What really happened to Emery Taylor?

 Posted by on February 28, 2011 at 2:21 pm
Feb 282011
 
What really happened to Emery Taylor?

Note:  I’d like to welcome those of you visiting this site from the forums at aidsmed.com.  This may be the first time that a mainstream AIDS site has referred to this blog as a “clear-eyed ‘alternative hypothesis’ site,” and I’m flattered.  Given that, I hope you will look around a bit. A good place to […more]

Denying the AIDStream

 Posted by on January 20, 2011 at 5:48 am
Jan 202011
 
Denying the AIDStream

Some of my AIDS dissident friends reject outright the tests used by mainstream AIDS (AIDStream) doctors to evaluate ‘HIV-positive’ patients and to determine if and when to start treating them with highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), more commonly known as the “AIDS cocktail” of drugs.  While I agree with them that we can’t know for […more]

Pharmaceutical solutions to AIDS are not enough

 Posted by on September 29, 2010 at 2:51 am
Sep 292010
 
Pharmaceutical solutions to AIDS are not enough

A recent phone conversation with a friend is helping me to continue to refine what I want to focus on as an AIDS dissident activist. In a passionate outburst that revealed a new side of his character, he blurted out his dismay that our society in general and our gay community in particular seems to be willing to settle for a solution to AIDS that relies exclusively on drugs from the pharmaceutical industry.

Creating & Healing AIDS—a pozitive affirmation

 Posted by on September 20, 2010 at 1:45 pm
Sep 202010
 
Creating & Healing AIDS—a pozitive affirmation

The notion that HIV exists is a farce. When energy is not able to move freely through your chakras (energy centers in the body that generate your physical form), illness can result. Negative thinking causes blockages in energy moving through the body which can lead to physical manifestations of disease in your body. Illness is […more]

The other AIDS conference

 Posted by on July 16, 2010 at 10:35 am
Jul 162010
 
The other AIDS conference

I’m just putting my 2 cents worth out here to help let the world (especially the media) know that there is more than one international AIDS conference taking place in Vienna this weekend. AIDS – Knowledge and Dogma, Conditions for the Emergence and Decline of Scientific Theories features speakers from around the world to address […more]

What’s wrong with being #2?

 Posted by on July 2, 2010 at 7:12 am
Jul 022010
 
What's wrong with being #2?

I’ve written before about my interest in geeky stuff like the Alexa website rankings.  A fellow AIDS dissident turned me on to Alexa last year, using it to point out how many Dissident websites and blogs there are out there, and how favorably many of them rank, especially compared to those websites that exist solely […more]

Still angry after all these years

 Posted by on June 6, 2010 at 7:05 pm
Jun 062010
 
Still angry after all these years

My role as a gay AIDS activist was first featured in a special report on AIDS in the Kansas City Times, July 8, 1989. I recently unboxed some of the early media accounts of my life as an openly gay AIDS activist in Kansas City.  The very first words in the very first article ever […more]

How about those HERVs?

 Posted by on June 3, 2010 at 8:00 am
Jun 032010
 
How about those HERVs?

Could it be that we are getting closer to a (more) unified alternative explanation for what causes “AIDS”?  There are several recently published articles, as well as conversations between the authors, that just may prove to be the impetus for such a epiphany. This is not about some startling new discovery.  It is the work […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]