Message from @Ninja8flash
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@Salade Nah, I managed to stay healthy and hardly get sick in my later years. Possibly because the people around me were vaccinated, and also me staying home a lot after college completion keeps me isolated from public sicknesses. But many of the vaccinated students still got sick, like flu. Some other vaccines like whooping cough worked really well and you would have very slight chance of contracting it but you still could spread it to other people.
So are you anti or pro
Flu vaccines weren't that great, you only got them because the school required it. Unless you got a signed exemption
Or are you just against some
@Salade They have many benefits, maybe negatives that can be fixed.
I am not against them, so pro I guess.
Some are less effective than others
If I do get vaccinated again, I'd do Tetanus shot maybe, I haven't got it for decades.
Well we in the dutchielands have only a hand full of vaxs and I got all of those
The thing with vaccines is that they get tested directly and crossed review. So I don't have as much of a problem with mainstream medical science, it relies more on the zetetic method.
I’m a health professional and on the front lines...exposed to sick people every damned day. All my coworkers get vaccinated...I don’t. Everyone else gets sick 3 times a year. I don’t get sick. 😂
It’s slowly coming out...the disastrous effects of some vaccines. They won’t be able to cover it up forever. 😃
Mercury is no longer in vaccines
Not used in any vaccines?
Don't be that dumb Google it
Even Google says there is
Yeah, I'm pretty sure Thimerosal is still used in some vaccines.
Ok my bad
U r right
You lipped off to me yesterday.
There is no scientific evidence to support that thimerosal
Ohhh myy good It doesn't cause autism
I have a brother with autism and they ran a test on him, it doesn't cause autism
Much of the increase in autism is from change in diagnostic criteria. There is no objective test that reveals autism, it is diagnosed from analyzing behavior under a particular criteria by experts.
And when you change criteria to be less restrictive, you can get more people with autism that otherwise wouldn't pass for it before.
@The Gwench yea ik can u at least tell me what i have to do in the interview for it and I'll have it later or something.
@The Gwench u also called me a 'sheep burger' that hurt I am a cheeseburger the best burger
That picture with the rates of vaccines and the rates of autism is false cause fallacy.
It's like saying "The older Donald Trump got, the more people got autism, Donald Trump getting older causes more autism!"
Ever considered the reason there are more people with autism in the U.S. is because there are more people in the U.S.?
^just shorten that down to correlation≠causation