Stefan Lanka and bacteriophage

Steven Avery

Does he ever mention the lack of science in the replication theory?




It is important to note that the theories of fight
and infection were accepted and highly praised by
a majority of the specialists only if and when the
countries or regions where they lived were also
suffering from war and adversity. In times of peace,
other concepts dominated the world of science.2
It is very important to note that the theory of ►
infection - starting from Germany - has only been
globalized through the third Reich, when the Jew-
ish researchers, most of which had opposed and
refuted the politically exploited theories of infec-
tion, were removed from their positions.5


About the alleged proof of pathogenic viruses

The “bacteriophages”, correctly defined as incomplete mini spores and building blocks of the bacteria, have been scientifically isolated, while the supposed pathogenic viruses have never been observed in humans or animals or in their body fluids and have never been isolated and subsequently biochemically analysed. To date, none of the researchers involved in this kind of work seems to have realised this.

The use of the electron microscope and the biochemistry were very slowly returning to normal after 1945 and no one had realised that not one pathogenic virus had ever been isolated in humans or animals; thus, as of 1949 researchers started applying the same idea used for the (bacterio) phages, in order to replicate the human and animal “viruses”. John Franklin Enders, born in 1897 in the family of a rich financier, was active in various fraternities after having finished his studies, then he worked as a real estate agent and studied foreign languages for four years before turning to bacterial virology, which fascinated him.
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Steven Avery

Frank Visser

"The only viruses he acknowledges to exist are bacteriophages ("bacterium eaters"), which he interpretes in his own peculiar way"

Here is a quote from Stefan Lanka:


Virology: State of the Art (2015)
Stefan Thomas Josef Lanka

The “bacteriophages”, correctly defined as incomplete mini spores and building blocks of the bacteria, have been scientifically isolated ...


That does not remotely sound like a foreign, external virus that hijacks bacteria replication, and which is part of a process that destroys bacteria.

So either you have some other material from Stefan Lanka, which you can share, or you are misrepresenting his position on bacteriophages.

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Virus, It's Time to Go


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Steven Avery

Waring Blender as a supposed proof of cell hijacking (bacteria)

John Montalbano
The Hershey and Chase "Waring Blender" experiment showed how viruses inject DNA into and hijack host cells, in 1952.

The Hershey-Chase Experiments (1952), by Alfred Hershey and Martha Chase
By: Victoria Hernandez
Published: 2019-06-23