Statement From Eric Coppolino
Sept 3. [I was asked to put two posts back--here is one of the two)
Editor’s note: I am (again) in transit. I emailed Eric Coppolino and his core crew this morning to let me know if I had misrepresented anything. I would like harmony to emerge from this. I keep feeling there is something we, collectively, do not yet know. Right now I can’t quite sort out what is happening, or why, or how to make it better, not worse.
Meanwhile: Eric sent me this, and I am publishing it.
If anybody else has conflicting information, or additional information, I’ll publish that too. I am officially still very concerned about the energetic fallout of a situation like this.
Here is Eric Coppolino’s latest statement:
Sat, Sep 3 at 11:22 AM
Statement about Poornima Wagh coverage, Sept. 3, 2022
“Poornima Wagh is not saying she merely attended the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and did not get a degree, as some suggest is possible. She is saying she received two degrees. There is no trace of them anywhere inside or outside her claimed institution. She claims credentials she does not have. She also said that a faculty member “pulled strings” to get her her doctorates.
”Wagh is special as she is claiming a double doctorate from LSHTM, and NIH (United States federal government) affiliation — the area where Anthoni Fauci serves as well. She claimed to have spoken to then-CDC director James Redfield personally, whom she claimed in one interview, order her to quash the results other study “proving" non-isolation.
”She claims to have personally proved the nonexistence of the virus from an astounding 1,500 samples of lung lavage from “covid positive” pneumonia patients — and to have written a scientific paper about this that she will not produce.
Then she says her backing data was taken by the FBI even though she was proceeding under NIH go-ahead.
”Then top presenters such as Lee Merritt and Regis Tremblay ran her up the flagpole unquestioned, and then nobody points out the gross errors in her statements. Then they don’t retract her broadcasts. Merritt is even defending her.
”This story is about standards and practices in the new media as much as anything.Problematic Scientific Assertions: Ignorance of Multiple Sequences
”Regarding her “scientific" assertions, the opinions of a scientist are not the findings of science. All scientists must present their data if their claims are to be accepted. That is the whole point of science.
”Apart from any specific and unverifiable experiment she claims to have conducted, let’s consider just one detail that is verifiable.
”In our discussion on Friday, Aug. 26, 2022, Wagh — while claiming to be an accredited virologist and infectious disease specialist — said this was the first time she was hearing that there were multiple in silico sequences of SARS-CoV-2!
”She said she thought there was only "Patient Zero” (who was actually claimed to be an AIDS patient and who died in 1984). And that, she says, is what she was trying to match against in her experiment on 756 lavage samples.
”She had no idea there were multiples even though she claimed to be using the Blast database, where most of them are!
”Corman and Dosten in their Jan. 23, 2020 Eurosurveillance paper establishing the World Health Organization’s PCR assay said they used six in silico sequences. Like it or not, it is one of the most famous papers in the history of virology, and it was world famous out of the gate. It “proved” the “reality” of the “pandemic” and the “test."
”In fact by that same week (the last week in January 2020) there were at least 28 in silico sequences of “SARS-CoV-2” documented. Today there are 12 million versions of in silico "SARS-CoV-2” transcripts deposited into genetic libraries.
”This is the whole problem. There is no original to match against — and everyone knows this.
”Someone claiming to be working as a virus investigator — tasked with finding the particle — under the authority of the federal government — says she not only did not know that at the time of her experiment; she did not now it in late 2022.
”She admitted openly that she heard about multiple versions of in silico sequences from me — for the first time, last week. She thought there was just one, on the day there were 12 million.
”This is like someone getting on TV claiming to be an orthopedics expert and claiming the femur is in the elbow — that there are 16 bones in each foot.”
Eric F. Coppolino
Planet Waves FM - Pacifica Radio network