Calls them politically formed.
Said the government merely commanded the National Institutes of Health to state the cause of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome was a virus without the cause actually identified nor a connection logically established.
From that point things took off. Once government says something is so everyone jumps on the $$$$ bandwagon.
“In the last years of his life one of his big fights was about HIV” as stated on page 15.
He submitted Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences which was on the state of HIV research and government actions on so called HIV drugs. It was so cavalierly rejected it was stunning.
He pointed out that David Ho’s paper on the subject of HIV slash AIDS lacked rigor and used mathematics inappropriately.
An excerpt of his statements:
Even if one virus could cause the twenty-six infectious and non-infectious (!) diseases that are now defined as AIDS, the following would be true:
- AIDS would be contagious. But, there is no case report in the peer-reviewed literature of even one doctor who ever contracted AIDS from one of the 929,985 (2004) American AIDS patients in twenty-three years. Moreover, not even one of the thousands of AIDS virus researchers ever contracted AIDS from their “deadly virus”, as the New York Times calls it.
- AIDS should appear within days to weeks after infection, because the AIDS virus, like other viruses, replicates with multiplication rates of 100 to 1,000 within twenty-four hours. But AIDS is said to appear only five to ten years after infection by its hypothetical viral cause.
- The epidemic would spread randomly like all viral epidemics. But AIDS cases in the U.S. and Europe are highly nonrandom, 80% are males, of which 1/3 are intravenous drug users and 2/3 are male homosexual users of toxic, recreational drugs like nitrite inhalants and amphetamines and are prescribed DNA chain-terminators.
The epidemic would have formed a classical bell-shaped time curve, increasing exponentially and then declining exponentially owing to natural immunity within weeks to months, like a seasonal flu. Instead AIDS increased slowly over a decade and has since leveled off, without ever inducing immunity against itself. Thus AIDS fits a lifestyle—but not a viral epidemic. I hope, therefore, that those who saw Lang’s AIDS engagement as an Achilles heel might reconsider.