Emil Von Behring’s Diphtheria/Tetanus Papers (1890): Precursor to Antibodies

Emil Von Behring is considered the “Father of Immunology” which creates some confusion as Edward Jenner is also considered the “Father of Immunology.” Either Immunology has two daddies or you can pick whichever one you like best I suppose. In any case, it was Behring’s work that created the hypothesis that there were certain components… Continue reading Emil Von Behring’s Diphtheria/Tetanus Papers (1890): Precursor to Antibodies

The Hypothetical Conversion of RNA to cDNA

In order to create a “viral” genome, there are many steps and different processes that the sample must go through first to be prepared for sequencing. Normally the sample is subjected to toxic cell culturing in order to grow enough “virus” to utilize the unpurified culture supernatant for sequencing. Sometimes the sequencing is done straight… Continue reading The Hypothetical Conversion of RNA to cDNA

PCR Contamination and Limitations

“The genome sequence of this virus, as well as its termini, were determined and confirmed by reverse-transcription PCR (RT–PCR)10 and 5′/3′ rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE), respectively.” https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2008-3 The above section is taken from the original study claiming the creation of the “SARS-COV-2” genome. As can be seen, the sequence and the termini were determined by… Continue reading PCR Contamination and Limitations

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What You Need to Know About “Covid-19” in 2022

With the dawn of a new year, we find ourselves facing the third straight annual “Covid-19” fear propaganda extravaganza. If you thought back at the beginning of 2021 that the emergence of the rushed experimental vaccines would eradicate this “virus,” you now realize you were horribly, horribly wrong and you should probably feel a bit… Continue reading What You Need to Know About “Covid-19” in 2022

The PCR S Gene Dropout: Turning Failure Into A Positive

“The new Omicron VOC currently poses a detection challenge for diagnostic laboratories. At the moment there is uncertainty in the diagnostic performance of the available PCR assays, as all information obtainable at this early stage is based on companies’ in silico evaluations. For many of the systems, hardly any real-world evidence is available yet.” https://smw.ch/article/doi/smw.2021.w30120 In order… Continue reading The PCR S Gene Dropout: Turning Failure Into A Positive

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How to Say No to PCR

Just recently, the NFL did a sudden reexamination and update to its “Covid-19” testing protocols as far too many star players were testing positive and missing games. This obviously led to the games either having to be rescheduled or forfeited altogether which is a disaster for the ratings hungry league. According to the NFL, 94.6%… Continue reading How to Say No to PCR

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“Viral” Load of Crap

“Viral” load is a common measure that one often hears about from the CDC/WHO/MSM when discussing “Covid-19” and disease severity. It is considered an estimation of the amount of “virus” that is within a person’s body fluid. This is primarily determined through calculations based off the Cycle Threshold (Ct) Value from a PCR test. Virologists… Continue reading “Viral” Load of Crap

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PCR and the Prevalence Problem

“WHO reminds IVD users that disease prevalence alters the predictive value of test results; as disease prevalence decreases, the risk of false positive increases (2). This means that the probability that a person who has a positive result (SARS-CoV-2 detected) is truly infected with SARS-CoV-2 decreases as prevalence decreases, irrespective of the claimed specificity.“ https://www.who.int/news/item/20-01-2021-who-information-notice-for-ivd-users-2020-05… Continue reading PCR and the Prevalence Problem

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