Issue 1 – the inventor said it cant be used to test infection
Kary Mullis invented the PCR test and is in the record for saying
I will debate Anthony Fauci to his face. The PCR test cannot be used to detect infection
Yet, in both HIV/AIDs and the Corona Virus, the lynch pin holding both stories together is the belief that a PCR test can detect infection.
Issue 2 – number of cycles
Even if the PCR test could detect infection, the number of “cycles” the test is run greatly affects the results. It is a known fact that anything more than 25 cycles is indistinguishable from random results. And yet, at the start of the plandemic, they were running 35 cycles.
Issue 3 – got orange juice
In Germany, when the kids want to get out of going to school, they drink a lot of orange juice before taking the PCR test. Why? So that the elevated acid levels in their saliva throw a false positive
Issue 4 – how are you going to test for something you have not purified.
In this post and this post we see that the PCR test was not developed against actual samples of SARS-COV2.
The two best resources for critical analysis of the PCR test are
- Day 3 of the International Grand Jury proceedings where the PCR test is discussed.
- The Corman-Drosten review report casts a critical eye on many aspects of the paper that supposedly demonstrated how to test for the corona virus using a PCR test.