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    hey it's me the guilty one here to spread more disease of arrogant ignorance...maybe they should develop a vaccine for that.


    http://www.generationrescue.org/studies.html


    http://drtenpenny.com/more.aspx


    http://www.vacinfo.org/researchers.htm


    I mentioned disease that are no longer prevalent yet have no vaccines...I guess no one wants to address that one.

    Also to clarify I don't think all vaccines are scams...just extremely over used and flu vaccines are scams IMO.


    the fluoride issue is too silly for me to even try to convince anyone that is is a bad idea...if you think the public should be medicated without consent,possibly with industrial waste, then I think you are crazy or maybe you have just accumulated to much mercury and fluoride in your brain.


    http://www.mercola.com/article/links/fluoride_links.htm


    http://blogs.mercola.com/sites/vitalvotes/archive/2007/06/05/The-Dangerous-Fluoride-Deception-You-Need-to-be-Aware-Of.aspx


    IMO reality is subjective because all sensory data is nothing more than each persons brain interpreting....we have never actually "seen" sunlight...only neurons firing in the brain. If you lost sight or hearing I would say that your version of reality would be different. Every ones mind works through a filter of imprinted experiences from their environment and therefore may interpret data differently.


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    The Amaz!ng Meeting 7 Panel discussion about the Anti Vax movement. The benefits of vaccination far outweigh the supposed risks. The panel talk gave many examples of how vaccines have helped eradicate diseases that caused millions of deaths around the world.


    Steve Novella an American clinical neurologist, assistant professor and Director of General Neurology at Yale University School of Medicine. Novella is best known for his involvement in the skeptical movement.</blockquote>


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    hey it&#39;s me the guilty one here to spread more disease of arrogant ignorance...maybe they should develop a vaccine for that. </blockquote>


    Too bad you wouldn&#39;t take it, even if presented with mountains of evidence from repeated trials that confirmed the efficacy and safety of said vaccine.


    More to the point, such a thing already exists. It&#39;s called critical thinking; I highly recommend trying it out sometime.


    Then again, I understand how the rush of excitement which one gets from reading apocalyptic hyperbole on the internet can become quite addicting. Perhaps some cliff diving or the latest Saw movie could serve to terrify you in the absence of sensationalized "news?"
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    IMO reality is subjective because all sensory data is nothing more than each persons brain interpreting....we have never actually "seen" sunlight...only neurons firing in the brain. If you lost sight or hearing I would say that your version of reality would be different. Every ones mind works through a filter of imprinted experiences from their environment and therefore may interpret data differently. </blockquote>


    Well, not really...the beauty of conclusive scientific data is that it is not subjective and can be reproduced repeatedly to achieve similar results. However, if you are positing the philosophical argument that reality is subjective due to individual variation in sensory perception, then you only succeed in exposing the futility of your post. Why continue to tirelessly promote the veracity of your argument if you then conclude that such a veracity is neither existent nor relevant?


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    Vaccine Paranoia

    http://tinyurl.com/yatfgz7

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    A bit tedious but right on.


    "Critical thinking," the anti-vaccine vaccine! I love it.


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    I was thinking about this thread when I signed up to receive a flu shot today.


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    This thread is like a train wreck...I can&#39;t stop myself from looking.


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    LOL! I think it holds a record for pages and posts, at least since June when I started lurking here!


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    Ew, I&#39;m not a nice person. I should work on that.


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    Do Vaccines Cause Autism? Correlation vs. Casuation


    Part 1: http://bit.ly/HFl31

    Part 2: http://bit.ly/3ioJAd




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