Sunday, September 24, 2006

We Must be Doing Something Right!!

Take a look at this!

We are now listed on New AIDS Review’s list of

Sites/Pages (Misleading)

We share this illustrious honor with a number of crackpot sites I’ve never heard of:

Aetiology
NIH Division of AIDS
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease Fact Sheet
The National Academy of Sciences
Nature
Science
The New York Times
and others.

I notice Mark Chu-Carroll, the Golden God of nerds, at Good Math Bad Math only merited an “Other (Mixed)” categorization. No doubt this is because nobody at New AIDS Review can follow his arguments to their conclusion to realize that Mark is not impressed with HIV denialist arguments.

It’s not too surprising that they haven’t figured this out, given that, in another display of their critical thinking skills, New AIDS Review lists the National Academy of Sciences under the “(Misleading)” heading, while the publication of that august body, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, falls under their ”(Accurate/Helpful)” sites.

Anyway gentleman, thank you for taking notice of us. It is both an honor and a privilege.

You are far too kind!

The only blog inspired by a Bumper Sticker.

Comments on "We Must be Doing Something Right!!"

 

Anonymous Anonymous said ... (9/26/2006 1:58 AM) : 

Delighted to oblige, Pharma Bawd. The only reason for the "Misleading" rating for such an exemplary blogger is your slight error in attitude towards the HIV∫AIDS paradigm, as our post on the mathematics of transmission which mentioned you, PB, demonstrated. If you wish to dispute this, you can easily comment.

The National Academy of Science has also been misleading on the topic of the HIV/AIDS paradigm, but the Proceedings has not, and we stand by the ratings allocated. Perhaps you should read the relevant articles, which are listed in the NAR list.

- TS

 

Blogger Pharma Bawd said ... (9/26/2006 9:53 AM) : 

"your slight error in attitude towards the HIV∫AIDS paradigm, as our post on the mathematics of transmission which mentioned you, PB, demonstrated."

I don't think I'm mentioned in your post on the mathematics of transmission. Do you have a link?

The last thing I want to do though is get taken off that list. It's the only time I'll ever be listed with NAS, Science, the New York Times,... ;)

 

Anonymous Chris Noble said ... (9/26/2006 9:45 PM) : 

Apparently the two articles Duesberg managed to get into PNAS are good. The thousand odd other papers by Fauci, Gallo etc in the PNAS are bad.

Anyone no matter how crazy that does not believe that HIV causes AIDS is accurate/helpful.

Rochus Borner who believes that the evil orthodoxy is suppressing the truth about cold fusion, transmutation, the aether, crop circles, the "face" on Mars is apparently accurate/helpful because he also shares AL's beliefs about HIV.

The only "truth" that AL is seeking is the one that agrees with his beliefs.

 

Anonymous Chris Noble said ... (10/04/2006 6:05 PM) : 

How many points do I get for this form of tribute.

http://barnesworld.blogs.com/barnes_world/2006/10/should_anyone_d.html

 

Blogger Pharma Bawd said ... (10/05/2006 8:58 PM) : 

Chris,

My, that is quite an honor. That Harvey has chosen to satirize you as his only form of rebuttal speaks very highly of you! That puts you up there in the big leagues with with Fauci and Gallo I think.

I think Dale got there first, but still...

Well done!

 

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