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Postby scorpion » Tue Oct 27, 2009 6:53 am

The first sentence really caught my attention and made me think of all the new recent "breakthroughs" with stem cells, CCSVI, and the Tovaxin debacle. It is a shame we have to sort through all the BS to get to the truth. Below is an article I found while reading an independent newspaper that exposed a conman from South Korea.

The great cons have always worked because they give people what they want to believe. And there is nothing that the scientific community and the public at large have wanted as much a breakthrough in cloning that would progress the search for a cure for diseases such as multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

Which helps to explain why the apparent discoveries of the now-disgraced South Korean scientist, Hwang Woo-suk, were so readily believed. And it is why the South Koreans were so embarrassed by the revelation that he had faked his results when this came to light in 2005.

What it doesn't explain is how it did come to light. It was not because of scientific peer review but because South Korean television took up the cause. Even then the government stepped in to stop its broadcast halfway through on the grounds that it undermined the country's reputation. Indeed it did, which is why a free press is so needed and why it should be given its right to roam.
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Postby patientx » Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:28 am

Did you forget the link?

I read this yesterday, and was going to post something similar, but didn't want to be a downer. The scary thing is he published 2 papers in a very respected magazine. ... tion_N.htm
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