1 – Deer Island – 150 U.S. Public Health Service Experiments from 1919 prove that disease is not transmittable:
Taken from the book ‘Fasting and Man’s correct diet’ – by R.B.Pearson 1921
“A number of different experiments were made on 68 volunteers from US naval detention training camp on deer Island.
Several groups of men were inoculated with pure cultures of Pfeiffer’s bacillus, with secretions from the upper respiratory passages, and with blood from typical cases of influenza. About 30 men had the germs sprayed or swabbed in nose and throat.
They say of the results: “in no instance was an attack of influenza produced in any one of the subjects. “
10 more men were taken to the bedside of 10 new cases of influenza, spent 45 minutes with them, and each well man had 10 sick men cough in his face.
They say of these cases: “none of these volunteers developed any symptoms of influenza following this experiment.”
In another article the results of similar experiments in San Francisco are described.
In his experiments one group of 10 men had emulsifying cultures of Pfeiffer’s bacillus with no results in seven days observations.
Other groups of men ( 40 in all ) Received emotions of secretions from the upper respiratory passages of active cases of influenza which were instilled into nose by medicine dropper or atomizer.
Of these it says: “In every case the results were negative so far is the reproduction of influenza is concerned. The men were all observed for seven days after inoculation. “
Last, but not least, Dr. John B Fraser, in an article entitled “do germs cause disease? “In the physical culture magazine for May, 1919, says that experiments carried out in Toronto in 1911, 1912 in 1913 prove that germs only appear after the onset of the disease and goes on to say “and this fact lead to the supposition that germs were simply a by product of disease and possibly harmless “
He also describes experiments where millions of germs were fed to patients in their food, or swabbed over the tonsils and soft palate, under the tongue and in the nostrils, and still no evidence of disease was discernible.
The Germs used in the experiment included the germs of diphtheria, pneumonia, typhoid fever, meningitis and tuberculosis and no evidence of the diseases have developed in nearly 5 years.
He says: “during the years 1914 through 1918, 150 experiments were carried out carefully and scientifically and yet absolutely no signs of disease followed.”
Now this evidence refutes the idea that we can catch a virus and that there can be virus pandemics.” — The Natural Human Diet (‘Fasting and Man’s correct diet’ – by R.B.Pearson 1921)
2 – These experiments are discussed in a book by E.W. Cordingley, M.D:
“Medical doctors are working on the germ theory of disease… But the germ theory is already weakening and is due for being thrown aside. Dr. Fraser of Canada and Dr. Powell of California have experimented with billions of germs of all varieties, but they have been unable to produce a single disease by the introduction of germs into human subjects. Dr. Waite tried for years to prove the germ theory, but he could not do so. During the World War an experiment was conducted at Gallop’s Island Massachusetts, in which millions of influenza germs were injected into over one hundred men at the Government hospital, and no one got the flu. Germs are scavengers.” — Principles and Practice of Naturopathy. E.W. Cordingley, M.D.., N.D.,A.M.
3 – Boston and San Francisco – The Failed Infection Attempts – Also discussed here in the book, Virus Mania, by Torsten Engelbrecht et al
In order to be able to better assess the puzzling mass disease, an attempt to a simulated infection was undertaken with volunteers in Boston in November 1918. These were 62 healthy sailors charged with delinquency and sent to prison. They had been promised a pardon under the condition that they take part in an experiment. 39 of them had not had influenza, so the theory was that they would be particularly susceptible to infection and illness. But the results proved nothing of the sort, as American scientific journalist Gina Kolata describes in her book Influenza (Kalata, Gina, Influenza. Die Jagd nach dem Virus, Fischer, 2003):
“Navy doctors collected the mucus from men who were desperately ill from the flu, gathering thick viscous secretions from their noses and throats. They sprayed mucus from flu patients into the noses and throats of some men and dropped it into other men’s eyes. In one attempt, they swabbed mucus from the back of the nose of a man with the flu and then directly swabbed one patient’s nasal septum and rubbed it directly onto the nasal septum of one of the volunteers.
Trying to simulate what happens naturally when people are exposed to flu victims, the doctors took ten of the volunteers onto the hospital ward where men were dying of the disease. The sick men lay huddled on their narrow beds, burning with fever, drifting in and out of sleep in a delirium. The ten healthy men were given their instructions: each was to walk up to the bed of a sick man and draw near him, lean into his face, breathe in his fetid breath, and chat with him for five minutes. To be sure that the healthy man had had a full exposure to the sick man’s disease, the sick man was to exhale deeply while the healthy man drew the sick man’s breath directly into his own lungs. Finally, the flu victim coughed five times in the volunteer’s face.
Each healthy volunteer repeated these actions with ten different flu patients. Each flu patient had been seriously ill for no more than three days-a period when the virus or whatever it was that was causing the flu should still be around in his mucus, in his nose, in his lungs.
But not a single healthy man got sick.”
A comparable experiment, carried out under much stricter conditions, took place in San Francisco, with 50 imprisoned sailors. But, once again, the results did not correspond with what the doctors had expected:
“Scientists were stunned. If these healthy volunteers did not get infected with influenza despite doctors’ best efforts to make them ill, then what was causing this disease? How, exactly, did people get the flu?” – Virus Mania pages, 226-227.http://entityart.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/boston-flu-experi... 768w, http://entityart.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/boston-flu-experi... 1502w" sizes="(max-width: 1024px) 100vw, 1024px" />