Remembering Kary Mullis

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Remembering Kary Mullis

One to watch. Recommended.

This stream is nearly four hours long but well worth watching.  J.C. analyzes an interview by Gary Null  of Kary Mullis  in order to commemorate the third anniversary death. Kary won the Nobel prize for the invention of PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction).  He was a contrarian when it comes to AIDS and despised Fauci. He has a very interesting take on science and religion.

Remembering Kary Mullis : Gigaohm Biological High Resistance Low Noise Information Brief (3:41)

Rough Running order

33:00 Interview proper starts
39:00 Testing for the n-protein not for the spike
41:00 Gary Null interviews Kary Mullis
01:06 Peter H. Duesberg and Inventing the AIDS virus
01:17 JC mentions Luc Montagnier
01:45 ARDS Acute Respitory Distress Syndrome
01:46 Gallo


01:56 AZT, or azidothymidine, was originally developed in the 1960s by a U.S. researcher as way to thwart cancer; the compound was supposed to insert itself into the DNA of a cancer cell and mess with its ability to replicate and produce more tumor cells. But it didn’t work when it was tested in mice and was put aside.



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