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Covid history: The astonishing events of November 2020. New Horizons leader Alan Stern. Men's advocate Janice Fiamengo.

Covid history: The astonishing events of November 2020. New Horizons leader Alan Stern. Men's advocate Janice Fiamengo.

This will be the last "ambitious" edition of the year. And it definitely qualifies.

Good evening and welcome to the last ambitious PWFM of the season.

Programs will continue in a slimmed down and more personal form; this is while I work on Somewhere In Between, the Planet Waves 2024 readings.

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The Astonishing Events of Late 2020

Three years ago this week, the “covid” issue was settled. There were three irrevocable developments that sunk the claim of a pandemic on scientific grounds, two of them from the most prestigious institutions in the world. (See my article here.)

First, a team of 22 scientists issued a peer review (and retraction demand) of the paper by Corman and Drosten, published in Eurosurveillence, claiming there was a test for SARS-CoV-2 infection. This test became the WHO assay used to convince the world that there was really a pandemic,

The authors wrote:

External peer review of the RT-PCR test to detect SARS-CoV-2 reveals 10 major scientific flaws at the molecular and methodological level: consequences for false positive results, which we herewith submit for publication in Eurosurveillance.

Further, the submission date and acceptance date of this paper are January 21st and January 22nd, respectively. Considering the severe errors in design and methodology of the RT-PCR test published by Eurosurveillance, this raises the concern whether the paper was subjected to peer-review at all.

Second, a review of CDC data published by Johns Hopkins University determined that there were no excess deaths in any age category in 2020.

Third, a paper published by the journal Nature, subjected to a six-month peer review, determined that there was no asymptomatic spread of the claimed SARS-CoV-2 virus.

(See my article from Nov. 2020 here.)

There are also two interviews — one with Alan Stern, leader of the New Horizons mission to Pluto, and another with men’s advocate Janice Fiamengo. Stern is here on YouTube; click through for Fiamengo.

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