The People's Chemist

What’s the Best Test for CORONAVIRUS?

In college, my superpower was taking tests.

My “kryptonite” (the thing that almost ruined me) was going to class, and dealing with other students and teachers.

Strange mix – not fun when you have more going against you than for you…

I decided to study alone and only show up to class on test days.

That worked most of the time… until my first analytical chemistry test.

I sat down and pulled out my favorite, perfectly sharpened, #2 pencil. It was whittled down to my preferred, five and a half inches.

The professor announced, “Today’s test is timed. You only have 40 minutes.”

I hate surprises.

I had planned on 60 full minutes. (That’s 40 minutes to take the test… and 20 to check everything to decimal-point precision.) After all, this was ANALYTICAL [email protected]#CKING CHEMISTRY.

I sat there for 30 seconds, stunned.

I knew there was no way for me to take the test the way I wanted to.

I got up and made a slow walk to the professor, eyes locked with his.

(I passed all the wanna-be, future debt-slaves who were at their desks, churning the tiny gears in their head. None of them challenged the 40-minute rule. Nor questioned it.)

“Here’s my test,” I told the teacher. “I’m on an athletic scholarship for a full 60-minute class, not a 40-minute one. I won’t be finishing.”

He looked at me, aghast. He assured me, “There are only three tests for the semester Mr. Ellison. One zero guarantees you won’t get an A…and I know you’re an A student in chemistry.”

“I am. But I’d rather be learning than chasing grades from a chemistry teacher who likes to throw in surprises just for kicks…”

And out I went…straight to the gym.

I aced all future tests and scored 66.66% for the semester.

Manipulation is what tests are all about. Rarely are they there to help you.

The same is true in medicine and “testing.”

For example… a “cholesterol test” is there to scare you about your “rising” cholesterol. But that’s what cholesterol is supposed to do — rise. As you age, the higher your cholesterol is, the longer you live. The lower it is, the shorter you live. Studies have shown this.

Then there’s the vitamin D test. It’s designed for every human on the planet to fail it. Why? Because the “correct” results are artificially high, designed to hook you on lab-derived vitamin D.

Then there’s the thyroid test. If you have a thyroid, that must mean you should be placed on meds.

On and on. It’s all the same BS.

And now we have the coronavirus test.

Rest assured, it’s built on more manipulation.

You can’t test for coronavirus.

Here are three reasons why:

1. A beer bottle could test positive for Coronavirus

Carrying a virus doesn’t make us sick. In fact, we live in a sea of viruses. They’re just a part of life. Your DNA is filled with them, in fact!

A beer bottle could test positive for Coronavirus

If there were an accurate test to measure whether or not we were a carrier, it would mean nothing…much like if a beer can be tested positive for coronavirus. You could drink that beer, break the bottle over the head of a mask-wearing loudmouth… and neither of you would be infected.

“Based on the number of viruses she found in her samples, Proctor estimated that every liter of seawater contained up to one hundred billion viruses.” ― Carl Zimmer, A Planet of Viruses

Even the cleanest surface in your house could test positive for coronavirus. It doesn’t mean sh#t. It means you live in a sea of LIFE!

2. An antibody test is only good for measuring whether you’re dead or alive.

An anti-body is proof that you have an immune system. These are the soldiers that protect your battlefield, partly.

An antibody test is only good for measuring whether you're dead or alive.

If you’re dead, you will have zero antibodies… showing that your immune system is “out of service.” If you’re alive, you will have tons of them.

Using an antibody test to diagnose coronavirus is like smacking your knee to see if you’re alive. It’s only good for measuring if you’re not comatose… in which case, a reflex test is much easier. Just slap someone.

Having antibodies doesn’t mean you’re sick or immune. It just means…you have antibodies. They could be for the common cold, the flu, or for nothing at all.

The antibodies IgG and IgM are being labeled as “specific for coronavirus.” But they are not specific for coronavirus…LOL. They are specific to humans. The World Health Organization stressed this saying, “There are five major types of antibodies – IgA, IgG, IgM, IgD and IgE. IgG antibodies are the smallest antibody and are found in all body fluids. They are the most abundant immunoglobulin, comprising about 75-80% of all the antibodies in the body.”

Isn’t it clear that apes are running the tests?

3. A PCR-Test is a toy for nerds and detectives, not for doctors diagnosing coronavirus…or any virus.

The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test was invented by Dr. Kary Mullis. A hero to the scientific method, he won the Nobel Prize for his work. He invented the test to characterize DNA. Think: crime scenes. At 6 feet in length, the PCR amplifies the DNA strand so it can be better identified, then traced back to its source.

3. A PCR-Test is a toy for nerds and detectives, not for doctors diagnosing coronavirus…or any virus.

A virus isn’t 6 feet long. It’s a mere strand. Worse, coronavirus isn’t even DNA. It’s RNA (retrovirus)…if it exists at all.

That means before you could even perform a PCR test… you’d have to first make a perfect copy of something that is 1000th the size of a grain of salt.

That would be like trying to find a pubic hair in The Sea of Cortez, then finding who it belonged to. That’s how ridiculous a PCR test is.

Recognizing this, Dr. Mullis said, “The tests can detect genetic sequences of viruses, but not viruses themselves.”

Like most “tests,” the coronavirus one is a fraud. It’s a tool for control and profit. That’s it.

It’s the stupid “surprise” test that no one needed.

It’s not what you’re looking for. And it won’t help you.

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About the Author

My name is Shane “The People’s Chemist” Ellison. I hold a master’s degree in organic chemistry and am the author of Over-The-Counter Natural Cures Expanded Edition (SourceBooks). I’ve been quoted by USA Today, Shape, Woman’s World, US News and World Report, as well as Women’s Health and appeared on Fox and NBC as a medicine and health expert. Start protecting yourself and loved ones with my FREE report, 3 Worst Meds.

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