HIV/AIDS Skepticism

Pointing to evidence that HIV is not the necessary and sufficient cause of AIDS

Questioning HIV/AIDS

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2015/02/21

A few years ago I mentioned a research project ” “to examine the factors involved in making the decision not to take HAART or to discontinue its use”, conducted by Dr. Goodson at Texas A&M University.

A few months ago Goodson published an excellent summary of the questions that HIV/AIDS theory has yet to answer: “Questioning the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: 30 years of dissent”. As one would expect, HIV/AIDS vigilantes went into attack mode and urged the publishers to withdraw the article.

To their credit, after weeks of undisclosed consideration, they did not withdraw it, merely changed its category from “Hypothesis and Theory” to “Opinion” — a difference without a distinction, or something like that. They also published a “Commentary” from Seth Kalichman that illustrates his penchant for ad hominem rants lacking substantive argument. You can access that from a link at the right of the Goodson piece. Lots of comments, but some of them have been censored.

In case you never came across it before, do read how Kalichman reminded me of the tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.


And here’s a long blog post from yet another person who has realized that HIV/AIDS is naked untruth: Nobel Prize Winner In 1994 “HIV Doesn’t Cause AIDS”.




3 Responses to “Questioning HIV/AIDS”

  1. davidcrowe said

    It was a good lesson in staying brave and staying calm. In the end the AIDS establishment got only a token victory, and the dissident paper stayed intact. It is now indexed on PubMed, which we didn’t expect would happen since ‘opinion’ articles don’t have an abstract. A bonus!

  2. Ban Aids Denialism now! said

    Kalichman’s commentary is a real gem of how to go on and on while completely avoiding the point.
    A rival display can be found in the 23 one-star reviews of

    • Henry Bauer said


      Really judicious evidence-based stuff is all too rare. I haven’t read the book yet, and share reservations about SPECIFIC vaccines, and picked up long ago that sanitatiton, diet, etc. have been of great importance; but antibiotics have been pretty useful too, albeit over-used dangerously nowadays.

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