Ok, check this out everyone... I'm not sure what to think here... I took a class last semester (Biochemistry), and my teacher introduced a man named David Rasnick Ph.D., and showed us a video discussing the idea that the AIDS epidemic is not actually an epidemic (I apologize in advance for offending anyone that may have had a family member or friend die of AIDS, however I am simply curious and am searching for the truth here). David Rasnick, and other scientists claim that AIDS is a collection of viruses, rather than one particular one that keeps mutating; he also claims that there is no reason to believe that HIV causes AIDS. Check out these links to get informed:
David Rasnick interviews with a magazine:
A televised interview:
Yeah I have: take a look:
I'll play ball. Let's go with the theory that HIV/AIDS is just a fabricated problem. What is the motive? Who profits off of the scam? It makes no sense. Is there really that much money to be made off of the production of HIV meds? Or perhaps this is just a giant farce perpetuated by condom manufacturers?
It just does not make any sense.
I'm still keeping an eye on Trojan! I mean, they even bought out the Pope somehow.
Well, partially, at least.
First,I would read Dr.Peter Duesberg's well documented book on HIV.To be fair to him as he has spent years of research on this 'disease.'After all he is the 'father of the retro virus' as he was the one who was the first scientist that 'mapped' this type of virus!
I have seen people who debated his ideas not being fully conversant with his massive research.He is a genius.His credentials are impeccable.
Athesits are always complaining they are misunderstood,etc.;yet I see them cajol a scientist and/or a subject they too don't understand! Be fair.Learn all you can about his work then post!!! Sometimes the minority can be correct.Learn from history.
The medical profession has reveresd itself literally thousands of times over the years!
Sometimes the minority can be correct.Learn from history.
Atheists are a minority. Just sayin'.