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On 2020/Jan/27, at 09:26, John Denker via Phys-l <email@example.com> wrote:
On 1/27/20 9:06 AM, Sam Sampere via Phys-l wrote:
The link to autism is extremely weak at best.
Let's not beat around the bush.
There is *NO* evidence worthy of the name.
The age at which the symptoms of autism first become perceptible
is roughly the age at which certain vaccines are given. There's
also one very old, fraudulent, thoroughly debunked, and withdrawn
"scientific" article. That's it.
That's not evidence of anything.
You could equally well say that solid food causes autism.
Do not assume that both sides of the debate are partly right.
That just gives the biggest advantage to the biggest liar.
-- Arno Penzias, March 1987
I decline utterly to be impartial
as between the fire brigade and the fire.
-- Winston Churchill, House of Commons, 7 July 1927
Don't do the Russian bots and trolls' work for them.
The anti-vaxxers have blood on their hands. Lots of it.
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