The Great Debate: Is There a Virus?

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Is there a virus? Great minds do not think alike.

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• Introduction goes through 17 minutes
• Astrology starts at about 22 minutes (Aquarius internet and David Lynch. Here is David’s natal chart.)
• Is there a virus section starts at 1 hour 11 minutes (related page below)
• John Gilmore interview (also linked below) starts at 2 hours and 41 minutes

• For the full presentations by Jeremy Hammond and Dr. Andrew Kaufman, please visit that special page. For my interview with John Gilmore as a stand-alone, please visit that special page.

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Dear Friend and Listener:

Tonight’s program starts with astrology. This is the warmup act for an actual scientific debate. In my view, Aquarius describes the digital conditions we are living under today. I learn a lot about how people perceive the internet from monitoring customer service emails all day, and taking the occasional phone call.

Dr. Joe Mercola: There is a virus!

Observing digital challenges clues me into the utter confusion and disorientation people feel, even when doing something so simple as looking at a website. The confusion is not coming from the website; most is coming from psychic disorientation.

I’ll include a discussion about Chiron in Aries, which is my sense of how individual people respond to digital conditions.

The Fundamental Split in the Covid Truth Movement: Is There a Virus?

This will lead into a story I’ve been tracking and referencing for months: there is a split in the covid truth movement. The split is over whether there is actually a thing called SARS-CoV-2. You might think this is an absurd question; everyone knows cars have wheels.

We are so accustomed to having no scientific debate whatsoever that the notion of having one can seem ridiculous — or like blasphemously provoking the angry god of science.

Dr. Andy Kaufman: No there’s not.

Yet the only way to be absolutely, positively sure there is in fact a pathogenic virus (which also can be accurately tested for) is if you don’t look at the issues involved. There are big names on both sides of this issue; for example, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. of Children’s Health Defense, and Del Bigtree, host of The High Wire, both proceed under the assumption that there is a virus (while also presenting evidence to the contrary).

Earlier this week, renowned health guru and osteopathic physician Dr. Joseph Mercola (with Kennedy, also a member of the “disinformation dozen” for his opposition to vaccines) published an article called Yes, SARS-CoV-2 is a Real Virus.

Now, why would he need to say that? Would he publish an article called, “Yes, Central Park Really is in Manhattan”? Or one called, “Yes, Osteopaths are Really Doctors”? Or maybe, “Yes, Strawberries Really Are Delicious.” Who asked the question? Well, it’s been going around in murmurs and has now risen to a dull roar.

’To Say there is No Virus is Nonsense’

Early this week, Mercola called as witness political writer Jeremy Hammond, who specializes in Middle Eastern affairs (not science or scientific fraud). Hammond made a video saying essentially, “To say there is no virus is nonsense,” which Mercola shared (I share the captured audio).

Jeremy Hammond: Me Too! Yes there is!

Then on Wednesday, Dr. Andrew Kaufman, a household name in the covid truth movement, responded to Hammond and examined his arguments, analyzing the details of the scientific papers which claim there is a virus and that it has been sequenced. Kaufman, a medical doctor, has been digging into the matters of virus isolation and purification since early in the covid crisis.

Since 2020, I’ve corresponded with both Hammond and Kaufman, and have had a front-row seat at this prize fight of the century since it first emerged in the summer of 2020.

That was based on admission in a CDC/FDA document that neither agency had a patient sample of SARS-CoV-2, which more than 130 governments and institutions now admit. At the heart is the issue of the validity of the PCR test for SARS-CoV-2, which even the New York State Wadsworth Laboratory and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center have called into question.

During the pat 18 months, I have conducted many interviews with top doctors, researchers and scholars around the world ferreting out this matter, and I’m in a unique position to explain the controversy. You will actually get all sides of the story, even if you don’t think there is one.

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