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The Humanley Podcast Episode 46

 

Episode 46: Special Edition - Professor's Round Table - The False Pandemic

In this special round table episode, Professor Igor Khmelinskii, Professor Leslie Woodcock and Professor Peter Stallinga from the University of Algarve (Portugal), join me to discuss their most recent paper titled "Role of exosomes in false-positive covid-19 PCR tests". They argue that because the Sars-CoV-2 virus has never been isolated, the PCR tests are inaccurate as they may detect our own genetic material (exosomes), giving rise to a false-positive testing pandemic. The paper was rejected for publication by the Lancet and has been downloaded more than one hundred thousand times from ResearchGate in a week (the average number of downloads for most scientific papers is about ten per week).

Read the authors paper titled "Role of exosomes in false-positive covid-19 PCR tests" published ResearchGate in November 2021 here

Read another paper by the same authors titled "Science in the times of Covid, an...

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The Humanley Podcast Episode 42

 
Episode 42: Dr. Samantha Bailey - Questioning Virology

Dr Sam Bailey is a medical doctor from New Zealand, who over the last 2 years, has been speaking out publicly on major issues plaguing science and medicine. One of the major issues that she has voiced her concerns over, is the lack of scientific evidence proving that germs cause disease. She began making videos on YouTube and quickly gained a large following after expressing her view on the pandemic, vaccines, the inconsistencies in the field of virology and other controversial health issues. Dr. Bailey has also co-authored a book called "Virus Mania", which explores in great detail, the fact that no virus has ever been isolated and shown to cause disease and how the medical industry invents pandemics to make billion dollar profits at our expense.

In this podcast, Dr. Bailey joins me to discuss all of these topics and more. She has been instrumental in my journey of understanding the fact that germs don't cause disease. It was...

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