So, seven further years have passed, and with the advent of this new site I think it is time for me to add a few words about my own position, in response to questions that I have been asked hundreds of times by readers of this site.
At the same time certain details need to remain confidential for now, meaning that I shall not be giving too much away about future plans, for instance.
Although versions of this multiple prize-winning film (which focuses on the OPV theory and the opposition it has encountered) have been available on and off on the Web for the last 10 years, the Canadian producers have made strenuous efforts to have any unofficial versions taken down.
The benefits of the new system include a new design, a simplified and far more accessible layout of articles, a better search mechanism within the site, and (for the first time) a direct link to the full-length (91 minute) You Tube version of the documentary film "The Origins of AIDS", which was originally released in 2003.
Ed Hooper, 3 November 2014 for their biased mis-reporting and distortion of the Origins-of-AIDS debate.
Now a leading scientist - the latest winner of the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine, the US biologist Randy Schekman - has come out in public to criticise these journals for distorting the scientific process, and for representing a tyranny that needs to be broken.
President Donald Trump failed to mention the LGBTQ community in a statement issued Thursday recognizing World AIDS Day.“On World AIDS Day, we honor those who have lost their lives to AIDS, we celebrate the remarkable progress we have made in combatting this disease, and we reaffirm our ongoing commitment to end AIDS as a public health threat,” he said in the proclamation.
Since 1988, World AIDS Day has been observed every year on Dec.