Does Anyone Want To Debate “Does the Virus Exist?”

Does Anyone Want To Debate “Does the Virus Exist?”

Does Anyone Want To Debate “Does the Virus Exist?”

By Steve Kirsch

If course it does, but there are followers of Sam Bailey, Stefan Lanka, Thomas Cowan, Andrew Kaufman, and Christine Massey who claim it doesn’t.

I’m not willing to invest my time in this debate, but if you want to challenge Sam Bailey, Stefan Lanka, Thomas Cowan, Andrew Kaufman, and Christine Massey, please let me know in the comments.

One of my experts wrote:

I’ve read through Andrew Kaufman, MD’s critiques of the viral techniques used to “isolate” the virus.  While he’s an intelligent person, he critiques methods for which he clearly does not know the rationale, nor how they work.  Although I cannot participate in a live debate, I can certainly provide to another member of your team plenty of background information on why a number of Kaufman’s points reflect a misunderstanding of cell culture techniques, DNA sequencing, and PCR.

This isn’t very surprising where Kaufman admits, “I’ve never done virus research.”

These articles contain numerous references to papers in peer-reviewed journals which describe how the virus was isolated per the standard understanding of the term “isolated” and as validated in the scientific peer-reviewed literature.

I realize some people disagree with the definition of isolated. When I say it has been isolated, I mean “according to the standard meaning of the term in the peer-reviewed literature.” The proof that everyone keeps asking for is there in plain sight.

Papers using the term “isolated” which are in the peer-reviewed literature. The CDC admits the virus was isolated: They wrote: “SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, was isolated in the laboratory and is available for research by the scientific and medical community.”

The burden is now on Lanka et al. to get every one of these papers retracted. He has not met that burden. Lanka has not been able to persuade any journal to retract any of the papers. So clearly a lot of people disagree with him. That doesn’t mean the journals are right. But the experts I speak with agree with the journals.

Basically, purifying a virus is difficult and there is no reason in today’s world to do it, so it isn’t done. The FOIA requests they issue are a publicity stunt that they know will fail. That’s very disingenuous of them not to reveal that.

I basically gave up on them when I asked “Does measles exist, yes or no?” and couldn’t get a straight answer.

Arguably, Lanka lost his bet on this (it was proven using 6 papers per the lower court decision), but it was later overturned the judgment on a technicality of how the bet was constructed (Lanka required it be done in 1 paper instead of 6). The higher court never looked at the merits of the existence argument; it merely looked at the number of papers.

The same trick is used for “isolated virus”: clever definitions.

Finally, I talked to James Lyons-Weiler who told me that they have been debated before and it was a complete waste of time. So it’s not like anyone is afraid of them. It’s that nobody wants to spend their time to repeat what has already been done. Weiler asked the question if the virus doesn’t exist, then how can 600 labs across the country find the same sequences for the virus in infected samples. He didn’t get an answer to that question. He’s looking for the video of the discussion.

Also, the people I talk to fully acknowledge there is no purified virus, but that it isn’t needed because they can do everything they need to do without it. Lanka et al. claim it is needed. So it’s now just a matter of opinion. Neither side is going to convince the other side. That’s what happened.

So if the people who are actually working with the genetic material don’t feel it is needed, Lanka isn’t going to convince them it is. So what’s the point of the debate?

The reason nobody has purified the virus is there is no need to do so in today’s world where gene sequencing is readily available.

If anyone who does this for a living (e.g., buys/uses material from ATCC) would like to debate them, let me know in the comments. It would be nice to do the definitive discussion of this to end the “debate.”

Original source:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recent Comments

02 Oct 22
The stiffens post-tonsillectomy, [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - [URL= - [/URL - educate caution friendly plantars, aggravating confidence.
02 Oct 22
Tissue-specifc stem cells also have the capability to perpetuate themselves by way of self-renewal and to supply the various mature cells of a selected tissue by way of differentiation ]. In this way frequencies of various codes may be came upon by the repetition of this system. Response: We respect the detailed recommendations to improve the accuracy of the danger adjustment st model prostate cancer jewelry order alfuzosin 10 mg online. Original: September 30, 2009 Page 111 Revised: February 22, 2017 Inflammatory Bowel Disease Program Patient Information Guidefi Vitamin D tablets four hundred to 50,000 international items, as indicated. These interpretations of the reported exposure to repetitive wrist movement knowledge differ from those of the authors. When you are on a long publish-take ward G social historical past round, this can make issues very tiring for everybody fungus underarm order ketoconazole 200 mg free shipping. Pharmaco tive worth of dialysate cell counts in peritonitis complicating peritoneal kinetics of oral ciprofloxacin in continuous biking peritoneal dialysis. F plasmid A bacterial plasmidпїЅusually called the F factor, fertility issue, or sex plasmidпїЅthat is capable of transferring itself from a number (F+) cell to a cell not carrying an F factor (F- cell); when an F factor is integrated into the bacterial chromosome (in an Hfr cell), the chromosome turns into transferrable to an F- cell during conjugation. His speech (E) Rides a tricycle is normal and shows an acceptable affec (F) Stacks fve blocks tive range allergy treatment for 3 month old cheap prednisolone 10mg without a prescription. The erythrophage is a macrophage that has ingested purple blood cells usually as a result of hemmorrhage from trauma or a bleeding disorder. In the updated classifcation, situations have been grouped in a method that was felt to be most fitted for basic epidemiological functions and the analysis of well being care. Between gluconeogenesis and glycemic and lipid ranges and weight reduction as applicable glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis seems to be (Piero et al antibiotic resistance pbs cheap 500mg ampicillin with amex. Wasting and weak point start in muscles of the decrease limbs then spread to the higher limbs, progressing quickly with out remission. Disfgurement of face due to the fullfi Clinical: A smooth polyp like mass within the upper a part of ness on the proper side of nose nose between the septum and middle turbinate may be seen, which will increase in dimension on crying or straining. ReinkeпїЅ house: this potential space with scanty subepithelial connective tissues lies under the epithelium of vocal cords and superfcial to its elastic layer herbs mentioned in the bible buy cheap geriforte syrup 100 caps. It could nevertheless be potential to identify non-responders as early as four weeks into treatment6. The brief life span of these different hosts may mean that the life span of the cysticercus can also be fairly brief, not 40 years. J Neuroebellar infarctions: outcomes of the German-Austrian surg 1968; 28, 544 555 zentraler diabetes insipidus order cozaar online from canada. Hyponatremia is defined as