>Let me first of all say that I am glad someone who talks about this subject >actually knows something about what they are talking about. Too many people try to >discuss a topic without any good background or information.
And you consider yourself some type of expert? I have yet to see you get much of anything right. A lot of assumptions, but that is about it.
Again, since you think of yourself as an AIDS expert then let's see you answer a few basic questions:
1. What is the primary reason for false positives in HIV antibody testing? I am asking about the principle that makes these tests so inaccurate. And yes, there is a medical term for it and it is very well known.
2. Why is AIDS not a disease?
3. Name at least 5 of the most common causes of AIDS.
4. Why is it impossible for HIV to cause AIDS under the ORIGINAL definition of AIDS that led the government to change the definition to fit the virus?
5. Why does AZT shorten the lives of people taking it?
We will start with this real simple and basic questions. Anyone that has studied AIDS for a while or even immunology should be able to answer these questions with no problem.