Following the very deep discussion with Stephen Bustin in Episode 251, David goes back over the same ground, hopefully in a way that simplifies everything and will enable you to get a better understanding of RT-PCR, and it’s application to coronavirus testing. He starts by describing RNA, including the fact that it is found in every living cell, not just viruses, then the extraction of RNA, the conversion of RNA to complementary DNA using Reverse Transcriptase enzyme, and then the PCR process used to approximately double the DNA at even step, until the Cycle Threshold is reached. And the Cycle Threshold is one of the big problems of RT-PCR testing for coronavirus. Some of these thoughts are also in written form at:
Remington Nevin is an MD and expert on the quinoline family of drugs, best known for their use against malaria. He has been interviewed here before, on the subject of mefloquine, which is believed to have caused severe neurologic damage, especially in soldiers who were forced to take it even after experiencing adverse effects. Similar effects are also found with chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine. The latter is often used for rheumatoid arthritis, and doctors there say that it is remarkably free of side effects. They forget, however, that a lot of patients stop taking it quite quickly after starting, probably because they are the sub-group that is vulnerable to side effects. Given that high doses are being used for COVID-19, and on elderly, infirm people, one can expect significant problems with side effects. You can find out more of the work of Dr Nevin on his Quinism Foundation website: quinism.org
David goes through his recent research on antibody tests and shows that they are as much a mess as RT-PCR testing for infection, maybe more. Important data needed to validate the meaning of antibodies is missing, it is randomly chosen from patients rather than from following one person, or it directly contradicts dogmas about how antibodies work. A written version can be found here: theinfectiousmyth.com/coronavi…
Andrew Kaufman came to similar conclusions about the non-existence of the supposed COVID-19. An MD and PhD, Kaufman has studied the similarity between what is being called COVID-19 and exosomes, which are virus-like particles released by normal human cells, perhaps more so under conditions of stress. Find out more about Dr. Kaufman’s work at: www.andrewkaufmanmd.com
David provides his analysis of the coronavirus panic. He does not believe that the coronavirus test is accurate, and the coronavirus has never been proven to exist, so the tests may be completely meaningless. He discusses some of the research, shows that it is not scientific, and describes some of the many anomalies regarding coronavirus testing, and the theory that the epidemic is real and infectious. A written version of this show is at: theinfectiousmyth.com/book/Cor…
Independent podcaster (who you should support) does another great interview about the insanity of fluoridation.
David discusses water fluoridation with PhD chemist and head of the Fluoride Action Network, Paul Connett, and Calgary, Canada family physician and head of Safe Water Calgary, Bob Dickson. They discuss the problems of water fluoridation in general, and why it is suddenly a hot issue again in the city of Calgary, which has about 1.5 million residents.For more information on the Fluoride Action Network: fluoridealert.orgFor more information on Safe Water Calgary: www.safewatercalgar
David discusses polygraphs, also known as lie detectors, with George Maschke. He makes the case that they are merely pseudoscience in fancy packaging designed to make gullible people confess to their sins based on the belief that the devices are infallible. Not only are they fallible, but George believes that they can be reliably fooled by your response to the control question, if you are applying for a job that needs one, or are in some other situation where it is hard to refuse one. If you wan
David discusses the possibility with James McCumiskey of Ireland, the possibility that there are no viruses, and that this is a decades or centuries old fraud or error. James has endeavored to get proof of the existence of viruses from the virus experts in Ireland, including the NVRL (National Virus Reference Laboratory), so far to no avail. Begorra!