PCR Inventor Kary Mullis - 1996 Interview

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In May Of 1996, Gary Null Interviewed Nobel Prize-winning Chemist Kary Mullis On His Views About The Scientific Establishment, HIV, AIDS, And Many Other Issues.

"Public Health Policy In The U.S. Has Been Dictated By Anthony Fauci For Over Three Decades."

His Pronouncements On Covid-19 Which Are Taken As Gospel By The Media And The Medical Establishment Bear A Striking Resemblance To His Pronouncements On The AIDS Epidemic.

The Primary Diagnostic Tool Used For Determining A Virus Infection Is The PCR Test Which Anthony Fauci Has Helped To Establish As The Gold Standard For Testing.

Kary Mullis, The Inventor Of The PCR Test Has Stated That No Infection Of Illness Can Be Accurately Diagnosed With PCR.

He Discussed His Thoughts On Dr. Fauci And The Scientific And Medical Establishments With Dr. Gary Null In 1996."

Dr. Kary Banks Mullis:
Kary Banks Mullis (December 28, 1944 - August 7, 2019) Was An American Biochemist. In Recognition Of His Invention Of The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) Technique, He Shared The 1993 Nobel Prize In Chemistry With Michael Smith And Was Awarded The Japan Prize In The Same Year. His Invention Became A Central Technique In Biochemistry And Molecular Biology, Described By The New York Times As "Highly Original And Significant, Virtually Dividing Biology Into The Two Epochs Of Before PCR And After PCR."

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