Dear Public Health England,
Please provide answers to the following questions:
1. What are “viruses”—are they clearly identified and identifiable?
2. Do viruses cause disease?
3. What evidence is there to prove that “viruses” cause disease?
4. What is the original meaning of the word “viruses”?
5. How many viruses are there in air samples taken from various locations where people are present on a regular basis, per cubic foot, on average?
6. Who, if anyone, has taken air samples, per cubic foot, to determine the presence of SARS-CoV-2 in shops, restaurants, pubs, classrooms, discos, strip joints, lavatories, etc., and other public places where restrictions have been imposed? Are the conclusions of these studies available to the public?
7. What is the average number of SARS-CoV-2 viruses detected in most high streets in the UK, on, say, a busy Saturday afternoon, in the height range of roughly 3 foot to 10 foot, between the height of your average midget and an exceedingly tall man? If no such studies have been undertaken, please explain why.
8. Is it even possible to measure the number of SARS-CoV-2 viruses in the air in outdoor and indoor locations? Are there instruments designed for this purpose—an ambient virus detector/meter—a vironometer? Or do we just have to assume the “viruses” are there—just to be on the safe side?
9. What is the average number of SARS-CoV-2 viruses emitted in the aerosols of the out breath of someone who has tested positive for the virus by means of the dodgy PCR test—20 viruses per out breath, 50? 100? 1000?
10. How do these viruses, upon leaving a person’s mouth or nose initially travel through the air? Do they tend to rise upward, or do they tend to take a downward trajectory? Can they determine the direction they travel in—if yes, how?
11. Do they float or sink according to air temperature, like gliders?
12. Are viruses just as dependent on the wind for getting about, as are leaves which detach themselves from trees in the autumn?
13. Is SARS-CoV-2, specifically, known to use public transport, such as jet passenger planes when travelling from one country to another, or buses and/or trains when travelling within the same country? Were these the means used for the virus to spread itself around the world so rapidly in the early part of 2020, following Event 201? If so, who bought the tickets?
14. Do viruses work together in gangs, or do they tend to work alone?
15. How do these ultra microscopic viruses manage to get through mucous in nasal passages, or saliva in the mouth, and do they have any trouble traversing nasal hairs?
16. How do viruses survive in saliva or mucous if they are not even alive in the first place?
17. How do “viruses” know what to do in terms of infecting a cell if they are indeed inert and completely unconscious? Do they just get in and hope for the best, so to speak?
18. If someone spits or sneezes, how do the viruses manage to get free of the mucous or saliva in which they are violently ejected, so as to find another victim?
19. Can they swim, and, if so, how do they breath when completely immersed in bodily fluids?
20. Is it possible for a virus to drown?
21. Is it possible for a virus or a number of viruses to be emitted when a person breaks wind, and is this a preferred method of ejection?
22. Can mask mandates be legitimate if there are no studies available regarding airborne viruses? And can restrictions like anti-social distancing be imposed upon the gullible, unthinking stupid public, if there be no evidence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus floating about in the air anywhere?
This article, republished with permission, originally appeared here.