I just wanted to call attention to this graph. The curve at the top is the number of people newly infected with HIV, worldwide. If you look at the peak at 1996 or 1997, it starts tailing off after these years. The amount that it decreases it about the same as that of the decay of cesium-137 (or, about equivalently, strontium-90).
So, one could say that:
IF HIV infection was caused by radioactive exposure, or a secondary cause such as radiotrophic fungi;
AND IF there was a latency period of 10 or 11 years after these exposures until the infection appeared;
THEN this would be completely consistent with the hypothesis that Chernobyl (1986) caused HIV infections.
Of course, AIDS was identified in 1981, which was before Chernobyl. But there was this “little unpleasantness” called Three Mile Island which occurred in 1979, two years before this.
Predictably, in this theory, the WHO (World Health Organization), which answers to the nuclear gangsters at the IAEA, would have to come up with another explanation for AIDS, that excluded radiation. They and their accomplices at the CDC came up with the HIV virus theory. The graphic at the right shows some correlation between AIDS and HIV, but it’s not terribly consistent. HIV infection rates are too high in Russia and Estonia, for instance.
Perhaps the HIV virus is just another infection that results from the radiation- and toxic-degradation of the immune system… just as immunocompromised people are subject to infections from all sorts of fungi, bacteria, viruses, and parasites. I don’t have HIV or AIDS, but I do have an acquired immune deficiency… due to the Castle Bravo nuclear test in 1954 (which also destroyed the health of the people of the Marshall Islands).
In 1989, I had a meeting with Dr. Steve Nightingale at Northwestern. He worked with AIDS patients, and said they had to wipe their mouths constantly because of thrush (due to Candida infection). That freaked me out, because I had to do the same thing. This was 3 years after Chernobyl. My fingernails were misshapen, warped, and black and purple then. I am actually much improved now, but I attribute this to the change of diet, with imported food, and effective air filtration. If I didn’t do these preventive measures, with Fukushima radiation and related fungi in the environment, I would be much worse now, actually probably dead.
House of Numbers is a good documentary about the HIV/AIDS bs, though I think it goes too far in its efforts to denigrate HIV and its political/medical aspect, at the expense of the very real suffering of those with ruined immune systems.