September 12, 2021

Are viruses parasites and why? I’ve read conflicti...

Question:

Are viruses parasites and why? I’ve read conflicting answers. Some say Yes while others say No. If they are not parasites, what is the difference between parasite and a virus? Is it similar to a protozoa? And what is the current theory & good explanation about what Sars-Cov2 is?

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Terrain answer:

in my view, no viruses are not parasites

Dr Stefan Lanka established that he was able to produce virus material in a lab setting by simply taking tissue and exposing the tissue to antibiotics

This indicates that virus material is not contagious and does not necessarily self-replicate – i.e., they are not parasites, they are cellular debris emitted when cells are in great distress and dying because their environment is too toxic

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Group participants comments:

Viruses do not exist at all.

The genomes are constructed “in silico” from a toxic impure cell culter gene fragments to match whatever template is loaded.


Viruses are non-living protein balls created by a cell to cleanse it of toxins.

Parasites are living creatures, some good, most bad.


VĂ­rus are exosomes celular debris.