Answer these logic questions about viruses -
1. How did the first person to see a virus know that it was a virus without any references as to what a virus looks like?
2. How do viruses find their host if they have no legs, arms, eyes, ears, brains, sense of touch or means of locomotion?
3. How can something that is dead, suddenly come to life?
4. How can viruses survive in the atmosphere and sunlight without any walls for protection? (very fragile)
5. How does an entity (virus) that kills its host, pass on its genes and what does it gain by killing the host?
6. If viruses are proteins, then why don't small insects like ants find them and eat them all?
Note - Plants are static life forms. But their seeds are very tough and durable because they can't run away from predators. Viruses are supposedly static entities also according to nonsensical viral theory but they are very fragile and have no tough skin to protect them. Thus, logic dictates that they wouldn't last more than 5 seconds in a hostile world.