COVID-19 Doesn’t Want to Kill You

Posted On Jan 11, 2022 By Addison Wiggin

Diseases naturally mutate as they spread throughout a population. Ray confirms there can be “recombination where one virus will swap genetic material with another one.” And the COVID virus strains “are following a trend that has been observed in the past with outbreaks of viral, pathogenic, infectious disease.” That trend is a “tendency to become less deadly over time.” It makes sense if you think about it. All a virus wants to do is propagate — create more vessels with its genetic material. But it can only do that by hijacking the reproductive processes of living cells. “It does the virus no good to kill you,” Ray says, “because when you die, it dies.” So natural selection favors milder forms of infection…

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