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This is the third in a series on the Corona (COVID-19).
It’s a little late, but it’s still important to think about it, so please stay tuned until the end. I’d be happy to stay with you.
I’ll try to make it as clear as possible, explaining slightly difficult words and organizations as much as possible, and links for the explanation. I have also posted a link to the source of the information, so you can check it out further for yourself and think We try to be able to.
A PCR test is a test to check for corona (COVID-19) infection, right?
Are you sure about that?
But is PCR testing for corona (COVID-19) really helping to detect infected people?
Many experts have pointed out the inconvenient facts of PCR testing for the corona (COVID-19) but the major media, WHO and professional organizations dare to ignore it.
If medical care is science-based, it should be discussed and verified first, rather than crushing objections?
So let’s think about it together.
Significant statement from the man who invented the PCR test (Nobel Prize winner)
Dr. Kary Banks Mullis
First, I would like to introduce Dr. Kary Banks Mullis.
In 1983, Dr. Mullis developed the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method, which amplifies the target DNA in large quantities and at high speed.
In 1993, Dr. Mullis was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his contributions to the development of biochemistry, molecular biology, and biotechnology, as well as his achievements in developing PCR.
He died on August 7, 2019, at the age of 74.
In my personal opinion, he may have been assassinated.
It seems that his speech at TED before birth seemed to come up with an effective treatment not only for Bacillus anthracis but for various viruses. I imagine that this could have been quite inconvenient for the huge medical and pharmaceutical industries.
What did Dr. Kary Banks Mullis say?
PMC has an online archive of biomedical and life sciences operated by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), a division of the National Library of Medicine (NLM) within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States. There is a paper entitled “Questioning the HIV-AIDS Hypothesis: 30 Years of Dissent” by Dr. Patricia Goodson, a professor at Texas A&M University. Later, this paper was withdrawn. However, the reason for the withdrawal is also that the private part of Dr. Kary Banks Mullis (such as being an ardent LSD believer) is taken up as a problem, and it does not seem to be scientific for the reason.
But if you look at another speech from TED’s above, we see that Dr. Kary Banks Mullis was a truly open-minded and engaging genius.
In this paper, there is a quote of a serious remark of Dr. Kary Banks Mullis who developed PCR.
Kary Mullis … is thoroughly convinced that HIV is not the cause of AIDS. With regard to the viral-load tests, which attempt to use PCR for counting viruses, Mullis has stated: “Quantitative PCR is an oxymoron.” PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its very nature is unsuited for estimating numbers. Although there is a common misimpression that the viral-load tests actually count the number of viruses in the blood, these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all; they can only detect proteins that are believed, in some cases wrongly, to be unique to HIV. The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.
It seems that an expert knows the truth.
Australian Government’s Health Department’s Views on PCR Testing in Corona (COVID-19)
it should be noted that PCR tests cannot distinguish between “live” virus and non-infective RNA.
How is PCR testing actually done?
What is the PCR?
PCR is an abbreviation for Polymerase Chain Reaction, a series of reactions or techniques that amplify a specific area from a DNA (RNA) sample by millions to billions of times.
Viruses are not living organisms, they do not live, they cannot grow on their own.
Viruses are shaped like particles of proteins that enclose either DNA or RNA, and cannot grow by themselves.
How it grows is that it parasitizes cells of other organisms and uses the substances in the cells to grow. The virus injects DNA (RNA) into other cells. The cell cannot distinguish its own DNA (RNA) from the DNA (RNA) that came from outside, and it replicates the DNA (RNA) of this virus. Then, the virus kills cells or causes cells to make toxic proteins from genetic information, which causes symptoms such as diseases to appear on the human body.
What is PCR testing?
The virus obtained from a specimen (an examinee) is very small, and since the virus itself is not alive, it cannot be increased by feeding nutrition. To do so, we use a special technique called PCR (polymerase chain reaction), which increases DNA (RNA) collected, to increase the number of viruses and to enable detection.
Specific procedure of PCR test for coronavirus (COVID-19)
I’ll explain briefly.
- Since the virus is not a double-helix DNA but a single-helix RNA, it uses reverse transcriptase as a pretreatment to make DNA from RNA by reverse transcription reaction.
- Three raw materials (the target DNA, enzyme called DNA polymerase, and raw material for DNA) are placed in a container.
- Heat the target DNA double helix into a single helix.。
- Lower the heat. When the heat is lowered, four types of bases of DNA cytosine (C), guanine (G), thymine (T), and adenine (A) are converted into a single helix by the action of an enzyme called DNA polymerase. Makes the same sequence as the target DNA of and replicates the original target DNA.
- By repeating this, it increases exponentially with 2 times, 4 times, 8 times, and repeats 30 to 40 times. (A huge number of ２30〜40 is copied. About 1 billion to 1 trillion)
- This replicated DNA and the genetic information of coronavirus (COVID-19) are queried to determine whether the infection is positive or negative.
If you want to understand more in detail, there is a very easy-to-understand explanation on the following site.
Experts begin to speak out against PCR testing mistakes in coronavirus (COVID-19)
At this point, genuine experts in the field of viruses have begun to make the right claims.
What is clear for the purpose of raising their voices and chanting significance is that,
- Not because of fame, but rather at risk of their career
- Not for money. (Rather, they may lose research funds or jobs.)
- The true role ofthe expert is to appeal the correct opinion because it is a specialized field that is difficult for the general public to understand.
- Keep their eyes open to questions and concerns, and provide correct information, including what experts do not understand.
- Observe the original purpose of science, the principles of “people’s health and well-being” and “safety”, and do not use it for the benefit of a specific group or for personal fame.
Shouldn’t we afford to listen to the courageous actions of these people?
Dr. Andrew Kaufman’s claim
Dr. Andrew Kaufman holds a Ph.D. in medical science from the South Carolina Medical College and has a background in biology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He appears to be well qualified as an expert to comment on the coronavirus (COVID-19).
What he points out is,
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) is not treated in accordance with Koch’s principles, a basic principle of identifying pathogens of infectious diseases by bacteriologist Roberto Koch.
- Isolation of “SARS-CoV-2” which is the official name of the virus of coronavirus (COVID-19) has not been successful.
- The true identity of the coronavirus (COVID-19) may be Exosome. Exosomes are substances excreted by human cells and have the same appearance and size as the coronavirus (COVID-19).
- Exosomes are discharged from human cells as a result of seasonal changes, stress, and colds. Symptoms caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) also have something in common.
- He points out that there are various problems in the process of PCR testing.
- The microorganism must be found in abundance in all organisms suffering from the disease, but should not be found in healthy organisms.
- The microorganism must be isolated from a diseased organism and grown in pure culture.
- The cultured microorganism should cause disease when introduced into a healthy organism.
- The microorganism must be reisolated from the inoculated, diseased experimental host and identified as being identical to the original specific causative agent.
They are membrane vesicles between 50 and 150 nm in diameter that are secreted by most cells. In living organisms, it is observed in body fluids such as saliva, blood, urine, amniotic fluid, and malignant ascites, and is also secreted by cultured cells. Recently, it has been pointed out that Exosome may play a role in transmitting information to distant cells and tissues.
In the video below, Dr. Andrew Kaufman points out all the questions about the coronavirus itself, how to test it, etc. Please take a look.
Activities of Dr. Ohashi, Professor Emeritus, Tokushima University
Tokushima University Honorary Professor Dr. Makoto Ohashi graduated from the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Department at Kyoto University. He worked as a professor of general science at Tokushima University after working as an Education Technician at the University of Tokyo. In his field of Immunobiology, Dr. Ohashi seems to have sufficient qualifications as an expert to give his opinion on coronavirus (COVID-19).
Dr. Ohashi has launched his own channel on Youtube, examining his expert knowledge and latest papers on coronavirus (COVID-19) and PCR testing contradictions. Nevertheless, some videos have been removed from Youtube.
I am grateful that experts from such positions from Japan are able to raise their voices.
Dr. Ohashi points out that,
- After confirming the paper information on which the genetic information of coronavirus (COVID-19) and “SARS-CoV-2” is based, the question is raised.
- According to Koch’s principle, the virus has not succeeded in isolating it.
- He points out that there are various problems in the process of PCR testing.
Problems with the PCR test kit itself
Are there common points between the WHO coronavirus (COVID-19) genetic information and human DNA information?
Although there is a suspicion of the genetic information of coronavirus (COVID-19) pointed out by Dr. Ohashi in the above, the following site has human genetic information in the coronavirus (COVID-19) genetic information provided by WHO. It is pointed out that there is exactly the same part as the DNA information. I’m not an expert myself, so I can’t come to a conclusion, but this may be a big problem if it’s producing a large number of asymptomatic infections.
I will update this on this site if I know any information.
A large number of false positives and false negatives in PCR tests with coronavirus (COVID-19)
According to various experts, it seems that the number of false positives and false negatives in the PCR test with coronavirus (COVID-19) is higher than that of other virus tests.
This site is deeply pursuing the problems of PCR testing and its kits.
The following PCR test kit notes for coronavirus (COVID-19) also indicate that other infections, influenza A virus (H1N1), influenza B virus (Yamagata), respiratory synchronous virus (B), respiratory adenovirus (type 3 and 7), parainfluenza virus (type 2), pneumonia mycoplasma, and chlamydial pneumonia are detected and positive. There is a possibility of a clerical error.
At the same time, it is true that this note states that “The genes of the virus detected by PCR testing do not necessarily indicate the presence of infectious viruses, and that the new coronavirus is not necessarily the cause of clinical symptoms (such as pneumonia).”
Courageous speech of President Tanzania
Tanzania‘s President John Magfry questioned the WHO (World Health Organization’s) testing of coronavirus (COVID-19) and conducted an undercover investigation by attaching human names, ages, and genders to non-human specimens.
Papaya (Elizabeth Ane, 26 years old female)
Automotive Oil (Jail Hamza, 30 years old, male)
Jackfruit (Sarah Samuel, 45, female)
President Magfry temporarily suspended the head of the National Institute of Health, which is responsible for coronavirus testing. This has been reported in Al Jazeera.
- Was there a problem with the quality of the PCR test kit?
- Is there anything wrong with the genetic information of coronavirus (COVID-19) used in PCR testing?
This is an important thing that needs to be verified.
Humans live with bacteria and viruses
Finally, it deviates from the main subject a little, but how many bacteria and viruses do you think are on the surface of the human body and in the body?
|Number of human cells||About 30 trillion|
|Number of bacteria||About 40 trillion|
|Number of viruses||About 380 trillion|
Even with this data alone, some of you may be able to overturn the image of the bacteria and viruses you have had so far.
Most bacteria and viruses are harmless or do not cause a problem if the body’s immune system is normal.
In addition, studies are beginning to show that there are many beneficial bacteria and that some viruses may have beneficial effects.
Many viruses infect the bacteria that live in your body and are known as bacteriophages or phages for short. The human body is a breeding ground for phage, and despite its abundance, little is known about phages and other viruses in the body.
The natural power of humans living together with so many bacteria and viruses is amazing.
Thank you for reading so far.
See you next time.