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Most of the chink grad students/post-docs I've known have been incredibly hard workers, but equally incompetent at the same time. The U.S. graduate programs will likely be better off without these bug (wo)men.

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How do they manage to be both hardworking and incompetent? Usually, hardworking people end up being competent after a while

Any example to illustrate this?

They would always be there 12-16 hours per day, so I can't fault them for trying. However, if I worked that much, I'd push out scientific papers like every 3 months. Just a few examples were a guy that we would sometimes catch sleeping in the lab office, but he didn't know how to keep samples isolated and free from cross-contamination. Another post-doc basically had to go around and try to do her research while this chink fucked up; and then she had to fix all his mistakes on top of her full-time project. The same dude also killed an entire cell incubator full of research material by 'cleaning' it with bleach. Bleach (chlorine fumes) kills not only the contaminants but also anything that may be living there

Broadly speaking, Chinese biological research is some of the most questionable out there. The lead researchers probably require the underlings to have no lives and work themselves to death like slaves. I imagine their ultimate results are not necessarily from thoughtful experiments, but rather, slinging shit against the wall repetitively to see what sticks.

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>slinging shit against the wall repetitively to see what sticks.

Sounds how covid-19 came to existence to me

Of course I have no proof of that, it's just a hunch based on a bunch of articles I came across

>Eleven years before the joint construction of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, French intelligence services warned Paris that China's reputation for poor bio-security could lead to a 'catastrophic leak,' according to the Daily Mail. In 2004, the EU's chief brexit negotiator, Michael Barnier, ignored those warnings - signing off on the lab's construction when he was the French foreign minister. Basically, they went full select breeding on corona, like you would do to create a race of dogs, and then some shit happened and it started to spread outside the lab According to the report, French intel also warned that Paris could lose control of the facility, and that Beijing could even use it to make biowarfare weapons. And in 2015, as the laboratory prepared to open, those concerns were realized after the French architects of the project said the CCP had shut them out. In fact, 50 French scientists were supposed to help the Chinese run the laboratory properly, but never ended up going.

>A scientific study which found COVID-19 may have been a "cell-culture" uniquely adapted for transmission to humans (more so than any other animal - including bats), is gaining steam. The paper, currently under peer review, comes from Flinders University Professor Nikolai Petrovsky, who has spent over two decades developing vaccines against influenza, Ebola, and animal Sars. He says his findings allow for the possibility that COVID-19 leaked from a laboratory, according to Sky News.

>China Asked The WHO To Help Cover Up Coronavirus, German Intelligence Concludes Xi met with WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on January 21 to request that he withhold information about human-to-human transition and delay the declaration of a global pandemic, according to German magazine Der Spiegel. The news comes amid rising sentiment that China should be held financially responsible for the pandemic.

>The earliest suspected case in China may have been observed as early as November, some scientists believe, though others doubt the theory. But the report obtained by NBC News cites cellphone activity data showing a complete shutdown of a high-security section of the lab for 2.5 weeks between Oct. 7 and Oct. 24.

>As Western intelligence continues to investigate China's handling of COVID-19 as it spread throughout Hubei province in December, disturbing evidence continues to emerge that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) engaged in a massive cover-up of what was going on. Now, we've learned that the Wuhan Institute of Virology - which was conducting controversial experiments into animal-to-human transmission of bat coronaviruses, altered their database in an apparent attempt to distance the lab from the outbreak.

>A University of Pittsburgh researcher working on a coronavirus project was fatally shot on Saturday at his home in Ross Township, while associate Hao Gu, 46, was found dead in a car approximately 100 yards away of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot. The researcher, 37-year-oild Bing Liu, was found shot multiple times in the head, neck and torso around Noon on Saturday. Nothing was stolen from the townhouse and there was no forced entry, according to the Post Gazette. He worked in the college's department of computational and systems biology at the Pitt School of Medicine. "Bing was on the verge of making very significant findings toward understanding the cellular mechanisms that underlie SARS-CoV-2 infection and the cellular basis of the following complications," the department announced in a written statement, adding "We will make an effort to complete what he started in an effort to pay homage to his scientific excellence."

>Dr. Dena Grayson: In addition to being highly contagious, this novel coronavirus can cause a SEVERE infection that can kill even healthy people. It's rare to see BOTH of these (bad) attributes in the same novel virus. Usually, it's one or the other.

A world renowned Russian microbiologist says that the novel coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic was the result of Wuhan scientists doing "absolutely crazy things" in their laboratory. Dr. Peter Chumakov of the Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology and Russian Academy of Sciences claims that while the Wuhan scientists' goal in creating the coronavirus was not malicious - instead, they were trying to study the pathogenicity of the virus, according to the Daily Mail.

>'s Robert Miller writes that contrary to the narrative that is being pushed by the mainstream that the COVID 19 virus was the result of a natural mutation and that it was transmitted to humans from bats via pangolins, Dr Luc Montagnier the man who discovered the HIV virus back in 1983 disagrees and is saying that the virus was man made. Professor Luc Montagnier, 2008 Nobel Prize winner for Medicine, claims that SARS-CoV-2 is a manipulated virus that was accidentally released from a laboratory in Wuhan, China. Chinese researchers are said to have used coronaviruses in their work to develop an AIDS vaccine. HIV DNA fragments are believed to have been found in the SARS-CoV-2 genome.

All Chinese students sent to foreign countries are trained as spies and should be arrested on espionage charges. Every former Chinese student that was in the USA should be charged and an arrest warrant issued.