@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current Strictly you can’t culture (grow in isolation) a virus. They only grow if they can invade living cells. So that’s what we mean: “can you infect susceptible cells using a clinical sample?”
In this paper, the answer is no, in patients whose PCR was only positive if amplification...
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current ...is turned up high. If other words, if your sample is PCR positive only when amplification is turned up beyond 32 cycles, THEY ARE NOT INFECTIOUS.
Once we learned this, early in the spring outbreak, I bet you all think there was broad agreement that we’d set the maximum...
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current ...amplification to 32 cycles, if you’d hope so, if there were any honest scientists doing this work.

They did no such thing. In U.K. they’ve kept the amplification turned up to FORTY (40) cycles, even AFTER it’d be repeatedly shown that positive results obtained at more than...
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current ...around 32 cycles of amplification were KNOWN NOT TO BE INFECTED OR INFECTIOUS.
And this is but one of half a dozen ways in which “cases” are generally NOT really infected people.
This is an appalling thing to do. Anyone I’ve worked with over the last 35y have a word for it:
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current That word is CHEATING.

If it wasn’t so late & I so tired I’d outline all the other tricks in use to this day in U.K.

Here’s one, which I assert accounts for ALL the claimed “cases”, meaning there aren’t ANY people with the virus now:
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current Government has admitted, in a written answer to Parliament, that they have NEVER determined the operational false positive rate.

This means they can’t tell you what % of positive tests are genuine.

If the OFPR is just 10%, there are NO CASES. We’ve got plenty of evidence that..
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current ...this is a fair approximation of the OFPR.

So there are NO CASES.

By happy coincidence, earlier this week, the army tested over 49,000 children in schools in Liverpool using a new test, the ‘lateral flow test’ & found NO VIRUS. In the hot spot of the city allegedly in the...
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current ...middle of the worst outbreak in the country. Thus in the so.called “second wave”.

Viruses do not do waves. It’s all an invention in Ferguson’s model, for which there’s no evidence at all.

That means they’re lying to you.

No Covid19 cases means no covid19 deaths.
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current There was virus & there were deaths, in the spring.

But ever since, it’s all been a contrivance, manufactured lie.

And most people have fallen for it.

This has happened before. A “PCR false positive pseudo-epidemic”.
@chicago_sunrise @subsix848 @AlexBerenson @JAMA_current Try this & see if it reminds you of anything:

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14 Nov
I demand we halt mass PCR testing. Everyone should campaign for this. It’s the single action needed to save our society.
1. It’s untrustworthy. Govt admits it’s out of control: basic QC hasn’t been done, ever. If was a diagnostic test in the NHS, it would immediately be stopped.
2. It’s not necessary. Track, trace & isolate might once have been useful but it’s proven to be a hopeless flop. It finds few contacts & far too late. Only a small minority of contacts are reacted. Of those contacts, 90% don’t do what was asked of them. It helps no one.
3. It only causes damage. Because of a positive test, almost all of which now aren’t of live virus, it damages lives & livelihoods for no gains. “Cases” aren’t true but drive lethally bad adaptations like restrictions to NHS, leading to excess deaths.
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13 Nov
@elonmusk Elon, there isn’t one answer to this. It depends among other things on the number of tests run per day as a measure of stress on the testing system. Most false positives arise from handling errors in the sample processing stages. In U.K. I’ve seen test runs yield >10% positives.
@elonmusk This is on people who weren’t symptomatic. I’m happy to be corrected, but I don’t think we ever got to 10% positivity in the population at the height of the spring pandemic.
If correct, it’s then certain that such PCR runs are completely unreliable.
@elonmusk I’m a scientist & love cool techniques like PCR which can do things that are almost impossible in other ways. But features giving PCR awesome powers also make is non-robust in a production context. For some reason, too few are aware it’s possible to have all positives be false.
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10 Nov
@d_spiegel @LettingFocus @SeanBFlanagan @BreesAnna @toadmeister @allisonpearson @ClarkeMicah @Charlotte3003G @MLevitt_NP2013 @SunetraGupta @carlheneghan @MartinKulldorff @AlistairHaimes @FatEmperor @HaraldofW @JuliaHB1 @Iromg @talkRADIO @mgmgomes1 @spectator @unherd @freddiesayers @spikedonline @ProfKarolSikora @HuwMerriman Respectfully, that’s incorrect, Sir David. I bow to you as master statistician. I ask that you recognise there is a great deal of laboratory insight I have that affects the outcome & isn’t amenable to statistical analysis if you’re unaware of these.
Just as a simple example...
@d_spiegel @LettingFocus @SeanBFlanagan @BreesAnna @toadmeister @allisonpearson @ClarkeMicah @Charlotte3003G @MLevitt_NP2013 @SunetraGupta @carlheneghan @MartinKulldorff @AlistairHaimes @FatEmperor @HaraldofW @JuliaHB1 @Iromg @talkRADIO @mgmgomes1 @spectator @unherd @freddiesayers @spikedonline @ProfKarolSikora @HuwMerriman ...the manufacturer’s values for false positives is under ideal conditions & measure the intrinsic limits for example the ability under perfect conditions to distinguish some sequences from all others. This isn’t the main source of false positives at all. These are mostly...
@d_spiegel @LettingFocus @SeanBFlanagan @BreesAnna @toadmeister @allisonpearson @ClarkeMicah @Charlotte3003G @MLevitt_NP2013 @SunetraGupta @carlheneghan @MartinKulldorff @AlistairHaimes @FatEmperor @HaraldofW @JuliaHB1 @Iromg @talkRADIO @mgmgomes1 @spectator @unherd @freddiesayers @spikedonline @ProfKarolSikora @HuwMerriman <lost my place & fell asleep, it’d been a long day>
...caused by issues related to the sample itself (eg biologically they’re very ‘dirty’ & may contain very large amounts of irrelevant bacterial DNA) and / or sample preparation. I use as explainer the comparison of the person...
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8 Nov
Assuming this advert from an estate agent is correct, the housing market remains open during LD#2.

”We are open and here to help in the safest possible way.
In line with latest Government’s guidelines on home moving, the housing market will remain open during the national...
... lockdown which started yesterday, the 5th November 2020, and all our offices in England will continue to operate.
 
Exceptions on leaving home include undertaking any of the following activities in connection with the purchase, sale, letting or rental of a residential...
... property:
 

Visiting estate or letting agents, developer sales offices or show homes

Viewing residential properties to look for a property to buy or to rent

Preparing a residential property to move in

Moving house

Visiting a residential property to undertake...
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3 Nov
@berniespofforth Honestly, is the world so full of people who can spend all day on the net, but can’t find a half hour to peruse a simple, immunology text?
It’s not an edgy view to suggest that, having survived infection by a simple, non-immunotoxic, epitope-stable virus, that robust, durable...
@berniespofforth ...immunity follows, is the general rule, not in any way the exception. It’s not conveyed mostly by antibodies, though such titres are sometimes raised, but through memory T-cells. This is why cellular immunologists knew exactly what studies to run on representative samples of...
@berniespofforth ...stored blood, as soon as then knew what was coming round the globe. Those techniques aren’t easy, technically, but they’re well established. We even ran analogous studies maybe 25y ago in a new drug program. First full papers were out on this topic mid-April, IIRC.
No one in..
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2 Nov
@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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