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Erykah Badu and Elon Musk both found discrepancies in Covid-19 tests they took this week.
They reported the discrepancies on social media -- and were immediately attacked by their followers who don't want the truth revealed.
Erykah took to Twitter on Friday, Nov. 13, to question the accuracy of two Covid-19 tests she took as part of a job requirement.
"This is my third rapid test in 24 hours... Earlier I took 2 and one was positive the other neg in separate nostrils ?? We need to investigate these tests further. I want my $ back."
She added: "Funny thing is, Dr. ONLY reported the positive result. What the fack is goin on here?"
Get-well wishes poured in for the R&B singer. But Erykah told her supporters she is feeling fine.
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On Thursday, Elon, the CEO of Tesla, tweeted similar concerns about his conflicting tests:
"Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Rapid antigen test from BD."
Elon's followers scolded him for reporting the inaccuracy in his tests. But Elon did some investigating, and he learned about a widely known flaw in the PCR tests that produce high numbers of false positive results when run at cycles of 40 and above.
He tweeted: "Lab I just spoke to said cov2 PCR detection (N1 & N3 genes) below 30 cycles is reliable & above 40 cycles is not."
PCR tests are run in cycles of 20-40 repeated thermal temperature changes. Cycles run at 30 or below are considered to be more reliable.
For example, labs that process Covid-19 tests for the NBA and NFL run cycles of 30 or below, which produces more reliable and accurate test results.
But government-controlled labs are processing PCR tests at 40 cycles or higher - which produces a high frequency of false-positive results.
The news media gleefully reports "surging Covid-19 cases" or "a spike in Covid-19 cases" when most of the tests are flawed.
PCR was invented in 1984 by the American biochemist Kary Mullis, who won a Nobel Prize in 1993 for his work.
When Mullis issued warnings about the inaccuracy of his PCR tests, he suddenly died of pneumonia on August 7, 2019.
In 2009, when former President Barack Obama was in office, the CDC stopped reporting H1N1 cases because the tests were unreliable and some labs were co-mingling positive flu results in with the H1N1 results.
What is their end game?
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Many believe governments are taking drastic measures to save the environment (climate change) and control the population.
Billionaire elites such as Bill Gates believe their fellow humans are the biggest threat to the environment.
Strict stay-at-home orders will ensure you can't drive for weeks or months, which decreases C02 released into the atmosphere.
And there is much discussion online about vaccines impairing the human reproductive system.