Visualizing PCR Amplification

Visualizing PCR amplification

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Important Excerpt:

A previous post by Jennifer Cabrera and Alex Rodriguez, “Why mass PCR testing of the healthy and asymptomatic is currently counter-productive,” discussed some of the problems with PCR tests. The short version is that documented studies show that PCR tests are too sensitive to identify live virus (infectious people) when they use a cycle threshold over 34, and almost all labs in the United States use at least 37, if not 40 or 42, cycles. The New York Times reported that these tests can produce 40% to 90% false positive results. (If you don’t have a subscription you can read the summary from Apoorva Mandavilli’s Twitter account.)

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Hopefully this once again shows that the entire COVID-19 debacle is built upon a house of cards.  A test designed to pretty much show only positives.

This purposely flawed testing is the  premise behind all of the lockdowns, restrictions, mask mandates, school closures, and contact tracing.

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