The History of Viruses And Bacteria | Dr. Stefan Lanka

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They're Not What You Think They Are

Leave everything you once thought you knew about and disease at the door. Stefan Lanka gives a comprehensive history of and why one of the most important points to stress moving forward in our history is that have never been isolated, are not contagious and do not cause disease.

Stefan Thomas Josef Lanka (born September 27, 1963, Langenargen, Lake Constance) is a German biologist.

He studied biology at the University of Konstanz, where he submitted his diploma thesis in 1989 on virus infestations in marine brown algae.

In 1994 he was awarded a doctorate in the same position with a thesis on molecular biological studies of the virus infection in Ectocarpus siliculosus (Phaeophyceae). rer. nat. doctorate.

Since 2003 he has been running the homepage and the magazine of the same name “Wissenschaffeplus”

FREEDOM TALK 5 – , , , and Stefan Lanka

“For almost one year we have been asking authorities, politicians and medical institutes for the scientific evidence for the existence of such that are said to cause disease and therefore require “immunization”. After almost one year we have not received even one concrete answer which provides evidence for the existence of those “vaccine-preventable ”. The conclusion is inevitable that our children are still vaccinated on the basis of scientific standards of the 18th and 19th century. In the 19th century Robert Koch demanded in his generally accepted postulates evidence of the virus in order to prove infection; at Koch´s time this evidence couldn´t be achieved directly by visualization and characterization of the , because adequate technology wasn´t available at that time. Methods of modern medicine have profoundly changed over the past 60 years, in particular by the invention of the electron microscope, yet all these we get immunised against have still never been re-examined using this technology?”

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