Strap On Your Aluminum Foil Hat, Again, For the Meshuganah Theory About the Tenth Plague Part II: A Ten Commandments’ Tale

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the first blog post addressing the tenth plague, the death of the first born, opined that, in light of covid-19 theories of the virus’ laboratory origins, there may be a scientific basis for the tenth plague. in other words, a virus could be created targeting a specific population.

the blog post, however, failed to address that animals were also impacted as part of the tenth plague. the blog post omitted the fact that a number of zoo animals had contracted covid-19.

a recent story from india is a sad reminder of covid-19 impact on animals.

reuters reported that a ” lion has died from covid-19 at an indian zoo where eight others also tested positive for the virus. the state-run zoo on the outskirts of the south indian city of chennai announced the nine-year-old asiatic lion’s death on friday.”

the animal connection to covid-19 is of such import that even the centers for disease control addressed the matter. the cdc reports that mammals can get infected by virus. the cdc also noted that human-animal viral infections had taken place in the past. they noted that “companion animals like cats and dogs, big cats in zoos or sanctuaries, gorillas in zoos, mink on farms, and a few other mammals can be infected with sars-cov-2.”

thus, it is possible that a virus can be made to target select populations in both humans and animals.

in sum, as much as people use science as a basis for planning for the world’s future, science can also shed light into past stories and history. the covid-19 outbreak brings to light the concern of humanity’s handling of technology. it is quite possible that humanity’s mishandling of technology, either by error or intent, can have a global impact. thus, this exercise of mental gymnastics leaves us with a cautionary tale.

be well!!

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I am a practicing lawyer and long term admirer of the bible

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