PCR Tests, Backdrop to Tyranny

Covid tyranny has enveloped the globe.  Everywhere you look unelected petty Tyrants are trampling rights to protect us from cold and flu season.  Someone should tell this petty Tyrant that I do not want or need her protection.


Unfortunately our elected officials are unable or unwilling to reign in these tyrants.  In Alberta when you look at the Kenney-Hinshaw relationship it is very clear who is the dominant and who is the submissive.  Jason is wearing the dog collar and Deena is holding the leash.

Thankfully the courts are finally starting to do their jobs and uphold the law.  In Portugal the courts ruled that the government could not imprison quarantine a person based on the PCR test.  The court ruled that a person’s liberty cannot be infringed based on something as unreliable as a PCR test.  You can see the article below.


We have discussed the PCR test before.  It was never meant to be used as a diagnostic tool.  It was developed to replicate DNA samples so that they could be studied.  What the PCR does is find a specific piece of DNA and builds a double.  Every time you repeat it the sample size doubles.  Finding corona virus in a swab sample is like finding a needle in a hay stack.  The PCR keeps doubling the needles until there enough to see in all the hay.  You can think of it like a microscope if you want to see something really small you have to magnify it.

The problem is that there is no standard for “magnification”.  Most countries use between 35 and 40.  Because each “magnification” is double the last one, there is a big difference between 35 and 40 times.  35 times is a magnification of 34 billion; 40 times is a magnification of 1 trillion.  Finally researchers got around to determining how accurate the test is at increasing repeats (magnification).  You can find the paper here.


What the researchers did was take the PCR swab sample and use it to try and culture (grow) the virus.  If you can’t “grow” the virus from the sample you have a false positive; you found only a piece of an inactive (dead) virus.  You might think the more you magnify it the more accurate the test is, but it is the opposite.  The plot below comes from the report.

The plot is very busy but you really only need to look at the line on the top.  That line shows the percent of the time a positive test actually identified a live virus.  You can see that the test is reasonably accurate up to about 25 repeats and then the accuracy falls drastically.  25 repeats is 33 million times amplification, 1000 times less amplification than 35 repeats.  At 35 repeats only 2.7% of positives are really positive.  So if it takes 35 repeats to have enough virus to “see” there is a 97.3% chance it is a false positive.

Even the duplicitous weasel St. Fauci admitted that doing so many repeats is meaningless.  See the video below.

Notice that St. Fauci only thinks it is a problem to go beyond 35 repeats.  Rigorous scientist that the is, St. Fauci thinks shutting down the world using 97.3% false positives is a scientifically sound thing to do.  God I hope Trump wins his court challenges so he can be around to fire this useless twat.

To summarize, the best available science says that the test loses accuracy quickly after 25 repeats and is meaningless with 35 or more repeats.  If it takes more than 25 repeats to find the virus you likely do not have the virus.  It is not hard to understand now why 90% of the people who test positive do not have symptoms, it is because they do not have the virus.  Doing more than 25 repeats is suspect and more than 35 repeats is garbage.  Remember when I said most governments use 35 to 40 repeats as a cut off?  Are you starting to figure out that we are being played?

14 replies
  1. Tim
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