There are three classifications of scientific & medical mindset when it comes to knowing about and understanding so-called “viruses”:
- Scientists and doctors who believe in and promote the mainstream hypothesis and narratives, which are the ones that support the status quo. Their motives and incentives may include: power, control, pride, ego, money, job security.
- Scientists and doctors who think “viruses” exist due to their traditional schooling and training, but they do not necessarily believe in and subscribe to the mainstream hypothesis and narratives. They are confused, not sure what to think, shifty in their views and understanding and will shy away or backdown from critical and empirical questioning – often closing with: “That is not my area of expertise.” They are still learning.
- Scientists and doctors who know and understand that there are no such things as “viruses.” They know the Latin origin of the word “virus” means “poison” and that there are no such things.