Post by Kibbu Ubik
Bizarre. Nature is a serious scientific journal.
As much or more than any other and, even so, they
have chosen politics over science on other topics.
...one in particular is the Oral Vaccine Theory
on the origins of AIDs. They have published a number
of things which did not address any aspect of the
theory, misrepresenting them as conclusive in showing
that the theory is wrong.
: Four independent research groups have now found
: no trace of chimpanzee tissue in any of the
: remaining stocks of the original vaccine, including
: a vial of the stock used to create the OPV tested
: in the Congo.
The only problem here is that the stock tested all
came from Philadelphia, the lab which created the
vaccine. But this result was actually PREDICTED BY
the Oral Vaccine Theory! It doesn't refute it at
See, the theory points out the fact that the vaccine
was created in Philadelphia and then shipped to the
Congo where it was amplified. They took a little and
turned it into a lot. The theory states it was in the
Congo where the contamination occurred. So, a prediction
of the theory is that the original stock, from
Philadelphia, would be uncontaminated... and the "Study"
confirms this prediction!
Why was Nature claiming the opposite?
Are they stupid? I don't think so. I think they were
playing politics. I think they still play politics.
See, it's never been any secret that the World Health
Organization and everyone else is afraid that if
people believe vaccines created AIDS then they will
avoid -- instead of utilizing -- pubic health
initiatives, particularly in the third world.
...we live in a time when we can prevent everything
from the Measles to Polio, but not if people run away
from the vaccination programs! So everyone gets the
"No vaccine source for AIDS" memo and is pressured to
regurgitate the talking points, in a manner of speaking.
Yes, even the best, most respected "Scientific"
journals play politics.
...and not because the Alien Overlords are trying
to kill us all. They think they have good reasons,
and they are under pressure to do so, even if they
don't agree that the means justifies the end.