Earlier in the thread I demonstrated that one of the tables in the Stopworldcontrol web page ,inked by TweetTweet was completely fake. I also wrote:
Kilkis wrote:...How much other fake data is contained in the presentation? A puzzle for you. The Espacenet table immediately above the WITS table, purporting to show that Rothschild patented a test method for COVID-19 in 2015 is also a fake. See if you can work it out.
Nobody seems to have tried but in case anybody is interested here is reality with links to all relevant data. It is useful to see how these conspiracy theorists deceive you.
Firstly there is a Richard A Rothschild but I have no idea if he is part of the banking Rothschild family who tend to feature in all conspiracy theories. If you search for patents by Rothschild there are over 3,000 and I am pretty sure they are not all part of the banking family. The one in the article is based in London. He did indeed file a patent application in conjunction with Dan Macklin of Stafford, Robin S. Slomkowski and Taska Harnischfeger both of Eugene, Oregon. The initial provisional application was indeed filed on 13 October 2015. Wow it all looks real doesn’t it? Sadly not.
Firstly he filed the patent application in the US not in the Netherlands as stated in the article. The Dutch web site shown in the presentation is not the Dutch patent office it is a Dutch version of a European patent data base that allows you to search for patents virtually anywhere in the world.
I can’t find the original provisional application but he also filed a continuation on 13 October 2016, perhaps because provisional applications expire after 1 year, and then a full application on 24 April 2017 https://patents.justia.com/patent/20170229149
. The patent relates to a system for displaying biometric data and in particular collecting it using a mobile phone and computers so it can be synchronised to other data such as video data. This application incorporates the 2015 original provisional application and the 2016 continuation in full. If you search the document you will find no mention of COVID-19 so it was not mentioned in 2015, 2016 or 2017.
Subsequently on 11 February 2019 the same group of people filed another US patent application https://patents.justia.com/patent/20190325914
relating to the same system of monitoring biometric data. Again the word COVID does not appear anywhere in the application.
Next on 5 December 2019 the same group filed another application concerning the same system https://patents.justia.com/patent/20200126593
Again there is no mention of COVID.
Finally on 17 May 2020, I repeat 17 May 2020, the same group made another application concerning the same system but this time mentioning its use in the treatment of COVID-19 https://patents.justia.com/patent/20200279585
The Dutch data base contains the 2015 date because that is where the whole patent process started for this particular system. It is the first citation. COVID did not appear until May 2020. It is also worth noting that the system does not test for COVID-19 as the presentation linked by TweetTweet says. It is used in the monitoring of biometric data from patients who have COVID-19. It can be used with any biometric sensors, e.g. pulse oximeter, blood pressure monitor, thermometer etc, collect the data for analysis and synchronised display. It could be used in the clinical diagnosis of any disease where the diagnosis is based on datas from instrumentation.
Please don’t forget that the presentation has been 100 % Fact Checked so it all must be true.
PS If you use the “find on this page” function to search for COVID it will find a match on all the above links. That is because the Justia Patents web site has a “COVID-19 Update control button at the top of every page. On all except the last link that is the only reference found. On the last link it finds it in the document.