Who can be trusted about science? Not the Royal Society of London or the National Academy of the United States
Posted by Henry Bauer on 2016/01/02
Those of us who have bothered to look into the evidence about HIV and about AIDS know that the mainstream dogma, that HIV causes AIDS, has no credible evidence in its favor; and that prestigious and authoritative institutions and organizations persistently disseminate the false belief and try to suppress the evidence and those who present it. The most obvious disproof of HIV=AIDS is that HIV is incapable of causing any sort of epidemic because it is not sufficiently transmissible, less than 1 per 1000 acts of unprotected intercourse (and only 1.4 per 1000 acts of unprotected receptive anal intercourse, supposedly the most risky).
At the Rethinking AIDS Conference in Oakland, I had pointed out that this resistance to contrary evidence is unfortunately not uncommon, it is evident on a variety of topics; see also my book, Dogmatism in Science and Medicine: How Dominant Theories Monopolize Research and Stifle the Search for Truth (McFarland 2012).
One topic on which mainstream dogmatism contrary to evidence is most pronounced is global warming and climate change: do human activities contribute appreciably to these phenomena, outweighing natural forces? The evidence says no, or at least there is no empirical proof of it. Nevertheless, all mainstream groups insist that the science is settled — and that includes the Royal Society of London and the National Academy of Science of the United States, which mislead disgracefully on this topic.