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Nov 3, 2023·edited Nov 4, 2023Pinned

Proton Magic & Co. is proud to present the winner of this photo competition:

MIA BREEZE!@!! BIG CONGRATS! And great thanks to your contribution: "Mullis never invented anything in any lab, that's the only secret." Mia's full reply is right below.

I've put the supporting info and references in the next post here:

https://protonmagic.substack.com/p/mullis-the-movie-star

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Mullis never invented anything in any lab, thats the only secret. That's why there is only one photo in that collage of him in a lab and it's a fake "lab" set up for the photo shoot. Mullis was an imposter who pushed viruses and other narratives for his handlers.

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He was celebrated by the establishment, and had an appealing, relaxed, down to earth, guy-next-door quality.

I've sometimes pondered parallels between Kary and the Joker in Batman. He had such a distinctive mouth/lips/smile, which is what first got me thinking about it. Themes: the "mastermind", bats, threat to humanity (imaginary viruses, the Joker's schemes), green (fluorescence in PCR, the Joker's hair), falsehoods.

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Mullis was certainly wrong about viruses. Did he know he was speaking untruth? I'm holding out for him being a key figure on the health freedom side, what with all he said about the PCR test being not for diagnosis and able to detect anything you're looking for. Perhaps he was part of the psy-op, a counterpoint to Fauci, sheep-dogging people to focus on the PCR and not on the reality of viruses. I didn't feel that push, but maybe others did. If he hadn't died rather conveniently just before the whole plandemic thing got started, he might have seen the light re: viruses (if he were not actually playing that sheep-dog role). Many of the voices most authentically speaking about that were not at all, or not wholly, no-virus in March 2020, and have evolved greatly in their thinking since then, Sam Bailey being one example that comes to mind. Perhaps Mullis would have been joining that chorus were he still around.

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It's always a dialectic but it IS possible to disrupt their created Synthesis by dogged attention to what is Good, True and Beautiful.

Here's what I mean:

TPTB Thesis = Fauci

TPTB Antithesis = Mullis

TPTB Synthesis = their intent is to flush truthers (for want of a better term) into the controlled Antithesis. Then months or years down the line they detonate the controlled (though allegedly dead) Antithesis "hero". Result - a crisis of confidence among truthers, many lose hope and may fall back into the arms of "transmissible pathogens" and are again vulnerable to the next iteration of contagion psyop.

Our (not so) secret weapon is that we are in the Proton Magic typological camp, therefore agile in our skepticism, flexible and fearless in our pursuit of Truth, alert to deep cover fake heroes and taking personal responsibility to craft and evolve our own Truth-Synthesis.

Short-hand - we learn to take what is good (in this case PCR cycles) and leave the rest. And never commit to a hero, not even Proton Magic 😉.

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

Speaking about controlled opposition..

"2nd smartest in the world" just banned me for 100 years for stating there is no such thing as pathogenic, transmissible, replication-competent organism called 'virus'.

I wear this as a badge of honour :)

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Feb 4Liked by Proton Magic

My own feeling about mullis was that he was a kookie but innovative scientist both to his credit, but that he was used by fauci and big pharma and they gave him the Nobel prize for this very reason, so that PCR could eventually be exploited. By him saying that anything could be found in anyone is another outmoded way of saying that anything you find with PCR is ultimately irrelevant when trying to determine the cause of an illness.

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Feb 4Liked by Proton Magic

1. I read your comments to Greg Reese in the article. Actually I thought you were being relatively respectful ,and he was the one triggered. I will use my own subtle techniques to prod Reese to look at the non existence of viruses.

2. I had an old friend from university visit me in England a few days ago. He is a professor in organic chemistry at Vanderbilt and was doing a talk at the imperial college of London of all places. I mentioned claims of kary mullis that hiv didn’t cause aids and he got a little hot around the collar. Also told him that growing something in a cell culture, and publishing an in-silico genome was by definition the opposite of ‘purification’. He didn’t know what to say and we left it at that. Anyway I’m going to visit him in June and he said we can put something through the 5 million dollar electron microscope he has access to at Vanderbilt. I’m asking around: What would you look at?

3. Do you have any info on DNA sampling(non virus related). I thought you’d mentioned it at some point but I went back to look and I couldn’t find anything I. Your feed.

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Nov 23, 2023Liked by Proton Magic

I agree that viruses are a hoax (used mostly to protect industry, doctors and pharmaceutical companies from lawsuits). I agree that during the Covid scam PCR was misused in ways we have not yet begun to unravel. As I wrote in 2020, "The PCR test is the virus." Others have gone to far extremes claiming that the PCR process itself is a hoax and that there is no DNA that can be compared. I might be lured down that path except that in my life I have seen two arm's length examples of its efficacy when used for its true purpose, to compare real samples of DNA to see if they are alike or different. In 1987 a man broke into our home and raped my 8-year old daughter as the rest of us slept. It was a horrible crime that needed resolution, and police came up with no solid leads. Doing what they do best, confirmation bias, they settled on a troubled young man, Jim Bromgard, as the culprit, and nailed him by giving him a drunken lawyer and corrupt evidence to convict him. He spent 14 years in prison until DNA evidence using PCR technology set him free and landed him a $3.5 million malicious prosecution settlement. The crime went unsolved until a man living in a trailer in White Sulphur Springs Montana plea bargained on meth charges, agreeing to submit to DNA testing, not for any particular crime, but just general practice at that time, maybe 2014 or so. Bingo. PCR said James Tipton was the guy. Sure enough he lived but two blocks from us in 1987, and possibly frequented a bar that my then-wife did, possibly crossing paths. She had a nasty habit of announcing to strangers that she was the mother of five young children, something of note to a pedophile. They attempted to prosecute him, but the US Supreme Court ruled that the statute had run its course and he was set free. Maybe he still lives in that same trailer today, and if there is any justice alone and shunned, his only punishment.

None of this evidence was manufactured or a hoax. I am first hand witness to it all. PCR is useful when used correctly.

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I'm on the edge of my seat waiting for all the lab secrets that were born out of the Kary Mullis lab. 😬

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Wait - what are we doing? I like Kary, anyone who doesn't like Fraudci is a friend of mine..

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& some are probably beneficial like gut bacteria…

having the mumps viral illness is associated with a decreased risk for ovarian cancer:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2951028/

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What is a 'virus' - do you mean 'virus' or said 'pathogenic virus' that can be shown to cause said disease - reliably across population - we should think more deeply about what is being said - what is 'known' or not before saying something or something was wrong or not factual.

What about exosomes? What about the messaging that our cells do between each other and beyond? Outright dismissal is a disservice as much as outright acceptance. Language is dangerous and must be used precisely.

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I had read the original PCR and debunk stuff. Yes, maybe a stooge, alcoholic, whatever. Is PCR a glorified Zoom function on a photocopier? Hmm, maybe? Regardless it is a contentious subject. Germ v Terrain rages. More division and destruction. THEY are killing us. We know why, and that their psyops are working.

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Not sure what He was doing in the lab. But I am disappointed that He thought viruses are real...

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There is no such thing as pathogenic, transmissible replication-competent organism called 'virus'.

I think Larry Mullis realised it later in his life, at least in regards to the AIDS 'virus'..

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