virions in the gazillions

Steven Avery

Alix Farrell
John Blaid
A fellow 'Truther' (you could call) been pushing this out there. I'm sure you have seen it?

"Pathogen Denial & Exosome Hypothesis of Viruses Debunked For Good"
Ron Sender, Yinon M. Bar-On, Avi Flamholz, Shmuel Gleizer, Biana Bernsthein, Rob Phillips, Ron Milo
What do you think?
This means upon replication of the virus within the cell, virions, little viral particles of dna or rna get released from the cell as exosomes. Virions are exosomes, but native cellular exosomes are NEVER virions.

So what happened to cell bursting? (lysis).
And are these virions not actually the supposedly replicated viruses?

They try to avoid describing the cell bursting theory because it is absurd and there is no evidence for the supposed hijacking of the cell's replication power by a "virus", thus causing the supposed burst (yet this is intrinsic to the life-cycle of the virus theory.)

The total number and mass of SARS-CoV-2 virions in an infected person
Nov, 2020

Here we integrate the best current knowledge about the abundance of potential SARS-CoV-2 host cells and typical concentrations of virions in bodily fluids to estimate the total number and mass of SARS-CoV-2 virions in an infected person. We estimate that each infected person carries 109-1011 virions during peak infection, with a total mass of about 1 μg-0.1 mg, which curiously implies that all SARS-CoV-2 virions currently in the world have a mass of only 0.1-1 kg.

Thus the virion is not debris in their theory, it is the actual complete virus particle, outside the cell. If a cell bursts due to virus replication, there should be gazillions of viruses, easy to culture with a full genome. Never done.

the complete, infective form of a virus outside a host cell, with a core of RNA or DNA and a capsid.

So why is the article talking of:
"little viral particles of dna or rna"

Nothing ever makes sense in the fake science of virology.

Same type of stuff here.

John Blaid
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