How can millions of people, all exhibiting signs of COVID have whole genome sequences that match the SARS-CoV-2 reference genome if viruses don’t exist?

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by Steve Kirsch, Steve Kirsch’s newsletter:

Do you know? They were sequenced from scratch. The machines computed the sequences solely based on the samples under test using random primers.

Here was the discussion.

Executive summary

It’s important to resolve the question whether viruses exist.

This article lays out a set of questions that need to be answered in order to fairly evaluate the claim that viruses don’t exist.

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I’ve invited Dr. Kaufman to write a document answering each of the questions. I will publish a link to that document here as soon as I get it.

In addition, if anyone submits credible answers to four or more of the issues posed here, I will also link to those documents. I created a special pinned comment in the comments. Simply post your link which answers four or more questions there.

Jointly designed experiment(s) to settle the question

We now have plenty of funding to do an experiment to settle the question. We just need qualified scientists who believe viruses don’t exist to jointly design the experiment(s. See this post:

If the virus doesn’t exist, why is it we can SEE the SARS-CoV-2 under electron microscopes with its telltale “spikes”?

From the New York Times in Oct 2020: The Coronavirus UnveiledThis article shows virions inside the cell as well as outside the cell.

All of the images in the Times article are fully explained by virology and are inexplicable if the virus doesn’t exist. We can see it and it has the telltale “spikes” just like they said it does.

Dr. Kaufman needs to explain all the images. And he needs to explain how cells can go from normal, then we see the virions inside the cell, and we can also see the “escape chute” the virions use to exit the cell, and we can see a sea of virions surrounding the cell after infection. EVERYTHING is consistent with virology.

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