After a rather strong conversation with someone over the weekend, I sit here with my coffee this morning looking through university websites for the textbooks the lecturers recommend whom teach virology. To date I have absolutely zero evidence to prove that the Covid-19 virus has ever been isolated in the laboritory.
I’ve very limited time to do this research, however I am sick of wasting time in conversations with people telling me how bad this Covid thing is when they have no evidence. When I ask for evidence they send me a link to a media presentation of some sort. Now if I sited a media reference on any of my papers at university for a specific scientific subject, I am sure I’d get a snide chuckle from the lecturer (whom is a phd at the forefront of their field) followed by a big fat F on the paper.
Scratching around on the Australian university websites this morning I see that UQ has a course in virology. It says “There is no compulsory textbook, however those students who would like a general reference text are recommended to purchase: Cann, A.J. (2015). Principles of Molecular Virology. 6th edition. Elsevier”
Other books recommended are:
Flint, S.J. (2015) Principles of Virology. Vols I and II. 4rd edition. ASM Press.
Knipe, D.M. and Howley PM. (2013). FieldsVirology. Vols 1 and 2. 6th edition. Lippincott-Williams & Wilkins Publishers: Philadelphia.
Hull, R. (2013) Matthews’ Plant Virology. 5th edition, Academic Press.
Flint, Racaniello, Rall, Hatziioannou, Skalka
Principles of Virology 5th Edition (multi-volume) 2020
Thus the next step is to sniff through these texts and find out how to isolate this virus if it exists.
If anyone can send me a valid university or lab paper successfully showing the isolation of covid-19 on a human specimen, please let me know and send me the evidence The evidence I will need to be able to replicate the isolate like any good man or woman of science would.
I have not been publishing my findings here to date because I did not want to waste my time trying to educate the people whom are not capable of seeing that the media is not the truth. Or waste my time in discussions with those whom are not capable of logic and basic problem solving. That includes the rationalisation of ones data set.
Of course my data sets could be wrong, but they are more legitimate than almost every one elses.
However I keep saying in conversation that the capable have a moral responsibility to protect the not capable and hence this post.
Thus hopefully I get the time soon to scour these text books for how to isolate a virus, test for one, then create a vaccine.