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#31 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 08:48
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You tested positive for the same thing my Diet Coke tested positive for and I'm a nutter. Interesting!

It's obvious, so many of us have nothing to stand for except for lies sold to us.
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#32 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 08:49
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May Allah give you Shifa.
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#33 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 09:00
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The sample diet coke drops have particular chemical quantity above threshold. The test kit has declared it. Now it is up to you to interpret and decide.
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#34 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 09:46
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Thanks, i no longer have asthma, grew out of it, alhamdolillah.

Life in the UK in early eighties wintertime was difficult, no central heating, cold houses, played havac with ones health.
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#36 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 09:51
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Taken from BBC.CO.UK

Some children have found a devious method to get out of school – using cola to create false positive Covid tests. How does it work?

Children are always going to find cunning ways to bunk off school, and the latest trick is to fake a positive Covid-19 lateral flow test (LFT) using soft drinks. [Videos of the trick have been circulating on TikTok since December and a school in Liverpool, UK, recently wrote to parents to warn them about it.] So how are fruit juices, cola and devious kids fooling the tests, and is there a way to tell a fake positive result from a real one? I’ve tried to find out.

First, I thought it best to check the claims, so I cracked open bottles of cola and orange juice, then deposited a few drops directly onto LFTs. Sure enough, a few minutes later, two lines appeared on each test, supposedly indicating the presence of the virus that causes Covid-19.

It’s worth understanding how the tests work. If you open up an LFT device, you’ll find a strip of paper-like material, called nitrocellulose, and a small red pad, hidden under the plastic casing below the T-line. Absorbed on the red pad are antibodies that bind to the Covid-19 virus. They are also attached to gold nanoparticles (tiny particles of gold actually appear red), which allow us to see where the antibodies are on the device. When you do a test, you mix your sample with a liquid buffer solution, ensuring the sample stays at an optimum pH, before dripping it on the strip.

The fluid wicks up the nitrocellulose strip and picks up the gold and antibodies. The latter also bind to the virus, if present. Further up the strip, next to the T (for test), are more antibodies that bind the virus. But these antibodies are not free to move – they are stuck to the nitrocellulose. As the red smear of gold-labelled antibodies pass this second set of antibodies, these also grab hold of the virus. The virus is then bound to both sets of antibodies – leaving everything, including the gold, immobilised on a line next to the T on the device, indicating a positive test.


Gold antibodies that haven’t bound to the virus carry on up the strip where they meet a third set of antibodies, not designed to pick up Covid-19, stuck at the C (for control) line. These trap the remaining gold particles, without having to do so via the virus. This final line is used to indicate the test has worked.

The acidity of many soft drinks and fruit juices can lead to false positives in the Covid-19 lateral flow test but still be negative with a PCR test (Credit: Mark Lorch)

So, how can a soft drink cause the appearance of a red T line? One possibility is that the drinks contain something that the antibodies recognise and bind to, just as they do to the virus. But this is rather unlikely. The reason antibodies are used in tests like these is that they are incredibly fussy about what they bind to. There’s all sorts of stuff in the snot and saliva collected by the swabs you take from the nose and mouth, and the antibodies totally ignore this mess of protein, other viruses and remains of your breakfast. So they aren’t going to react to the ingredients of a soft drink.

A much more likely explanation is that something in the drinks is affecting the function of the antibodies. A range of fluids, from fruit juice to cola, have been used to fool the tests, but they all have one thing in common – they are highly acidic. The citric acid in orange juice, phosphoric acid in cola and malic acid in apple juice give these beverages a pH between 2.5 and 4. These are pretty harsh conditions for antibodies, which have evolved to work largely within the bloodstream, with its almost neutral pH of about 7.4.

Even a small change to the chains can dramatically impact a protein’s function
Maintaining an ideal pH for the antibodies is key to the correct function of the test, and that’s the job of the liquid buffer solution that you mix your sample with, provided with the test. The critical role of the buffer is highlighted by the fact that if you mix cola with the buffer – as shown in this debunking of an Austrian politician’s claim that mass testing is worthless – then the LFTs behave exactly as you’d expect: negative for Covid-19.

So without the buffer, the antibodies in the test are fully exposed to the acidic pH of the beverages. And this has a dramatic effect on their structure and function. Antibodies are proteins, which are comprised of amino acid building blocks, attached together to form long, linear chains. These chains fold up into very specific structures. Even a small change to the chains can dramatically impact a protein’s function. These structures are maintained by a network of many thousands of interactions between the various parts of the protein. For example, negatively charged parts of a protein will be attracted to positively charged areas.


But in acidic conditions, the protein becomes increasingly positively charged. As a result, many of the interactions that hold the protein together are disrupted, the delicate structure of the protein is affected and it no longer functions correctly. In this case, the antibodies’ sensitivity to the virus is lost.

Given this, you might expect that the acidic drinks would result in completely blank tests. But denatured proteins are sticky beasts. All of those perfectly evolved interactions that would normally hold the protein together are now orphaned and looking for something to bind to. A likely explanation is that the immobilised antibodies at the T-line stick directly to the gold particles as they pass by, producing the notorious cola-induced false positive result.

Is there then a way to spot a fake positive test? The antibodies (like most proteins) are capable of refolding and regaining their function when they are returned to more favourable conditions. So I tried washing a test that had been dripped with cola with buffer solution, and sure enough the immobilised antibodies at the T-line regained normal function and released the gold particles, revealing the true negative result on the test.

Children, I applaud your ingenuity, but now that I’ve found a way to uncover your trickery I suggest you use your cunning to devise a set of experiments and test my hypothesis. Then we can publish your results in a peer-reviewed journal.

* Mark Lorch is a professor of chemistry and science communication at the University of Hull, UK.


However taking a PCR test will produce a negative result if the coke test positive with the LFT.

Pretty sure countries were scamming people when they required international travellors to take a tests, India did this from jan 2022 when they switched to LFT tests from PCR and still charged people £20 for taking one at airports. If you test positive yoo get quarantined at cost.
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#37 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 10:16
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"You have to realize that in many countries, we wouldn't even know that this virus existed if we didn't test for it."

The inventor of the Covid PCR-test, Christian Drosten, made this remarkable statement. Further achievements that he has accomplished are:

👉🏻 Creating that specific PCR test before the outbreak of the "pandemic"
👉🏻 Getting his PCR paper through peer review within 24h (bit.ly/3I9IG4M)
👉🏻 Denying viral seasonality three years in a row (t.me/goddek/1295)
👉🏻 Making contradictory statements about masks (t.me/goddek/563)
👉🏻 Predicted piles of corpses on African streets (bit.ly/3ictjy4)
👉🏻 Calling renowned dissidents "pseudoscientists" (bit.ly/36ngzle)
👉🏻 Getting funds from the Gates Foundation and having his professorship sponsored from Nazi-money (Quandt Family)

Good job, Christian!

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Quote:
Dr Reiner Fuellmich: The PCR Test is the Cornerstone of Everything That Went Wrong with Covid-19

Full video:
➨ worldcouncilforhealth.org/multimedia/reiner-fuellmich-new...

Joining us for WCH General Assembly #67 on Monday, November 28 to speak about what went wrong with Covid-19 was Dr Reiner Fuellmich (🇩🇪), an international trial lawyer who has successfully sued large corporations such as Volkswagen and Deutsche Bank.

"Without the PCR test—without the misuse of the PCR test, there wouldn't be any cases," explained Fuellmich.

"Without the cases, there wouldn't be a public health emergency of international concern. And without the public health emergency of international concern, there wouldn't be any measures whatsoever."

As co-founder of the German Corona Investigative Committee and more recently, founder of the International Crimes Investigative Committee, Reiner has been relentless in his pursuit of truth and justice during the Covid-19 crisis, giving more than 400 interviews on the subject.

Watch Reiner's full presentation:
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Plenty more already shared on the forum exposing the lies sold to us.
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#38 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 10:37
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Bro, google 'faulty PCR test', thousands of articles will pop up, you can interpret it to fit your narrative, you need to move on.

One event particular event comes to mind, Dec 2021 plane from Europe lands in Delhi , everyone required to take PCR test, all test positive, people are now taken to qurantine centres after much protest, however after lots of arguments many escape. Police launch inquiry, it was found the samples were wrongly marked as 'positive' at the private lab undertaking the test, lab had license revoked and fined.
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#39 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 11:20
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Just shows how much of a gimmick this all is. Thank you
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#40 [Permalink] Posted on 4th February 2023 11:27
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#41 [Permalink] Posted on 5th February 2023 08:14
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You're wasting your time. He's a product of the BBC. British Brainwashing Corporation.

A schizophrenic paranoid person that thinks you're a nuttter. Anyway, you handled it well. I'm not going to interfere, they both sound beyond repair. Let let them live the rest of their lives masked up, pumped with mrna poison in their veins waiting to clot their hearts to assist the depopulation agenda while they sit at their TV watching BBC and shake in their boots from variant after variant that have never been isolated and purified and proven to exist only through a computer simulated genome sequence.

Just pray for them. From fear of death they've stopped living.
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#42 [Permalink] Posted on 5th February 2023 16:13
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Bro you seem worked up, i understand your concern about covid being 'sinister' but no reason to froth at the mouth.
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#43 [Permalink] Posted on 5th February 2023 17:20
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Thank you for your concern. My message was for abu mohammed.
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#44 [Permalink] Posted on 5th February 2023 20:40
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This is a serious matter. The severity of the situation cannot be downplayed.

A person should make this Duaa often: اللّهم أَرِنَا الحَقَّ حقَّاً وَارْزُقْنَا اتِّبَاعَهُ وَأَرِنَا البَاطِلَ بَاطِلاً وَارْزُقْنَا اجْتِنَابَهُ Whilst making sure to ponder over the meaning.

This maybe a bit of a personal question but do you read Surah Kahf weekly?
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#45 [Permalink] Posted on 6th February 2023 04:59
Brother, I can vouch for people who are on the opposite of this debate being punctual with their daily salat, mamoolat, masnoon azkar and weekly surah kahaf recitation.
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