Is HPV Pathogenic?

In virology, in order to determine whether particles believed to be “viruses” are actually pathogenic, virologists must demonstrate pathogenicity in a suitable host in order to satisfy the last two of Koch’s four Postulates proving a microbe causes disease: 3. The cultured microorganism should cause disease when introduced into a healthy organism. 4. The microorganism… Continue reading Is HPV Pathogenic?

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HPV Madness!

Looking back at the original papers, it was clear that the human “papillomavirus” (HPV) was nothing more than random particles found in ground up wart tissue. There was no attempt at purification/isolation of any “virus” nor was there any proof of pathogenicity. The researchers claimed that the particles they picked out from the impure samples… Continue reading HPV Madness!

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Gain of Fiction

virus, infectious agent of small size and simple composition that can multiply only in living cells of animals, plants, or bacteria. The name is from a Latin word meaning “slimy liquid” or “poison.” I have purposefully stayed away from the whole “SARS-COV-2” as a gain of function/bioweapon disinformation campaign as it is obvious to anyone who has ever read… Continue reading Gain of Fiction

Was Influenza C Ever Purified and Isolated?

While looking into the origins of the influenza “virus,” it became clear to me that the particles claimed to be the swine flu, influenza A, and influenza B had never been properly purified nor isolated directly from the fluids of a sick host. These “viruses” had never been proven pathogenic in a natural way either,… Continue reading Was Influenza C Ever Purified and Isolated?

The Adventitious Adenovirus

“Adventitious agents are defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as microorganisms that may have been unintentionally introduced into the manufacturing process of a biological medicinal product [5]: these include bacteria, fungi, mycoplasma/spiroplasma, mycobacteria, rickettsia, protozoa, parasites, transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE) agents and viruses. Adventitious agents could be inadvertently introduced into a vaccine through starting… Continue reading The Adventitious Adenovirus

The Notorious NoV

One of the problems virologists, microbiologists, and other germ theory defenders have when challenged with providing proof of the purification/isolation of any “virus”directly from a human is the complete lack of this proof in any of the original “virus” papers. They can not provide this evidence as it simply does not exist. Virologists have never… Continue reading The Notorious NoV