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Exosome Theory
« on: February 26, 2021, 12:41:00 PM »
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  • I've watched many doctors explain this including the virologist who won the Supreme Court case in Germany debunking the existence of the measles virus.

    This short (7min) video recommended by Dr Carrie Madej does a good job comparing virus theory with exosome theory.

    https://tinyurl.com/2cbfwt5y

    What do you think?  Do you lean virus or exosome?


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    Re: Exosome Theory
    « Reply #1 on: February 26, 2021, 05:50:59 PM »
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  • the virologist who won the Supreme Court case in Germany debunking the existence of the measles virus.

    If you are referring to the David Bardens & Stefan Lanka case, what do you think happened in that case?

    The German court determined that Lanka's challenge was an "award", and the promoter of an "award" has a lot of discretion deciding whether his own criteria are met. (For example, one of the criteria was "a scientific paper" and Bardens submitted 6, not 1.)

    The court did not judge medicine or science.


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    Re: Exosome Theory
    « Reply #2 on: February 26, 2021, 06:23:31 PM »
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  • If you are referring to the David Bardens & Stefan Lanka case, what do you think happened in that case?

    The German court determined that Lanka's challenge was an "award", and the promoter of an "award" has a lot of discretion deciding whether his own criteria are met. (For example, one of the criteria was "a scientific paper" and Bardens submitted 6, not 1.)

    The court did not judge medicine or science.
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    I don't know the details and am sharing to find out more from everyone.
    It seems that story is being spun in two different directions.
    The larger debate is that many scientists and doctors are saying that corona and HIV and other viruses have not been isolated according to KOCH's postulates.
    Some even say that viruses don't exist at all.
    I'm not sure what I think and am just looking at the evidence from both sides.  
    Apparently the genome they map is a computer generated hypothesis created from a tiny snippet of genetic code.
    Also, the photos they come up with are computer contrived.
    A Chinese medical authority just admitted in a tv interview with an American journalist that CV19 was never isolated.
    FOIA requests in many countries for evidence of the isolated and purified virus have come back saying it's not available.
    So there is a chance the virus doesn't exist at all.
    One problem I see with this viruses don't exist theory is that measles used to be a common disease and no longer is.  

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    Re: Exosome Theory
    « Reply #3 on: February 26, 2021, 10:52:39 PM »
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  • The larger debate is that many scientists and doctors are saying that corona and HIV and other viruses have not been isolated according to KOCH's postulates.

    Koch's wrote the postulates in 1890 with bacteria in mind. They have historical interest but that's about it. A few discoveries have been made in the last 130 years. For example, the first virus (infecting tobacco) was identified in 1898. Unlike bacteria, a virus needs a host to replicate, so "isolating" a virus isn't the same.

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    Re: Exosome Theory
    « Reply #4 on: February 27, 2021, 03:39:17 AM »
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  • I believe viruses do exist, independent from the NWO politics that surround them since many years.
    This is an unedited image of a bluetongue virus, made visible using an electron microscope:

    The black bar is 50nm in length. Humans only can see down to 400nm of visible light, so viruses are invisible to us due to them being smaller than 400nm.


     

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