Tested ‘Positive’ For COVID? Your Freedom Depends On Asking This Question

“Surg­ing cases”n as been the cause or claim of sweep­ing and dam­ag­ing lock­downs. How­ev­er, those pos­i­tive COVID test results cre­at­ing the so-called surge is based on pos­i­tive PCR test results. It’s impor­tant to know this crit­i­cal clar­i­fi­ca­tion on a pos­i­tive COVID test result, con­sid­er­ing that peo­ple’s free­dom and liveli­hood depends on it.

What exact­ly is a pos­i­tive PCR test result? What does it mean? As Dr. Tom­my Megremis sum­ma­rized recently:

If you are gen­er­al­ly aware, the PCR test is used to ampli­fy small amount of genet­ic mate­r­i­al so as to rec­og­nize pat­terns of DNA by “cycling.” (Also, for RNA virus, the RNA is con­vert­ed to DNA in order to be detect­ed, it’s just the way the test works) This is how we have been able to rec­og­nize the genomes in Egypt­ian mum­mies and Wooly Mam­moths. It works because if you ampli­fy and cycle enough times to “grow” legit­i­mate DNA frag­ments, you get some­thing with with a fair amount of speci­fici­ty. What is becom­ing more and more appar­ent is that the PCR test was not designed as a diag­nos­tic tool for infec­tion, and real­ly can­not func­tion as one with­out hav­ing a huge amount of false pos­i­tives, period.

When it comes to COVID, the pres­ence of viral par­ti­cles picked up by the PCR tech­nique does not and has not been quan­ti­ta­tive­ly linked to an active “symp­to­matic” infec­tion. It sim­ply can­not be so, because infec­tion thresh­old as a result of viral load is dif­fer­ent for each patient. It turns out, if you “cycle” over around 25 times, the false pos­i­tiv­i­ty of COVID infec­tion starts get­ting very high.

I and oth­ers have explained in blogs how peo­ple can be exposed to virus, and mount a sim­ple innate immune response and nev­er know any dif­fer­ent­ly. When you test these peo­ple with very low viral loads, who are not sick, you can find the viral RNA code that is used to “diag­nose” if you cycle enough times. The last I read, Lab­corp cycles at least 40 times to detect viral genome frag­ments. The PCR test was nev­er intend­ed for diag­no­sis of infec­tion but as a qual­i­ta­tive test for pres­ence of parts of a virus genome. I know there has been some con­fu­sion cir­cu­lat­ing the net about what the inven­tor Kary Mullis had said about that. But we walk dai­ly with peo­ple who have any num­ber of parts of killer virus or bac­te­r­i­al genomes which one could pick up with a PCR test if one had the spe­cif­ic test for it. Would we claim that that indi­vid­ual was an infect­ed patient? No!


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