THE INFECTIOUS MYTH BUSTED: Here is something you will never see in the news. During the 1918 Spanish Flu which is considered to be the most contagious "virus" of all, researchers for the Public Health Service and the U.S. Navy tried to determine what caused the flu and how infectious it was. The results of their experiments proved that the flu is not infectious at all: "Perhaps the most interesting epidemiological studies conducted during the 1918–1919 pandemic were the human experiments conducted by the Public Health Service and the U.S. Navy under the supervision of Milton Rosenau on Gallops Island, the quarantine station in Boston Harbor, and on Angel Island, its counterpart in San Francisco. The experiment began with 100 VOLUNTEERS from the Navy WHO HAD NO HISTORY OF INFLUENZA. Rosenau was the first to report on the experiments conducted at Gallops Island in November and December 1918.69 His first volunteers received FIRST ONE STRAIN and THEN SEVERAL STRAINS of Pfeiffer's bacillus BY SPRAY AND SWABS INTO THEIR NOSES AND THROATS AND THEN INTO THEIR EYES. When that procedure FAILED TO PRODUCE DISEASE, OTHERS WERE INOCULATED WITH MIXTURES OF OTHER ORGANISMS ISOLATED FROM THE THROATS AND NOSES OF INFLUENZA PATIENTS. Next, SOME volunteers RECEIVED INJECTIONS OF BLOOD FROM INFLUENZA PATIENTS. Finally, 13 of the volunteers were taken into an influenza ward and exposed to 10 influenza patients each. EACH VOLUNTEER WAS TO SHAKE HANDS WITH EACH PATIENT, to TALK WITH HIM AT CLOSE RANGE, AND TO PERMIT HIM TO COUGH DIRECTLY INTO HIS FACE. NONE OF THE VOLUNTEERS IN THESE EXPERIMENTS DEVELOPED INFLUENZA. Rosenau was clearly puzzled, and he cautioned against drawing conclusions from negative results. He ended his article in JAMA with a telling acknowledgement: “We entered the outbreak with a notion that we knew the cause of the disease, and were quite sure we knew how it was transmitted from person to person. PERHAPS, IF WE HAVE LEARNED ANYTHING, IT IS THAT WE ARE NOT QUITE SURE WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE DISEASE.”69 (p. 313) The research conducted at Angel Island and that continued in early 1919 in Boston broadened this research by INOCULATING WITH the MATHERS STREPTOCOCCUS AND BY INCLUDING A SEARCH FOR FILTER-PASSING AGENTS, BUT IT PRODUCED SIMILAR NEGATIVE RESULTS.70–72 IT SEEMED THAT WHAT WAS ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE ONE OF THE MOST CONTAGIOUS OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES COULD NOT BE TRANSFERRED UNDER EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS."!po=60.7527 And then there's this: Influenza Studies III. Attempts to Cultivate Filtrable Viruses from Cases of Influenza and Common Colds Sara E Branham, Ivan C Hall The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 143-149, 1921 "THESE EXPERIMENTS OFFER NO EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF THE THEORY THAT THE CAUSE OF EITHER COMMON COLDS OR INFLUENZA IS A FILTRABLE VIRUS. In attempting to cultivate filtrable viruses from the nasopharyngeal secretions in colds and influenza, NO BODIES WERE FOUND IN THE "CULTURES" WHICH COULD NOT BE FOUND ALSO IN THOSE FROM NORMAL PERSONS, IN CONTROLS IN ALL SIMPLE MEDIUMS EXAMINED, AND ON BLANK SLIDES. It is recognized that negative experiments, limited to the attempted cultivation of a filtrable virus, and including no attempts to reproduce the disease in animals, do not offer conclusive evidence that such a virus is not involved. No conclusions can be drawn concerning influenza, on account of the few cases examined, together with the fact that samples of such were not collected during the earliest stages of the disease. However, THE UNIFORMLY NEGATIVE RESULTS OBTAINED WITH A LARGE AND REPRESENTATIVE NUMBER OF COLDS ARE NOT WITHOUT SIGNIFICANCE." Evidence continues to prove social distancing and herd immunity are unnecessary agendas based on the myth that "viruses" are contagious which has no basis in reality.