PCR notes. Temporary document. Expires: Yr 2422

SSI I DK bruger 38 cykler til at tjekke om en person er positiv eller negativ via PCR test. Dokumentation for SSI’s metode dokumenteret af SSI selv nedenstående.

PCR chance for positiv resultat stiger eksponentielt ved mere end 25 cykler.

I Portugal er der afsagt dom om at PCR testen ikke er reliable til at teste for covid:

It’s here the ruling cites a study conducted by “some of the leading European and world specialists in this material” published by the Oxford Academic at the end of September.

“At a cycle threshold (ct) of 25, about 70% of samples remain positive in cell culture (i.e. were infected): in a ct of 30, 20% of samples remained positive; in a ct of 35, 3% of samples remained positive and in a ct above 35, no sample remained positive (infectious) in the culture”.

“This means that if a person has a positive PCR test at a threshold of cycles of 35 or higher (as happens in most laboratories in the USA and Europe), the chances of a person being infected is less than 3%. The probability of a person receiving a false positive is 97% or higher”.”

Kilde: https://www.portugalresident.com/judges-in-portugal-highlight-more-than-debatable-reliability-of-covid-tests/


Fauci fortæller hvordan 38 cykler er totalt ubrugeligt og giver false positive ved at replikerer døde celler.

Link til video med Fauci:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/X0Z3Whf2SopB/?fbclid=IwAR2x1d2-HNFbKKviTB9P4JGuoezN0fQiQKTv2J1pGvgT7O481-E6OPVcMBA

Kilde: Public Health England “Understanding cycle threshold (Ct) in SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR (page 6 for important stuff)

Link: ARTICLE OPENS IN NEW WINDOW

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