Monthly Archives: March 2012

Sherwood Rowland Showed Naysayers, Won Nobel

His warnings of aerosol danger met deaf ears, even at Nature Classic case of realist in science ostracized Vindicated, he understood disdain and why The case of F. Sherwood Rowland, who died on March 10, Saturday, of Parkinsons, is a … Continue reading

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Celia Farber’s New Blog Carries Revealing State Department Text on “HIV/AIDS”

CDC Admits HIV/AIDS Not Infectious Threat But It Always Was Laughable Fiction A Child’s Guide to Why HIV/AIDS IS Impossible Lest we forget, the CDC and the State Department over two years ago agreed that HIV/AIDS really wasn’t an infectious … Continue reading

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‘The Scientist’ Smears Duesberg in Censorship Story

Economist Nicoli Nattrass Represents Censorship as Serving Science But She References Excellent Duesberg Journal Article for All to Read Let’s See If Our Corrective Comment Gets OK’d David Crowe who runs the best site of the Web for the latest … Continue reading

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