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Henry H. Bauer (born 1931) is a former professor of chemistry at Virginia Tech and notorious crank magnet. In the realm of pseudoscience he is probably best known for his writings denying that HIV causes AIDS, though he is also known for arguing in favor of the existence of the Loch Ness Monster. He was formerly the editor-in-chief of the "peer-reviewed" pseudojournal the Journal of Scientific Exploration.
- Personal website (warning: contains high levels of crankery)
- Archive of his papers on all sorts of topics
- One of many blog posts on the Debunking Denialism blog debunking Bauer's bogus HIV/AIDS denialist arguments
- Ex-prof says HIV not sexually transmitted, Collegiate Times
- Favorable review of one of his HIV/AIDS denialist books
- Debunking of his denialist arguments by the blogger Orac
- The case for the Loch Ness ‘‘Monster’’: The scientific evidence, Journal of Scientific Exploration
- Commentary on “Questioning the HIV–AIDS hypothesis: 30 years of dissent”