Dr Stefano Scoglio study: ‘Sars-Cov 2 virus has never been isolated and Covid-19 swabs produce up to 95% of false positives’

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which one
is the virus?

Dr. Stefano Scoglio, Ph.D., B.Sc.
I have argued, among other things, that the virus cannot be considered
isolated, because what is considered as “isolated” is indeed a complex matrix,
made up of more or less centrifuged pharyngeal or broncho-alveolar fluid, in
which, according to my calculations, there are about 30 billion viral-like particles
(human and bacterial nucleic acids, extra-cellular vesicles, exosomes, etc.), and
this complex matrix, without knowing if there is and how much virus there is, is
defined as the “isolated virus”. As reported by an important study on exosomes (a
little known branch of biology, which through has been around for about 50 years),
most of the human pathological liquids used for testing, are made for the most
part of human genome particles, up to 99.6% (see my paper “The new
Pathology of asymptomaticity and the invalid swab test”).
CDC and EU Commission acknowledge that the virus has never been isolated
But now, I have finally found official proof that the virus was never truly
isolated! It is unequivocally recognized by both the European Commission and the
US CDC, the most important national health organization in the world. Let’s start
with the European Commission, which in its document of 16 April last wrote:
“Since no virus isolates with a quantified amount of the SARS-CoV-2
are currently available …”1
Before analyzing in detail this statement, which still seems to me self-evident, let’s
see what the CDC writes:
“Since no quantified virus isolates of the 2019-nCoV are currently
available…”2

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