SHI ZHENGLI, THE BAT LADY, IS WUHAN'S TOP SUSPECT
This woman knows the truth but China would likely kill her for revealing it. This page posted on 10/15/2021.
Shi Zhengli is the key to whether the world will ever learn if the virus behind the devastating Covid-19 pandemic escaped from a Chinese lab. To the Chinese public, she is a hero of the country’s success in curbing the epidemic and a victim of malicious conspiracy theories. Zhengli, a top Chinese virologist, is at the center of conflicting narratives about her research on coronaviruses at a state lab in Wuhan, the city where the pandemic first emerged. Scientists generally agree that there is still no direct evidence to support the lab leak theory. But more of them now say that the hypothesis was dismissed too hastily, without a thorough investigation, and they point to a range of unsettling questions. Some scientists say Dr. Shi conducted risky experiments with bat coronaviruses in labs that were not safe enough. Others want clarity on reports, citing American intelligence, suggesting that there were early infections of Covid-19 among several employees of the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
On the matrix SHI ZHENGLI is the axis term, and the most significant a priori term is BAT (found against odds of about 151 to 1). In line withthLAGUE is in the open text. UFO is on the matrix but not at a special case skip. It was not statistically significant and there was nothing further to suggest a connection to be apparent virus on the Ebrahimi meteorite. Overall odds against this matrix were about 6 million to 1. This does not factor in the 0.396 R Value of the axis term. Normally I don't factor in R values unless an7 million to 1. axis term is 9 or more letters, but this 8-letter name has rare letters zayan and gimel. As such it only had about a 40% chance in to be found even once in Torah. That means the overall odds against this matrix were really about 14.97 million to 1.