Last Update: September, 26th, 2011

  It's the Alcohol!: by Ruth Kava - American Council on Science and Health - Virtually everyone "knows" that red wine is the best type of alcoholic beverage to consume if you're concerned about health. After all, the French eat lots of cheese and other high fat foods, yet their rate of heart disease is lower than ours. This observation, known as the "French paradox," has been widely attributed to the red wine the French consume liberally. What is it about red wine that supposedly makes it superior to other alcoholic beverages? 26-sept-2011

Smokers given the boot... again: by William Campbell Douglass - "One more company is refusing to hire smokers... and somehow, the feds and media are perfectly O.K. with it. Companies say smokers cost more because they boost the price of health insurance for everyone. Yet they wouldn't dare fire all the fat people, despite the fact that obesity is a much bigger burden on the health care system. 9-may-2010

Leaded Gasoline: A Costly Myth: Also a scientific fraud, with the complacency of the press, whether the common yellow or the pseudoscientific. The ban on leaded gasolines cost France and Great Britain about $500 millions a year, and to the rest of the world probably more than $5 billions. (Based on an article by Dr. Z. Jaworowski ) 17-may-2007

AIDS in Africa: distinguishing facts and fiction: by E. Papadopulos-Eleopulos, Valendar F.Turner, John M. Papadimitriou, Harvey Bialy. (from virusmyth website) - (2-MAY-2004)

The Precautionary Principle - A Challenge to Progress: by Jonathan H Adler - The European Union also cites the precautionary principle as a basis for resisting the importation of genetically modified foods and adopting new international environmental measures. More and more, environmental policy incorporates this "precautionary principle," which calls upon governments to impose regulatory measures based upon the barest potential of environmental harm.

No Scientific Evidence Link HIV to AIDS: from the "Introduction to Inventing the AIDS Virus" by Dr. Kary Mullis, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, I993 = "I like and respect Peter Duesberg. I don't think he knows necessarily what causes AIDS; we have disagreements about that. But we're both certain about what doesn't cause AIDS. We have not been able to discover any good reasons why most of the people on earth believe that AIDS is a disease caused by a virus called HIV. There is simply no scientific evidence demonstrating that this is true. We have also not been able to discover why doctors prescribe a toxic drug called AZT (Zidovudine) to people who have no other complaint other than the fact that they have the presence of antibodies to HIV in their blood. In fact, we cannot understand why humans would take this drug for any reason.

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