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Social Distancing

There is no scientific study that shows social distancing has any impact on containing a virus from spreading. Yet health organizations such as the W.H.O. and C.D.C. continue to issue recommendations for the public to adhere to 'safe distancing'. Most governments worldwide have not only followed these recommendations but increased them for 'safe' measure.          
One would think that an organization (W.H.O.) that is devoted to infectious diseases and health would be consistent with their advice to the public with respect to social distancing and COVID-19.          
How can anyone have confidence in an organization that changes its policy on a monthly and sometimes weekly basis?          
On Feb 3, 2020 the W.H.O.'s recommendation was simply to "Avoid close contact with anyone who has fever and cough".          
On Feb 29, 2020 they changed it to "Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.          
On Apr 30, 2020 they then changed it to "Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and others.           
All the while, much of the world standardized 2 metres (6 feet) as a safe distance that should be maintained!          
The six foot rule came from England. Professor Robert Dingwall, a lead researcher told the press "Officials told us they did not think the British population would understand what one meter or three feet was, and we could not trust the British people to observe it, so we doubled it to be on the safe side. The two meter rule was conjured up out of nowhere and referred to it as a 'rule of thumb' rather than a scientifically proven measure."          
So basically the six foot social distancing rule was "conjured up out of nowhere" with no scientific basis whatsoever.          
Maria Van Kerkhove, the W.H.O.’s technical lead for Coronavirus response said this about transmitting the virus:          
"From the data we have, it still seems to be rare that an asymptomatic person actually transmits onward to a secondary individual," Van Kerkhove said on Monday. "We have a number of reports from countries who are doing very detailed contact tracing. They're following asymptomatic cases, they're following contacts and they're not finding secondary transmission onward. It is very rare -- and much of that is not published in the literature," she said. "We are constantly looking at this data and we're trying to get more information from countries to truly answer this question. It still appears to be rare that an asymptomatic individual actually transmits onward."

The most popular test for COVID-19 is a 'PCR' test. PCR stands for Polymerase Chain Reaction. Karry Mullis was the man who created the PCR process and he was awarded the Nobel Prize for it in 1993.          
Everything sounds good so far, right? There's just one small problem.          
Mr. Mullis made it very clear that his PCR process was not designed to be used as a virus test and must not be used for that purpose!          
One reason he emphasized this was because if it was used as a test, it would not give reliable results in detecting a virus.          
The process was designed as a manufacturing technique not as a diagnostic tool.          
Yet despite his warning, the medical establishment around the world has chosen to use his PCR process as a test to detect COVID-19 infections!          
There are several reasons why the PCR test should not be used to detect the Corona virus.          
- It detects and amplifies genetic code but offers no proof this code is from a virus.          
- It generates many false positive results.          
- The test can give a completely opposite result (positive or negative) depending upon
how you set the dial on the machine!          
For example, if you lower the number of machine cycles to 35, it can make everyone appear negative, while if you increase them to a certain number above 35, it can make everyone appear positive.          
In March, Spain ordered 640,000 COVID PCR tests made in China only to discover the kits had a detection rate of 30 percent.      
In April, the U.K. canceled an order for 4 million kits from China after researchers at Oxford University found them to be inaccurate.          


    How Reliable Are COVID-19 Tests?   June 10, 2020    

Would you trust a COVID-19 test that was not approved by the FDA?          
At the end of May there were 70 COVID-19 tests on the market in the U.S. alone. The overwhelming majority were PCR tests and were not FDA approved!           
Well if the COVID-19 test results are so inaccurate, and they are being used to determine the number of new COVID-19 cases each day, how can we trust the figures we see in the newspapers and hear about on TV?          
Here's what Dr. David Rasnick, bio-chemist, protease developer, and former founder of an EM lab called Viral Forensics had to say when asked what advice he has for people who want to be tested for COVID-19:          

"“Don’t do it, I say, when people ask me,” he replies. “No healthy person should be tested. It means nothing but it can destroy your life, make you absolutely miserable.”          

“Every time somebody takes a swab, a tissue sample of their DNA, it goes into a government database. It’s to track us. They’re not just looking for the virus."  

   Was the Covid-19 Test Meant to Detect a Virus?    Apr. 7, 2020  


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