19 Comments

What would you say if we were told that there are Extra Terrestrials living among us, once even one settles in a town there will soon be too many of them to count, and then they'll move on to the next town......But we cannot pick a bunch of people from any town, look through them, and find these creatures? That we have to take such a group of people, put them in a large hall with no windows or doors, place all sorts of things and living entities in the room, provide the people with minimal nutrition, spray the room with chemicals.... and then we'll see these invaders from outer space.

Expand full comment

Well-written and concise, as always! Great job pointing out the lack of quantitative as well as qualitative evidence for what is causing "infection". Without properly purified and isolated particles, there is nothing to carefully study and characterize to name as the cause of dis-ease. Thank you for the link to my work as well, it is always appreciated.

Expand full comment
author

Thank you Kristen! 😁

Expand full comment

The Western medical education system encourages midwit, egotistical stupidity.

Expand full comment

Politicians like to delegate authority to the vain and proud because those are easier to beat down in a dispute.

Expand full comment
Apr 14, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

Thank you Mike, very easy to read and understand. How much BS can one bear? It's an abomination isn't it. How embarrassing.

Expand full comment
author

You are very welcome Roxanne! 🙂

Expand full comment

Kevin McKernan and Mathew Crawford are having a fight on Twitter because of JJ Couey Infectious Clones theory.

https://twitter.com/LibertySuperman/status/1644416689679867911

This was started with an innocent question by Mr. Grant Smith, "infantryman and therapist."

The gist of it: McKernan is obviously angry at JJ because SARS-CoV-2 is real. Crawford supports JJ. I don't see anything of scientific interest, except for that McKernan is publishing these days his "deeply sequenced" genomes of whatever there is inside the vials of the toxic bombs:

https://anandamide.substack.com/p/sequencing-the-pfizer-monovalent

https://anandamide.substack.com/p/sequencing-of-bivalent-moderna-and

https://anandamide.substack.com/p/sequence-of-the-janssenj-and-j-ad26cov2s

https://anandamide.substack.com/p/dna-contamination-in-8-vials-of-pfizer

I think this "fight" is about trying to make noise to gain some attention.

Also, many people want to be close to Candidate Kennedy.

It's fun to see them fighting over viruses, knowing the huge confusion about viruses.

Expand full comment
Apr 7, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

Great article Mike. I was reading through the Twitter thread and am always so impressed by the amount of people who don't have the cognitive ability to form a logical argument, so they just use the 'Flat Earth' analogy logical fallacy. Regardless of my opinion of the shape of the earth, it is a weak character that uses this type of comment style. Come up with an original thought, for the love!

Expand full comment
author

Thank you Rocky! 😁

Expand full comment

Your zen moment of this day: a hindered cognitive ability is the proof that the education system works as intended.

Expand full comment
Apr 16, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

"Experts sometimes estimate"..... (3 words that say a lot about their certainty of "the science") "Experts"= appeal to authority Sometimes=vague, indefinite "Estimate"=To form an approximate opinion" Hmm, who wouldn't bet their life on experts?

Expand full comment
Apr 16, 2023Liked by Mike Stone

I just somehow deleted myself. Anyway, Thank you Mike for another excellent job of piecing together and exposing the absurdities (and desperate anti-social/ anti-scientific behavior) of the sinking-ship "MV Pseudoscience".

Expand full comment
author

You are welcome Mike! I love the ague language in their papers like "suggests," "appears to," "probably," etc. Their conclusions are so definitive, aren't they? 😉

Expand full comment

CYA language one expects from legal documents or abstruse sophistry.

Expand full comment

Thanks for being a shining light during these times of darkness!

Expand full comment
author

Thank you Marius for the very kind words! I truly appreciate it. 🙂

Expand full comment

Unlike every other detailed No Virus essay or statement I've read, this one is actually cogent and understandable and doesn't lapse into either word salad or question-begging. (I did get lost in the technical section on the Mainstream claims of quantifying infectivity, but I hope that wasn't crucial to the overall argument.)

Expand full comment