originally posted by: thesneakiod
What if they had the antidote for aids on board the plane? It was made in secret and only those on board knew the formula and they were about to unveil it at the conference?
originally posted by: jonnywhite
I don't buy this conspiracy, but I also don't buy that genius is common. Sorry. I don't think it's. I think everytime one of these leading scientists or researchers dies it's like a baby jesus crying.
Evenso, I have a lot of admiration for people who do hard long work in science. For that matter, I admire anyone in any field work that invests themselves so much. As well, I admire anybody who can support themselves in this world. That doesn't mean I think everyone is equal.
originally posted by: PhysicsAlive
a reply to: 0bserver1
I worked at Roche for a number of years and they had a company policy that not all members of the same drug development team fly on the same plane. It's been a number of years since I worked there, but my memory is pretty clear about this one.
originally posted by: pennydrops
This has to be the funniest thread topic yet.
Does anyone actually believe we have lost our knowledge of aids just because a few 'aids researchers' were in a plane crash.