The chickens have come home to roost.
Replying to @PeterDaszak:
'Dismissing the possibility of a lab origin for a collected (not modified) virus [--] makes no sense. It is calculated moral outrage parading as science, which is now shaping what should be an investigation.'
Replying to @edwardcholmes:
'It's like a religious war. The idea that we do not know the origins and that both hypotheses should be fully considered has become apostasy.
And the statement nailed early on the doors of Lancet did not help. Bad move.'
To @PeterDaszak and @K_G_Andersen:
'The early claims made in Nature and Lancet were nothing else that expert opinions without data.
And expert opinion without data is worth nothing, whoever the experts are.'
Replying to @K_G_Andersen
'Viruses emerge naturally all the time, so it is on the people suggesting lab origins to present scientific data - none has come.'
What kind of unscientific reasoning is that? [-]
You don't seem to understand probabilities
That's what happens when some scientists perorate in Lancet and elsewhere, without data to support their case - 2 months after the beginning of a pandemic.