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1 1 Germ theory of disease fails Virus-AIDS hypothesis and HIV-AIDS hypothesis out of touch with South Africa – a new perspective Peter Duesberg RA conference, Oakland, Nov. 6-8

2 2 Historic evidence for Germ theory

3 3 Bell-shaped curve of first recorded plague epidemic, London 1665 The plague epidemic of London in 1665 was the first contagious epidemic that was statistically recorded. It is a perfect example of the exponential rise and subsequent fall over weeks, forming the classical bell-shaped curve typical of new infectious epidemics.

4 4 Classical bell-shaped Flu epidemic of 1918 in the US and Europe Note: Abscissa in months. Short incubations, Self-limiting by immunity

5 5 Seasonal polio epidemics, US 1948 and1949 Google; polio epi

6 6 Time course of individual measles-virus disease in days: Short latency, virus-specific disease, terminated by immunity From: Viral Pathogenesis and Immunology, Mims & White, 1984 Note, time in days

7 7 1882, Koch proves germ theory

8 8 Koch 1880s: Isolation of pathogenic microbes (TB & Anthrax) by cloning on agar gels.

9 9 Kochs postulates Years of research have been spent on organisms never proven to cause particular diseases. One should always seek to find out if Koch's Postulates were performed. The microbe could be a passenger instead of a cause. Examples are: leprosy / helicobacter / HIV / Cervical ca virus.

10 10 Triumphs of the germ theory

11 11 So what are the laws of the germ theory?

12 12 Generation time and multiplication rates of bacteria

13 13 Generation time and multiplication rates of viruses

14 14 Latent periods of nine different human viruses Google:microbiolbytes

15 15 How does the immune system catch up with viruses and microbes?

16 16 Summing up the laws of the germ theory

17 17 The iron age of the germ theory

18 18 Viruses of slow, not self-limiting diseases are incompatible with the germ theory

19 19 Since there are no inconsistencies in nature, the slow-virus-theory must me flawed

20 20 Fabricating an epidemic in Africa

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22 22 A B C

23 23 Table 1, Vital statistics South Africa,

24 24 END To prove viral AIDS: 1) Explain, why anti-viral immunity does not protect against AIDS. 2) Find contagious AIDS in drug free subjects. 3) Show that in two matched groups of US soldiers only HIV-positives get AIDS.

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26 26 Sanger Institute, UK: No sequence homology between HIV and human genome

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29 29 Viruses found in causing slow diseases – a new germ theory?

30 30 Historic evidence for Germ theory


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