This post intends to go to the heart of virology and vaccination itself and what vaccination is propped up by – the entirety of virology and vaccine science is predicated on one thing—that viruses are infectious agents that cause disease.
Without this theory, vaccines would not be ‘effective’ or ‘work’ in the minds of the people.
Without the virus theory, vaccines would crumble like a house of cards.
This article will show the pseudoscience behind the theories that prop up virology and the vast problems with it.
Viruses Are Not Living Organisms
Firstly, viruses are not living organisms or living microbes.
They do not have a respiratory system, nor do they have a nucleus or digestive system.
Viruses are not alive and viruses are not contagious.
The fear behind Coronavirus, for instance, is wholly unwarranted.
Forget everything you think you know about viruses and bacteria. You have been lied to.
The science of virology is based upon the study of viruses. However, no real footage of viral activity exists (except for a recently released (2018) short footage of an HIV virus which shows merely 20% of the virus theory process). Such footage is merely 3D animation and models.
Scientific Encyclopedia states viruses have been obtained for experimentation by means of extremely powerful centrifuges which must be specially built.
Viruses are so small that they average around 0.1 microns in size for a typical virus.
Observation Of Viruses Is Inherently Flawed
Viruses are observed in cell cultures/petri-dish environments.
Cell cultures are grown in controlled conditions outside their natural environment, wherein cells are artificially kept alive by fluids that are toxic and do damage to cellular activity.
In such a sterile environment, cells cannot utilize the full range of their normal cleansing methods as they would in the human body.
Those processes are:
Phagocytosis (and all of its processes)
In the processes of phagocytosis, cellular debris and dead and dying tissue are absorbed and discarded for elimination out of the body.