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Birger Sørensen

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Who is Birger Sørensen?

Birger Sørensen is a Norwegian scientist, Dr. Birger Sørensen, who along with British professor Angus Dalgleish has joined the growing number of people claiming that Covid-19 did not originate in bats, as was initially thought. They believe the virus was created by China, at the Wuhan Institute of Virology from where it was leaked. That theory was widely discarded in 2020, both by China and the World Health Organization (WHO), but it is slowly gaining credibility.

How old is Birger Sørensen?

Birger Sørensen is believed to be in her 70s.

Birger søRensen

President Joe Biden, on May 27, ordered intelligence agencies to investigate the origins of Covid-19 and did not explicitly rule out the lab leak theory. Originally, the theory was called “racist” and credited with increasing anti-Asian violence, but if Dalgleish and Sørensen are to be believed, it is quite the opposite.

His research was first published by The Daily Mail, and the article is scheduled to be published “in the next few days.”

Angus Dalgleish Birger Sorenson

Professor Dalgleish is currently serving as Professor of Oncology at St George’s Hospital School of Medicine in London. A graduate of University College London, Dalgleish is a member of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom and Australia, the Royal College of Pathologists and The Academy of Medical Scientists.

According to the Cancer Center London, Dalgleish has an interest in how viruses cause cancer, which he has done research on.

Dalgleish is also a co-founder of Onyvax, a pharmaceutical product that makes vaccines for common tumors. “He currently sits on eight editorial boards, is the author or co-author of peer-reviewed scientific articles and more than 70 chapters in medical books. He is co-editor of five medical books, ”says the center.

In 2016, Dalgleish was embroiled in massive controversy following his comments at a pro-Brexit conference.

Dalgleish said the NHS is on its knees and “could completely collapse” due to immigrants from the EU that he is legally obliged to deal with. Other than that, he is widely regarded as a leading cancer expert in the UK. He is also known for his groundbreaking work in creating the first working HIV vaccine.

Birger Sørensen is reportedly a virologist who currently chairs Immunol, the pharmaceutical company that has developed the Covid-19 “Biovacc-19” vaccine. He has 27 publications to his name and has a master’s degree from the University of Tromsø. He is currently the CEO of Bionor Holding, a pharmaceutical company working on a vaccine for HIV. He previously served as the company’s “Head of Vaccines”.

He was also president of the Norwegian Bioindustry Association between 2006 and 2010.

Angus Dalgleish coronavirus

According to the two experts, scientists at the Wuhan lab created the virus and “then tried to cover its tracks by reverse engineering versions of the virus to make it look like it evolved naturally from bats.” The two claim to have evidence for more than a year, but were ignored by leading academics and publications as such claims were deemed racist. The duo also made accusations of “deliberate destruction, concealment or contamination of data” in the lab.

They also note that several scientists who spoke have mysteriously disappeared.

Angus Dalgliesco Covid

They made the claims after they began testing samples of the virus in 2020 when they were trying to create a vaccine. At that time, they discovered “unique fingerprints”, which they claim could only have come from manipulation in the laboratory. As a result, they believe that the virus (SARS-Coronavirus-2) “has no credible natural ancestor” and believe that “beyond reasonable doubt” the virus was created in the laboratory.

Quarterly Review of Biophysics Discovery

The 22-page article will be published soon in the Quarterly Review of Biophysics Discovery.

They conclude by saying, “A natural virus pandemic would be expected to gradually mutate and become more infectious but less pathogenic, which is what many expected with the Covid-19 pandemic but does not appear to have happened.”

Both the United States and the WHO are expected to investigate the angle in the coming months.

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