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In the history of science there’s never been a truly isolated virus

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In the history of science there’s never been a truly isolated virus. So, anything from there is based on assuming something as ‘fact’ that simply is not.
This is important because Germ Theory only benefits Big Pharma and demonstrates many logical flaws when held up to true scientific principles. We then use inappropriate ‘testing’ methods such as PCR, conveniently ignoring that a PCR test set on a high cycle would show everyone has Ebola too.
If you read page 43 of their own document (FDA website) you will see that they openly admit to having taken a simulation out of stock and there was no Covid samples available. page 43

“Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV were available for CDC use at the time the test was developed and this study conducted, assays designed for detection of the 2019-nCoV RNA were tested with characterized stocks of in vitro transcribed full length RNA…”
That is merely fancy language for multiplication of computer-simulated strands that prove no existence of anything.
Pellagra was labeled a contagious disease until they found out it was a nutritional deficiency. Typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, and other ‘infectious diseases’ disappeared when people were provided clean water and sanitation. Polio was very likely associated with DDT. Toxins and poisons and deficiencies are more frequently the cause of what people call viruses…e.g. Terrain Model.

Most people’s ‘opinion’ is that viruses are identifiable vectors for us to potentially catch a contagious illness. But that is simply not true. The reality is – in any true measurable data performed under actual scientific principles of isolation – no one has never successfully isolated a ‘virus’. So-called ‘viruses’ are merely computer simulated mental constructs.
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