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Science Sold Out: Does HIV Really Cause AIDS? Paperback – January 2, 2007
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—John Lauritsen, author of Poison By Prescription: The AZT Story and The AIDS War
"Every mathematician knows that by changing the definition of something, you can change the entire truth about that thing. Rebecca Culshaw describes how the HIV = AIDS ‘orthodoxists’ have abused this idea. As in a shell game, they keep moving the definitions around, so that anything can be true and everyone will be confused. The abuse of science that has been documented here is itself very frightening. But when we learn that the standard treatment for HIV-positives—antiviral therapy—will substantially increase their risk of dying, it’s even scarier."
—Dan Fendel, professor of mathematics, emeritus, San Francisco State University
About the Author
Dr. Harvey Bialy has written the foreword to this book. Dr. Bialy is currently Scholar in Residence at National Autonomous University in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Prior to his retirement, he was founding editor of Nature Biotechnology, a sister journal to Nature. Dr. Bialy is author of Oncogenes, Aneuploidy, and AIDS: A Scientific Life and Times of Peter H. Duesberg.
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Top Customer Reviews
Thank You Professor Culshaw.
The previous reviewer (Kate Volpe) is typical of the AIDS apologists frequently described in the book. Her review employs the cliched propaganda of the status quo in a pathetic attempt to malign Dr. Culshaw's character, while carefully neglecting to deal the many salient issues that this book boldly addresses. Such underhanded tactics seem to be the norm when one defends HIV, for its also seems that the theory has proven to be quite devoid of tangible explanatory value. Furthermore, Ms. Volpe's exaggerated incredulity is simply appalling, and I shudder to think of a future where there are no more people still buying "these kind of books", for many more of these kinds of books - books that reveal unpopular truths - will be necessary if we are to have hope for the future, given the present state of things. Regardless, we need to restore rigor and objectivity to Science, and we can only do that by honestly assessing its present unsound condition. Removing the numerous conflicts of interests that are exemplar in HIV science is a good place to start.
Of course, we could all go merrily along our way, mindlessly believing the pollyanna spewed forth by rubes like Ms. Volpe, but I'll think we'll all be better served if there is a public examination of the disputed "facts" used in support of HIV.Read more ›
Readers might disagree with Culshaw's conclusion that the HIV hypothesis was always about behavior control and the disempowerment of homosexuals and blacks, with money and power only secondary motivations, but it is a welcome antidote to the perception that AIDS dissenters are themselves homophobic or racist in their intentions.
If anyone is willing to read just one "dissident" book about HIV/AIDS, this would be the ideal choice among some very worthy contenders.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It angers and saddens me that this slim volume of distortions and inaccuracies may mislead readers who do no further research into the topic of HIV and AIDS. Read morePublished on October 6, 2008 by S. Samuelson
This is a story about a math grad student who did her thesis on AIDS/HIV and discovered that there is no science behind the entire paradigm! Read morePublished on May 2, 2008 by Martin Barnes
This book is very disturbing. Its disturbing there are people who will read this book and make decisions about their health because of it. Read morePublished on October 1, 2007 by giraffe-friend
This book scares me. I read this book for a class and I will have to say that it has the potential to be quite dangerous to those who are in some way affected by HIV/AIDS and are... Read morePublished on September 27, 2007 by AMU
A great follow up to Peter Duesbergs "Inventing The Aids Virus" or as an eye opener for the uninitiated. Read morePublished on May 12, 2007 by Ed V. Stratford
Rebecca Culshaw is not a physician. She's not a person with HIV. She doesn't work for an HIV organization. She probably doesn't even know someone with HIV. Read morePublished on April 13, 2007 by Kate Volpe
Five stars is not enough. This book deserves a THOUSAND!
Finally a science book on HIV/AIDS that all can understand! Read more