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Podcast: The 2 Big Reasons Why Viruses Don’t Exist
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In this week’s podcast, I’m going to go over the 2 lab procedures which supposedly discover new viruses…
And never have.
The first one I call “the soup in the dish.” It never isolates a virus.
And even if it indirectly proved a virus is in the soup—which it doesn’t—researchers would never be able to say which virus it is.
The second lab procedure is “the spinner.” It involves a centrifuge, which spins a tissue sample from a patient and then supposedly produces a way to find and analyze “the virus.”
I’ll explain why.
For both useless methods of “discovering viruses,” I’ll describe in plain English why these processes fail.
I’ll also go into the “control problem,” which virologists have tied to conceal for many, many years.
Virology is science at its worst.
Virologists perform the studies that mean nothing, and don’t perform the studies that would mean something.
I’ve thought long and hard about which studies WOULD be useful. This turns out to be more difficult than I previously realized. I’ll explain.
The deeper I look into “viruses,” the weirder it gets.
Join me in this podcast.
-- Jon Rappoport
(Rappoport Podcasts, Episode 046)