On the 16th of this month I appeared at Maison de la Pierre @ Vers Pont du Gard in Southern France to deliver my talk on vitamin D deficiency as a form of immunodeficiency.
You can now find the unedited PowerPoint presentation online here (the version presented featured a few less slides for brevity).
Video of my talk and those of others should be available shortly [update 21/6/18: videos are appearing on this YouTube playlist. There are more to come as of writing].
You can read my overview of the conference here.
During June 15-17 there will be a conference entitled Challenging Viral Paradigms taking place near Nimes in southern France.
I’m scheduled to appear to give a short talk on the related subject that I have yakked about a lot in writing. I had been pestered by a couple of people to verbalise it (‘put your ideas where your mouth is’!), though the chance to visit Pont du Gard was also enticing.
I feel now is actually quite an opportune time to talk about vitamin D’s role in immunity because there is growing talk within the mainstream about it, even though it should be clearly appropriated by AIDS dissenters. A decade ago you never saw ‘vitamin D’ and ‘HIV/AIDS’ in the same sentence.
I’m not a natural speaker but I’m being trained to give it my best. I apologise to anyone who attends if I fail but it is worth seeing if I can make my point to a new audience and arouse any discussion. I value the opportunity to make my ideas (it’s not ego, I just can’t find anybody else to attribute this to) more prominent.
I am unsure if there will be any videos of the event but I will share my PowerPoint file here shortly after it.
If you’re there and come across me don’t be afraid to say hi.
The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology has recently posted a video of Peter Duesberg’s appearance at their 2015 conference. Watch here.
This September 14-15 there will be an alternative AIDS conference in Manchester, England. Speakers include Joan Shenton of Immunity Resource Foundation and Mike Hersee of HEAL London.
Entrance costs £75. This should be a worthy event for all local who question HIV/AIDS theory. Visit the conference’s site here.