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Andrew Kaufman is a medical doctor.

More specifically, Andrew Kaufman is a Medical Doctor, Psychiatrist, and Molecular Biologist who received his training and degrees from Duke University, MIT, and South Carolina Medical University. He says there are no such things as “viruses” and the “Coronavirus Global Pandemic” is a “manufactured event.”

The conversation around whether or not viruses exist, appears to conjure up all kinds of emotions, and is met with resistance. My guess is because virology is a deeply entrenched paradigm, and it is what we were taught as kids.

Vaccines are snake oil

A cult-like approach would be to dismiss dissenting views and, instead, to perpetuate a previously held belief. David Rasnick refers to this as the Tyranny Of Dogma.

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The science is never settled.

“Scientists are doing an awful lot of damage to the world in the name of helping it. I don’t mind attacking my own fraternity because I am ashamed of it.” – Kary Mullis, PCR inventor

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Andrew joined me for a conversation about

  • viruses and what they are;
  • causation and indirect evidence;
  • observation versus computer modelling;
  • the origins of SARS-CoV-2;
  • and the causes of illness, if not viruses.

For a brilliantly easy breakdown of the field of virology, I recommend visiting viroliegy.com.

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