Gigaohm Biological (11 Feb)

Gigaohm Biological (11 Feb)

Dr Jonathan Couey starts the stream with a funny clip of Dr Kevin McCairn who fell asleep (passed out) during his five hour stream due to the IPS (isopropyl spirit/alcohol) fumes that he was using for his experiments. The whiskey he had for toasting Luc Montagnier who died this week probably had something to do with it. Luc Montagnier died surrounded by his family at the age of 90.  He won the Nobel prize for identifying the AIDS virus and was a co-signatory with Kevin and others on the case before the ICC.  He also warned everyone that constant vaccinations would destroy the immune system and cause a form of AIDS.

Johnathan pays tribute to Luc Montagnier and also features Dr Tess Lawrie in her battle for ivermectin.  See the resources below the video.

Gigaohm Biological (11 Feb) – 1:20

Luc Montagnier was involved with the Institute for Venture Science and also with the Water conference.  He was willing to explore areas that other scientists were not which is the sign of a great mind:

Electromagnetic detection of microbial DNA in patients suffering of chronic diseases: implications for therapeutic strategies.

The Lawrie-Hill Zoom 18th January 2021