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I got tired of listening to the scam of the PCR testing regime . So i decided to have a little dig.

 

Didnt take me long to find this website

 

https://www.thermofisher.com/uk/en/home/life-science/cloning/cloning-learning-center/invitrogen-school-of-molecular-biology/pcr-education/pcr-reagents-enzymes/pcr-cycling-considerations.html

 

As i scrolled down i came to this part which basically exposes this scam.

 

So we know the NHS uses 45 cycles . Here it says that more than 45 cycles is not recommended as non-specific bands appear. Also giving drastically lower PCR efficiency . So the NHS is using the absolute maximum it can to get its results.

 

The part of it that exposes the scam is the one sentence....

 

Conversely low cycle numbers are PREFERABLE for UNBIASED amplification and accurate replication of target DNA.

 

So this article confirms the UK government are using a BIASED amplification of the PCR test to further the fear and get us to lockdown. This is HUGE!!!!

 

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The trouble is that over the past 8 months we have proved that PCR test is not fit for purpose, the so called virus has never been isolated/purified, along with many other lies about overwhelmed hospitals etc. completely debunked, but although the governments know all of this, nothing changes (for the better). 

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The NHS and everyone else kows that 40 is the absolute limit of amplification cycles.  It's in the textbooks on virology.

If the NHS is using 45 it is criminal.

In fact responsible labs are using 25-30.

 

Artifacts

What is not advertised by the vaccine companies and is hard information to get ... is that the test actually introduces mutated RNA strands into the sample ... and these mutations can test positive for Covid or any other virus ... even though the patient does not have any Covid RNA in his body.

The way the test works is by copying RNA strands in the patient's sample, millions of times.  And this is done over and over again in cycles.  Until you have a large amount of RNA strands.   Then right at the end a test is done to see if any of them match the Covid signature.

The problem is that when you copy the RNA sometimes errors are made.   These are called Artifacts.   Say you copy the sequence ABCD, and you copy it a million times, mostly you get ABCD, ABCD, ABCD, but sometimes you get an error like ABCC, or ABCABD, or whatever.   The copying mechanism sometimes goes wrong.   And it can go wrong millions of times in a test.   Then you do another cycle and these errors are re-copied millions of times.

Why do errors happen?  It happens when at the molecular level the strands are incorrectly indexed (means they slot into the wrong place, in the notch above or below where they are meant to).  Or it can happen because there is not enough time to complete the copy and the cycle is stopped, so you have incomplete copies.

Anyway all this adds random genetic RNA copies into the sample.

Then in the next amplification cycle these artifacts are re-copied millions of time.

If you continue like this ... you end up having so many random bits of RNA in the sample that you could test positive for any virus in the world, because something in the test tube will match it.

That is why the number of cycles must be limited and be under 40.  Even 40 is pushing it.

Anyone doing 45 is doing crime.

This means people who do not have Covid, or perhaps have a miniscule amount, are given the flashing red positive test ... rushed to hospital and then die there.

Insane but ... many things are insane in this world.

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david crowe interviewed Stephen Bustin in April twice

Bustin wrote A-Z of Quantitative PCR         the bible of QPCR 

 

https://infectiousmyth.podbean.com/e/the-infectious-myth-stephen-bustin-on-challenges-with-rt-pcr/

 

https://infectiousmyth.podbean.com/e/the-infectious-myth-simplifying-rt-pcr/

 

stuff like the difference between RT-PCR and rt-PCR real time or reverse transcriptase

 

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On 10/18/2020 at 7:53 PM, rideforever said:

The NHS and everyone else kows that 40 is the absolute limit of amplification cycles.  It's in the textbooks on virology.

If the NHS is using 45 it is criminal.

In fact responsible labs are using 25-30.

 

Artifacts

What is not advertised by the vaccine companies and is hard information to get ... is that the test actually introduces mutated RNA strands into the sample ... and these mutations can test positive for Covid or any other virus ... even though the patient does not have any Covid RNA in his body.

The way the test works is by copying RNA strands in the patient's sample, millions of times.  And this is done over and over again in cycles.  Until you have a large amount of RNA strands.   Then right at the end a test is done to see if any of them match the Covid signature.

The problem is that when you copy the RNA sometimes errors are made.   These are called Artifacts.   Say you copy the sequence ABCD, and you copy it a million times, mostly you get ABCD, ABCD, ABCD, but sometimes you get an error like ABCC, or ABCABD, or whatever.   The copying mechanism sometimes goes wrong.   And it can go wrong millions of times in a test.   Then you do another cycle and these errors are re-copied millions of times.

Why do errors happen?  It happens when at the molecular level the strands are incorrectly indexed (means they slot into the wrong place, in the notch above or below where they are meant to).  Or it can happen because there is not enough time to complete the copy and the cycle is stopped, so you have incomplete copies.

Anyway all this adds random genetic RNA copies into the sample.

Then in the next amplification cycle these artifacts are re-copied millions of time.

If you continue like this ... you end up having so many random bits of RNA in the sample that you could test positive for any virus in the world, because something in the test tube will match it.

That is why the number of cycles must be limited and be under 40.  Even 40 is pushing it.

Anyone doing 45 is doing crime.

This means people who do not have Covid, or perhaps have a miniscule amount, are given the flashing red positive test ... rushed to hospital and then die there.

Insane but ... many things are insane in this world.

As stated on the Public Health Covid 19 testing document. They are using 45 cycles

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RT PCR laboratories try to conceal artefact generation because it starts to make the test look very dodgy.

Here is one article on it https://microbiomethod.blogspot.com/2016/11/pcr-artefacts_26.html

 

Some quotes:

 


"PCR artefacts are DNA sequences produced by errors in the PCR process. Some only involve changing one base pair, but some are severe enough to increase the diversity in subsequent analysis of the amplified DNA. It's important to take steps to minimise these errors and identify sequences that might be the result of PCR errors rather than actual bacteria."

 

"Reading errors will also increase with the number of PCR cycles, so it is worth keeping the cycle number to a minimum."

 

"Chimeras are more troublesome artefacts. They occur when a partial 16S rDNA fragment from the extension phase binds to a heterologous fragment during the annealing phase to form a heteroduplex. The incomplete fragment then acts as a primer for extension, creating a chimera of two 16S rRNA genes from different species. This is then amplified and can be easily confused as originating from a new, but unfortunately non-existent, bacterial species."

Note : what this means in English is that a patient can test positive for a bacteria or virus that you don't actually have, because the markers used in the test sometimes actually CREATE the RNA they are looking for; in other words the test can create Covid RNA in a patient's sample that does not have Covid.  This is one type of error that the test can do, especially with high amplification cycles like the 45 cycles the NHS is using.

 

"Decreasing the number of cycles and thereby limiting the opportunity for formation and amplification of chimeras (5, 6)⁠."

 

 

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