Respiratory Syncytial “Virus” (RSV)

Due to the media hype of the “Tripledemic” (previously known as the “Twindemic”), most are probably well aware and fairly familiar with the name “respiratory syncytial virus,” otherwise known as “RSV.” We’ve been warned over the last few months that there was an alarming increase in cases of this “virus,” primarily amongst children, and that… Continue reading Respiratory Syncytial “Virus” (RSV)

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Dr. McCullough’s Works of Art

Art:something that is created with imagination and skill and that is beautiful or that expresses important ideas or feelings https://www.britannica.com/dictionary/art I was recently made aware of an article by Dr. Peter McCullough which supposedly contained “difficult to deny” evidence for the existence of “SARS-COV-2.” This evidence was supposed to shut up those of us who… Continue reading Dr. McCullough’s Works of Art

The Chemical Structure of Antibodies?

People don’t realize that molecules themselves are somewhat hypothetical, and that their interactions are more so, and that the biological reactions are even more so. -Kary Mullis Rodney Porter and Gerald Edelman share the credit for “discovering” the chemical structure of the unseen and entirely theoretical antibodies said to provide some form of immunity from… Continue reading The Chemical Structure of Antibodies?

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It’s Gain of Fiction Story Time with RFK Jr. and Friends!

Post 9/11, bioweapons became a major concern with frightening stories about the potential for samples of smallpox to be aerosolized against US citizens necessitating the Bush administration to stockpile vaccines. There were terrifying tales of researchers successfully recreating the Spanish flu genome through reverse engineering which was considered a certainty to accidentally fall into the… Continue reading It’s Gain of Fiction Story Time with RFK Jr. and Friends!

Was the First Atomic Resolution Structure of an Antibody Fragment Published in 1973?

Over a year-and-a-half ago, I did a deep dive into the history of antibodies by following multiple timelines which highlighted the important dates, studies, and discoveries throughout the century which led to the current prevalent antibody theory. Most of the research I did back then has already been added to this site while a few… Continue reading Was the First Atomic Resolution Structure of an Antibody Fragment Published in 1973?

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Koch’s Postulates and the Great Asymptomatic Escape

“Even Koch had to modify or bend the strictest interpretation of the first postulate. Koch discovered asymptomatic carriers of Vibrio cholera and Salmonella typhi, yielding the important distinction between asymptomatic clinical colonization and infection. Thus the field of inquiry into the intricate host-pathogen relationship was born.” https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3775492/ There has been quite a bit of debate between those who… Continue reading Koch’s Postulates and the Great Asymptomatic Escape

The Ebola “Virus” Part 2

In part 1 of this breakdown of the fraud that is the Ebola “virus,” I looked at the three main publications from three different teams of researchers which were submitted to The Lancet in 1977 as proof for the existence of a new “virus” causing haemorrhagic fever in 1976. The three teams, including one based… Continue reading The Ebola “Virus” Part 2

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