What is PCR?
PCR is a DNA duplication technique. It’s awesome because you can generate a lot of the DNA you’re interested in e.g. for experiments in the lab.
To use it as a test it’s also awesome for some, because you can create the illusion of infection and because it’s so technical, most people will never find out! Excellent if you want to sell “medicine” nobody needs or impose lockdowns.
COVID-19 test kits contain a variety of statements that protect the manufacturer from accusations. Statements like “should not be used for diagnostics”, “doesn’t prove infection”, “doesn’t prove cause of disease”…
Below are two examples. For a more exhaustive list, go to professional journalist Jon Rappoport’s blog article.
Kary Mullis is the inventor of PCR for which he won a Nobel prize.
He was horrified to see the industry abusing his invention for HIV viral load testing and expressed his disapproval until the day he died of pneumonia in his house on August 7, 2019.
Quantitative PCR is an oxymoron.Kary Mullis, published in Continuum Vol 4 no 5.
PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its very nature is unsuited for estimating numbers.
Although there is a common misimpression that the viral load tests actually count the number of viruses in the blood, these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all.
COVID-19 never isolated
The COVID-19 test is supposed to track down genetic code from the virus. Consequentially, you need to have the genetic code of the virus. Scientists can obtain the genetic code after they isolated the virus and there lies the problem.
COVID-19 has never been fully isolated.
Chromosome 8 primer
To track down genetic code of the virus, the test uses small pieces of RNA that match the virus’ RNA. Those small pieces are called primers.
One of the primers doesn’t match any virus.
Instead, it matches chromosome 8, which is genetic material every human being has.
The targeted DNA is doubled on each cycle of the PCR process. High cycle count makes the test inaccurate because “noise is amplified”.
It’s not clear to me what the maximum amount of cycles should be for a COVID-19 test. I suppose it varies from test to test. I did however read articles of scientists complaining the cycle count was too high: 40 & 45 while 30 & 35 were appropriate.
Finally, there’s cause for concern if bad intentions are involved. It’s very easy to print out new packaging / instructions with a higher cycle count. Many more or even all tests would then yield positive.