Re: Re: Re: Re: That is a Scientist's Responsibility 24 February 2004
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Christopher Tyler,

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While Christopher Noble is good at both dismissing and being derisive of the Perth Group, it should be noted that he has yet to answer 17 questions posed by them. In the December 24th, 2003, post, 'Basic requests which remain unanswered by Brian Foley and Christopher Noble', the Perth Group asked a series of scientific questions which remain open, yet to be addressed. These are not trivial questions, but go to the very heart of 'HIV' science.

Regardless of Christopher Noble's persistent relegation of the Perth Group to the fringes of science, I'm sure the readers of this debate can see and judge for themselves the relevance of these questions.

I gather Christopher Noble feels 'HIV' science has adequately proved both the existence of 'HIV' and its pathogenesis in AIDS. It should therefore be a straightforward matter for him to parse through this data and provide the answers.

Chris Tyler

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