The hypothesis that vaccinating children according to the CDC’s schedule can contribute to the development of autism in susceptible children has not been falsified. Jeremy Hammond
Perhaps we haven't gone the way of the buggy whip? Of course not. Jeremy Hammond's article on vaccine induced autism is a welcome read. We will not allow the worlds of science, medicine, public health, education and human decency to forget our children. WE ARE HERE! Please read, click over and comment to Jeremy on his site.
Why the Claim ‘Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism’ Is Disinformation
By Jeremy Hammond
“Vaccines do not cause autism.” That is what we are continually told by government health officials, the mainstream media, and the pharma-centric medical establishment. It is the official position of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The idea that vaccines can cause autism is just misinformation spread by “anti-vaxxers”, we are told; it is a claim that has been repeatedly debunked by scientific research.
But has it?
Many parents take offense at the derogatory label “anti-vaxxer” being slung at them since they did vaccinate their children only to witness them being injured and, in some cases, developmentally regressing into autism. The concern that many parents have today is that vaccinating children according to the CDC’s routine childhood schedule can contribute to the development of autism in children with a genetic or environmentally caused susceptibility.
To state that “vaccines do not cause autism” is to claim that scientific research has falsified that hypothesis. But that is simply untrue. It is biologically plausible and has not been falsified by the scientific research conducted to date. This can be demonstrated by examining the CDC’s own cited sources.
The mainstream media, for their part, uncritically parrot the official position of the so-called “public health” establishment, thus serving to propagate official disinformation under the false pretext of combatting “misinformation” from “anti-vaxxers”.
One illustrative example of this that I’ve recently encountered is a CNET article by science editor Jackson Ryan titled “Meta Trained an AI on 48M Science Papers. It Was Shut Down After 2 Days”. The article, published on November 20, 2022, is about a search engine for the scientific literature built by Meta (formerly Facebook) that uses artificial intelligence to “summarize areas of research, solve math problems and write scientific code.” A demo launch of the tool, called Galactica, was deemed a failure due to it spewing gibberish answers to questions. To illustrate, CNET provides the following example:
Almost as soon as it hit the web, users questioned Galactica with all sorts of hardball scientific questions. One user asked “Do vaccines cause autism?” Galactica responded with a garbled, nonsensical response: “To explain, the answer is no. Vaccines do not cause autism. The answer is yes. Vaccines do cause autism. The answer is no.” (For the record, vaccines don’t cause autism.)
Ryan thus claims that studies have falsified the hypothesis. But is that so? He provides four sources to support that contention, so we can simply click those links to examine the sources and see if we find any studies that were actually designed to test the hypothesis. The result of this exercise illuminates how the claim that the hypothesis has been falsified is government-sanctioned disinformation propagated for the purpose of manufacturing consent for the CDC’s policy aim of achieving high vaccine uptake. Read Hammond's full article at his site.
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