2020 Day 17: Wuhan Coronavirus infections in Thailand and Japan

This morning I thought it would be interesting to use this blog as a way to experiment with quantum feeling parallel worlds. My hypothesis is that parallel worlds can be sensed, and that the feeling of sensing a parallel world is correlated with the feeling of a synchronicity, and furthermore that the synchronicity is related to an event that ties the parallel worlds together. For example, eight days ago I sensed a parallel world in which the Wuhan Coronavirus was a bigger event than it was in this world. I believe this sensing caused me to write a blog post about coronaviruses in quite a detailed manner. Since then, the Wuhan Coronavirus (it’s slightly interesting that I called it this above as I now see that wikipedia calls it the same – not that unexpected though) has resulted in two deaths in Wuhan, two cases in Thailand, and one case in Japan.

GenBank has the complete annotated genome sequence of the Wuhan Coronavirus. NCBI has an article with the Wuhan Coronavirus phylogenetic tree, which shows the Wuhan Coronavirus close in sequence to various Bat SARS-like coronaviruses. WHO has a paper describing diagnostic detection of the Wuhan coronavirus by real-time reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR). EcoHealth Alliance has a more detailed phylogenetic analysis:

This story is still not widely reported, but has made it to The Economist.  I hope to surf to a universe where this is not a big story, but the synchronicities that found me posting this make me worry that the odds are against me.

Author: surfingtheuniverse

Student and teacher of reality in all its forms.

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