Coronavirus vs Influenza: What’s the difference? | Vincent Racaniello and Lex Fridman

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Vincent Racaniello is a virologist, immunologist, and microbiologist at Columbia. He is a co-author of the textbook Principles of Virology and co-host of This Week in Virology podcast.

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  1. man made every cross species virus
    the first electron emitters were used in the 1800's to modify living tissue
    modifying genetic acids unique to each species with electricity to jump their genetic barriers
    extracting genes from one species and growing them another these labs creating vaccines create the virus and the disease

  2. They should work on medications to stop the virus or cures but we know cures don't generate profits so big pharma gets politicians and doctors on their payroll to lie and sell countries' expensive nearly useless vaccines. Nice world we live in!

  3. I'm still waiting to see the Covid19 isolated virus under a microscope… has anyone seen it? or the Delta strain for that matter? Because from what I can see there would be basically very little difference in symptoms between the two.

  4. Why don't you interview someone who "isolates" viruses and understand the process of isolation. When you understand the poisonous process of "isolation" you then understand terrain theory. Germ theory is fraud and you're smart enough to figure it out, if you have the balls.

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