No I stated that the methods were scientifically proven to a high level of probability.According to your argument the peer review process proves thet the Science methodology worked and the european methods failed because they did not find anything.The peer review studies the european studies actually recieved do not evaluate accuracy just reproducibility as I have told you many times before.Actually only one European study recieved any kind of peer review process.Your logic just gets you into a mess
Wrong about the european methods. They could detect XMRV in the positive control i think. I did not check now, but i'm pretty sure it's that way. And probably they also returned a negative result for the negative control.
But that was my last reply to that discussion. If you reply to this, i will not continue. Your choice.