Science without contradictions is not really science

 Posted by on May 14, 2010 at 8:45 am
May 142010
Science without contradictions is not really science

A few days ago I wrote about just two recent media reports of contradictory scientific findings that try to explain how the human immune system works.  The point was that science does not yet have a unified theory concerning either the immune system, or even the very nature of viruses.  It is difficult to understand […more]

Ethical blogging – updated AGAIN

 Posted by on May 13, 2010 at 8:46 pm
May 132010
Ethical blogging - updated AGAIN

Seth Kalichman, someone named Lisa and J Todd Deshong huddle at “The Harvard Symposium”, an anti-AIDS dissident forum hastily organized last October in an attempt to counter the RethinkingAIDS 2009 Conference. (photo from Is it ethical to withhold comments from rude and obnoxious haters? Yes, I’m talking about my most active critic, Baylor Health […more]

Is the bubble about to burst?

 Posted by on May 11, 2010 at 6:55 am
May 112010
Is the bubble about to burst?

Call it intuition, but something tells me that it is about time for science to be turned on its head for being wrong.  Again. Recently, published reports from various scientific fields offer new insight about possible ways the human immune system wards off disease, specifically those conditions blamed on viruses, such as AIDS and hepatitis. […more]