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Study: Unvaccinated kids are healthier than vaccinate kids

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Glocksanity, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. Rabbi

    Rabbi The Bombdiggity Lifetime Member

    Dec 18, 2004
    San AntonioTexas
    Cultural bias in testing is real but your statement is not true. cross cultural psychology has a pretty good handle on these sort of things. "IQ" is pretty universal(even if some groups are smarter than others) if we remove the bias (which would not be "IQ"
  2. F14Scott

    F14Scott Luggage CLM

    Sep 13, 2001
    Katy, TX
    I don't think anyone says vaccines are 100 percent effective. Vaccines are most effective when used on populations, rather than individuals, precisely because they are less than 100 percent effective. when you take a vaccine that is say, 98 percent effective and use it on in a population, the herd immunity that happens at the roughly 85 percent immunized range protects the other 2 percent.

  3. TactiCool


    Feb 1, 2012
    Southeast LA.
    I appreciate you looking up that study for me, really I do. However the study is from 1992 and says nothing about the subsequent publications, so it does not conclusively correlate to the dramatic increases in autism cases that we see under the use of DSMIV and DSMIV-TR.

    Really, I don't think DSMIII-R is culprit, since the drastic spike in autism occurred after the newer DSMIV was published in 1994. statistics, US dept pf ed.pdf
  4. airmotive

    airmotive Tin Kicker

    Nov 19, 2007
    Debris Field
    Am I the only person who can see my posts?
    Am I on everyone's ignore list? (probably a pretty decent chance on that one).

    Again....My wife, who is and has been a healthcare professional for 15 years, was just recently evaluated and found to be on the autism spectrum. (Asbergers) She has just become one of the numbers.

    She has not changed in the last 39 years.
    The definition of autism has changed.

    I bet if quite a few GTers took some simple online surveyes, you just might find yourself to be a natural born window licker.
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2012
  5. AK_Stick

    AK_Stick AAAMAD

    Jan 20, 2004
    Alaska, again (for now)

    Hell, I'm a certified window licker

  6. MrGlock21


    Apr 16, 2001
    North Texas
    well... I ,too, thought that there was potential. But when reading on, I got bored ...The usual egotistical exersice of back and forth 'lecturing' sometimes wears out pretty quick.
  7. Hauptmann6


    May 22, 2002
    Portage, MI
    So you admit that it's all your fault!
  8. MtBaldy

    MtBaldy Obie Wan, RIP

    Jul 21, 2005
    At the beach
    Ya know, I've often wanted a function to see who's, or at least how many, "Ignore" lists I'm on. Then, after reflecting, I usually come to the conclusion I'd probably rather not know. At any rate, you're not on mine.
  9. SDGlock23

    SDGlock23 Glockoholic

    There has been for quite some time now evidence pointing to autism being induced by vaccinations. Many articles can be found on this, here is just one

    Also what better way to keep the populace needing the drugs the major pharmaceutical companies cash in on than to infect the very people who will be needing them? They load up our children with all sorts of bad stuff via forced vaccinations and all. I'm not saying all of it is bad, but how do you know that they aren't sneaking things into the vaccine that they won't tell you about?
  10. OctoberRust

    OctoberRust Anti-Federalist

    Jun 15, 2011
    Where can I take this test without forking out any money or going to a hospital? I'm willing to be I'm a window licker. :supergrin:
  11. djf


    Jan 20, 2003
    Interesting you mention this. I work in the Autism research field. One of my customers is Ami Klin who is arguably the top researcher in the field of Autism. They all say that Autism is most likely a genetic disorder.

    Here's a Ted talk by Ami Klin. Note how he never mentions vaccines.

    Basically, I'm suggesting that you're completely full of crap.
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2012
  12. .264 magnum

    .264 magnum CLM

    Dec 5, 2002
    Dallas TX
    Agreed the OP and several others in this thread at 100% full of crap.
  13. Brucev


    Jul 19, 2009
  14. Rabbi

    Rabbi The Bombdiggity Lifetime Member

    Dec 18, 2004
    San AntonioTexas
    Oh no...not my design!


  15. Geko45

    Geko45 Smartass Pilot CLM

    Nov 1, 2002
    Alright, how about this. Should a truly autistic child be able to 'outgrow' the condition? It was my understanding that autism was incurable. The study below (2012) looked at children that were orignally given a diagnosis on the autism spectrum, but later no longer met the critieria for ASD. The study identified other factors that may have contributed to the change in diagnosis.

  16. Dennis in MA

    Dennis in MA Get off my lawn

    Aug 16, 2001
    Taunton, MA

    I'm sorry. Were you saying something? :rofl::rofl:

    I totally agree. Next we'll be talking about how we're all dying of mercury poisoning from our fillings.
  17. Geko45

    Geko45 Smartass Pilot CLM

    Nov 1, 2002
    Sorry, I was caught up in my own little world... I must be autistic.

    Exactly, autism is treated as spectrum now and not a well defined condition. Almost anybody can be tested on the wrong day and score somewhere on the scale.
  18. tantrix

    tantrix J'aimeLouisiane

    Dec 27, 2003
    Louisiana, CSA
    I know more than one couple who have kids diagnosed as "autistic". Truth is they never discipline at all and their kids are little bad-asses. And yep, they give them medication for the "condition". :upeyes:

    I wish they'd start prescribing medication to the dumbass parents instead of the kids.
    Last edited: Oct 10, 2012
  19. airmotive

    airmotive Tin Kicker

    Nov 19, 2007
    Debris Field
    ...and when we got back to the car I say, "See! I TOLD you you were retarded. NOW will you believe me?!?!"

    Lucky for me, "a-hole" isn't on the autism spectrum.
    (not yet, anyway)