More To Betty Martini
Jody K. Hirsh
Thu Aug 10 14:07:20 EST 1995
I would be glad to see the info you mentioned. However, the study that you
mentioned sounded like it was an abstract from a conference. To
scientists, this is still not acceptable. One needs to have an article
published in a refereed journal. I suppose you could then claim that there
was some sort of political conspiracy keeping it from getting published. I
just don't see or hear much about this until your posts here. (However I
have not looked). Scientists are naturally very skeptical and need a lot of
convincing. I want to see the data before I jump to conclusions.
I sincerely doubt the story about doing the "brain surgery" on the rats. They
would have been sacrificed instead before something like that was done.
As an aside, my own suspicion is that there are many people who have
some sort of serious problems, related to depression, and are looking
instead for external causes to blame them on. I think nutrasweet and the
like may be convenient scapegoats.
I Remain Unconvinced,
P.S. Why don't you also tell me more about your background.
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