Originally Posted by MyLilPwny
I don't believe in Germ Theory. I believe in Cellular Theory/Pleomorphic Theory, based on Bechamp's research. Pasteur admitted on his deathbed that his Germ Theory was wrong: "Bernard acail raison; le terrain c’est tout, le germe c’est rien.”
Whereupon time ceased. I'm always puzzled as to why this canard gets trotted out in the first place. Even if it were true (when anyone bothers to provide a citation, it's usually fourth-hand by way of Marie Nonclercq, who is claimed to have found it in De Claude Bernard a d'Arsonval
by Léon Delhoume, but which passage never seems to properly turn up; the biography by René Vallery-Radot, who was more likely than any of the foregoing to have been there, omits this shocking revelation
), what difference would it make?