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Developer of the PCR test exposed the baselessness of medical “science”

Kary B. Mullis (1944 – 2019)

Kary Banks Mullis was born on 1944 December 28 in Lenoir, North Carolina, USA. In 1966, he earned a Bachelor of Science (B.C.) in chemistry from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, followed in 1973 by a doctorate (Ph.D.) in biochemistry at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1983, he invented the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technique, which rapidly makes millions to billions of copies of a specific DNA sample. Ten years later, in 1993, he was awarded for this with a (shared) Nobel Prize in chemistry. In the video interview embedded below, he exposed the baselessness of medical “science”, which is part of the ungrounded academic belief system of scientism. For instance, he clearly stated that generally accepted claim of HIV being the cause of AIDS is unscientific. Even more strikingly, he discovered that there are no wise, eminent scholars at the top of each academic discipline, but only idiots who are too busy with their own little lives.

The above video was created and narrated by Gary Null. Gary Michael Null was born on 1945 January 6 in Parkersburg, West Virginia, USA. In 1989, he received a Ph.D. for his doctoral thesis titled “A Study of Psychological and Physiological Effects of Caffeine on Human Health”. Later, he became a well-known talk radio host.

Aged 74, Kary Mullis died on 2019 August 7 in Newport Beach, California, allegedly of pneumonia.

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