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Watch: PCR tests are not suitable for testing COVID or infectious diseases – Inventor

The test is not to be trusted at all, says Professor Karry Mullis, inventor of the PCR test

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If you’ve tested postive for COVID, there’s a high probability you never had COVID at all.

The PCR test for COVID, used by the governments around the world, including New Zealand, is not suitable for testing for COVID or other infectious diseases.

But don’t take our word for it. This is the view of Professor Karry Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test, for which he won the Nobel Prize in 1993.

It’s also the view of many of the world’s top scientists, doctors and professors, including: Dr. Mike Yeadon, Prof. Carl Heneghan, Dr. Sam Bailey, Prof. Beda Stadler, Dr. Roger Hodkinson, Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Clare Craig, Prof. Stephen Bustin and Dr. Tim O’Shea, to name a few.

Even Anthony Fauci admits the test is unreliable.

The problems with the PCR test are:

  • It was invented for DNA analysis, not for the testing of infectious diseases, including COVID-19.
  • The PCR testing process involves magnification of the sample, each magnification level is called a ‘cycle.’ At the cycle levels western countries are using, this involves magnification factors in order of trillions. At that level of cycles, you are not finding COVID, but chemical compounds that are found in many other substances. The proportion of ‘false positive’ tests is so high as to render the results scientifically and statistically useless.

Watch the video to see what the real experts say:

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