Friday, February 24, 2006

Discussion Topic

I'm interested in knowing what the people who read Glaivester think about Peter Duesberg.

I think that his theory that HIV does not cause AIDS is wrong, but Donald W. Miller, Jr. has a piece on that argues that he is likely correct, and I can't find too much fault with what he says, assuming that the factual information he cites for support are accurate. On the other hand, a person can make a reasonable sounding argument that colds are caused by little monkey who play in your nose, so the fact that he sounds reasonable doesn't mean I should trust what he writes.

Anyone have any thoughts, or any commentary on Dr. Miller's article?

That is all.

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