Suggestions That Respondents Provide a Consistent and Cogent Argument Should Not Be 'Disturbing' 21 October 2004
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Tony Floyd,
Medical Student
Newcastle University,
Louis Feinberg, Joseph Wardell, Moses Horwitz and Jennifer Hawkins

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Re: Suggestions That Respondents Provide a Consistent and Cogent Argument Should Not Be 'Disturbing'

>Mr. Floyd disturbingly concludes: "Until those that would like to convince us otherwise can come up with a consistent, cogent argument...

I will endeavour to be enduringly 'disturbing' if that is what you think of my dislike for the unequivocally inconsistent and far from cogent arguments often posted here.

The conclusion of Pascale's paper "Taken together, clinical and academic studies clearly demonstrate that HIV is the causative agent of AIDS" is the consensus view and in agreement with the best available evidence. I haven't been 'naive and gullible' as suggested. Why is their not one alt-AIDS fanatic who can accurately cite scientific evidence without making errors that even a mere student find?

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