HIV/AIDS Skepticism

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HIV/AIDS Theory is dogmatically wrong

Posted by Henry Bauer on 2015/04/29

Alex Tsakiris of Skeptiko interviews Dr. Henry Bauer, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry & Science and author of Dogmatism in Science and Medicine, about scientific research and its dogmatic assertions. 

Join Skeptiko host Alex Tsakiris for an interview with Dr. Henry Bauer to discuss the misleading claims of scientific research such as the statistics on HIV-AIDS”.

A synopsis of this interview and link to listen to the whole interview is now available as no. 273 at the Skeptiko website.


4 Responses to “HIV/AIDS Theory is dogmatically wrong”

  1. David Bailey said

    It was good to hear you over on SKEPTIKO – you made a lot of very valid points. I was intrigued by your idea of a ‘science court’, because in a way that is exactly what the Court of Appeals gave you!

    • Henry Bauer said

      David Bailey:
      Yes indeed, a court context makes it possible to cross-examine the mainstream assertions.

  2. Now, that was a good interview. Speaking of the science court, you may have heard that in England, a parent went to court over the showing of Al Gore’s movie, ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, at his son’s school. This video had many errors and so the judge ordered that if this film is to be shown, an errata list has to be given to the students. How did this happen? Because witnesses in court cannot lie, and so had to admit where climate science was in error.

    And in the previous post, you showed how the OMSJ was triumphant in a military court. So perhaps a science court is redundant.

    • Henry Bauer said

      Karim D. Ghantous:
      Individual lawsuits are expensive and not for everyone. A Science Court would deal with matters of general public importance.

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