This book collates and analyzes, for the first time,
the results of more than two decades of HIV testing,revealing that common assumptions about HIV and AIDS are incompatible with the published data.
HIV is neither sexually transmitted nor increasingly prevalent.
HIV and AIDS are not correlated geographically.
HIV and AIDS are not correlated chronologically.
HIV and AIDS are not correlated in their relative impact on women and men.
Nor are HIV and AIDS correlated in their relative impact on white and black people.
But how could everyone have been so wrong for so long?
This central question,has not been addressed in previous works questioning the HIV-AIDS connection.
This book offers two answers:
The general answer lies in the history of science: Science has always progressed by discarding previously held beliefs. Examples of earlier and similar mistakes in medical science
include ulcers, kuru, and gene therapy.
The specific answer lies in several early decisions,
most seriously how AIDS victims were (mis)classified
when AIDS was first identified as a new phenomenon.
All reported data about HIV tests can be explained by what the book's analysis shows:
1. A positive HIV-test is a HIGHLY NON-SPECIFIC physiological response.
2. The probability of such a response, to any given stimulus,
depends in a PREDICTABLE way on age, sex, and racial ancestry.