Category: science

Highly respected well mannered prominent geneticist falls

Yes it’s a man again. Women never crack sex jokes at work. Women never touch men, make passes, or kiss on cheeks as is customary in many cultures, no, they are always the ones harassed and they go after these cases because they can get big bucks now no matter if it happened 700,000 years…


Alcohol makers gave NIH $67 mil

The world is covered in studies but not homes for the homeless. How many homes could this one have provided for the homeless? Let’s see, $67 million divided by say $250,000 per house, that’s 268 homes. Put 4 people in each of those homes, you just solved homelessness for over 1,000 people, no, you didn’t…


Uncertainty

“It is a well known scientific principle that any measurement or prediction will always have an associated uncertainty.” How come most people don’t understand this? The PReP community doesn’t. They think they take the pill and it protects them from space invaders. The HIV/TEST community doesn’t seem to get this either. “In the case of…


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Tiangong-1 Reentry


Even a rocket scientist didn’t know

But the amateur did know, how to find what they had lost for 10 years. Like with HIV/AIDS which is the most convoluted disease name in history, experts can make claims that something is not there, when it actually is there, and, the other way around. In this case, it was the amateur who found…


What will they think of next

Feature image of the “letter D” By Alma Cebrian (Own work) [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Image snapshot from Google news October 19, 2017  


Morphophonemes in science**

An article appearing on United Press International website states that a study at the University of Colorado found “the process protecting the body from autoimmune disease may also prevent it from creating antibodies to HIV-1”.* UPI.com news snapshot July 12, 2017 OMG I can’t stop laughing. This is the most absurd in their face statement…


Psyence

“A key feature of scientific theories is that they make successful predictions, which we can use to determine whether they’re likely to be right.” – Ars Technica, article entitled “Einstein still annoyingly right….” Right by who? Scientists who cannot even grasp that a virus can be carried by a mosquito, believing the HIV/LIE that it…