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https://www.drrobertyoung.com/post/university-of-western-australia-no-record-of-isolation-or-purification-of-cov-by-anyone-ever

A court order was indeed delivered to the university of WA and the response from the university was accurate. This is enough evidence for me and for a court of law in Australia I would think. Can anyone contradict this proof?

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Well let's look at the title of the page:

University of Western Australia - NO Record of Isolation or Purification of CoV By Anyone Ever!

As proof of this claim, they show the response of a FOI request made to University of Western Australia. The request, in part, asks for all the evidence they have of any study or research by anyone/anywhere. The University's response on that point is to point out that it is out of the scope of a FOI request for them to be responsive to an anyone/anywhere search. (The document on the page is an image and I, frankly, don't feel like retyping it all out.)

So just on the face of what is claimed, by simply reading your own "proof", it fails to meet what is claimed. The most you can claim is not that Covid doesn't exist, not that there no record of isolation by anyone ever but simply that the University of Western Australia has seemingly not done it.


Here are papers about the isolation of the virus.

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    The reply also states that many documents were found, but none within the exacting scope of the request. In other words, the FOI requester has made their own definition of 'isolated' for which no documents were found, and concluded that therefore there is no virus. Oct 14 at 15:01
  • I was just attempting to format the document response - this however is a much better way to present this information.
    – Zibbobz
    Oct 14 at 15:36
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    @WeatherVane: the request actually required the virus be purified by specific methods and that no PCR and no cell cultures be used. Which is rather ridiculous, but it's actually a good reason to close the Q as duplicate as it was, in fact.
    – Fizz
    Oct 14 at 16:06
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    No cell cultures to grow a virus?! That's like asking for proof that a radio can work without electromagnetic radiation, then when someone doesn't deliver one, you claim radios don't work.
    – user253751
    Oct 15 at 10:31
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    @user253751 more like asking for proof of radio waves without using a radio to propagate them Oct 16 at 10:59

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