INTEGRAL WORLD: EXPLORING THEORIES OF EVERYTHING
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Frank Visser, graduated as a psychologist of culture and religion, founded IntegralWorld.net in 1997. He worked as production manager for various publishing houses and as service manager for various internet companies and lives in Amsterdam. Author of “Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion” (SUNY Press, 2003), which has been translated into 7 languages, and of 175+ essays on this website.
The Corona Conspiracy
Combatting Disinformation about the Coronavirus
To all those who claim SARS-CoV-2or any virusdoes not exist: the virosphere consists of 4 realms, 9 kingdoms, 16 phyla, 2 subphyla, 36 classes, 55 orders, 8 suborders, 168 families, 103 subfamilies, 1421 genera, 68 subgenera, 6590 species. Take that. https://talk.ictvonline.org/taxonomy/
THE CORONA CONSPIRACY
Combatting Disinformation About the Coronavirus
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Part 1: Corona, Oxygen, 5G: The Paranoid Worldview of David Icke
Part 2: Debunking Andrew Kaufman's Virus Equals Exosome Hypothesis
Part 3: We Need to Talk about Exosomes
Part 4: Why Viruses are Not Exosomes
Part 5: The Alternative Facts of Virus Denialism
Part 6: The Subtle Science of Whole Genome Sequencing
Part 7: Stefan Lanka's Vanishing Virus Act
Part 8: Coping with Corona: The Cautious vs. The Reckless
Part 9: Andrew Kaufman's Take on the Pandemic That Wasn't
Part 10: Between Alarmism and Denialism
Part 11: David Icke and the Method in the Madness
Part 12: How the Coronavirus Conquered the World
Part 13: To Test or Not to Test, That's the Question
Part 14: Pandemic, Infodemic, Scamdemic, Plandemic?
Part 15: The "Chromosome 8 Bombshell Evidence" Canard
Part 16: What's Up With These Koch's Postulates?
Part 17: Was the SARS-CoV-2 virus created in a lab?
Part 18: QAnon, When Conspirituality Meets Politics
Part 19: Thomas Cowan and "The Myth of Contagion"
A summary of early parts of this series has appeared in the Dutch magazine Skepter 33(3), Autumn 2020, as "Viruses don't exist" (covering Parts 1-5).
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