The hilarious ego-laden pseudoscience of virology

I've not been keeping an eye on the news for nearly four months, the primary reason for which is because 95+% of it bad news and reading all that bad news every day can take a toll on ones demeanor and outlook.

One area of 'bad news' i haven't kept up with is the (non-existent) SARS-CoV-2 "virus" sewage still being pumped out by the lame-stream media, governments and stupid doctors and scientists who have an ego to protect. I've read enough books and listened to quite enough educated doctors and scientists in order to form a strong, scientifically sound opinion which dictates that no one has ever isolated SARS-CoV-2, nor any other alleged "virus", ever, using the scientific method.

To any reasonable adult, the word 'isolate' means to separate one thing from all other things, yet virologists literally do precisely the opposite when they claim to have "isolated" a "virus". They create conditions never found in nature which cannot support life then, when the cells die, as they are destined to do, they claim that the debris/exosomes emitted by the cells are "the virus". Never mind that exactly none of these indoctrinated fools have ever isolated anything according Koch's postulates, much less proven that these alleged "viruses" can be transmitted among anything, human or otherwise.

There's plenty of books and other resources readily available for those who want to learn about the sordid history of virology and germ theory. Two books i would recommend as primers on the subject are The Contagion Myth - Why Viruses (including "Coronavirus") Are Not the Cause of Disease and Virus Mania, 3rd edition: How the Medical Industry Continually Invents Epidemics, Making Billion-Dollar Profits At Our Expense. There's also plenty of testimony, interviews and talks by many doctors and scientists on alternative social media and video hosting platforms such as BitChute and Odysee. One of those doctors, Dr. Samantha Bailey, has produced many videos on the subject of "viruses", germ theory, terrain theory and other aspects of health and disease. She and her husband, Dr. Mark Bailey, are both extremely well educated on the subject of virology and germ theory verses terrain theory. Following is Dr. Sam's latest video. Many more can be found on her Odysee channel.


The "Settling The Virus Debate" Statement - Dr Sam Bailey

Perhaps the primary evidence that the pathogenic viral theory is problematic is that no published scientific paper has ever shown that particles fulfilling the definition of viruses have been directly isolated and purified from any tissues or bodily fluids of any sick human or animal. Using the commonly accepted definition of “isolation”, which is the separation of one thing from all other things, there is general agreement that this has never been done in the history of virology. Particles that have been successfully isolated through purification have not been shown to be replication-competent, infectious and disease-causing, hence they cannot be said to be viruses. Additionally, the proffered “evidence” of viruses through “genomes" and animal experiments derives from methodologies with insufficient controls.


Thomas Cowan, MD Mark Bailey, MD Samantha Bailey, MD, Jitendra Banjara, MSc Kelly Brogan, MD Kevin Corbett, PhD, Mufassil Dingankar, BHMS Michael Donio, MS Jordan Grant, MD, Andrew Kaufman, MD Valentina Kiseleva, MD Christine Massey, MSc, Paul McSheehy, PhD Prof. Timothy Noakes, MD Sachin Pethkar, BAMS, Saeed Qureshi, PhD Stefano Scoglio, PhD Mike Stone, BEXSc, Amandha Vollmer, NDoc Michael Yeadon, PhD