"Amandha Dawn Vollmer is a doctor of Naturopathic Medicine from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto and has a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Biotechnology. She found that the COVID-19 test does not actually test for COVID-19. The test itself is a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test that identifies DNA particles.
She found that the PCR testing protocol developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) to detect COVID-19 actually tests for chromosome 8, which is present in all humans. One of the 'primer' sequences (the start sequence) in the PCR test for SARS-CoV-2, which is used by the WHO, is found in any human DNA. In essence, we are the 'virus'.
The COVID-19 test is done using reagents to extract an RNA sample. An enzyme called reverse transcriptase converts RNA into a complementary DNA sequence. DNA (called 'primer') is reproduced (amplified) several times so that the sought DNA sequence can be detected. The more replication cycles, the more likely it is that the targeted sequence will be detected.
Sometimes chromosome 8 (aka 'COVID-19)' is detected, other times it is not detected by the PCR test. The reason why it is not always detected is that the PCR test sample ('primer') must be amplified. And if the 'primer' is not sufficiently amplified, the DNA sequence will not be identifiable. This is the scam. If amplified sufficiently, what has been identified as the' COVID-19 virus ' (aka chromosome 8) will always be detected. That limit point for amplification cycles determines a positive or negative result.
Now you know why the test gives 80% false-positive results for COVID-19 and why so many people tested positive are described as asymptomatic. They don’t have any COVID-19. They have what everyone has, chromosome 8.
ctccctttgttgtgttgt = DNA sequence for the PCR test of 'COVID-19'
ctccctttgttgtgttgt = chromosome 8, present in all humans
Anyone can be declared positive with this PCR test. It only needs to be replicated (amplified) the DNA in the 'primer' again and again, until a positive result is obtained. According to the Center for Evidence-Based Medicine, 'the higher the viral concentration, the fewer amplification cycles are required.' In order for a person to come out positive, it only matters how much DNA from chromosome 8 of the tested subject is found in the 'primer' sample, in the equation with the number of multiplication cycles.
Every time the DNA in the sample is amplified, it doubles its number of molecules. Doubling is exponential after each amplification cycle. But the number of cycles can vary from laboratory to laboratory. The probability that the test will come out positive increases depending on the number of cycles. Cycles for a COVID-19 test usually range from 20 to 30 cycles, but there are tests with 45 cycles, to which absolutely everyone comes out positive. The number of cycles is completely arbitrary.
If there is enough material, then the person will come out positive according to the number of amplifications as per the WHO protocol. The test protocol indicating how many times a 'primer' is amplified is set arbitrarily and can be reset arbitrarily, depending on the needs of the state. You know, it’s like organized crime!"
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