In the early days of the AIDS epidemic many bizarre and dangerous ideas were advanced regarding the origin of the disease and its cause. Since the discovery of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) these conspiracy theories, which once filled the void left by the lack of information, have all but vanished. Over the past three decades HIV has been the subject of intense scientific research which has resulted in effective treatments, rapid HIV tests, and promising cures. Yet unbelievably there are a small number of people who are sceptical of the “official story”. Although these people are small in numbers they are extremely well funded and can pose a very real threat to public health. Many have chosen to spend their money on spreading their harmful theories, defend people who have irresponsibly infected their partners, and funded the documentary House of Numbers.
The documentary consists of interviews with scientists and AIDS denialists discussing the link between HIV and AIDS, the severity of AIDS in South Africa and, unbelievably, whether or not HIV exists at all. Brent Leung (the director, producer, and star) claims that the documentary gives an “objective examination of the idea the HIV causes AIDS” but nothing could be further from the truth in this sneakily edited piece of propaganda. The documentary encourages people to come off their medication, tells them that HIV tests don’t work, and that anti-viral drugs such as AZT are the real cause of AIDS. To do this the makers of the documentary make liberal use of out-of-context quotations from scientists interviewed for the film, deceitful editing techniques, and flat-out lies.
After viewing it myself, and realising how the movie tried to mislead viewers, I made a series of videos debunking several of the claims it made.
In 2009 Canadian-born director and producer, Brent Leung, released the film ‘House of Numbers’. The documentary consists of interviews with scientists and AIDS denialists discussing the link between HIV and AIDS, the severity of AIDS in South Africa and, unbelievably, whether or not HIV exists at all. Brent claims that the documentary gives an “objective examination of the idea the HIV causes AIDS” but nothing could be further from the truth in this sneakily edited piece of propaganda. After viewing it myself, and realising how the movie tried to mislead viewers, I made a series of videos debunking several of […]
In this video Myles discusses why he made these videos and some of the things that have happened over the past 6 months. Celia Ingrid Farber comments Who is Myles Power, and who is funding him? Can somebody find out? And why does everybody care so much? Is it a matter of libel cases that need to be considered? If so, put him on notice of libel. Ask Clark Baker for an assessment. The AIDS myth unraveled Rethinking AIDS A letter from a former AIDS denialist Number-Gate STATE ORIGIN: The Evidence of the Laboratory Birth of AIDS OHS
In this video Myles disguises the House of Numbers take on anitviral medication and AZT.
James from the History of Infection talks about HIV replication and the evidence we have for its existence. JimtheEvo
In this video Myles discussed the Padian paper and the claims in the movie House of Numbers that no one contracted HIV in the study.
In this video Myles talks about infantile views of evidence and shady editing in the documentary House of Numbers. Dr. Hans Gelderblom’s Extended House of Numbers Interview House of Numbers
In this video Myles takes a HIV tests and discusses their accuracy.
In this video Myles looks at Christine Maggiore’s interpretation of her HIV test and her time traveling capabilities
In this video Myles discusses vital information that was missing in the AIDS denialist movie House of Numbers.
Many people who have watched my videos and read my articles critical of the AIDS denialist documentary ‘House of Numbers’ take solace in the idea that this rejection of science and logic is only confined to a very small percentage of the population. Yes, there might be the occasional very upsetting story of a mother […]
I have watched a lot of scientifically inaccurate documents in my time, and I have noticed that they all have one thing in common when it comes to trying to convince the viewer of the most ridiculous things. Rather than explaining their theories slowly and in-depth, they instead try and throw as much crap as […]
I have previously bashed the AIDS denialist documentary ‘House of Numbers’ in the past for, among other things, it’s deceitful editing techniques. It quoted people out of context, chopped up dialogue to change the meaning of what is actually being said, and manipulated data. Even the foul-mouthed Liam Scheff who starred in the documentary admitted […]
By: Myles Power Edited by: Hannah . I am currently in the middle of research for a series of videos critical of the AIDS denialism movie House of Numbers. For my research I have been watching extended interviews with the scientists in the documentary, researching various AIDS denialist organisations and finding out about the people within these […]
By: Myles Power Edited by: Peter & Hannah Written with the help from Snout . One thing I have had screamed at me over the internet in the past year is, “Follow the money! Follow the money!” This statement was originally a reference to the Watergate scandal, when reporters Woodward and Bernstein traced the source of the […]
By: Myles Power Edited by: Peter & Hannah I recently watched the AIDS denialist film ‘House of Numbers’ for a second time, to see if I had missed anything. As it turns out, I did miss something upon my first viewing. One of the people featured in the movie either has a super power, or is a […]
By: Myles Power Edited by: Hannah & Peter One thing I have noticed about all conspiracy theorists where evidence is concerned, is that they all have an infantile view on what actually counts as evidence. They seem to believe that getting something on film is the only way to truly prove that something exists, or that something […]
By: Myles Power Edited by: Hannah In 2009 Brent Leung released the AIDS denial movie, House of Numbers. Brent claims the movie was an ‘objective examination of the idea that HIV causes AIDS’ but in reality, nothing could be further from the truth. I have previously discussed how the movie missed out vital information when it featured […]
By: Myles Power Edited by: Hannah & James Gurney . I recently watched a documentary film suggested by one of my subscribers called ‘House of Numbers’. The documentary consists of interviews with scientists and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) denialists, discussing the link between the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and AIDS, the severity of AIDS in South Africa and, […]