If people are dead set against it, I don’t believe I will change their minds either. On the other hand, a lot of people are on the fence about such things and both sides of any topic need a fair shake. It doesn’t impact me though. I also have presented information on another forum, very conservative and very aggressively so. I have been called every name under the sun. I don’t care. There’s nothing wrong with presenting alternative views to any position and, in fact, it should be encouraged in every circumstance. As I mentioned previously though, a big problem is lack of access to bench level research results. Searching Google is going to turn up wildly popular MSM interpretations of cherry picked headline material or bold misstatements of results because few of the people reading these things understand them sufficiently to make judgements. That is why I recommended the Scholar.Google.com search engine. Anyway, I’m not a virologist, more of a cell biology slant. I have however worked with Rous sarcoma virus and Mouse Mammary Tumor Virus in the lab, the latter fairly extensively, so I have familiarity. The whole topic of viruses is absolutely fascinating. If anyone is interested, an entire graduate level Virology course lecture series is available on line for free! (Usually around $2,400 to audit). The first lecture is just general information on viruses and should leave most of us in awe of the magnitude of this unseen world. It is truly staggering.