L’inventeur lui-même du test PCR ne croit pas qu’il devrait être utilisé pour dépister des maladies contagieuses. Le blogueur qui a créé ce vidéo regarde la théorie des exosomes en comparaison avec la théorie des virus pour expliquer la présence du matériel génétique (ARN) qui est recherché au moment du test de dépistage.
Mike Mabee and Kevin Freeman respond here on the air of Secure Freedom Radio to an organism called EPRI (the Electric Power Research Institute). This organism is trying to downplay the threat of EMP attacks on the electric grid and the effects that it can produce. The Electromagnetic Defense Task Force has also published a rebuttal that you can read here: Electromagnetic Pulse Threats to America’s Electric Grid: Counterpoints to Electric Power Research Institute Positions.
For classical egyptology, Egypt’s pyramids were tombs. Obviously, for anyone who takes the time to look rationally at this idea, it doesn’t make any sense, especially considering the dimensions of these structures. Who would think to build such larges buildings just to provide a tomb while simply a hole in the ground with some fancy roofing in stone would do it. The theory presented here is that the structure of the Great Pyramid of Gizeh was in fact a technological facility built to create electromagnetic energy using water, coming down chambers and corridors, as the catalysing force. The electromagnetic energy was then redirected toward the ionosphere. Metals, crystals and special material were used, such as copper wires. I have no idea if it was really the case but it makes sense, much more than the bogus theory of the ‘tomb’. Also, the video makes the connection with the great works of genius scientist NikolaTesla. To complete your research, you can watch this documentary featuring Graham Hancock about lost civilizations that I have published in an earlier post, in which the mystery of the Great Pyramid of Gizeh is also explored, in relation with its position relative to the stars.