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Nov 4, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

DNA might turn out to be a hoax too- but denying DNA is a big political mistake. Debunking the notion that PCR can't diagnose a viral infection can easily be done- by simply explaining how PCR allegedly works. (The key point is PCR allegedly replicates only a tiny fragment of a virus- so even if PCR can duplicate DNA/RNA, then it certainly can't diagnose an infection. It would be like assuming "big" and "mistake" are the same word because they both contain the letter "i".)

If you start denying DNA, then everyone will think you're crazy- like a Flat Earther. (I believe the earth is a globe but I'm not 100% certain about that- so no disrespect to FEs.) It's better to assume PCR works as advertised and to use that knowledge to debunk virology.

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adding Mr. & Mrs. Malone to your list

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Nov 4, 2023·edited Nov 4, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

Ouch. I first heard doubts about DNA in a Tom Cowan interview on The End of Covid https://theendofcovid.com/eoclms/the-new-cell-biology/ He said that organs don't even consist of cells. Cells are debris that organs bundle up and eject. So basically organ excrement.

In other news, I've always wondered how the heart is strong enough to pump blood through the entire body. A "Rising Tide Foundation" lecture by Gerald Pollack sheds some light on this: https://youtu.be/8qqyCA9vz_s?t=2913 It looks like the veins help transport blood with energy absorbed from infrared light. I was happy to feel that not all science is made up!

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Nov 5, 2023·edited Nov 5, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

So what you're saying is William Shatner has never piloted a starship at warp speed to other planet, never fought Klingons with a phaser, never held a tribble.... because none of those things exist? Like Mullis, and valid PCR test that identifies viruses?

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Nov 4, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

If there's no such thing as DNA molecules then it would stand to reason that there's no such thing as 2D graphene sheets. I can buy them on Amazon but they're definitely 3D as I can not only see them but also presumably handle the sheet. I mean if they were missing that 3rd dimension then there would be nothing to handle. Am I missing something?

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Nov 4, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

Possible interesting addendum.

His "PCR invention" may have been the fallback test after the Theranos test went down in flames according to Alex Krainer. https://thenakedhedgie.com/2021/10/03/theranos-scandal-the-real-story-2-3/

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Love it! The trouble with all this information is we tend to live past each other. Fuck! How I wish we could have a round table fucking up some gatekeepers. You, Omar, Rod, myself and a few other good lads!

Are you on Omars telegram group?

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Nov 22, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

Do any scientists of any weight have their picture taken in a lab??

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Nov 5, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

It was just the insult of targeting Trump for ridicule and a few lies that spoilt the Omar Jordan rant.

Pity too about the claim on HIV as Eleni Papadopulos of the Perth Group proved it was a lie and no mention of David Rasnick PhD who actually advised Mbeki. Kary Mullis was invited to Mbeki's advisory panel but did could not attend

Mbeki wasn't under the spell of denialists, he was under the spell of the ANC leadership who was under the spell of the Club of Rome. He relied on expertise but was scared that he would loose his pay check so he followed consensus. He believed what Dr Abdool-Karim advised, unknowingly that Karim was paid by BMGF.

Mullis was right when he said PCR was useless as a diagnostic tool and that it is simply a digital replication tool. Advanced Xerox as such.

Was Michael Smith also not involved with Mullis and PCR? I read this, He earned the prized recognition for his invention (alongside Michael Smith) of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method.

My two cents worth.

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Interesting! I was going to raise the Rosalind Franklin x-ray crystallography 'image 51', which was done below. Nevertheless, DNA (a complex large molecule) may apparently be extracted and may be seen by the naked eye as well. ie. https://www.sciencephoto.com/media/211691/view/extracted-dna

As we move from macro to micro scales, we move progressively in the direction of inference and indirect observation. Simply saying, 'no one has seen it, ipso facto, 'it doesn't', exist is moving from science toward philosophy, for example ~ https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/64794.Dancing_Wu_Li_Masters

The bollox of RT-PCR and RAT tests is indisputable, as is 'viruses', and all the other Klingons.

Perceiving The Matrix is becoming a full time preoccupation!! Little wonder then that so many stumble at the first fence.

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For my own analyses of how Kary Mullis helped to DERAIL our dear old "AIDS" dissident movement from my perspective as a long-time Perth Group supporter/associate and veteran of that old dissident movement, please see this link: https://longtimedissident.substack.com/p/the-mullis-mirage and this link: https://longtimedissident.substack.com/p/was-mullis-more-machiavellian-than

I also did a "space" on twitter/X where I spoke about Mullis which is still available at this link: https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1ynJOaMYOazKR (this "space" starts at 1:33).

My bio is here: https://longtimedissident.substack.com/about

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All the world's a stage and the entire population is being played by the fraudulent, highly paid, polished actors hired by the Jews and Venetian blood line families. We must escape from the Matrix to find sanity, peace and intellectual clarity.

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Coming round to KM being who he really is I'm reminded of the interview with Jere Van Dyk, alleged adventurer, kidnapped by the Taliban, on the YouTube channel, Soft White Underbelly. I follow this channel and it's obvious that many people interviewed are genuine but Jere is not, nor is the teacher, Kelly, alleged victim of the 2022 school shooting in St Louis, Missouri ("At 9:11 a.m., police received the first call regarding an active shooter threat at the school.")

Jere - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ScTKKk_Myo

Kelly - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7jtydw9OFg

I was quite intrigued by Jere's story so I started listening with great attention but when he mentioned Osama bin Laden my suspicions rose and then when he said he just happened to be in NYC on 9/11 and saw a woman with black hair in the windows of one of the towers I'm like, "Is nothing sacred? Must you infiltrate every-fricken-where?"

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Thanks for this exposure, PM. I like to think my radar is attuned to controlled opposition but obviously it's not entirely reliable. Suffering a bit of cognitive dissonance over Kary. I'll have to revisit his "making rockets in his backyard" story as a child. It does sound rather fanciful on reflection although I think a very basic rocket isn't that big a deal.

One thing that struck me as strange was that his wife defended those trying to say that KM was referring specifically to HIV when he said that the PCR cannot tell you if you're sick when clearly he was talking about it generally even if HIV was the general subject - OK so now it's a psyop within a psyop, however, regardless he wasn't specifically referring to HIV when he said it can't make you sick and I wondered why his wife defended people saying it was. That puzzle is now solved because presumably she's in on it too and is saying whatever she's told to say.

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For a movie star he sure was interested in starting up, and being a part of, many companies in the PCR field. When I went looking for his background a few years ago I found probably 20 or so such companies. And he and his wife visited the South Island at one stage as well to speak at a conference relevant to his field (and to take photos of themselves up on one of the glaciers we, still just, have here).

For sure politicians are actors. I'm still unconvinced that Kary Mullis was.

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It’s pretty ridiculous to assert that molecules of deoxyribonucleic acids don’t exist.

I appreciate SOME of the offerings of the Omar Jordan-types and even the offerings of flat earth proponents, but not ALL of their ideas.

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