Not only for him, but for some of the ones who have already been silenced by political activists. There are apparently 14 folks who have been served, and some are not allowed to speak out.
Stand with the #Science14 . And watch for more press soon, too. Apparently he's been talking with a lot of media outlets.
Cancer, like most diseases are an immune failure caused by genetic mutation and nutritional deficits. That's why everyone who smokes don't get lung cancer and some people who have never smoked do get it. Smoking accelerates/aggravates lung cancer, but isn't the cause.
Vaccinations have successful ridded humanity of scourges like small pox and offers a treatment to prevent rabies when bitten. But as TB proved, not all vaccination/innoculations wore to prevent disease.
Some diseases are purely nutritional in nature, like pellagra, rickets, and scurvy.
All of the affects of vaccinations are not know. Nothing of a medical nature is riskless, and little has ever been done to insure the safety and efficacy of vaccinations. Humans are the experiment when it comes to vaccinations.
Again I ask, why doesn't the FDA release the statistics of how many unvaccinated children have autism. It would put the issue to rest permanently.
Wingnuts “adhere to their belief system in a rigid fashion, leading them to perceive their political ideas as the simple and only solution to societal problems. Conspiracy beliefs feed into a core feature of political extremism, namely a desire to make sense of societal events through a set of clear-cut assumptions about the world.” This in turn “induces them to perceive evil conspiracies as causal explanations for various events.”
"Historical records suggest that the political extremes—at both the 'left' and the 'right'—substantially endorsed conspiracy beliefs about other-minded groups. The present contribution empirically tests whether extreme political ideologies, at either side of the political spectrum, are positively associated with an increased tendency to believe in conspiracy theories. Four studies conducted in the United States and the Netherlands revealed a quadratic relationship between strength of political ideology and conspiracy beliefs about various political issues. Moreover, participants’ belief in simple political solutions to societal problems mediated conspiracy beliefs among both left- and right-wing extremists. Finally, the effects described here were not attributable to general attitude extremity. Our conclusion is that political extremism and conspiracy beliefs are strongly associated due to a highly structured thinking style that is aimed at making sense of societal events."
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The person who started the measles epidemic in California had the full complement of measles vaccine. A substantial number of people who are getting the measles have had the correct complement of measles vaccines.
I had measles when I was a child in the 1950s. This gave me a lifetime immunity. I received six measles vaccines in the four years (and all the other available vaccines at the time) I was in the military.
I've had chicken pox, too. So, if I listen to the vaccine manufacturers it's only a matter of time before I get shingles if I don't get there vaccine. I'm not going to get the vaccine. Barbara Walters thought she couldn't get shingles because she never had chicken pox. She got exposed to a child with chicken pox and came down with shingles.
If I am bitten by a rabid animal, yes, I'm getting the rabies vaccine. If I am going to travel outside the country, I would get the required vaccines for where I am going. So, I am not against vaccines.
"Of the 34 patients in the current measles outbreak whose vaccination status is known, only five were fully vaccinated, according to the Los Angeles Times. And the worst of the outbreak is centered in Orange County, ground zero for the anti-vaccination movement that's put children at risk over junk science."
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