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Did flawed PCR tests convince us Covid was worse than it really was?


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Did flawed PCR tests convince us Covid was worse than it really was? Britain's entire response was based on results - but one scientist says they should have been axed a year ago.

The covid brigade will cling on in the belief that science helped us even when it clearly didn't. More of this to come soon, that's my next prediction, while the pro jabbers will sit there moaning about the science at the time despite shown shown repeatedly how that "science" was not scientific.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-10606107/Did-flawed-tests-convince-Covid-worse-really-was.html?fbclid=IwAR2j59IzZpz6F2cof0GzWcU_Yz4RiOjtGn5TVN5dVJHjdWxVWiPedvl-HPc

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You're still peddling this nonsense? God, man, get a life.

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6 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Did flawed PCR tests convince us Covid was worse than it really was? Britain's entire response was based on results - but one scientist says they should have been axed a year ago.

The covid brigade will cling on in the belief that science helped us even when it clearly didn't. More of this to come soon, that's my next prediction, while the pro jabbers will sit there moaning about the science at the time despite shown shown repeatedly how that "science" was not scientific.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-10606107/Did-flawed-tests-convince-Covid-worse-really-was.html?fbclid=IwAR2j59IzZpz6F2cof0GzWcU_Yz4RiOjtGn5TVN5dVJHjdWxVWiPedvl-HPc

...Not to put too fine a point on it, but I think your username might be due for a change. 

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3 hours ago, Autochthon1990 said:

...Not to put too fine a point on it, but I think your username might be due for a change. 

Nah, I have remained open minded and refused to swallow the "science" BS  and I'm being proven correct to have done so.

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7 hours ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

You're still peddling this nonsense? God, man, get a life.

The truth can be a  b**** to swallow and you my friend backed the wrong horse. 

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1 minute ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

The truth can be a  b**** to swallow and you my friend backed the wrong horse. 

You've cited a hyperbolic article from a sensationalist news source that, unsurprisingly, has a long-running history of doing so.

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Just now, Nuclear Wessel said:

You've cited a hyperbolic article from a sensationalist news source that, unsurprisingly, has a long-running history of doing so.

That's OK. You can move to the next story I've just posted. BBC reporting damages being awarded to a family after am AZ death. 

You reckon it'll stop there? 

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3 minutes ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

You reckon it'll stop there? 

Probably not, but considering the overwhelming majority don't suffer from severe conditions like the one you posted, it's not worrying at all. These things happen.

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9 minutes ago, Nuclear Wessel said:

Probably not, but considering the overwhelming majority don't suffer from severe conditions like the one you posted, it's not worrying at all. These things happen.

Seeing as the overwhelming majority had nothing to fear from covid, approx 0.15% variance and average age of death still higher than the natural average then no reason to mass jab or lockdown. The "science" has been  proven wrong just like many of us knew from reading the same data they had available at the time. 

Egg on your face.but sit still, there's the world's biggest omelette coming your way. 

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1 minute ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Seeing as the overwhelming majority had nothing to fear from covid, approx 0.15% variance and average age of death still higher than the natural average then no reason to mass jab or lockdown. The "science" has been  proven wrong just like many of us knew from reading the same data they had available at the time. 

Egg on your face.but sit still, there's the world's biggest omelette coming your way. 

I look forward to it. :)

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3 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Nah, I have remained open minded and refused to swallow the "science" BS  and I'm being proven correct to have done so.

Thanks for being one of the most close minded peddlers of nonsense. And I can't think of anything you were correct about. Looks like your claim for being correct is just another of your massive failures.

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2 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Seeing as the overwhelming majority had nothing to fear from covid, approx 0.15% variance and average age of death still higher than the natural average then no reason to mass jab or lockdown. The "science" has been  proven wrong just like many of us knew from reading the same data they had available at the time. 

Egg on your face.but sit still, there's the world's biggest omelette coming your way. 

Actually that is a lie: "the overwhelming majority had nothing to fear from covid" This is  one of those stupid ideas which neglects the long term damage to the heart, lungs, vascular system, kidneys, intestines, brain and liver.

The science continues to show your garbage ideas are garbage.

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What does the article state?

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Last month a report by the research charity Collateral Global and academics at Oxford University concluded as much, stating that as many as one third of all positive cases may not have been infectious.

So unlike the stupidity that is being promoted it simply says that the interpretation of the results was correct as far as being COVID, but not all of the people were infectious. That's certainly plausible with a novel disease. So maybe in the future it will be possible to differentiate the infected from the infectious. It simply mentions that part of the scaling of the effort was done by using the private sector.

What this article does not address is how many people died. It does not discuss anything other than testing a novel disease.

What is clearly missing is any mention of a flawed test. Looks like the OP is just spinning another lie as they always have done. 

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4 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Seeing as the overwhelming majority had nothing to fear from covid, approx 0.15% variance and average age of death still higher than the natural average then no reason to mass jab or lockdown. The "science" has been  proven wrong just like many of us knew from reading the same data they had available at the time. 

Egg on your face.but sit still, there's the world's biggest omelette coming your way. 

Which data set had a variance of 0.15 per cent?

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11 hours ago, Golden Duck said:

Which data set had a variance of 0.15 per cent?

The entire paragraph is jibberish.

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On 6/21/2022 at 6:40 AM, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Did flawed PCR tests convince us Covid was worse than it really was?

Idk, ask those who lost friends or family to covid if it wasnt as bad as some loonly anti vaxxers wish that it was.

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5 hours ago, the13bats said:

Idk, ask those who lost friends or family to covid if it wasnt as bad as some loonly anti vaxxers wish that it was.

Where were you all the previous "ooh it's a bad flu year this year"? Every year we lose 10's of thousands in the UK to flu, they any less noble a passing? 

"Oh, but it's covid, science, media,... ".

Live your life fully because you never know but meantime don't be duped  

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1 hour ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Where were you all the previous "ooh it's a bad flu year this year"? Every year we lose 10's of thousands in the UK to flu, they any less noble a passing? 

"Oh, but it's covid, science, media,... ".

Live your life fully because you never know but meantime don't be duped  

This is not actually true: "Every year we lose 10's of thousands in the UK to flu"

Influenza deaths in 2018, 2019 and 2020 - Office for National Statistics (ons.gov.uk)

Actually deaths due to the flu number less than 2000.

Most reports cobble together influenza and pneumonia. 

How many died from flu in 2020? How it compares to coronavirus deaths - Daily Star

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But the ONS did a thorough breakdown of the deaths of people in England and Wales between January and August 2020.

They found that three times as many people died from Covid-19 than from flu and pneumonia.

Pneumonia, is a collection of diseases some bacterial, some fungal, and some viral. It is not a single disease.

Despite grouping all of these diseases together and lumping it in with the flu it still is less deadly than COVID-19

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4 hours ago, stereologist said:

This is not actually true: "Every year we lose 10's of thousands in the UK to flu"

Influenza deaths in 2018, 2019 and 2020 - Office for National Statistics (ons.gov.uk)

Actually deaths due to the flu number less than 2000.

Most reports cobble together influenza and pneumonia. 

How many died from flu in 2020? How it compares to coronavirus deaths - Daily Star

Pneumonia, is a collection of diseases some bacterial, some fungal, and some viral. It is not a single disease.

Despite grouping all of these diseases together and lumping it in with the flu it still is less deadly than COVID-19

3 times as many people died from covid than flu? Really? That's way you are quoting? You sure you want to nail your colours on that mast? Just giving you a chance here.

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11 minutes ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

3 times as many people died from covid than flu? Really? That's way you are quoting? You sure you want to nail your colours on that mast? Just giving you a chance here.

 That is what ONS stated. And they lump pneumonia in with the flu.

Do you have a reading problem?

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No matter how you look at it you are as you always are - wrong.

Here is what you posted: " Every year we lose 10's of thousands in the UK to flu" .

That is wrong. 

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8 hours ago, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Where were you all the previous "ooh it's a bad flu year this year"? Every year we lose 10's of thousands in the UK to flu, they any less noble a passing? 

"Oh, but it's covid, science, media,... ".

Live your life fully because you never know but meantime don't be duped  

Right, covid didnt kill more that a bad flu year.

Duped? You see the duped when you look in a mirror.

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1 hour ago, stereologist said:

 That is what ONS stated. And they lump pneumonia in with the flu.

Do you have a reading problem?

He has a reality problem.

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On 6/21/2022 at 6:40 AM, OpenMindedSceptic said:

Did flawed PCR tests convince us Covid was worse than it really was? Britain's entire response was based on results - but one scientist says they should have been axed a year ago.

The covid brigade will cling on in the belief that science helped us even when it clearly didn't. More of this to come soon, that's my next prediction, while the pro jabbers will sit there moaning about the science at the time despite shown shown repeatedly how that "science" was not scientific.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-10606107/Did-flawed-tests-convince-Covid-worse-really-was.html?fbclid=IwAR2j59IzZpz6F2cof0GzWcU_Yz4RiOjtGn5TVN5dVJHjdWxVWiPedvl-HPc

Here is the problem with your post:

"but one"

 

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11 hours ago, odas said:

Here is the problem with your post:

"but one"

 

This will be a never ending saga ending with historians mocking the data / science / media. 

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