Moderna has copyrighted the 19 base letter (nucleotide) sequence that codes for the Furin Cleavage site in Covid-19, according to an article published in the Daily Mail on February 23.
They cited a paper published by scientists from India, Switzerland, Italy, and the United States, titled MSH3 Homology and Potential Recombination Link to SARS-CoV-2 Furin Cleavage Site, in which they calculated that the chances of a 19 nucleotide sequence patented by Moderna randomly appearing in Covid-19 in circumstances where it does not The chances of seeing them anyplace else in nature are 1 in 3 trillion.
However, they failed to draw the obvious conclusion from this. I’m afraid that if they had made that apparent deduction, it would have been the last scientific deduction they ever published!
They chose to look into the RNA sequence for the Furin cleavage site in the Covid-19 Spike Protein to see if it was found in nature.
Thankfully, the NCBI/NIH has created the fantastic BLAST database, which catalogs every gene sequence known to man in nature as well as every synthetic copyrighted gene sequence known to the patent office.
The Furin Cleavage sequence was chosen by the researchers because it is the only continuous gene letter sequence (nucleotide sequence) in Covid-19 that differs from the respective letters in its closest natural relative, the Bat Coronavirus RaTG13 (all other differences are 3 letters or less long).
As a result, it was by far the strongest contender for evaluating if Covid-19 was created by humans.
The reader may believe that a Furin Cleavage Site would be more likely to appear in the Sun than in the Daily Mail. However, rather than pillow from pillow, this cleavage refers to the separation of spike from virus.
Furthermore, Covid-19’s pathogenicity is dependent on the Furin Cleavage Site. So, if the virus contained some man-made increase of function, this is where one could expect to find it.