Modern convenience apparently comes with a bit more of a price tag than we (mostly) thought. It seems that extremophiles (those critters that can survive damn near anything) may be alive and well in a few of the common appliances that most of us have […]
By now I’m sure many of you (my fabulous readers) have heard them defending the
quack researcher fraud doctor ‘Guy’ who, at one point claimed that Autism was caused by vaccinations. Sure, okay he was ‘framed’ and is now having the other scientists be super-mean to him. Isn’t that just awful?
Well, awful if you forget about the admitted fraud that is Andrew Wakefield, and all that icky stuff. After all, moms don’t really have anything better to do than listen to some D-List celebs whilst sitting on a couch and eating those Bon—Bons- especially thinking for themselves / rationally.
Sadly, Andrew Wakefield’s ‘research’ still stands as a testament on how our modern medicine has failed us. Or, you know at least how Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey still are getting sucked into defending what they want so desperately to be true. Yes, it is true that Autism is hard on anyone, let alone a parent of an Autistic child. But, placing blame on vaccinations- especially when 99% of the vaccination save lives and are not being contested or argued about..
It’s only one, the MMR Vaccine and the research by ‘Dr’ Andrew Wakefield has been proven time and time again to be wrong, and completely falsified.
"Dr. Andrew Wakefield is being discredited to prevent a historic study from being published that for the first time looks at vaccinated versus unvaccinated primates and compares health outcomes, with potentially devastating consequences for vaccine makers and public health officials," read part of a long, detailed statement issued Friday by the couple.
Because, really when you really boil it all down falsified research is no reason to ignore a pseudo-
quack-scientist. I mean, really- the fact that after this was proven false and he was asked to leave his position due to the harm caused means nothing.
After all, there is still so much to do!.
*I did ask mostly nicely.
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