The creator of PCR technology, Kary Mullis, died before the corona crisis began, but has at the same time been noted for having personally emphasized that the technology is not intended or suitable for diagnosing disease states. Mullis also had time to express a very negative view of the American head of infection control Anthony Fauci who has been in the spotlight during the corona crisis – something that is clear from his comments in the 2007 documentary AIDS, Inc.
Kary Mullis (1944 – 2019) was an American biochemist who, together with Michael Smith in 1993, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry “for his efforts to develop methods in DNA-based chemistry” and more specifically for his invention of The PCR method (Polymerase Chain Reaction), which has become the standard method for testing and diagnosing the presence of covid-19.
The American chief of infection control Fauci is also highly politically profiled and participated as recently as last week in the World Economic Forum’s “The Davos Agenda” – a conference organized by the ultra-globalist Klaus Schwab to discuss “The Great Reset” – the big change.
Mullis, however, did not have high thoughts about Fauci, something he expressed in Gary Nulls documentary AIDS, Inc.
– People like Fauci get up and talk about things he has no idea about. He does not know anything about anything and I could say that to him personally. Nothing, rallies Mullus and adds that Fauci is absolutely unsuitable for his job.
– He thinks you can take a blood sample and stick it in an electron microscope and if there is a virus there, you will find out. He does not understand electron microscopy and he does not understand medicine. He should not be in the position he is.
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