Yeah Bob, you said it better than I did. I know the science will win out in the end. But we are a long way from that. More importantly most of us really flounder at understanding the science, so we must look instead at the behavior and inegrity of the scientists and hope they are doing their best to eliminate mistakes. After all, as has been repeated, many of the negative studies proclaimed XMRV was dead when their work established nothing of the sort. There was collusion here. All they have done is proven that VP62 is a contaminant, a fact they may have known prior to even starting their studies. There was funding from insurance companies and government departments wth the expressed intent to quash XMRV, irrespective of whether it was a contaminant or not. There was repeated incidences of negative study authors failing to declare conflicting interests in competing assay patents. There was deliberate government intervention to strangle funding to WPI and any other biological studies. This is very blatant misinformation, to put it very kindly. I have yet to see any blatant misinformation put out by the WPI. WPi have always said there was no contamination. As far as they knew that was the case. They undertook stringent measures to minimise contamination by using multiple labs. OK one of the labs fell through, but the others didn't. That's good management, not incompetance. They have always said there are multiple HGRVs, not just VP62/XMRV. Where is the misinformation?