In article <71l432$6ut$1 at news1.tc.umn.edu>, carlton at walleye.ccbr.umn.edu
(Carlton Hogan) wrote:
> In article <363a1392.333575599 at netnews.worldnet.att.net>,
> <johnburgin at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
> >5)More and more scientists and lay people question the dogma
>> All virusmyth crap. I work at a major, research oriented university.
> The heads of departments of medicine, virology, lab medicine, microbiology,
> immunology, biostatistics, and epidemiology all have no significant question
> of whether HIV is important to AIDS. The rethinkers have, what, maybe
> five or six people willing to go on record (Duesberg, Mullis, Lanka,
> Rasnick, and the "Perth group") with such bozarre opinions. All of them
"bozarre" -- I love it, a blend of bizarre and bozo, right? Was this a
typo or is this some neologism that I wasn't aware of?
Jerry Learn <Learn at u.washington.edu>
U. of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-7740 USA