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Aids As a Man-Made Virus
This paper looks at Aids and examines the possibility of its existence as a man-made virus.
# 101649 | 1,539 words | 7 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Feb 28, 2008 in Medical and Health (Medical Studies) , Sociology (Theory) , Biology (General)

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In this article, the writer notes that in the 1980s it became apparent that AIDS was present throughout the social order and that a disease that had the potential of destroying mankind had finally emerged. AIDS was initially thought to be the result of homosexual encounters, drug addiction or connected to different social cultures in some manner. The writer points out that by 1983 a vast number of theories began to be published that suggested that AIDS was a man-made virus that was intended to control both the world's population and the population of specific cultural groups. However, as time progressed it became evident that AIDS was also emerging in the heterosexual population, providing evidence that AIDS was non-discriminatory with regard to race or sexual orientation. The writer concludes that regardless of the social groups that were targeted or the people that were ultimately affected by the virus, the fact remains that there are those within the social order that have too much power over their fellow human beings and that their insistence of controlling mankind may lead to the complete destruction of all people.

From the Paper:

"The theories cite different methods of creating the virus, as well as varying means of ensuring that it was spread throughout the population. What is evident, however, is that the timeline in each of the theories for the development and dispersement of the virus remains the same and that there is nothing related to the composition of the AIDS virus that could have been created by anything other than man. Therefore, regardless of the choice of man made AIDS theories that are accepted by individuals within society, it is apparent that the evidence overwhelmingly demonstrates that people within the social order had a hand in the existence of the most frightening disease known to man - AIDS.
"Douglass contends that the evidence that AIDS is a man made virus is overwhelming. Douglass cites a memorandum from the World health Organization (WHO) in which WHO officials called on scientists to discover if there could be a man made virus that would have the same effect on the human race that species specific virus' had on some animals."

Sample of Sources Used:

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