A conversation with Ad Verbrugge about the way the Dutch media has treated the Lableak theory.
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In The New World I spoke with Ad Verbrugge about the way the Dutch media have approached naming theory. And the great divergence of views in the Netherlands and many other countries.
As a background, you’ll also find Zembla’s broadcast from November 2021 on this topic, which is often referenced in the conversation. The title was “Pandemic Interest”.
The description for Zembla is:
How exactly did COVID-19 originate? If we know the origin of the virus, we can arm ourselves against new outbreaks in the future. The answer to this question is difficult. Established science seems to agree: The virus has jumped from nature to humans. But evidence for this theory is lacking and alternative hypotheses are gaining more and more attention. Discussions arise between scientists and virologists. Is it really such a crazy idea that the virus leaked from a laboratory in Wuhan? And why is this hardly research? Zembla investigates conflicts of interest in the search for the origin of COVID-19.
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