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Inventing the AIDS Virus | [Peter H. Duesberg]

Inventing the AIDS Virus

An eminent scientist and pioneer in the discovery of retroviruses challenges the widely accepted belief that HIV is the cause of AIDS. Duesberg argues that HIV is merely a harmless passenger virus that does not cause AIDS. Sure to spark intense debate, this provocative book offers an original and incisive critique of the rise and fall of HIV.
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For all the wonders and advancements the science world has given us, scientists can sometimes fall into the trap of consensus beliefs, which is exactly what's at the heart of Peter H. Duesberg's Inventing the AIDS Virus. Known for his cancer research, Duesberg, in this audiobook, challenges the wildly held view that HIV is the cause of AIDS. Accomplished narrator, J. Arthur Tripp, handles the challenging text with the appropriate aggression needed for this controversial subject matter. Listeners are sure to be intrigued by this lesser-heard side of the AIDS discussion.

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An eminent scientist and pioneer in the discovery of retroviruses challenges the widely accepted belief that HIV is the cause of AIDS. Duesberg argues that HIV is merely a harmless passenger virus that does not cause AIDS. Sure to spark intense debate, this provocative book offers an original and incisive critique of the rise and fall of HIV.

©1996 Peter Duesberg and Bryan J. Ellison (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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    Douglas D. Huntley Corvallis, OR 10-16-13
    Douglas D. Huntley Corvallis, OR 10-16-13

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    If you could sum up Inventing the AIDS Virus in three words, what would they be?

    Factual, Frightening and Infuriating


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Inventing the AIDS Virus?

    The moment you realize we have ALL been lied to for all these years.


    What about J. Arthur Tripp’s performance did you like?

    His voice is easy on the ears and consistent.


    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    Yes. It made me even more furious than I already was about this topic.


    Any additional comments?

    It is obvious to see why Dr. Peter Duesberg has been ostracized all these years for daring to stand up to the establishment. After all, AIDS is a business first!

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    David R. Tolson upper marlboro, maryland 09-27-13
    David R. Tolson upper marlboro, maryland 09-27-13 Member Since 2005
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    "Hyperbole at its Best, But Sounds Plausible"

    The first thing that struck me as I listened to the book and its hyperbolic claim that HIV does not cause AIDS, was that the book was written 15 years ago. And of course, 15 years of medical research is nearly an eternity; consequently, I would have preferred a book making such a brazen claim that had a more recent copyright. I found one on Amazon, Science Sold Out by Rebecca Culshaw (2007); however, it is not available on audio or digital, so I was limited to Duesberg's research if I was staying with audio. Although most of the book was too detailed for my taste buds - quoting stats and referring to studies - his premise seems to be plausible.

    After listening to Inventing the AIDS Virus, I was reminded of the old saying, "It was worth the price of admission." Despite the chock full of statistics, there is plenty to like about the book. I found a number of items that made the listen worth while. For instance (and I don't think this is a spoiler), Duesberg questions the notion of a virus causing a terminal disease that lays dormant in the body for more than 10 years. Typically a virus manifests its symptoms within days or weeks. As simple as that sounds, it was worth listening to the book to just be reminded of that one fact.

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