Confirmed: Ireland 80%+ false positives for Covid-19

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by Cathal Spelman | Oct 23, 2020 | Covid-19Vaccines |

  • 80% of the reported cases are actually asymptomatic, and non infective, and are not cases of Covid-19 at all.
  • This means that the entire hysteria over cases in Ireland is without basis.
  • As a result, we are closing down the country again, for no good reason.

Here is How Oversensitive Tests result in 80% false positives:

As I have mentioned previously, the PCR test for Covid 19 currently used in Ireland and around the world is a magnification test. The sample is magnified in cycles, so that ever smaller amounts of the target genetic material can be detected.

The total number of magnification cycles used is called the Cycle Threshold. This is very important, as the more cycles performed, the smaller the amount of genetic material necessary return a “positive” result.

A great many virologists have come out to state that testing with anything more than 30 cycles renders the results meaningless, as more and more positives are included that simply do not have the disease.

At 40 cycles they estimate that 80% or more false positives are returned.

They compare these results to claiming that someone is in a room because you found a fragment of hair in the room with a microscope.

A recent New York Times article highlighted just how many false positives are returned at high Cycle Thresholds:

In three sets of testing data that include cycle thresholds, compiled by officials in Massachusetts, New York and Nevada, up to 90 percent of people testing positive carried barely any virus, a review by The Times found.

This finding was confirmed by many virologists:

Any test with a cycle threshold above 35 is too sensitive, agreed Juliet Morrison, a virologist at the University of California, Riverside. “I’m shocked that people would think that 40 could represent a positive,” she said.

And this is confirmed by the US CDC (Centre for Disease Control).

The C.D.C.’s own calculations suggest that it is extremely difficult to detect any live virus in a sample above a threshold of 33 cycles.

Here is exactly how over sensitive the Irish testing regime is:

Given the lack of public discourse on this issue, I took it upon myself to find out how many Magnification cycles are being run on Irish Covid 19 tests.

My initial results I already reported earlier, when a branch of the HSE (Health Service Executive for Ireland) reported that the tests were typically run at 35 or more cycles of magnification.

This was already bad enough, as the virologists in the field can agree with no more than 30 cycles, ideally less.

However, I followed this up with an enquiry through one of my TD s. The response from the HSE shows the situation is even worse than previously revealed.

They now admit that the Covid test in Ireland is typically run at 40-45 cycles.

The number of PCR cycles used in Ireland is decided by the manufacturer of the assay, so there is no single answer. The HSE uses a wide range of assays. As a general rule, most assays run for 40-45 cycles.

This means that such small fragments of genetic material are being detected as to render 80% false positives, or even more.

As a result, the high and increasing numbers of “cases” of Covid 19 are in fact a function of testing. Ie, the more testing, the more cases will be found, but 80% or more are not cases of Covid 19 at all, but are false positives.

In fact, in their letter, the HSE admit that a “positive” does not indicate that a person is sick or infectious at all:

Higher Cycle threshold values typically indicate a lower amount of virus in the sample. However, the CT value alone does not indicate whether the virus load is increasing or decreasing, it does not indicate whether the individual is infectious or not, and it does not provide an indication of the specimen quality (i.e. how closely the specimen mirrors what is actually happening in the patient’s respiratory tract).

This is further damning evidence that we are being subjected to a carefully curated mass-hysteria, promulgated by fear mongering from pharmaceutical mega corporations and their allies in the media.

The end goal is clearly to traumatise the population so that they will easier accept dangerous and unnecessary vaccinations.


The full text of the information from the HSE letter is provided below:

SARS-CoV-2 PCR assays in Ireland are operated in accordance with the manufacturers’ instructions, and the CE marking for the assay. It is the manufacturer that decides the optimal number of cycles for the assay, not the testing laboratory.

Higher Cycle threshold values typically indicate a lower amount of virus in the sample. However, the CT value alone does not indicate whether the virus load is increasing or decreasing, it does not indicate whether the individual is infectious or not, and it does not provide an indication of the specimen quality (i.e. how closely the specimen mirrors what is actually happening in the patient’s respiratory tract).

The number of PCR cycles used in Ireland is decided by the manufacturer of the assay, so there is no single answer. The HSE uses a wide range of assays. As a general rule, most assays run for 40-45 cycles.

by Cathal Spelman of realhealthylifestyle.com


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