On 23 Sep 1998 20:19:37 GMT, carlton at walleye.ccbr.umn.edu (Carlton
>In article <learn-2309981142390001 at tench.microbiol.washington.edu>,
>Jerry Learn <learn at u.washington.edu> wrote:
>>>> chemists who criticize the virology and immunology. By the way.
>>> What *has* Mullis done lately (besides creating a totally data-
>>> free model of AIDS pathogenesis)?
>>>>>I did a check of Medline this morning, and the only thing that I can find
>>since 1992 from him is the above mentioned paper (A hypothetical disease
>>of the immune system that may bear some relation to the acquired immune
>>deficiency syndrome. Genetica 95(1-3):195-197).
>>Yeah, that's the data free model I referred to. His "immune network
>overload" theory. A good armchair quarter back think piece, but not
>credible as an alternative explanation of AIDS etiology.
>Isn't it interesting that you discount data free models because you
need them so bad to massage the data to get what you want. Remember
what Mark Twain said about statistics. jb