Kevin McKernan on the fraudulent nature of peer review, and responses to the Corman-Drosten Review


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Bretigne Shaffer Podcast

The last time Kevin McKernan was on the show, he told us about the (devastating) review of the Corman-Drosten PCR methodology that he co-authored. In this episode, he talks about some of the fallout from the review, including a scathing, but imprecise, attack from PCR expert Dr. Stephen Bustin – why that attack is puzzling, and what it tells us about the state of peer review.

My previous episode with Kevin, talking about the Corman-Drosten Review, is here.

The Corman-Drosten Review Report (with comments) is here, and the addendum is here.

“Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR”, by Corman, Drosten, et al, is here.

The interview with Stephen Bustin, on Planetwaves, is here.

Information on the Michelle Cedillo case can be found here, and the court transcript is here.

I spoke with Kevin last April about problems with the peer review process, and “revolutionizing peer review with blockchain”, here.

…and about some of the problems with PCR testing, here.

You can find Kevin on Twitter.

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