The utility cyclist wrote:Phileas wrote:The utility cyclist wrote:99% of scientists are too afraid to reveal the truth
So they just make up experimental results?
Well that's exactly what they've done isn't it?
A test so flawed that we know full well it cannot isolate the virus strain, otherwise why would the government force the hand of doctors to write C.19 on a death certificate when there's no test whatsoever done, or a negative test but 'symptoms', put down C19 instead of or as well as pneumonia. A test we know gives a positive from dead organic matter (admitted by WHO) or just a single cell of a virus that may or may not be SARS-COV- 2 because of the amplification of such.
We know that they make up the numbers to show something that does not exist in terms of mortality rate ( Neil ferguson's 'modelling' proven time and again to be absolute pony!), also in terms of R number by manipulating what a test represents, test one person 4 times in a day with a faulty test at that and get 4 positives, this is then used to represent 4 people. Test more people again with a faulty test and you get more positive tests, Leicester shut down on the back of flawed methodology and confirmation bias ... yet again. How can you not see this, I'm sure the so called experts see it but are just so deep into the web of lies and deceit they cannot back track so continue to go with the herd/consensus.
The test is not designed to isolate any virus strains. It is designed to determine if the person has COVID-19. Separate testing must be done to isolate strains. Most test have some margin of error. The most common form of the COVID-19 test (nasal swab) is not especially accurate as such things go, For the COVID-19 test, they have opted for a quicker but less accurate test, which is one reason that naval ships, for example, require multiple negative test before someone can be considered recovered. And some people never produce a high enough viral count in their mucus to test positive, even when they can be diagnosed by symptoms. So, I think it is important to allow for medical judgement.
You are criticising the accuracy of the test on one hand, and criticising the lack of a test on the other. How do those add up?
I really struggle to see how this can all be down to the vast majority of the scientific community are just lying because of peer pressure.
But, if for a moment, we do assume just that, how should we model this virus and our behaviour? How should we plan for long term impacts, and ongoing support for those who have long term illness as a result of it?