HIV “dissident” David Crowe is like the gift that just keeps on giving. Last year, I mentioned a paper he’d written in the journal Medical Hypotheses, suggesting that influenza serotype H5N1 doesn’t exist. Well, it just keeps getting better. Now, it seems he’s writing a book on “the infectious myth”–like previous commenter jspreen, he’s going to write about how the germ theory is wrong. Read more about it below…
From Crowe’s site:
Most people believe that every disease on the following list has an infectious cause:
* West Nile
* Mad Cow, CJD and other Spongiform Encephalopathies
* Foot and Mouth
* Hepatitis C
* Avian Flu
* the 1918 ‘Spanish’ Flu
There is considerable scientific evidence that these disease do not just have non-infectious co-factors, but that they are almost entirely non-infectious.
The book “The Infectious Myth” will investigate most of these diseases, providing the scientific evidence that they are not infectious and, in most cases, identifying more plausible causes.
This should be good.