2nd Smartest Guy in the World Bans Proton Magic for Outing His Belief in Viruses
How to smoke-out a deception agent
Intelligent persons who have large followings like Karen Kingston, Steve Kirsch, RFK Jr., etc. are eventually seen to be under some kind of plan or directive in the content of what they write. They pepper their writings and interviews with, “virus this and virus that”, essentially scaring the population of deadly (but never found) viruses. Mentioning or challenging their ideas with the fact that no virus has ever been purified isolated and shown to actually exist seems to shut them down, they censure and/or ban others, and they run away from any honest discussion. The no-virus issue seems to be a specific topic that makes them respond quickly to shut down, drown out, or flatly ignore the discussion. They seem to be trained like attack dogs from the same kennel. This is a hint of some allegiance they have besides getting at the truth.
So today we have our newest kid on the chopper’s block, the “2nd Smartest Guy in the World”, a prolific and popular substack. Looking at the number and frequency of his complex posts, and maybe some of the comments that seem to over-resonate with each other, both myself and others have an inkling that Mr. 2nd is more than one person (this is a suspicion with a number of substacks that support mainstream narratives), but I digress…
Mr. 2nd had not replied to a few prior comments I made regarding his many posts that mention viruses and associated phenomena as actual germs, so this time I decided to challenge him a little stronger to smoke him out one way or the other. In a comment thread I started in this post Mr 2nd did not agree about my statement that neither ADE nor GOF were actual phenomena because no virus has ever been found:
He retorts to me in 7 minutes (with an obviously canned message he uses to shoo away virus deniers) on why he thinks viruses have been isolated but has no actual paper with methods to prove that.
I was then banned for noting that the data he uses in retort are not isolation or virus finding. Unfortunately, Mr. 2nd doesn’t much agree to look into any ideas that don’t fit with his idea of isolation as a mixed sample or supernatant, finding proteins he thinks are specific for “known” viruses (that have never actually been found), and finding genetic sequences that could be from many sources:
Here is the full comment I was banned for:
Maybe I shouldn’t bother with these folks, though they should be called-out (there are lots of them out there), and I do learn a lot from their challenges, but I did lose sleep writing this shit. I’m beginning to wonder if Substack was made to give these folks a platform, and to find out how many of us on the other side there are and who we are. Comments for me, against me, or against the world are welcome as always!
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