@BreesAnna Please read my very accessible review of the pandemic here:
lockdownsceptics.org/what-sage-got-…
Nothing here is my speculation. All drawn from peer reviewed journals or work in review by worlds top immunologists & epidemiologists.
@BreesAnna Since writing this I’ve come across several anomalies in the public record.
1. Virtually no excess seats since July.
2. NO EXCESS RESPIRATORY DEATHS since July.
These are inconsistent with SAGE’s claim that a full blown pandemic continues.

I’ve worked in mass testing. It’s...
@BreesAnna ...very easy when using a genetic material amplification technique (PCR) to inadvertently ‘find’ things that aren’t there. Hence when used in forensics, there are often legal / technical arguments about admissibility.
Rather than try to explain how “false positives” occur, I...
@BreesAnna ...think it’s easiest to show you that THIS HAS HAPPENED BEFORE on a much smaller scale.
In New Hampshire, hospital staff convinced themselves they had an epidemic of whooping cough. Eventually someone spotted that the PCR technique used to diagnose pertussis infections was...
@BreesAnna ...not being run with quite the scrupulous care required to eliminate cross-contamination of a reference sample of the infective agent & the clinical samples. Invisible levels of contamination were responsible for THE WHOLE OUTBREAK. When they moved to culture, NOT ONE PERSON...
@BreesAnna ...was found to actually be carrying pertussis. Instead they had a range of upper respiratory tract infections (colds).
It’s now infamous as perhaps the cleanest example of a “PCR FALSE POSITIVE PSEUDO EPIDEMIC”. That’s what I believe is happening now.
Read these reports:
@BreesAnna Excess deaths, sorry (not seats)
@BreesAnna I’m not a lone person thinking about this:
The American Association of Physicians & Surgeons also follow the same logic as I am.
They’re asking same Qs & we’re not getting answers.
Really simple way to close this issue off completely.
If I was Sir....
aapsonline.org/covid-19-do-we…
@BreesAnna ...Patrick Vallance, I’d order an immediate review of the internal QA/QC file, and publish the false positive rate for each of the last eight weeks of Community Mass Testing (Pillar 2) data. Around 1.5 million tests / wk in a small set of large ‘Lighthouse’ labs makes this an...
@BreesAnna ...easy task. Not phoning up 200 hospital public health labs like summertime. It’s all centralised & under control by one person.
So publish the false positive rates AND the a accompanying QA/QC documents, even in draft.
Now, if the labs aren’t even MEASURING the FPR, that’s a...
@BreesAnna ...national scandal.
The entire narrative of a deadly pandemic running amok depends on these tests being trustworthy.
As a scientist every bit the equal of Sir Patrick Vallance, I do not trust the PCR data for covid19 AT PRESENT.
(To be clear: covid19 is real & has been linked..
@BreesAnna ...to around 45,000 deaths, mostly in the spring.

But I believe like other respiratory viruses it performed a full pass & is now possibly endemic at low levels.

If this ISN’T what has happened, we’re going to need to re-write the immunology text books.

ENDS.

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@CJforeveryoung @grahambradymp I’ve briefed him in writing in a ‘one pager’ as I guessed he’s too busy to read more than an ‘executive summary’.
He replied ‘thanks’ but it was probably his office manager.
I’ve briefed 16 MPs personally, one 4x in one day! (He kept calling to check one more thing!). One...
@CJforeveryoung @grahambradymp ...other MP called me at home two weeks ago. They agreed to file a series of written Qs. So I wrote a series of tightly worded Qs to Mr Hancock re PCR testing & to the Cabinet Sec (to whom SAGE formally reports according to a friend in Public Law). I’ve not been told we’ve..
@CJforeveryoung @grahambradymp ...any answers yet. I’m told they’re taken v seriously in Hansard so in due course they have to answer. But so long as they’re not obviously evasive & haven’t lied, it gets you nowhere.
I see someone recently asked about “PCR false positives” but failed to time-bound the Q. So..
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I’m not alone is completely distrusting current PCR mass testing.
“Coronavirus is not a pseudo-epidemic... aapsonline.org/covid-19-do-we…
... epidemic. Many thousands have died. But the dreaded “second wave” might be a surge of false positive tests that are inevitable in mass screenings of healthy persons.

The CDC limits the primers and probes that may be used for PCR testing. For the viral sequences that may...
... be used for viral surveillance and research, the CDC posts this disclaimer on its website, cdc.gov: “Every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of the sequences, but CDC cannot provide any warranty regarding their accuracy.”

It’s not only primers...
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In U.K. in spring there was an v strong relationship between covid19 deaths & excess deaths. Correlation isn’t causation but it’s strong evidence - in spring - that the one is responsible for the other. In formal terms it’s consistent with that hypothesis. We’d expect it, too.
In recent weeks this has completely broken down. It’s no longer possible to stand up the claim that covid19 deaths & excess deaths are causatively linked. In formal terms the data are not consistent with the hypothesis that covid19 deaths are the cause of any excess deaths.
I forgot to say, the most likely explanation for this inconsistency is that our measurements are wrong.
The PCR test for Covid19, like all such tests, is capable of ‘producing a misdiagnosis’.
Technically we call it false positives. When a testing system is overstretched and...
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It’s Easier to Fool People Than It Is to Convince Them That They Have Been Fooled.” – Mark Twain

Dr Mike Yeadon has a degree in biochemistry and toxicology and a research-based PhD in respiratory... lockdownsceptics.org/what-sage-got-…
... pharmacology. He has spent over 30 years leading new medicines research in some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, leaving Pfizer in 2011 as Vice President & Chief Scientist for Allergy & Respiratory. That was the most senior research position in this field...
... in Pfizer. Since leaving Pfizer, Dr Yeadon has founded his own biotech company, Ziarco, which was sold to the worlds biggest drug company, Novartis, in 2017.

I’ve reposted my mini biography. I’m the scientific equal of anyone on SAGE. I even worked in an adjacent lab to...
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Thank it JOEL. Please everyone, take a look. Weekly death rate England. It’s entirely NORMAL. There aren’t more deaths than usual. There aren’t more respiratory deaths than normal. Govt claims there is a lethal respiratory virus at large, killing 100s per day.
It is misdiagnosis.
Because there aren’t excess respiratory deaths - and Govt KNOWS there aren’t, there is NO need for any further ‘measures’ that are hurting families, killing people & destroying the economy. This isn’t opinion or forecasting. It’s right in front of your eyes. If you don’t object..
....in the strongest terms and just say “we the people of U.K. are not doing this; the virus killed people but it’s months ago stopped; your unchecked, error-prone test is lying to us all, cease immediately”, our country & lives are all in peril. With no exaggeration, I’ve....
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@J_CD_T Interesting, thanks.
I have a major using seroprevalence to guide us in any way. The process of forming antibodies is long, yet the apparent half life varies so much as to render seroprevalence as uninterpretable. Mild & asymptomatic infections result in too little if any...
@J_CD_T ...antibodies. If we come back a month, or 6 or 9 months later then, depending on the sensitivity of immunoassay used, you could get more of less any numbers.
I do not believe on this basis that seroprevalence is useful in guiding us. Admissions & deaths coupled with properly-...
@J_CD_T ...conducted PCR testing, is the way forward.

By the way: really key point. What is the excess deaths profile in Italy over the last 4 weeks? Remember that Covid19 kills mostly old & very old people with two or more serious chronic illness, they’re typically respiratory...
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