A Farewell to Virology: Conversation With Mark Bailey. Full Moon Eclipse in Taurus. Mars Rx Square Neptune.

Dr Mark Bailey in New Zealand (named for the Dutch province of Zeeland), left, and Eric Francis Coppolino of another former Dutch settlement, Wiltwych, NY, right.

Tonight my guest is Dr. Mark Bailey of New Zealand, my nominee for most knowledgeable person about virus fraud, PCR testing fraud, and the history of germ theory. The conversation took place on Oct. 30, 2022, and is presented both as part of the program and then set below as a stand-alone player. Also, here are the full program notes on Substack. This is a great place to comment and discuss the program. — efc

Here is the full program, standard bandwidth — all good!

Here is the full program, lower bandwidth mono | Zip

Mark Bailey interview is below, as stand-alone audio and then video on Odysee.

See the video version on Odysee

“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places.” — Hemingway

Link to excerpts and the original paper, published this week

Dr. Mark Bailey writes, “Virology invented the virus model but has consistently failed to fulfill its own requirements. It is claimed that viruses cause disease after transmitting between hosts such as humans and yet the scientific evidence for these claims is missing. One of virology’s greatest failures has been the inability to obtain any viral particles directly from the tissues of organisms said to have ‘viral’ diseases. In order to obfuscate this state of affairs, virologists have resorted to creating their own pseudoscientific methods to replace the longstanding scientific method, as well as changing the dictionary meaning of words in order to support their anti-scientific practices.”

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