Yeah none of us are experts. But it does not take an expert to ask if it actually has been shown by the original standards set by virology? Or ask if it is indeed true that there are no EM of these particles to be shown directly in the actual blood of patients, only in cultures with stimulants that produce reverse transcriptase? This claim was made by one of the pioneers of electron micrography, apparently it remains true. The failure in protocols is quite clear concerning the original studies and EM of the 80's. The problem is that these questions should be easily satisfied after 30 years. It seems that the reason Kary Mullis could not find his citation is that it actually does not exist? I mean these should be well established.