“Isolation and purification of a virus is necessary before a vaccine can be made.” The above statement came from the New York Times obituary of Wendell Meredith Stanley, considered by some to be the “Father of Virology.” While it is technically a correct statement, it really should read: Isolation and purification of the particles believed… Continue reading Further Proof The Influenza “Virus” Was Never Purified and Isolated
As a final nail in the coffin to the claims of purification/isolation of the Polio “virus,” for the “safety and effectiveness” of the Salk Polio vaccine, as well as the purification methods of Carlton Schwerdt (who it was later admitted only achieved purity of 10% of the “virus”), I present two studies from 1961, which… Continue reading Was Polio Ever Properly Purified and Isolated? Part Three
In 1959, Carlton Schwerdt wrote an in-depth review of the evidence which had been gathered up to that time in relation to the purification and isolation of a Polio “virus.” The paper itself is about 41 pages long and covers everything from the various attempts to achieve purification, the difficulties of “viral” idenfification/characterization by means… Continue reading Was Polio Ever Properly Purified and Isolated?: Part Two
In order to properly purify a “virus,”, the particles must be freed from anything that can contaminate, debase, adulterate, and/or pollute it. To be properly isolated, the particles must be separated from everything else that could potentially be contained within the sample. Without doing this, there would be no certainty that the particles from a… Continue reading Was Polio Ever Properly Purified and Isolated?: Part One
It is increasingly clear that purification of a “virus” is impossible. There are too many contaminants, variables, unknowns, and nanoparticles of similar shape/size to be able to say with certainty that the particles assumed to be a “virus” in a cell culture are the same ones imaged by TEM or for which the genome sequence… Continue reading The Purification Problem
When getting down to the size of nanoparticles and the expected billions of identical particles at that level, it would be logical to assume that completely separating the exact particle a virologist is looking for from everything else in the sample is downright impossible. Thus, asking virologists to completely purify and isolate the suspected “viral”… Continue reading Is Complete Purification/Isolation of a “Virus” Even Possible?
Isolation: the act of separating something from other things : the act of isolating something https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/isolation Above is the definition most people agree with and refer to when isolating something. Not virologists. This is what they mean when using the word isolation: “Viruses are basically inanimate objects which need a culture to activate in. But… Continue reading What Do Virologists Mean by Isolation?