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EDIT - we know up to 43 CT is used.

PCR CT >25 = useless = Fraud = the foundation of the Plandemonium.

"they fooled the whole world with PCR testing"

Lukas Lion 1984

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EK0XjDunfI

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This one has puzzled me. I first learned from Dr. Mercola’s book (that was published 2.5 years ago!) about the useless results from the CT levels being used everywhere. It IS fraudulent! HOW has the medical establishment continuously gotten away with this? HOW? Thousands of people have been misdiagnosed with Covid based on these CT levels. Those people were then rushed into Covid wards, where they DID then catch the disease from others in the ward, and they ultimately died (remdesivir, intubation, ventilator). It was murder - and the wrong use of the PCR tests was the root problem. It was so easy to see, to prove, for anyone in the medical establishment to point out. Yes, the doctors who did point out this wrong were all vilified- but HOW did it continue? What a nightmare of an industry structural problem, that there were no checks-and-balances anywhere along the line!

It means that we truly cannot trust ANYTHING about the medical establishment anymore!

I became eligible for Medicare a few years ago. I didn’t sign up. I don’t want anything to do with allopathic medicine ever again.

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High level question: is this likely the basic reason that the paw paw fruit and the goat tested positive for Covid when the then president of Tanzania asked for those samples to be tested? Seems logical to me as a non expert, but curious. John Magafuli questioned the tests from the beginning. I questioned them from an educated laymen’s perspective from the beginning and concluded they were BS so long as the CT could be amped up to maximum. Thanks!

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Some, if not many (or all), PCR protocol Positivity Matrices of these tests allowed a + to pop even when the human control gene was negative.

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Lifelabs in Canada was routinely using 40-44 cycles.

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In the graph, where it refers to false discovery rate, what does 1.0 represent? If it is 0.9 false discovery rate at CT 36, does that mean that 90% of results would be false?

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90% of all POSITIVE results would be false.

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Thank you! That is what I needed to feel like I can interpret that graph, which says so much so quickly.

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In Minnesota, I was never able to find a lab doing CT less than 37. I called all over the place when my kid was not allowed in school without a test after he told a teacher he had had a runny nose for 1 day on the weekend, which was gone by the time he returned to school.

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The proper CT is 18 from a early published study. Of course, all centers used a much higher CT. Why?

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Do you have a Link?

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Unfortunately, no. It was in a early 2020 video on YouTube, may have been PhD Chris Martenson.

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"Tripled jabbed" fools & suckers help increase Sudden Adult Deaths [SAD] by almost 50% Big Pharma's SSRI's are involved in large percentage of suicides' & mass shootings. But no one can question Big Pharma, (USA's new god to worship & obey!) How else could a Godless industry became a/ the "Leading cause of Death" in the USA. Killing 760,000 annually [2080 each day] according to Dr. Gary Null's well documented book, Death by Medicine." Or you can try the Johns Hopkins [low-ball] iatrogenic study, claiming only 250,000 kills' a year! I.E. NOT to mention our beloved Big Pharmas have paid 5 Billion in Fraud fines.[ i.e. Frauds that cost many lives] NOT a smart place to get you mandates & health advisee from! (Unless you like Death?) God save us from Big Pharma's evil!

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Shared with my close friend, a 25+ year veteran GP and ER locum. FYI, in his clinical practice, he told me two weekends ago, he is seeing worse outcomes in those patients who recently took the “mouse” booster. In one case, two days post booster, the patient presented with a litany of heart-related symptoms, e.g., 180 bpm resting heart rate. In subsequent follow up, my doc friend said he suspects cardiomyopathy based upon persistently low BP following resolution of the other symptoms. This in a patient with a history of treated cardiomyopathy and clean bill of health for ten years.

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Taken from here:

https://stats.stackexchange.com/questions/336455/fpr-false-positive-rate-vs-fdr-false-discovery-rate

FPR (false positive rate) vs FDR (false discovery rate:

The FPR is telling you the proportion of all the people who do not have the disease who will be identified as having the disease.

The FDR is telling you the proportion of all the people identified as having the disease who do not have the disease.

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For serendipity: Celia Farber has just posted on Kary Mullis, or rather, his widow.

https://celiafarber.substack.com/p/kary-mullis-widow-told-british-tabloid

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