Human Endogenous Retrovirus – HERV

Cal Crilly on HIV Tests, Benzyne, Collagen, Cancer and Everything Else

RTB: No one thinks and no one writes quite like Cal Crilly. There’s deep insight and deeper connection in his process, and all AIDS researchers and critics should read his work. (I wish he’d write a few short articles to sum up some of the major planks, but work through it – it’s worth it). [...]

Retrovirus is the New Black

Retrovirus is the New Black by Liam Scheff. Question: What is HIV, and who is more correct, Dr. Peter Duesberg, or the Perth Group (or the mainstream)? Proposition: The mainstream, with its ‘one size fits all’ and ’till death do you part’ approach with its lousy tests and lousier drugs, is not correct. They are, [...]

“HIV Negative” Apes, Monkeys and Humans Share “HIV-Related” Sequences

RTB: This study makes it clear that putative HIV sequences are really commonly occuring endogenous retroviral sequences (ERV or HERV). Here, conserved (clearly related) sequences to what they’re calling HIV, are found in (non-AIDS) monkeys and human beings. Which means that these sequences aren’t so special after all. The trouble is, researchers never bother to [...]

Which of These is HIV?

RTB: HIV tests are poly-reactive and non-standardized; they give no single reaction, and react with no single disease. The list below, from the National Institutes of Health Reference and Reagent Program, is “The Source of Critical HIV Research Materials.” These are what scientists and researchers refer to when they refer to HIV. There is no [...]

Why Retroviruses Appear in AIDS, Cancer and Autoimmune Diseases

By Cal Crilly, 27 May 2006 edited by Fintan Dunne, Editor “HIV is so 80′s. That’s why it’s called a retro virus.” Download as PDF Section 1 “First of all I’m not qualified. I’ve been an electronics factory worker for the last decade. I’ve done half a year part-time of university biology but discovered [...]