This is a pretty valid argument IMO which is why i referenced back to the post I made earlier.I'm not a doctor, but I've been reading medical journals for about fifteen years to get a handle on my wife's disease (and have enough organic chemistry background to understand some of it), and have developed a fair sense for whether an article was published in bad faith (and oh boy are some published in bad faith).
My impression is that most studies published about the coronavirus are published in good faith. Medical researchers are taking it very, very seriously, and that's one of the reasons I'm deeply skeptical of the conspiracy theories making the rounds about the coronavirus.
My GUT feeling is telling me there is definitely something afoot that has alot of people scared.
I get that.
but given the narrative as of late I don't trust much of ANYTHING the media says.
(Not that I don't believe something is there legitimately, or the seriousness level. ) What I am thinking is that most simply do not know, and the narrative they told us is being slaughtered by this latest development.
When you build a house of cards, then add in cards from a new deck, it has a tendency to fall.