Revealed: The SARS-CoV-2 Sequencing Sham

The Paper Stefan Lanka Hoped Would Change The World

In late 2020, with the world now entirely locked down and the threat of forced or nearly-forced injections rising daily, the extraordinary Dr. Stefan Lanka, a former virologist, emailed out a short paper by a mathematician in Hamburg with astounding consequences.

Dr. Lanka and his colleagues’ many decades of work exposing the foundational problems with virology were now being echoed and built upon by a small group of doctors, scientists, journalists and thinkers in a quickly growing manner in 2020, and his revelations were beginning to reach the public in a significant way.

Yet a refrain was growing among the apologists for virology against many of Lanka’s claims. The refrain was simple – that perhaps he was correct about the pseudoscience of the earlier period of virology – but that recent virology was much more advanced and was based on the mathematical complexity of genomics – a complexity that critics simply couldn’t comprehend. Dissolving Illusions: ... Humphries, Dr. Suzanne Buy New $34.00 (as of 05:31 UTC - Details)

Desperate to show this canard for what it was – that the so-called genetic sequencing of the SARS-CoV-2 “virus” was an illusion at best and a fraud at worst — Dr Lanka had approached an eminent mathematician to blow the smoke away from this mathematical complexity hiding the fraudulence behind the claims that a SARS-CoV-2 “virus” had ever been found at all.

The paper was sent out to a handful of Lanka’s friends, myself included, but with Substack still in its infancy and most covid-critical doctors and scientists still without even a website, somehow the paper was never published on the internet.

Below is a reprint of the entire paper, published here in English, I believe, for the first time. Hopefully it can garner some attention from mathematics professors, geneticists, and lay people alike.

The mathematician Lanka turned to, calling himself only “A Mathematician From Hamburg” to avoid reprisals against his career, examined the central academic paper authored by the now infamous Dr. Fan Wu et al in Wuhan, China and printed in the February 2020 issue of the journal Nature: “A new coronavirus associated with human respiratory disease in China” which claimed to have genetically sequenced a “novel virus” later named SARS-CoV-2.

The mathematician in Hamburg downloaded the full data set and the appropriate software Fan Wu had used to claim the discovery of SARS-CoV-2, and then repeated Wu’s procedures. He returned to Dr. Lanka a clear refutation of the basic reasoning used to conclude that a novel virus had ever been discovered at all.

To understand this stunning work, one must understand the basic tenets of how Fan Wu and his colleagues ever claimed to have sequenced a virus in the first place. What they did is not a-traditional in the field of virology, but once understood, it beggars the imagination how such a sequence of steps could ever have been accepted as the central basis upon which to claim anything at all, let alone a scientific field, let alone the terrorizing and shutting down of the entire world.

The Self-Sufficient Li... Seymour, John Best Price: $20.68 Buy New $22.99 (as of 09:13 UTC - Details) Some background: By the 1980s, virology still had yet to find and isolate a single virus (it still hasn’t), and had changed little since its seminal claims in the 1950’s that placing snot mixed with antibiotics on monkey kidney cells proved the existence of a virus in the snot if the kidney cells deteriorated – ignoring the many other reasons such deterioration might take place. The second, and frankly, only other significant process done in virology at the time was taking photographs of obliterated snot under an electron-micrograph. If “virologists” saw circles (or another predetermined shape) in the imagery, they claimed this was further proof that a “virus” had been found – again ignoring the problem that they had no reason to conclude that their theoretical “viruses” were the only possible reason one might see a circle or another predetermined shape.

The obvious inconclusiveness and gaping logical flaws of these “experiments” was perhaps beginning to wear thin and the field had made few advancements upon the imagination of the public sphere.

When the computer revolution emerged simultaneously with the study of genomics, virology cast about for a way to study its theorized (yet still never found, isolated or proven to exist) particles using the new technology.

It’s worth noting that this was an entirely different process than what was used more generally in genomics. In other fields of genomics, one began with an actual isolated sample of the material in question (e.g a HORSE, a FLY, or a strain of BACTERIA, etc.) and catalogued what RNA could be found consistently in the isolated sample of such material. However, in virology, as they never had an actual sample of a  “virus” in question, isolated from the rest of human fluid, all they could do was catalogue the entirety of the genetic material in their snot samples, and then take guesses as to what their imagined virus might be made from.

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