11th October 2020
Studies regarding the unreliability of PCR tests
The usual placeholder post that will update – to track various studies/ reports.
ADDENDUM 21 OCTOBER 2020
— Melissa Murphy-Web (@melissaemw) October 21, 2020
ADDENDUM 18 OCTOBER 2020
There’s a lot of detail here: Reiner Fuellmich’s video about COVID crimes against humanity – he’s on the right track but has missed out many things
This is on our governments website.
“The reliability of COVID-19 tests is uncertain due to the limited evidence base. Available evidence mainly comes from symptomatic patients, and their clinical role in detecting asymptomatic carriers is unclear.”https://t.co/1fecqbIo3c
— Tom (@TheWarCOVID1984) October 11, 2020
Do those people who wish to destroy freedom and democracy in Victoria understand the impact of false positives? https://t.co/ristrVfJmL
— Miss Conceptions (@MConceptions) October 10, 2020
1/x ⬆️ Testing = ⬆️ Cases
(2) #NON_infectious cases IF excess Ct cutoff
— Sabina Walker, Master Appl Science (Neuroscience) (@SabinaWalker18) September 27, 2020
Kary Mullis Invented PCR
He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his invention
PCR is being used to test for COVID
What would Mullis say about this?
We will never know, Mullis passed away just weeks before the outbreak began
But we have a good idea.. pic.twitter.com/pzUrp2YmDy
— Tickety-boo (@Tickety05965929) October 17, 2020