Viruses cannot enter through the skin or eyes. Such vectors do not work because the mucus membranes and the immune system discard small amounts of foreign proteins such as viruses.
Viruses cannot enter through wounds because we bleed outwardly, not inwardly.
Viruses do not ‘exist’ outside of petri-dish solutions or a living body.
Viruses cannot function without a host cell that manufactures them and encodes them, and viruses cannot replicate without a host cell.
Viruses do not ‘infect’ or ‘invade’ cells. They are not alive to do so in the first place.
Viruses almost never dissolve living tissue, unless in specific circumstances such as polio and degenerative nervous system diseases where metal toxicity is present.
Viruses’ primary function is to dissolve dead matter.
Cells produce different viral strains depending on the condition of the tissue involved.
There are 320,000 viral strains inherent to the human body, and each cell contains the viral protein makeup to manufacture each strain when the body calls for it.
Viruses are sequenced/encoded by blood cells via RNA/DNA to break down specific dead and dying tissue and waste.
Viruses are very specific protein structures.
Coughing, sneezing, and spitting is not a vector for the transmission of viruses. Saliva and mucus membranes break down any such particles.
Skin is not a vector either because viruses cannot cross dead skin layers.
Viruses are a result of internal toxicity caused by the environment.
Viruses are cyclical in animals.
Viruses feed upon waste products in the blood and tissue.