So we are going to explain what this PCR test consists of with which they have managed to re-inoculate fear without having just died from this supposed virus.
First the reduced scientific explanation that we can read in a great article published on bubble.info by entcons
We will leave in the description of the podcast as always all the links so that you can expand the information. This bubble post is called “Manual for dummies, why is the PCR test not useful at all to detect Covid?” and it was published already in April of this year 2020. It says like this:
1) You have a series of oligonucleotide sequences that you can buy on the market and in theory they are specific to 2019-Covid.
These curiously change depending on the country, that is, each country imposes its official sequences to detect 2019-Covid.
What they have in common for all countries is that logically those sequences must exist in the isolated genome of 2019-Covid.
3) These sequences are what are called “first forwards”, “first reverse” and “probe”. We will return to this later.
4) When performing the test, a sample is taken from the person’s windpipe and placed in a test tube. In this sample there are a multitude of organisms with DNA.
5) It is heated to 90 degrees so that the DNA is divided into two chains in the thermal cycler.
7) In the process, the “Probe” is also coupled in the middle of the chain, with a phosphorescence molecule.
8) The polymerization process begins in real time, whereby the polymerase enzyme begins to fill in the existing gaps, generating new synthetic DNA (in green in the graphic above), until the original chain of the patient’s sample is fully coupled with its other counterpart (composed of forward primer, reverse primer, and new DNA from polymerization).
9) Thus we achieve a perfect 2-chain DNA and the release of the phosphorescent molecule.
2- The higher the level of temperature cycles, the more positive, since noise and contamination are more likely, and therefore less reliability.
3- And in my opinion the most serious: polymerization fills in all the gaps left by primers and probes. This means that if the primers and probes do not match 100% in all their pairs with the sample chain, the polymerization will fill those gaps and, based on cycles, give false positives.