Time Travel and HIV 1 July 2004
Previous Rapid Response Next Rapid Response Top
Tony Floyd,
Medical Student
Newcastle University

Send response to journal:
Re: Time Travel and HIV

The Perth Group stated that:

> In 1997 Pablo Gluschankof, Hans Gelderblom and their colleagues wrote: "Virus ["HIV"] to be used for biochemical and serological analyses or as an immunogen is frequently prepared by centrifugation through sucrose gradients. The fractions containing viral antigen and/or infectivity are considered to contain a population of relatively pure virus particles"5 (emphasis ours). In the same year, 1977, Montagnier...

You can't invent rules for retrovirus isolation AND time travel.

You've really gone too far now.

Competing interests: None declared