THERE IS NO
Dr. Stefan Lanka
The concept of contagion and idea that pathogenic 'viruses' can pass from host to host is deeply rooted in the human psyche. But is it true?
This first section deals with the science dispelling this myth, revealing the true nature of what we call 'viruses' and the simple measures we can take to avoid illness.
In a recent paper titled 'The Misconception Called 'Virus' (essential reading), Dr. Stefan Lanka - a German biologist and virologist - clearly reveals how the entire field of virology has been refuted. This has been done simply through the inclusion of a negative control in so-called 'infectious' experiments.
Negative controls are essential within the scientific method. Without them we'd struggle to ascertain the validity of our studies or even understand the effectiveness of certain treatments/drugs. As a result, for medicine we have FDA negative control standards and terms like 'placebo' or 'double-blind' studies.
In virology, a negative control would allow us to confirm whether an alleged 'infectious' agent has actually caused a damaging reaction, or whether the reaction would occur regardless.
Bizarrely and rather embarrassingly, this negative control has never featured in such infectious experiments.
As Dr. Lanka shows, when a negative control is included in infectious experiments - meaning no alleged 'virus' is present - we still observe the identical, deathly reaction in sample tissue.
As he points out, this is simply because of the way scientists prepare it for the 'virus'. Virologists not only starve sample cells of their nutrients, but also bombard them with toxic antibiotics to rule out bacterial infection. It is this poisonous preparation that generates the same damaging results - with or without the allegedly infected blood or saliva. (Diagram 1)
The genetic fragments within these dying cells are then hypothetically combined to form
a very convincing, rather scary but totally imaginary CGI model of an end-to-end 'viral' genome.
This genome does not exist in reality. It is merely a fictional product thought to be terrorising our society through pseudoscience alone.
When virologists think they're looking at the ghastly effects of such hypothetical 'viral genomes', what they're actually looking at is the natural excretions of toxic cells.
These excretions are known in the scientific community as exosomes and are expelled in auto-immune response to any degree of any illness. And in this way, 'Viruses' are actually our friends not our foes, as we shall see.
But if this is true, how can the entire field of virology be mistaken? We touched on this in the intro, but for clarification let's suppose we were born into a world that teaches 2+2=5. And that from this foundational error we built an entire body of knowledge.
However intellectual, sharp or knowledgeable the academics may be, their conclusions will remain forever incorrect so long as they fail to question the false gospel of their discipline:
2 + 2 + 7 - 3 x 4 / √ 247 x 16 - 1 = ?
Unfortunately, however, through years of training and the accumulation of academic credentials, the ego rigidly self-identifies with errors. And today, many scientists, doctors and nurses would sooner kill you than accept the simple truth.
"It's easier to fool someone than it is to convince them they've been fooled."
For more detail on the history of this subject please read Dr. Lanka's paper - which you can find here. Alternatively - if you don't have time - I've included a key point summary of this paper below.
You can also watch Dr. Lanka's recent presentation (transcript here) which shows that although the infection theory began as an error, it later turned into a fraud. A madness, of sorts, developed through the industrialisation of a profound misconception. A calamitous error that now endangers the entire human race.
Summary of Dr. Stefan Lanka's paper:
• Despite what most people think, there is no pathogenic virus.
• The alleged discoverer of viruses, John Franklin Enders, failed to use negative controls in his experiments. (Diagram 1- above)
• Since then, scientists have incorrectly parroted his work as gospel for the proof of pathogenic 'viruses'.
In light of this work and to promote a global reformation in medicine, Dr. Lanka has been offering €100,000 to anyone who can prove that measles is caused by a 'virus'.
And despite a falsely advertised success story - which Lanka succinctly refutes in his paper - he'll never lose, because as he simply explains "there is no material contagion".
So what is really sickening people at this time? We'll come to this shortly, but first let's continue to explore the theme of contagion.