"PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) swabs are key to impose restriction levels. Yet our research has determined that these PCR tests are inaccurate routine. And in particular, they tell people who have Covid-19 when they don't have it " —Dr. Tom Jefferson, epidemiologist

There are three main types of tests for covid-19:

  • PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test.
  • Antigen Test and Rapid Antigen Test (home use).
  • Antibody (serological) test.

Each test is fundamentally flawed, yet they are used to justify restrictions, mandates, and lockdowns.

PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test

The polymerase chain reaction is a molecular test that amplifies genetic material. It was introduced as a covid-19 test around March 2020. It had a false positive rate of 97%. Fruits, motor oil, and soda were positive using the PCR test. In July 2021 ( 16 months after it was introduced ), the CDC admitted that the PCR test couldn't differentiate between the flu and covid-19, and that the test had a high false-positive rate. It recommended that the test be withdrawn. However, mass withdrawal of the test only occurred in late 2022—about 21 months after it was used. Recall that the PCR test was used to justify mandates, lockdowns, and the pandemic itself based on exploding "case numbers".

Rapid Antigen Test

The Antigen Test for covid-19 was used in professional clinics, but was later modified for personal use, called the "rapid antigen test".

After the mass recall of the PCR test in late 2022, the rapid antigen test was the dominant diagnostic tool. Like the PCR test before it, the Rapid Antigen test had a high false-positive rate.

"The SARS-CoV-2 Rapid Antigen Test is a rapid chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of specific antigens of SARS-CoV-2 present in the human nasopharynx. This test is intended to detect specific antigens from the SARS-CoV-2 virus in individuals suspected of COVID-19. The test is intended for professional use only." —Roche
Rapid Antigen Home Test. People tested oranges, lemon water, tap water, soda, acidic liquids ( low pH ), and they were all positive using the rapid antigen test.

The rapid antigen test is as unreliable as the PCR test it replaced.

The Antibody covid-19 test

From the Mayo Clinic:

COVID-19 antibody testing, also known as serology testing, is a blood test that's done to find out if you've had a past infection with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). An antibody test can't determine whether you're currently infected with the COVID-19 virus.

Antibodies are proteins produced by your immune system in response to an infection. Your immune system—which involves a complex network of cells, organs and tissues—identifies foreign substances in your body and helps fight infections and diseases. After infection with the COVID-19 virus, it can take two to three weeks to develop enough antibodies to be detected in an antibody test, so it's important that you're not tested too soon.

Antibodies may be detected in your blood for several months or more after you recover from COVID-19. Although these antibodies probably provide some immunity to the COVID-19 virus, there's currently not enough evidence to know how long the antibodies last or to what extent past infection with the virus helps protect you from getting another infection. Though rare, there are some confirmed and suspected cases of reinfection. Studies on COVID-19 antibodies as well as other components of the immune system are ongoing to learn more about immunity.

Antibody tests may detect certain types of antibodies related to the COVID-19 virus:

  • Binding antibodies. These widely available antibody tests detect whether you've developed any antibodies in response to a COVID-19 infection. But they don't indicate how extensive or effective your immune response is.
  • Neutralizing antibodies. Not yet widely available, a newer and more sensitive test detects a subgroup of antibodies that may inactivate the virus. This test can be done after you test positive for binding antibodies. It's another step toward finding out how effective your antibodies are in blocking the virus to help protect you from another COVID-19 infection.

The problem with the Antibody test, and other tests, is that there are ( as of January 2022 ), several variants of the Sars-Cov-2 virus—the invisible virus that supposedly causes the covid-19 disease:

  • Delta
  • Omicron
  • Flurona
  • Deltacron

Even if someone tests positive, it does NOT mean they are sick. Moreover, these tests are notoriously unreliable due to their high false positives. Notice that regardless of the many mutations, strains, or variants, the covid-19 symptoms are always the same: cold and flu symptoms.

Since the PCR test was the original diagnostic tool used to justify the covid-19 pandemic itself, we'll discuss it in detail below.

The PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) test

"The PCR test is dreadfully flawed. It is unreliable and should not be used. A positive test does not correspond to a covid case. It has a 97% false positive rate." —Dr. Vincent Carroll, MB, MPH, DTM, DCH, 30 November 2020

I know people who've tested over five times because they believe that they could be sick and not know it. They believe they're an asymptomatic carrier. The body doesn't work that way. If you are sick or diseased, there are symptoms that manifest themselves as warning signs. That's how the body works.

Before covid, if someone thought they were sick but had no symptoms, they were considered mentally ill. The medical term is hypochondriac.

Hypochondriac: A delusion that one is suffering from some disease for which no physical basis is evident.

If someone believes they are sick and have no symptoms, then they've been brainwashed thoroughly by the mainstream media, which receives billions in advertising money from the medical industry. An "asymptomatic carrier" is a marketing term, just like the marketing term "vaccines are safe and effective" fabricated by the pharmaceutical industry and regurgitated by its surrogate the mainstream media. An asymptomatic person is code for "healthy person". Since healthy people are non-consumers of the drug companies, the asymptomatic marketing strategy is a way to make healthy people customers of the medical industry.

"PCR tests cannot distinguish between 'live' viruses and inactive (non-infectious) viral particles and therefore cannot be used as a diagnostic tool." —Dr. Joseph Mercola, D.O.
"PCR tests are unreliable due to the amplification threshold. Anything over 17 cycles is worthless. In the USA, we use 35 cycles. The WHO recommends 40 to 45 cycles—totally worthless. At that many amplifications you are just picking up the presence of any virus. The PCR test is useless." —Dr. David Samadi, MD

PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) is a molecular biology test that is extremely sensitive. In brief, when used in humans, the PCR test amplifies genetic sequences.

The PCR test was invented as a forensic crime tool

PCR (polymerase chain reaction) was invented in the early 1980s as a forensic crime tool. The main purpose was to find trace amounts of blood, tissue, saliva, or other bodily substances at crime scenes to amplify and create a DNA profile using the test. The PCR technology was invented by Dr. Kary Mullis ( December 28, 1944 - August 7, 2019 ), who won the 1993 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The keyword is amplify ( increase, intensify ). For example, the test can be used to find feces on money, ATM machines, cash registers, TV remote controls, table surfaces, and even restaurant equipment—although detected by PCR, they pose no health threat. The test takes trace amounts of material and amplifies it to find anything and everything. These trace amounts are so minuscule that an electron microscope is required to observe them.

For example, if the PCR test was applied differently to "protect public health", businesses can deny service or entry to anyone with feces or blood on them. However, the PCR test will find feces on nearly everyone's hands and blood on their skin. The PCR test is detecting trace amounts of feces and blood—amounts so small that an electron microscopy is needed to detect them. Is everyone a health risk because they have trace amounts of feces and blood on them at all times? No. The load is too small to have a meaningful effect on another person. The same applies to detecting viruses in a person's saliva, blood, or other bodily fluids. The amount of virus detected by the PCR test is minuscule and has no meaningful effect on another person, and the test doesn't indicate that you're sick.

Dr. Kary Mullis, 1993 Nobel Prize Laureate for Chemistry. Dr. Mullis stated that the PCR test should NOT be used as a diagnostic tool since it is “open to interpretation” and that “things can be inferred”.
“Quantitative PCR is an oxymoron. PCR is intended to identify substances qualitatively, but by its nature is unsuited for estimating numbers. Although there is a common misimpression that the viral-load tests actually the number of viruses in the blood, these tests cannot detect free, infectious viruses at all they can only detect proteins that are believed, in some cases, wrongly, to be unique to HIV. The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.” —Dr. Kary Mullis, inventor of PCR, Nobel Prize Laureate 1993 Chemistry

SUMMARY. The inventor of PCR stated that the test should NOT be used as a diagnostic tool for a virus, illness, or disease; since you can find anything with PCR if you increase the CT (cycle threshold) and look hard enough. Again, a virus is so small that an electron microscope is required to see it. Feces are dangerous to health, but trace amounts of feces are found on common surfaces and items, yet they pose no health risk since they are invisible to the eyes—so small, that an ELECTRON (not a magnifying microscope), but an electron microscope is required to observe it. The virus theory is similar. A virus is so small (about 1 / 10 000 the size of a hair) that an electron microscope is required to see it. Because of its size, a virus cannot be observed in transmission outside the human body and causing harm. Yet, despite the objection of Dr. Mullis, PCR is being used as a diagnostic tool for HIV (the virus that supposedly causes AIDS), Covid-19, and other diseases.

“Anyone can test positive for practically anything with a PCR test, if you run it long enough…with PCR, if you do it well, you can find almost anything in anybody. It doesn’t tell you that you’re sick…Anthony Fauci doesn’t know anything about anything, and I’ll say it to his face. He knows nothing. The man thinks you can take a blood sample and stick it in an electron microscope, and if it has a virus in there, you’ll know if you’re sick. He doesn’t understand microscopy, he doesn’t under medicine, and he shouldn’t be in a position that he’s in. Most people up there are administrative people and they don’t know anything about what’s going on at the bottom. Those guys have an agenda, which is not what we would like them to have, being that we pay them to take care of our health in some way. They have their own personal agenda, they make up their own rules as they go, they change them when they want to. Anthony Fauci doesn’t mind going in front of the people who pay his salary and lie directly into the camera.” —Dr. Kary Mullis, invetor of the PCR test

Again, with the PCR test, you'll test negative if the amplification cycle is set low, and positive if the amplification cycle is set high. When the amplification cycle is set high enough, the test will find anything and everything.

What do a papaya, quail, motor oil, kiwi, mink, goat, and coca-cola have in common? They've all tested positive for covid-19.

A PCR ( Polymerase Chain Reaction ) test will find anything and everything if the Ct (Threshold Cycle ) is set high.

On July 13, 2020, the US CDC noted that ( p.38, Sars-Cov-2 virus):

1) Detection of viral RNA may not indicate the presence of an infectious virus or that 2019 nCOV [novel coronavirus] is the causative agent for clinical symptoms.

2) The performance of this test has not been established for monitoring treatment of 2019 nCOV infection.

3) This test cannot rule out diseases caused by other bacterial or viral pathogens.

Furthermore, the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA), and the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP), Jan. 28, 2021, noted:

1) Ct values generated by qualitative PCR tests should not be considered quantitative measures of viral load.

2) Ct values generated by qualitative PCR assays do not reliably correspond to specific RNA, 3) At the current time, routine use of (PCR) Ct values to inform clinical decision making is not advised.

Prof. Michel Chossudovsky of Global Research, May 11, 2021, noted:

1) The WHO confirms that the Covid-19 PCR Test is/was Flawed.

2) Estimates of 'Positive Covid-19 Cases' are Meaningless.

3) Therefore, the Economically Disastrous 'Lockdown' Has No Scientific Basis.

Elon Musk, the richest person in the world, had misgivings about the PCR test.
"More fraud. They test the unvaccinated at 43-45 cycles, which gives 96.5% FALSE positives. But now they will test VACCINATED people at 28 cycles and poof! The vaccine magically works, because the false positives come down. Really? Born yesterday but very early in the a.m." —Rocco Galati, Canadian Constitutional lawyer
"I am a health care assistant. I got the covid-19 vaccine last Thursday and tested positive today. It has me knocked sideways already." —Tasha O'Hanlon
"Cases are meaningless. Cases don’t equal infections. Cases drive harmful lockdowns. Cases are a tool for irrational fear." —Dr. Kulvinder Kaur, MD
"The PCR test can detect disease many months after the initial episode, and in those instances the likelihood that those individuals are infectious is very, very low." —Dr. Vanessa Allen, Chief Microbiology and Laboratory Science, Public Health Ontario. December 2020
The Sars-Cov-2 virus that supposedly causes the covid-19 disease has NOT been isolated and purified in a diseased human. The covid-19 disease shares the same symptoms as the common cold and flu. The covid-19 disease is the cold and flu.

PCR test quotes

"PCR (polymerase chain reaction) tests are a scam. They don’t work as claimed. Yet, their widespread use provides a foundation for manipulating people to be vaxxed with experimental, hazardous to human health vaccines." —Dr. Mike Yeadon, immunologist, former VP of research, Pfizer

"The only test for a live virus is a viral culture. PCR and lateral flow do NOT distinguish live virus. No test of infection or infectiousness is currently available for routine use." —British Medical Journal; December 24, 2020

"There is a problem with the PCR tes—positive tests more likely indicate ordinary respiratory diseases like the common cold." —World Health Organization; December 20, 2020

"A positive PCR test with Ct (cycle threshold) value of 37 or higher (level set by most labs) means the test is a FALSE POSITIVE. No virus can be found or cultured. You are NOT sick. No quarantine. No shutdown. The CASE-DEMIC will be over. We should demand that ALL labs release their Ct values." —Dr. Sherri J. Tenpenny, DO, AOBNMM, ABIHM

"We believe there has been an overestimation of the public health risk from Sars-Cov-2 due to misrepresentation of data and inappropriate use of the PCR test." —Dr. Anna Forbes, MD, UK

"We should trash the PCR test...taking the covid-19 vaccine will lead you to your doom." —Dr. Sucharit Bhakdi, microbiologist, Editor-in-Chief of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, Germany

"Many doctors are now facing a challenging dilemma: Do I say what's right and ethical, or do I comply with the governing body that watches over me to keep my job?" —Dr. Michael Hart, MD

After billions made from PCR tests, CDC admits the test is ineffective

True to what the doctors and scientists ( the doctors and scientists NOT on TV ) have been saying, the CDC is admitting the PCR test is ineffective and requested that the FDA withdraw the test. However, it's been over 20 months and billions have already been made from tests that provide up to 97% false positives.

July 2021. After 16 months of test mandates and billions made by the testing companies, the CDC admits the PCR test is ineffective at differentiating between Sars-Cov-2 (covid) and influenza (flu) viruses.

CDC to Withdraw Emergency Use Authorization for RT PCR Test Because It Cannot Distinguish Between SARS-CoV-2 and the Flu

July 25, 2021. Brian Shilhavy, Health Impact News

The CDC quietly announced last week that it was withdrawing its request to the FDA for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the 2019-Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Real-Time RT-PCR Diagnostic Panel, the assay first introduced in February 2020 for detection of SARS-CoV-2.

Most of the public is probably unaware that similar to the current COVID-19 injections that are not yet approved by the FDA, but only given Emergency Use Authorization, so too the hundreds of diagnostic tests that supposedly detect COVID-19 are also NOT approved by the FDA, but only authorized via an EUA.

In preparation for this change, CDC recommends clinical laboratories and testing sites that have been using the CDC 2019-nCoV RT-PCR assay select and begin their transition to another FDA-authorized COVID-19 test. CDC encourages laboratories to consider adoption of a multiplexed method that can facilitate detection and differentiation of SARS-CoV-2 and influenza viruses.

This again demonstrates that FDA or CDC approval means little, or sometimes nothing. They are both captured agencies of the drug companies.

If specific microorganisms are responsible for disease, then there must be specific microorganisms responsible for health and success. It’s not that simple. Disease, health, success, and most things in life are the responsibility of the individual. It is overly simplistic and erroneous to blame invisible organisms for the choices we make.

Stanford postdoc graduate doesn't know basic of PCR test

Eric Francis Coppolino

This is from a job applicant. It is from the transcript of an email interview. He applied to be sub-editor of my covid publication. I asked him a simple question: what is the source of the PRC primers for the covid test?

His answer was that I am a retard, uneducated, a fool, and have a 2nd grade education. I merely asked, “What is the source of the primers?” That is the most important question in PCR research. It means, “Where did you get a sample of the thing you’re testing for, so you know you’re testing for the right thing?”

I know the answer to the question. Because SARS-CoV-2 has never been isolated, it has never been sequenced, they use a computer model. The primers are computer-made, theoretical sequences released by China with no chain of custody, patient outcome, or any other background.

In the words of the CDC, they are using “mimicked human specimens” because “no patient samples are available.”

So SARS-CoV-2 has allegedly killed 7 million people, but no samples are available? So therefore they use phony primers, and “test" for a “virus” that does not exist.

And Mr. Stanford postdoctoral MB (Molecular Biophysics), all he can say is I’m a fool and a retard.  PS, I am the editor of a covid publication; he is a job applicant. Why would I need to impress him?

It reveals the nature of the "experts." He's not the only one who won't go there. But he thought he was off-mic and if he assumed that I was stupid, would not understand the true nature of his response. This is the question to ask anyone, though they may say, "I don't know enough to understand this." Of course, you do. If you want to find a needle in a haystack, you have to know what a needle is.