Episode 57: Dr. Saeed Qureshi - Non-sense non-science
Dr. Qureshi is an internationally recognized scientist. For the past 40 years, including 30 years with Health Canada, he has been involved in the isolation, characterization, and testing of food and pharmaceutical substances.
Dr. Qureshi obtained his Ph.D. under the guidance of (late) Prof. M. Verzele (University of Ghent, Belgium), a world-renowned scientist in separation and isolation science using techniques such as counter-current distribution (CCD) technique and modern techniques of chromatography (gas and liquid) coupled with mass spectrometry.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic episode, he has been educating and guiding people about the unfortunate use of false, in fact, fraudulent science in virus isolation, testing, and vaccine development.
In this podcast, Dr. Qureshi gives a thought provoking presentation about the science, or lack thereof, in regards to virus isolation, v*ccin*e efficacy and the issues...
What Really Causes Influenza? Part 1
Written by Daniel Roytas (MHSc Human Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM
Part 1 of 2 of this blog presents an overview of the studies that tried to prove a virus as the cause of influenza. Part 2 will hypothesize a number of potential causes of influenza.
Influenza is said to be caused by one of four viruses, namely influenza A, B, C and D1, however many people might be surprised to hear that none of these viruses have ever been observed in the bodily fluids of a human being. More surprisingly, isolated and purified viral particles have never been exposed to a healthy host and been shown to cause disease2,3. This is not due to lack of trying, or due to limitations of laboratory techniques, in fact, dozens upon dozens of experiments have been undertaken over many decades to try and transmit the influenza virus from sick people to healthy people.
The Most Important Influenza Study?
At the height of the Spanish Influenza epidemic between...
Episode 37: Dr. Valentina Kiselev - Do Germs Cause Disease?
In this podcast, Dr. Valentina Kiselev joins me to discuss the germ theory, terrain theory, the issues surrounding virus isolation and her perspectives around the pandemic.
Dr. Valentina Kiselev(a)* is a graduate of St. Petersburg Pediatrics Medical University, independent expert on bioethics and biosecurity, health advocate.
For 15 years Valentina was an Executive Director of an Adult Day Health Center in Bellevue, WA, was a board member of multiple state and city community organizations, covering education, diversity and business development issues, served two terms on Bellevue Arts Commission, has extensive political and community background. In 2016 Valentina moved to St. Petersburg - her hometown in Russia, where she founded entrepreneur committee in collaboration with a political party, then engaged with the MSF - Doctors Without Boarders (Brussels Operational Center), where she started as a project...