This might sound foolishly romantic, pathetic and naive, but to me, one conclusive evidence for the CCSVI paradigm is what the CTV show revealed: The love of Dr. Zamboni to his wife as a motor to his studies. In a quite logical way, at least to me, this really is a quite weightily fact. The conclusion is: Let's assume (for a very VERY short moment
) that he is wrong (and he knows this). If he loves his wife, then he must be really mad and evil to betray her like that. (If that would be the case, this would easily be recognized by his fellow scientists and others.)
If you look at him in the interview, you can but believe him. Being close to tears several times. His modest, honest smile when he tells that helping his wife is the "best price" of his efforts. If he's acting when he says this, he should get an academy award for best acting in a documentary right away.
Well, just a thougt that came to my mind when I saw the CTV show the first time. I understand that no scientist will acknowledge this.