What is PCR Test?
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a method widely used to rapidly make millions to billions of copies (complete copies or partial copies) of a specific DNA sample, allowing scientists to take a very small sample of DNA and amplify it (or a part of it) to a large enough amount to study in detail.
PCR was invented in 1983 by the American biochemist Kary Mullis at Cetus Corporation. It is fundamental to many of the procedures used in genetic testing and research, including analysis of ancient samples of DNA and identification of infectious agents.
Using PCR, copies of very small amounts of DNA sequences are exponentially amplified in a series of cycles of temperature changes. PCR is now a common and often indispensable technique used in medical laboratory research for a broad variety of applications including biomedical research and criminal forensics.
Can PCR test reliably confirm you are sick?
PCR test amplification setting can easily impact the test results, therefore number of false positive results can be manipulated …
Kary Mullis: Inventor Of The PCR Test! 4 Fun Facts!
The Rockefeller Foundation National Covid-19 Testing Action Plan
Agenda: 30 million tests per week
We are proposing our nation come together around the bold, ambitious, but achievable goal of rapidly expanding testing capacity to 30 million tests per week over the next six months.
This 1-3-30 Plan would be achieved by:
- creating an Emergency Network for Covid-19 Testing to coordinate and underwrite the testing market,
- launching an eight-week National Testing Laboratory Optimization Initiative to increase output to 3 million tests per week from the current one million, and
- investing in a Testing Technology Accelerator to further grow U.S. testing capacity from 3 million to 30 million tests per week. (Note: “someone” is going to make a lot of money here)
Observe the brutal coercion for mandatory vaccination, vaccination passports, and tracking since September 2021 ( no jab – no job).