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Re: [Phys-L] More blood Re: disinformation

- What you have just written again makes it evident that you have not done your homework as I had urged.
- I could go on for a week or more answering your specific questions or challenging your specific mal-assertions one at a time, while, if you had done your homework you would have saved us both a lot of time and work.
- Again: there are no shortcuts.
- Of course my bias is obvious, but my main message is that one should thoroughly self-inform on both sides of the issue, then decide for him/herself where the truths must lie.
- Be suspicious of anyone who opposes or pulls you away from, an objective search for an array of truths. What would they have to lose?
- By the way, it seems that the best way to find my autism transcript is to do a search on just, “Billy D. Norwood.”
- Among the mostly personal snooping hits and anti-tobacco hits, and other autism hits, one will find two hits about my transcript of the documentary, Autism: Made in the USA.
Thanks for reading.
Bill Norwood

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On Jan 27, 2020, at 11:37 PM, bernard cleyet <> wrote:

On 2020/Jan/27, at 09:26, John Denker via Phys-l <> wrote:

The anti-vaxxers have blood on their hands. Lots of it.

The “down” side of the first amendment. [1]

bc, … also wishes money was not speech.

[1] "In many ways, vaccines are a victim of their own success. Years ago, people were intimately familiar with the suffering caused by diseases such as polio, whooping cough and measles. Today, they’ve been virtually eliminated — along with the memory of their terrible effects. As a result, generations of parents have grown up 'more likely to be scared of the vaccine than the disease,' said Paul Offit, …"

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