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Associated Press fact checks skipping Nu and Xi for the big O

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Associated Press fact checks skipping Nu and Xi for the big O
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WHO skipped two Greek alphabet letters in naming coronavirus variant

WHO skipped two Greek alphabet letters in naming coronavirus variant | AP News

CLAIM: The World Health Organization skipped two letters of the Greek alphabet, nu and xi, when naming omicron, a newly identified variant of the coronavirus. AP’S ASSESSMENT: True. The agency said it did so to stop people confusing nu with “new” and to avoid “causing offense” because Xi is a common last name.

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Nobody Special
December 2, 2021
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Perhaps this was the meaning and the message behind the “jumping.”

Omicron = O micron = ZERO microns (micron is a unit of measure) =
message is: it’s not really there.

NOTE: “They” have an odd sense of humor, and some sort of “obligation” (according to their rules of engagement) to “inform” us on where they are taking us. That (somehow)
releases them from ‘accountability.’

They get to say (in their own minds) “We told you so; but you weren’t paying attention.

Greek alphabet and system collapse

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