Source: Stefan Lanka
PCR is programmed with specific “quantification cycles” and any scientist familiar with the
technique will tell you that with more than 20 cycles the results are prone to error. In fact from 30 cycles onwards the test is considered to be “dirty” and the results unusable because the
detection of sequences is severely distorted. And from 40 cycles onwards the test can be positive
without any of the programmed sequences being found in the sample to be analyzed. Well, the
Drosten test has 45 cycles and is programmed in such a way that a certain percentage of tests
are always positive. It can be programmed at will so that all passengers on a cruise ship are
When the genetic material is being amplified in the test, it is done via cycles, which makes the quantity double after every cycle. But the accuracy of this test drops with increasing cycles when compared to the ‘Gold Standard’ or the so-called ‘Virus Culture’. When the RT-PCR Test is run at 25 cycles it gives 30% false positives. At 30 cycles it gives 80% false positives, at 35 cycles it gives 97% false positives and at 40 cycles and above it gives 99.9% false positives. Across the world labs are mostly running the cycles between 35 to 45 cycles of magnification, which means that most of these results are at least 97%-99% false.
30 facts you NEED to know: Your Covid Cribsheet by Kit Knightly
PCR tests are run in cycles, the number of cycles you use to get your result is known as your “cycle threshold” or CT value. Kary Mullis said: “If you have to go more than 40 cycles[…]there is something seriously wrong with your PCR.”
The MIQE PCR guidelines agree, stating: “[CT] values higher than 40 are suspect because of the implied low efficiency and generally should not be reported,” Dr Fauci himself even admitted anything over 35 cycles is almost never culturable.
Dr Juliet Morrison, virologist at the University of California, Riverside, told the New York Times: Any test with a cycle threshold above 35 is too sensitive…I’m shocked that people would think that 40 [cycles] could represent a positive…A more reasonable cutoff would be 30 to 35″.
In the same article Dr Michael Mina, of the Harvard School of Public Health, said the limit should be 30, and the author goes on to point out that reducing the CT from 40 to 30 would have reduced “covid cases” in some states by as much as 90%.
Despite this, it is known almost all the labs in the US are running their tests at least 37 cycles and sometimes as high as 45. The NHS “standard operating procedure” for PCR tests rules set the limit at 40 cycles.
Based on what we know about the CT values, the majority of PCR test results are at best questionable.
https://main.nojabforme.info/ by Paul Adams
The CDC has played dumb about the high 37 to 40 cycle thresholds used for COVID PCR testing yielding 85-90% false positives. But, now, it readily accepts the lower threshold of 28 cycles for post-vaccine testing.