He got a Nobel prize, he must know something, right? Not such a great argument. Except if you mean Paul Krugman.
Posted on Wednesday, 10 October 2012
In 2009, Montagnier published two controversial papers claiming that DNA can send “electromagnetic imprints” of itself into distant cells and fluids. Basically, Montagnier claims that DNA can teleport ghostly impressions of itself elsewhere. Sound familiar? Montagnier’s claims are consistent with those made by that illustrious group of shysters and woomeisters, homeopaths. As the saying goes, extraordinary claims must be supported by extraordinary evidence and, as evidence goes, Montagnier’s is extraordinarily bad.