Piltdown AIDS

Brian M Burkhart burkhart at hwi.buffalo.edu
Thu Feb 5 10:51:33 EST 1998


Also, you must remember that the effectiveness of the virus is different
from strain to strain. It is very possible that the old strain had very
poor transmissibility and thus the doubling hypothesis is invalid.  This
scenario is very likely as a related report demonstrated a new strain
that is more closely realted to simian retrovirus than to the human HIV.

The most likely cause of AIDS is the 'invasion' of the African rain
forest niches by large numbers of explorers and wartime participants
(WWII) who then brought these viruses out inadvertantly, not a
government laboratory.  This ridiculous conspiracy theory presumes that
science is MUCH farther along than it actually is.


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Brian M Burkhart, Ph.D.
Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute
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