XTRA: Dr. Stefan Lanka Studied Virology, Only to Conclude that Viruses Don’t Exist
April 22nd, 2016

Don’t call Dr. Stefan Lanka a virologist; he no longer believes that viruses even exist. On April 12, “How Positive Are You” co-host David Crowe interviewed this iconoclastic German scientist on “The Infectious Myth” at the Progressive Radio Network (PRN).  Listen HERE.


HPAY last visited the issue in December 2013, in its controversial Episode 74 with Dawn Lester and David Parker of the U.K.’s “Nature of Reality” group. We’re not sure where we stand on it, but the debate should continue.

David’s discussion with Dr. Lanka ranged from problems with the “HIV” theory of “AIDS,” Dr. Lanka’s experiments with “a virus-like object” inside algae, and a lawsuit over the measles virus. Writes David:

When Lanka put up a monetary prize for someone who could prove the measles virus existed, a doctor came forwards with six classic measles papers, although stunningly, Lanka reports that the doctor didn’t feel he needed to read them. Lanka lost the first court case, but won on appeal. [Emphasis added.]

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