There are no control experiments for virus identification.
David discusses the possibility with James McCumiskey of Ireland, the possibility that there are no viruses, and that this is a decades or centuries old fraud or error. James has endeavored to get proof of the existence of viruses from the virus experts in Ireland, including the NVRL (National Virus Reference Laboratory), so far to no avail. Begorra!
One is the biggest #metoo stories of the past decade was the media circus known as the Sandusky trial. David has another very thoughtful interview with an author who disputes the guilt of Sandusky and lays it out in a large volume.
We all know from the 911 lie witnesses that witness accounts can easily be faked and there is a huge pseudoscience surrounding fake or repressed memories that is causing untolled harm.
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The Most Hated Man in AmericaIn Episode 172, David is shocked to find out that there was even one person who thought that Jerry Sandusky was not guilty of pedophilia, and did not deserve to rot in jail. But after reading Mark Pendergrast’s book, “The Most Hated Man in America”, David became convinced that the case needed to be re-examined, especially as one of its pillars was evidence derived from the discredited notion of ‘repressed memory’. During the discussion David and Mark contrast Sandus
It starts with small lies…and ends with a big one. One of the best ways to scatter the growing gay man alliances of the 70s.
David gives a shout out to Fakeologist at the beginning. Yes, I did help David with some audio issues. Does anyone know what other episode David mentions Fakeologist?
In episode 149 David interviews Charles (Chuck) Ortleb a gay writer and publisher whose career bloomed at the start of the AIDS epidemic, and then crashed when he started to criticize the HIV=AIDS dogma promulgated by the CDC and powerful pharmaceutically funded organizations within his own community. The New York Native was a widely read newspaper in the early 1980s in New York’s gay community, but its criticism of the new and soon to be massively profitable AZT, through writers like John Lauri