Evolutionary biologists sometimes think we microbiology people have it easy. “No one doubts the germ theory!,” they claim.
Do some research Tara. Then you will be ready to start from scratch again, forget the germ theory nonsense and become a real scientist.
And I bet this insult will sound familiar to many used to dealing with the anti-science brigades:
Evidence is all around and you have as much evidence as I do. The sole difference between you and me is that you are still blindfolded by a century of dogmatic thinking and are not able to see the evidence.
You can do what you want with your special laboratory mice, but whan it comes to it nobody has ever proven that germs cause disease and a century of war on microbes has had no results and, to cite a professor of the Villejuif hospital “up to today medicine doesn’t know the cause of any disease”.
You are blind and cannot see they still are widespread [regarding cholera, TB, etc.--TS]. They are still all around in places where people suffer. Which is natural because the suffering is the cause, not the germs. TBC is as widespread in places of poverty and famine as it was a century ago. You must fight poverty and famine and suffering, you dummy. Not the germs.
They even have their own deathbed conversion story!
As for the denial of HIV: nobody ever really proved it exists so why do you want to call people who doubt its existence Denialists? Until research comes up with something more consistant than hypothetical viruses hiding away, HIV is junk science, as were the findings of Louis Pasteur. The amusing thing about it all is that Louis Pasteur admitted that himself just before he died.
I was familiar with the nutty arguments against the germ theory, and HIV-deniers who also deny that any virus causes disease or that H5N1 doesn’t exist, but I’ve never heard that Pasteur admitted that his findings were “junk.”
But of course, why have Pasteur’s ideas prevailed, and Béchamp’s been dismissed? Conspiracy!
Béchamp has been censored. Censoring is done to keep people from knowing the truth.