpoutine 36 points ago +36 / -0

At the beginning of the coof in 2020, when they kept repeating "We're all in this together" they didn't have you and I in mind.

They meant "the politicians and big pharma".

They're all in this scam together to make money.

JMaN 19 points ago +21 / -2

You are correct. However, your comment really should extend into a few more "conspiracy theories". Commies, NWO, one world government, election rigging, transfer of wealth, socially conditioning babies to be incapable of love, depopulation... You know stuff like that. Otherwise, have a nice day.

SpiceMustFlow -4 points ago +3 / -7

Do you always insist on injecting your entire uncompromised total worldview into discussions about food, cars, the weather, and genomics?

I’m curious about how this works with your real life friends.

hajpaj45 3 points ago +3 / -0

Thats what is great about this place-we discuss topics normies couldnt even comprehend or are conditioned to believe otherwise

SpiceMustFlow 0 points ago +1 / -1

Honestly I just think the guy needs to chill.

Someone is making an excellent on-topic point and this guy is literally trying his hardest to talk about ANYTHING else.

In the old days of the internet that was called derailing a thread. But I guess we celebrate that crap now or something 🤷‍♂️.

HockeyMom4Trump 11 points ago +11 / -0

Imagine having a cheap treatment that many confirm helps and you BLOCK IT and thousands die

powershellder 10 points ago +10 / -0

Don’t need to imagine, unfortunately.

BiteMeMarxist 4 points ago +4 / -0

.......millions.... Millions die.

FrontholeEnjoyer 30 points ago +31 / -1

I got 1 in 274,877,906,944 chance , I must be bad at math

AceOfTrumps 17 points ago +17 / -0

Same thing I got last night

Might be something we're missing about codon arrangement or something

FrontholeEnjoyer 10 points ago +12 / -2

Yup most likely the case. Since you seem like a fellow analytical chap, wrap your head around my two most recent posts while I have your attention and see if you can make anything of it.

https://patriots.win/p/141EwQBfEa/why-did-the-january-6th-committe/ https://patriots.win/p/141EwQBf2F/guys-this-is-huge-i-think-the-ja/

catvideos3 6 points ago +6 / -0

What are the chances of complex life evolving?

Saltkang 4 points ago +4 / -0

Certain sequences will have a restriction on what can come next, which reduces the odds down to the billion range.

chungus47 7 points ago +7 / -0

If that is 4^19 that's correct.

sordfysh 4 points ago +4 / -0

But you forgot the denominator.

The denominator is the total number of places in the virus it could be found.

This anaysis should be complicated if done right, but it can be as simple as counting up the number of base pairs and subtracting 19 if you want a very simple estimation.

I haven't done genetics math in a long time, and I haven't studied the sequence, but if you have the sequence, you can throw it into MS Word or Notepad and have it count the number of characters.

There are also free genetics software out there that can help you do the analysis of determining the relative rarity of the gene sequence.

JMaN 3 points ago +4 / -1

I turned on the TV while I was studying a couple nights ago. The scene was a young black male in high school discussing his potential with the black counselor or dean or something... Anyway the older black man tells the young black man that he is scoring over the 90th percentile in every subject when he takes the tests. The young black man doesn't seem to really care... He's just seems really pissed off (I can't blame him). So I'm watching this and the older black man asks him to take another test... The older black man then says, "And please do not put "D" for every answer. Why would you do that? Why did you do that?" The young black man pauses for several seconds, not saying a word or making any expression. Then the young black man suddenly says, ""D". For DAMNED."

So I mute it and go back to my studying.

The next day I go to take the exam I was studying for. I shit you not, questions 1-4 I answer "D". Question 5 I skip because it didn't come to me right away and I had a time limit. Question 6-9 I answer all "D" again... So I'm looking at my answers and then I remembered the movie scene and I'm thinking to myself, "What?"

So what are the odds that I see that movie and then the very next day I take that exam, whether my answers were "right" or "wrong" and I get all those consecutive "D's" after skipping #5 which was not a "D"? That's pretty wild.

thethrowaway 5 points ago +5 / -0

The professor saw the movie too and decided to incorporate it. Since there were two movies on the night before, the odds were fifty fifty.

JMaN 3 points ago +3 / -0

Only 50? So I'm not over the target? So satan is just screwing around with me just for fun? Is he trying to sift me? Really? You rarely comment. Do you want to know what grade my genetics professor gave me? Ask me.

Necrovoter 3 points ago +3 / -0

Had a teacher give a 20 question test - all correct answers were the choice "D". It was one of the easiest tests - in terms of the actual questions asked, but few people put down all Ds.

JMaN 2 points ago +3 / -1

That's kind of funny. My exam was 50 questions long. I counted all of the "Ds" that I used as answers. It was 14. That means about 28 percent, or 14 questions. My problem was that the first 8/9 I filled in were "D" and I had just watched that scene.

Necrovoter 3 points ago +3 / -0

8 in a row, but not 7 or 9 in a row?
Was the teacher subtly hinting that 8=D ?

When our teacher graded the test - he said that he did it so that we would learn to trust our instincts and be more confident. Then he gave everyone an A on the test, and said that teachers shouldn't trick students, but out there in the real world, we should be prepared as there would be people that tried to trip us up.

Necrovoter 5 points ago +5 / -0

If I understand this correctly, the four possibilities always pair up with one exact opposite: C (cytosine) with G (guanine) and A (adenine) with T (thymine)T. So there are two potential pairings.

Does it matter whether a pair is listed as C-G or G-C? I can see where they would look different when the DNA is unfolded:

C --- G
A -- T
A -- T


C -- G
T -- A
A -- T

But I don't recall seeing anything on this aspect of DNA before. Maybe I was just blithely unaware.

Wanderlust 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yes it matters. DNA is really two long strands of the C, G, A, and T's. You would want to write it so each strand was in line with itself. They pair, but while being read the pairs are pulled apart from each other and only one strand is being read and converted to mRNA.

No need to represent the twists and folds via the way you type it out.

Necrovoter 2 points ago +2 / -0

DNA is really two long strands each strand was in line with itself

OK, that makes sense - Thanks.
I was viewing it as each pair being the sequence, since when DNA splits and reforms, the same opposites will always appear.

Wanderlust 3 points ago +3 / -0

I hear you. It's more like a zipper. Keep it closed for protection/slow down expression and open it for use. So it "appears" by enzymes and proteins that slide along it pushing them back together. It's made easier because the pairs have a proper attraction or fit for each other.

PhilosoGuido 3 points ago +3 / -0

These Coronaviruses are not dual strand DNA viruses but rather are single strand RNA.

HuggableBear 3 points ago +3 / -0

It's actually lower than that because that's just the odds of an empty space recombining into that sequence.

You also have to take into account the odds of that gap being created in the first place, which is basically the same odds as you've just given, so square the 274 billion number and you're starting to get close.

1 in 75,557,863,725,914,323,419,136

TheOneWhoKnocks 2 points ago +2 / -0

You probably calculated combinations instead of permutations. Easy mistake.

perma-maga 20 points ago +20 / -0

So Moderna created it then has the vaccine for it?

Suspicious_0bserver 6 points ago +6 / -0

Ding Ding Ding!

Noselfrestraint 4 points ago +4 / -0

Just read this article to a friend about Modernas trouble in 2017.


Too much coincidence in my eyes.

PhilosoGuido 2 points ago +2 / -0

From what I've read it's a well known sequence used in gain of function research.

Bogey 1 point ago +1 / -0

More likely, to me, a researcher at Wuhan read the paper and decided to see what effect that sequence would have in viral properties.

apchrkey 20 points ago +21 / -1

You can find it in line 23581 in the sequence: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/NC_045512 What's surprising is that there is actually a reddit post for this with actual upvotes and it has been up for 11 hours: https://old.reddit.com/r/conspiracy/comments/s41ldo/ctcctcggcgggcacgtag_the_smoking_gun/

OXIE 2 points ago +3 / -1

The fact checkers have a hard time "Fact Checking" when you speak in the language of genomics.

y_do_i_need_to_hide 12 points ago +12 / -0

Just remember, we figured this out almost right away, but it was a conspiracy theory

SirThundercuntTRONxp 11 points ago +11 / -0

I'd love to see a steel man argument against this that isn't just a shoulder shrug.

IPMang 7 points ago +7 / -0

Easy. Rogue employee and they'll be fully investigating themselves very thoroughly.

BroadSunlitUplands 3 points ago +3 / -0

It would probably be that scientists could -perhaps (I have no idea)- plausibly analyze that a particular hypothetical sequence would be bad if it ever did develop naturally, and that a one-in-a-billion chance really isn’t that unlikely with an infinite number of future mutations (attempts), so they should prepare for such an eventuality.

Someone below mentioned the lottery, which is a pretty appropriate analogy. A given individual (mutation) is incredibly unlikely to win (hit that exact sequence), and yet because enough people play, we can reasonably expect that someone will win.

Another way of looking at it would be: guessing a (random) password would be difficult, but it becomes inevitable with an unlimited number of guesses (AKA a brute force attack). This is why you are usually limited to only a few attempts before getting locked out, but nature doesn’t have that restriction. Nature will always ‘guess the password’ eventually (even though -unlike a hacker- it isn’t actively trying to), because it has unlimited attempts.

So the real question for me (not a scientist) is: is it plausible that scientists could predict that a given hypothetical genomic sequence would be bad if it did occur naturally in the future? I assume that it is, but I don’t know.

SirThundercuntTRONxp 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks for that, good follow up question.

gaijin_ronin 9 points ago +9 / -0

"t pandemic" - Nothing to see here. Just the Umbrella Corporation hard at work to promote biodiversity.

Sardogna 8 points ago +9 / -1

Yes. This. My wife (PhD, postdoc in genetics and bio) saw this yesterday and was livid. She spent the night looking for everything she could. No matter the real reason why it is there, the fact this sequence has been found prove this virus has been created/manipulated. This is beyond any horror movie.

Throwaway192urr7ro2o 7 points ago +7 / -0

Doesn't the NIH own half the patent for the Moderna vaccine??

Suspicious_0bserver 5 points ago +5 / -0


cook_does 7 points ago +7 / -0

That sounds awfully Coincidental when you throw in the name Bill Gates

2008RonPaul2012 6 points ago +6 / -0

By the way, bitbutter is the creator of one of my favorite go-to "taxation is theft" videos (sorry, it's a yt link), George Ought to Help

FloridaGirl 5 points ago +6 / -1

The problem is most people won't understand the significance of this as evidenced by the fact that people play the lottery.

mathteach314159 5 points ago +5 / -0

1 in a billion isn’t that low of odds for a virus though is it? My line of thought is because of how quickly they replicate. Or am I misunderstanding these odds?

illiteregetimate 6 points ago +6 / -0

I thought the same thing.

But if this is the only known virus with this exact permutation it’s something of a smoking gun, if I’m understanding correctly.

I would imagine that viruses have all kinds of genetic overlap somewhere in their sequence with other viruses.

mathteach314159 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thats a good take, let me know if you dig in further!

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JMaN 3 points ago +3 / -0

Liberals: "That's like saying they're slightly less than a 50/50 chance someone has a Y chromosome. Gender is a social construct. Bigot!"

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Realassman 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hence called Covid 19

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PhilosoGuido 4 points ago +5 / -1

You don't understand. This particular sequence makes the virus more infectious to humans and is not found in any other beta-coronaviruses. It is coincidentally inserted in just the right spot. The probability that this exact sequence would randomly mutate here is extremely low. It looks to be purposely inserted by scientists to make a bat coronavirus infectious to humans.

Yam_nation 3 points ago +4 / -1

And was patented before covid by the vaccine manufacturer.

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PhilosoGuido 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes, it's found in other species of pathogens but not in any other beta coronavirus. It's spontaneous appearance in SARS-COV-2 is highly suspect. It's conspicuously absent from its closest relative RaTG13, which shares 96% identity. The only Beta coronavirus having a furin cleavage site that officially appeared on earth prior to SARS-CoV-2 is a genetically engineered variant of SARS.


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sub-collector 0 points ago +1 / -1

>Read a book.
Do you think it'll help them?

knnbccb 1 point ago +1 / -0

Chance is a six-letter word.

Wuhan is a five-letter word.