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Evidence (Citing Original Research Papers) that Virus Does Exist by Maggie Zhou, PhD
February 12 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The amazing Anarchapulco conference provided us with many invaluable knowledge and networking opportunities, food for thought, and sources for stimulating debate, not to mention the company of kindred souls.
Unfortunately, on the topic of viruses, only one side of opinion was represented. The "virus doesn't exist" theory has splintered many anti-COVID-tyranny groups in the past 3 years. I hope to contribute to our unity, by presenting some scientific evidence that hopefully clears away some misunderstandings and misrepresentations of the body of work that shows viruses do exist. I'll explain why germ theory does NOT contradict terrain theory as the latter is commonly presented and understood, why there is a fundamental difference between exosomes and viruses, and how the SARS-CoV-2 sequence has fingerprints of "lab-engineered virus" written all over it, which are largely ignored by people who are convinced that there's no such thing as a virus My goal is to provide some balance to the information people heard on Friday, persuade open-mindedness and willingness to reconsider one's position based on exposure to new information, and focus on actions that are most likely to advance our freedom and defeat tyranny, rather than what may appeal to us as a more simplistic and comforting view of reality.
All evidence presented at this workshop will be posted on Telegram channel "Evidence on Virus" which you can join by the invite link: https://t.me/+1QP7xMRAPT9jMWVk
Maggie Zhou received her PhD in genetics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (her diploma had her name as Hong Zhou). She also worked as a computational biologist (a.k.a. bioinformaticist) in the late 1990s and early 2000s
Where: outside of Max Igan's bar (Casa De Los Cuervos)