Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Blockbuster interview with Harvey Bialy, PhD, uncensored on AIDS science

Podcast link: In his first interview since returning to the States, Harvey Bialy, PhD, founding scientific editor of Nature Biotechnology, joins me to discuss his thoughts on the new movie, House of Numbers and the failed HIV causation hypothesis of AIDS (in his own inimitable way).

This exclusive podcast includes discussion of Harvey’s first-hand knowledge of the intellectual disintegration of molecular biology as it was conceived and practiced between 1945 through the beginnings of biotechnology, as well as subsequent to its rise as a new science.

Harvey authored “Oncogenes, Aneuploidy and AIDS: A Scientific Life & Times of Peter H. Duesberg” (one of my personal favorite books) which is still available though major booksellers, including Amazon.

Harvey is a wealth of information and a fireball who shoots straight with the facts, much to the chagrin of the orthodox AIDS establishment. By the way, why was Luc Montagnier napping during the conference set up by former South African president Thabo Mbeki? Harvey knows.

Warning to all those who would dare to listen to this uncensored bonus podcast — it may be hazardous to all those unwilling to confront the harsh scientific facts head on, especially Tony Fauci and Bob Gallo, just to name two. Listen at your own risk.

Following are important links mentioned in the podcast:

http://barnesworld.blogs.com/ A.K.A. YOU BET YOUR LIFE





Message from Harvey regarding the last link below:

It is the LAST piece of writing I did on the dissident web-journal you bet your life before my abrupt retirement from the public aids war…and my o my it be very good. very good.


Harvey, I agree. - RSB

Podcast link: http://askrsb.podbean.com/2010/01/27/blockbuster-interview-with-harvey-bialy-phd-uncensored-on-aids-science/

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