1st May 2022

 

In 1999, “The Yin & Yang of HIV” was published by Dr Valendar Turner and investigative journalist Andrew McIntyre under the guidance of Eleni Papadopulos-Eleopulos.

Eleni was the founder and leader of The Perth Group and her work has influenced virtually all of us today who question the HIV/AIDS dogma.

Here is Part 3 of the essay “The Diagnosis of “HIV” Infection”, which is just as relevant today as when it was first written…👇

 
 
 
 
 
 
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  1. Thank you so much, Sam. Excellent work and it’s great you’re keeping the work of the Perth group alive. When on earth is the myth of HIV going to be ditched? I guess if nothing else covid has opened a massive can of worms.

    I’m still a little confused on one thing though. If viruses haven’t been proven to exist at all why the talk of retroviruses?

  2. Stunning, as always. Thank you so much for your great work uncovering these epic scientific blunders.

    For anyone who’s reading, I’ve been doing similar research in other scientific disciplines the last few years and discovered it’s much the same. Not that science itself is bad, but that science just isn’t being done carefully and thoroughly. Astronomy and cosmology are the worst. Geology is quite poor. Archeology and other fields have giant gaping holes in them (all mixed in with great work done by great researchers like Dr. Sam). We humans just aren’t great at this, sad to say. Or some are, but are fought constantly by those who aren’t. Politics and personal ambition, mixed with access to great wealth, makes science nearly impossible at times.

    For anyone curious about critiques of other sciences, especially astronomy/cosmology, I’d highly recommend The Thunderbolts Project (whether or not their alternate theory is right in every detail). This video offers a philosophical overview of how the physical sciences go astray. The useful thing here is that astronomy and cosmology aren’t sciences that can produce much profit (yet). Hence, the blunders in those fields are generally just that — not corruption due to money: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_GtnTt-AZI

  3. Petra
    I have to thank you for directing me to Stephers work on pieceofmindful some months ago, in a comment here on Dr Sam’s comments page. You said ‘not for the faint hearted’ if I remember rightly. I have found POM very illuminating & like the open debate & forthright clarity. Dr Sam have you read Stepher’s work? I recommend confessions of a nanoparticle for starters if not. Thank you for your very helpful & clear work. Kath

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