NetBase thinks you might!
TechCrunch reported yesterday on some bizarre flaws with HealthBase — a new website that "aggregates medical content from millions of authoritative health sites including WebMD, Wikipedia, and PubMed."
The aggregating part of their system appears to be working quite well. Unfortunately, the sorting of information needs some work.
For instance, the site hasn't figured out how to discriminate between the verb "aids" and the disease "AIDS," so a scan of Wikipedia that revealed info about someone who "aids the Jews" led HealthBase to determine that Jews are a cause of AIDS.
Even stranger, you can then click through to "see proper 'Treatments' for Jews. Apparently, 'alcohol' and 'coarse salt' are treatments…as is Dr. Pepper!"
Silly, HealthBase! Everyone knows you can't get rid of Jews with Dr. Pepper! Try Mountain Dew. Jews hate it's distinct citrus flavor.