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    The RONA Part I (THE PCR TEST)

    Is it real? Is it not real?

    Regardless of what you believe, I am pretty sure we can all agree that we are living in some truly strange and unprecedented times.

    It is interesting because I was supposed to go into work last night, but awoke to an e-mail that said I tested positive on the COVID test I took on Tuesday (I have to test weekly for my job). Of course like most people who test positive, I do not have a single symptom and feel perfectly fine, though I am rather high from the cannabis I have been smoking all night long while reading up on the PCR test and its inventor Kary Mullis (who also was a lover of cannabis). Mullis, unlike Doc Fauci, is a real scientist.... a Nobel Prize winning chemist in fact. Mullis himself was a staunch critic of Fauci even back in the day. Mullis has also stated on record that using a PCR test, a person can test positive for just about anything if the test is run though enough cycles of amplification. To get a basic understanding of what I am talking about when I refer to 'cycles of amplification' requires a basic understanding of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR). Basically these nasal swabs are picking up DNA from deep inside a person's nasal cavity, and the tests are designed to detect the genetic footprint of what are supposedly viral fragments said to make up COVID-19. The DNA cannot be detected on its own, so it needs to be amplified in a series of chain reactions or cycles of amplification which can vary in number from lab to lab. (In other words, a person might test positive on a test from one lab, but negative on a test from another lab). According the Mullis, the same genetic material that makes up various so-called viruses can be found in all humans to varying degrees at varying times. A positive on a COVID PCR test does NOT mean a person is sick.

    It is ironic that Mullis died in August of 2019, just months before COVID became a thing. It would be interesting to hear what he has to say about his test in its application to COVID-19. My opinion is that if it was not for these tests, we would not have this scamdemic that is being used to collapse the old system and bring in the new.

    I highly urge everyone to go to the CDC's website and compare the rates of SEASONAL FLU from years past to rates of SEASONAL FLU now.
    Last edited by Pressed_Rat; 01-09-2021, 12:24 PM.

    #2
    Thanks PR! I am a covid denier and it is the flu. Have been from the start

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      #3
      Originally posted by Pressed_Rat View Post
      Is it real? Is it not real?

      Regardless of what you believe, I am pretty sure we can all agree that we are living in some truly strange and unprecedented times.

      It is interesting because I was supposed to go into work last night, but awoke to an e-mail that said I tested positive on the COVID test I took on Tuesday (I have to test weekly for my job). Of course like most people who test positive, I do not have a single symptom and feel perfectly fine, though I am rather high from the cannabis I have been smoking all night long while reading up on the PCR test and its inventor Kary Mullis (who also was a lover of cannabis).
      Do you still work at an old folks home? Then you also know why you have to stay home even though you're not displaying any symptoms. Not very interesting or anything dubious going on here..

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        #4
        Asymptomatic spreading is a lie

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        • Beach Ball Bitch
          Beach Ball Bitch commented
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          Yes it is BS. My friends mom got dementia early and they test her a few times a week, negative one day and asymptomatic the next. They wanted to move her to the covid ward and my friend stopped it, The tests are not accurate either so it is all BS. She is fine.

        • Sooz
          Sooz commented
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          Your attitude towards the whole thing is a joke.

        #5
        Not real. The pandemic is fueled by false PCR test. Also, I had heard a top scientists say there is a possibility of a bar code in the PCR test

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          #6
          i believe the virus is just a harsher form of the flu...some people are able to fight it quick and some people cant

          i also believe that the tests are not able to really narrow it down to the exact covid19 ..causing many false positives but its the best they could come up with in short order ...which is better than no test at all

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          • Beach Ball Bitch
            Beach Ball Bitch commented
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            Viral pneumonia exists and has for a long time. It kills ppl every year. Not this year though. Deaths are down too. Car accidents, not happening for the most part, when compared..but overdose Is on the rise. People aren’t going to the hospital now. More people die in car accidents every year. Depression and suicide on the rise too. Why aren’t people told they can’t drive anymore?

          #7
          The difference between a variant and a strain is just arbitrary, but a couple either deadly or more infectious strains is what I was waiting for
          We are up to four main strains if you include the original Wuhan one inside a year

          We ended 2020 with a mere 1% of the world's population infected and 0.025% dying from it, or at least dying whilst testing positive

          I just don't see what's going to stop it being 50 times worse

          Vaccines will only slow the spread, they are still dependant on the person's immune system

          What does everyone think is going to happen when it's 50% of the population infected?

          There might not be any fat people left by 2025


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          • Beach Ball Bitch
            Beach Ball Bitch commented
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            If 50% of the people die, the world will still be over populated. Over population breeds germs. Omg they found the virus in sewage! It isn’t going to reach 50 percent. Maybe we need to watch old Star Trek episodes to know what will happen. Oh wait, this already has happened.

          #8
          It's very real.
          Nobody wants it but it gets in through some flying animals that are sick.
          At the moment there are bats that are in australia that have the lyssavirus.
          Australian bat lyssavirus (ABLV) is a virus that can be transmitted from bats to humans, causing serious illness.

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              #10
              I think that Covid 19 is more infectious than the flu. It spreads quickly and more easily, thus mask wearing and social distancing measures making the flu much less prevalent this year than in past years (at least where I live).

              You're right about PCR tests though-although they are much more prone to false negatives than false positives. In my state, they only use antigen tests for rapid testing, and it is always an PCR test which takes a few days to get back and is supposedly more accurate. Both are pretty inaccurate early on in infection but get more accurate as time goes on.

              Neither testing method is great, mostly because infected people tend to test negative too often, but the opposite is rarer. They had to make a decision though--test far fewer people with more accurate tests, or test a lot of people and accept a certain amount of error. What can you do?

              I'm glad you aren't symptomatic though.

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                #11
                Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
                Asymptomatic spreading is a lie
                Where do you get this information from? Asymptomatic spread of infectious disease has been around long, long before Covid-19. It's a well established and robustly researched phenomenon. Some viruses are most contagious before you start showing signs of illness, it just depends on the virus.

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                  #12
                  Originally posted by Youfreeme View Post

                  Where do you get this information from? Asymptomatic spread of infectious disease has been around long, long before Covid-19. It's a well established and robustly researched phenomenon. Some viruses are most contagious before you start showing signs of illness, it just depends on the virus.
                  Not exactly a lie, but not specific enough
                  With all the data, one thing at least that's well documented not is how few kids make up the proportion of positive tests. They are just not infectious long enough to be able to spread it exponentially, and almost all of them are asymptomatic for the 12 hrs they are infectious. Whereas an 80 yr old is infectious for 11 days

                  An age group needs to be above that R Nought > 1 for asymptomatic spread to be true.

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                    #13
                    Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post

                    Not exactly a lie, but not specific enough
                    With all the data, one thing at least that's well documented not is how few kids make up the proportion of positive tests. They are just not infectious long enough to be able to spread it exponentially, and almost all of them are asymptomatic for the 12 hrs they are infectious. Whereas an 80 yr old is infectious for 11 days

                    An age group needs to be above that R Nought > 1 for asymptomatic spread to be true.
                    You mean with Covid-19 specifically, right (referring to how few children make up positive results)? My understanding is that they don't know exactly why kids don't spread it as easily--I've heard a range of explanations from children having less ACE2 receptors, to their sneezes are coughs being less powerful and producing less infectious droplets in coughs.

                    It's insane how few kids have died. It's a blessing, I guess.

                    But my post was referring to IDs more broadly, not just Covid-19, because 6-eyes claimed that asymptomatic spreading is a myth.
                    Last edited by Youfreeme; 01-11-2021, 10:32 PM.

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                      #14
                      Censoring..
                      It censors testimony from physicians on early treatments for Covid-19 patients.

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