Kary Mullis and Viruses’ Lack of Evidence

19 Dec

Kary B. Mullis, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, died Aug. 7th, 2019 of pneumonia at the age of 74. He won the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his invention of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method for copying and amplifying DNA. Mullis invented the PCR method in 1983 as a chemist at Cetus Corporation.

Kary Mullis was a little known scientist until Covid-19. After Covid-19 was “released” on the public, the actual work that Kary performed, and the thought process he used to come to his conclusions has been brought forward.

The PCR test he invented is currently being used throughout the world to determine if someone has Covid-19. In the interviews with Kary, he makes it clear that the test simply looks for anything. If it finds that “anything”, it is capable by design to amplify that “anything” into a positive result.

(Click on Image above for Video Link)

The problem is very fundamental. That “anything” that supposedly represents Covid-19, using the PCR test, has never been identified.

The conclusion of the video interview of Kary is that there are many people around the world, claiming to be scientists. The general public accepts their word as an accurate representation of science, when actually, the general public is being fooled. In the case of Covid-19, the science being represented is Scienceism.

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