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Every Scary Thing You're Being Told, Depends On the Unreliable PCR Test | English Rose
Long thread about the PCR test in Twitter:
Kary Mullis criticising Fauci:
Dr Mike Yeadon: Cases, Admissions, Deaths, ALL Hang on the Unreliable PCR Test!
Prof. Carl Heneghan: PCR Test Positives Up to 78 Days After Having Had the Virus
Zoom conference with Fauci:
Dr Mike Yeadon Government are using a Covid-19 test with undeclared false positive rates
Ep91 Emeritus Professor of Immunology...Reveals Crucial Viral Immunity Reality
NEW DETAILS IN COVID TESTING SCANDAL
Review report Corman-Drosten et al. Eurosurveillance 2020
Pathologist Claire Craig on the PCR test
Kary Mullis 1993:
Interview with Prof. Stephen Bustin:
Carl Heneghan Giving Evidence to House of Commons Committee:
An essential problem that many PCR tests have is called the “cycle quantification” (Cq), also know as the “cycle threshold” (Ct), these two different terms are explained here: https://archive.is/R0QgM
The Cq/Ct value specifies how many cycles of DNA replication are required to detect a real signal from biological samples. As it says in the MIQE guidelines (https://bit.ly/2T5Wpm2) "Cq values higher than 40 are suspect because of the implied low efficiency and generally should not be reported"
MIQE stands for “Minimum Information for Publication of Quantitative Real-Time PCR Experiments”, a set of guidelines that describe the minimum information necessary for evaluating publications on Real-Time PCR, also called quantitative PCR, or qPCR.
The inventor of the PCR test himself, Kary Banks Mullis, agreed, when he stated:
"If you have to go more than 40 cycles to amplify a single-copy gene, there is something seriously wrong with your PCR.”
Source for the above quote: https://bit.ly/346XeRY
The MIQE guidelines have been developed under the guidance of Stephen A. Bustin, Professor of Molecular Medicine, a world-renowned expert on quantitative PCR and author of the book A-Z of Quantitative PCR which has been called “the bible of qPCR. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Bustin)
According to Bustin, a Cq in the 20s to 30s should be aimed at and there is concern regarding the reliability of the results for any Cq over 35.
If the Cq value gets too high, it becomes difficult to distinguish real signal from background, for example due to reactions of primers and fluorescent probes, and hence there is a higher probability of false positives.
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