In 1933, a UFO allegedly crashed in Italy which was covered up by the secret organisation RS/33. At the end of the war, the debris would have been seized by the Americans. Documents from the 1930s would be evidence, but their authenticity is questionable.
Some confusion about the date of an interview Desmet gave led to accusations of deliberate manipulation on my part. Upon ascertaining the actual recording date, however, it appears that Mattias Desmet gave a false excuse for his statements in his interview with Alex Jones that led to uproar in the media.
Prof Mattias Desmet claims to have seen with his own eyes open-heart surgery in Belgian university hospitals, performed under hypnosis without any anaesthesia. For once we have to agree with Alex Jones: “Unbelievable!”
The ‘consortium’ that’s attacking the Corman-Drosten PCR-test has published an mathematically flawed article on which they base the claim that number of false positives is huge in PCR tests for the coronavirus.
A number of self-proclaimed PCR experts are attempting to have the first scientific article describing a PCR test for the coronavirus withdrawn. A look at their arguments and at their background.
Soon after Meyer’s sudden death in 1998, rumours started. Were the Belgian investors he was dining with on that fatal evening actually killers send to poison him to make sure that his invention could not longer threaten the interests of the fossil fuels industry? Now more than twenty years later, one of these investors, Philippe Vandemoortele, tells what actually happened.
A myth promoted by antivaxxers claims that an experimental vaccine was the main cause of pneumonia in patients with the 1918 influenza. This can’t be true as the vaccine was based on different bacteria than those found in the patients.