Yesterday, I had the honor and the privilege of being on the Jerm Warfare podcast hosted by Jeremy Nell. We covered many topics which Jeremy highlighted in his own post:
“Mike Stone runs viroliegy.com, easily the most powerful and persuasive critique of virology, that I’ve come across.
I’ve chatted to a number of great minds on the topic of viruses, such as Tom Cowan and Sam Bailey, and find myself convinced by their arguments.
In our conversation, Mike covers
- why virology is pseudoscience;
- what viruses are;
- the problems with definitions;
- direct evidence versus indirect evidence;
- Koch’s Postulates and why they matter;
- the rejection of the Scientific Method;
- isolation and purification;
- genomics and genome sequencing; and
- the Rockefeller funding behind virology.
You can watch our interview here:
If you are unfamiliar with Jeremy’s work, I highly recommend checking out his site as it is chock full of amazing content…and cartoons! I used to love Garfield and Peanuts when I was a kid and his amazing art style and brand of humor immediately conjures up warm childhood memories while providing excellent and insightful social and political commentary. Here is a little about Jeremy in his own words:
“Jerm Warfare is the convergence of many years of my cartoons, podcasts, commentary, and debating ideas.
I am a cartoonist, podcast host, and talk radio host.
My real name is Jeremy Nell, but I am known as ‘Jerm’.
I began my career as a cartoonist in late 2005, after being retrenched from a boring job in the mobile technology sector.”
“Cape Town is my home, but my work has appeared globally in multiple languages, across a wide range of publications from newspapers to magazines to textbooks to newsletters to websites.
I have drawn thousands of cartoons;I have published two books; andI have won a few awards.
I no longer work in the mainstream (or legacy) arena. This is both by accident (being fired everywhere) and by design (choosing to go my own way).
Which means that I am now independent.”
Please check out more of Jeremy’s wonderful work and content here: