Monday, November 06, 2006

What we never hear about AIDS

It's common knowledge that HIV is the cause of AIDS, that it's sexually transmitted and that there's no known cure. Arguing against that can cost you dearly if you're a scientist (not to mention cause people to give you a very wide berth at parties). When world renowned virologist, Peter Duesberg, had the gall to question the efficacy of the virus testing process of the first supposed isolators of HIV, he was widely ex-communicated from the scientific community and denied future grant money to continue his research.

That kind of stuff should really make us sit up and take notice. Any fact that is incontrovertible can certainly withstand the scrutiny, can't it? But the complete ostracization of the would be scrutinizers is surely proof that there is more going on here than we are being led to believe. At the very least, we should take a closer, objective look. We'll do that today on Thinking With Somebody Else's Head.

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