>>16914444 They come in boxes on christmas. (Trust me when i turned 9 I got a giftwrapped box the size of my head, the wrapping paper was green with a bunch of christmas trees. When I opened it it was just the words "ADHD" and "AUTISM" and when I asked my parents how this was a Christmas present they just said "well sweety autism, adhd, both are gifts!"
>>16914480 Yea but all people at whatever stage in their life do stuff the best we can do is learn from any walk of life wherever we are as well who knows what anything this and how much of anything do we even know is real
>>16914505 This is inaccurate. The reason there is an "increase" of autism is diagnostic changes and awareness. Before you go "oh but that surely can't account for ALL the new autism???" the diagnostic criteria changed from "fit 6 our of 6 of these very specific criteria" to "fit half of these 16" Also, I think in Sweden there was a study into autism prevalence rates and the actual amount of autistic people wasn't rising, just the amount of people with an official diagnosis.
>>16914444 They aren't gifts, they are signs thta you are gifted but struggling
Both are probably caused by toxins inducing inflammation in the brain. From fake/refined sweeteners (aspartame, high fructose corn syrup), formaldehyde (in GMO soy), fluoride in water and toothepaste, heavy metals found in our polluted air and root veg, medication additives/"inactive ingredients", vaccine adjuvants
All mental illnesses are a sign of a disconnect between Soul and Mind
Detox diet, get your body fit, then start meditative and yoga practices, and you will see improvement and move along the spectrum
Autism, adhd, bipolar are all signs of a strong and vibrant soul struggling to break free of a sick mind/body it is trapped in
Schizophrenia, psychopaths, etc are similar but instead of only having a sick mind and body, their soul is either totally out of touch or sick also
>>16915313 This. There's also the rise of "autism spectrum" as a designer diagnosis among upper-middle class people. People want their kids to be special, so they get them diagnosed as autistic for just being a little weird, or focused on certain things. I've worked with a bunch of different groups of kids and it's actually funny how what you see on their info sheets changes according to social class. Richer kids are always diagnosed with a bunch of things (autism, ADD, can't eat gluten, etc), and poorer kids don't have any of that shit, because their parents don't care and don't have the resources to put them through that unnecessary shit..
>>16915377 Schizophrenia and psychopaths are very, very different. The soul isn't real. Autism, ADHD, and schizophrenia are congenital (though signs are noticed later on, especially in the case of schizophrenia.) >Eat healthy and you'll be happier. No Shit
>>16915385 I think it's more that rich people have more access to resources than poor people for the most part, not some autism conspiracy. Its class inequality, and as an extension often racial inequality with health care. When done right, diagnosis is somewhat extensive and requires usually several appointments, input from parents and teachers and the person with the disorder, and observation during the appointments. Autism and ADD can be pretty impairing, so i don't think rich people having more opportunities to help their kids with their struggles is representative of a Rise In Autism >can't eat gluten Last time I checked, allergies aren't some Special Snowflake Rich People bullshit.
It's the vaccines but here's the catch. It's not just the vaccines by themselves. If it was then medical science could prove it's the vaccines. The vaccines have to be administered then something else has to work along side the vaccine as an outside force such as GMO's, air pollution, fast food, etc
An example of this is from Batman (1989). The joker puts his smile-x chemical in health and beauty products but it doesn't work with just 1 product. You have to use a combination of them for the effects to happen
>>16918231 You have a higher chance of getting autism if you have certain genes, but it is an environmental trigger which causes the symptoms, which we don't fully understand. Multiple systems are infected including the gut and the nervous system. >Also consider that there can be multiple causes
>>16918258 Says who? I know about GI issues and autism, but there's nothing (I've seen) to prove that GI issues 'cause autism' or anything along those lines, just that there's a correlation (not causation) between the two. I do know that there are multiple causes, but it is congenital.
>>16918317 Can you tell me where you got this information? To my knowledge, autism isn't brain damage- it is however a disorder that starts in utero and affects neurodevelopment throughout autistic peoples entire life- and signs of autism are often noticed before 18 months, and chances are most stories of "my child regressed into autism after vaccines" is just paranoid parents not noticing their child had abnormal development from the get-go. >empathy and higher learning Autistic people have both of these skills, admittedly in different ways than neurotypical people, but they still experience empathy (possibly moreso than neurotypical people.) Also, I don't think it is almost all, certainly many but in no way All Of Them. And another thing to note- autism was likely around before vaccines, it didn't suddenly start being a thing in the 1970s when it was first recognized.
>>16918317 Idk where you are getting your information, but the things you seem to be accepting as fact are contentious at best. No one knows the cause of autism, for starters. But last time I checked the leading hypothesis was exposure to excessive androgens during development, not swelling. Hydrocephalus is quite a different thing than autism; if it occurs in children, it can cause lasting deficits that are symptomatically similar to autism, but the two are still separate things. In fact, anything affecting the frontal lobes can cause symptoms that might be mistaken for autism. So I think you are conflating separate things here.
I've personally read a lot of studies, and so far, the evidence states pretty unequivocally that vaccinations are safe. That's not to say that people don't have adverse reactions to vaccinations, but so far, there's nothing solid connecting it to the development of autism. Autism is not an immune-mediated disease or else it would be quite obvious to pathologists by now.
>>16918368 Where did you hear about the excessive androgens hypothesis? I've never heard that before- I guess it could be possible, but autism is likely to have many causes, some of those being environmental (by environmental I mean involving the environment during utero, not vaccines or something later on in life.) and genetic.
>>16918398 I haven't heard of that, but as >>16918368 said, hydrocephalus is different than autism. There are a lot of things that cause "autistic spectrum behavior" but aren't autism. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder, and iirc some semi-recent brain studies revealed that certain areas of the brain were often larger in autistic people- not 'swollen' just wired and developed differently than your average person.
>>16918392 I read it in a journal or a textbook a while ago. I don't claim to be an expert, but I think it should be pretty obvious that autism isn't inflammatory in origin and I kind of dislike the whole vaccine paranoia. Parents are trying to prevent their kids from being vaccinated because they give credence to this myth, and it's kind of sad.
Autism probably is environmental disease in the way you suggest. There's evidence of a lack of development in some regions in the brain, not lesions or scarring or anything like that. But yeah there's some really interesting research going on with functional neuro-imaging and autism which is showing that it's basically a matter of their brains being wired differently and underdeveloped in some areas.
>>16918476 Yeah it is pretty fascinating! It's really concerning though that parents would rather their kids be vulnerable to deadly diseases than have autism, as if autism is worse than death. I wish more research was focused on neurological things instead of genetics, and more centered around understanding as opposed to "prevention and curing", prevention possibly meaning abortion and curing meaning abusive therapies. Interestingly, a lot of autistic people say the most disabling aspect of autism is the stigma, not the actual disorder. As in, peoples refusal to understand/accommodate leads to it being disabling.
Also I think I found the article you were talking about (or at least an article about the same thing) and I didn't read much of it, but I think its about why autism is more common in men than women. not saying that its CAUSED by androgens, just that the way androgens interact with "autism genes" may explain why 3/4 autistic people are male.
>>16915377 You started out alright >>"They aren't gifts, they are signs thta you are gifted but struggling
Both are probably caused by toxins inducing inflammation in the brain."
Then you shifted into maximum over-tard >>"From fake/refined sweeteners (aspartame, high fructose corn syrup), formaldehyde (in GMO soy), fluoride in water and toothepaste, heavy metals found in our polluted air and root veg, medication additives/"inactive ingredients", vaccine adjuvants"
>>16920116 >canned tune I love to eat my classic canned tunes, such as Bach and Mozart "Tune In A Can! Slurp Up the Music! From Jay-Z to Beethoven, we have it all!" In all seriousness though, you are a tool.
Things don't exist when we don't look at them. The world isn't however many years old, we don't know the true beginning. An author doesn't start from the first page and write straight to the end. Who knows where the beginning is?
>>16914565 >>16914569 wtf are you even claiming? The action potential is propagated by a sodium potassium ion pump. The electricity you are talking about here is just a polarization based on different ion concentrations through the cells membrane. This image means absolutely nothing. Besides, if you are claiming that these aluminum and mercury 'electrical conductors' are located in the extracellular space between neurons guess what else is located there: electrolytes. Electrolytes are also able to conduct electricity. Why aren't they causing these 'short circuits'? tldr; it's slightly more complicated than the brain works on electricity
>>16920281 Car parts are causing autism? >>16920356 I'm not entirely sure! But autism isn't just in America, and even if classism isn't an issue- racism still is. >>16920273 Oh wow thanks for disproving the skeptics with "It's true." >>16920267 It's a neurodevelopmental disorder. >actual autism Oh yeah the fake autism. That's a thing. >a spazz due to fucked up parenting Do you know what autism even is??
My kid nephew has a "very slight form of autism". It's barely noticeable apart from he's a bit socially awkward and gets fixated on things, then flips out if you deny him of it. Like a game. Most of his symptoms are actually a result of him being spoiled rotten, imo. I'd argue he doesn't even have autism, though I am no doctor.
He was building minecraft worlds at 3, when the rest of the class couldn't hold a joypad. When talking to him about the game it was clear he knew every inch of it, and had worked out dimensions, geometry, cause and effect, etc. He's now 5, probably 5 years ahead of kids his age and can hold a conversation better than most adults I've met. If that's "autism" then fuck me can I have it.
It scares me to think how smart this kid could be, yet I fear he will be held back by an education system not supportive of kids that are "different"
>>16921242 Yes that's autism. He might be held back by shitty education, but hopefully he's not- and if he is hopefully he figures out how to go forward on his own. I wish your nephew good luck. Also, I'd say eh- probably not being spoiled rotten. That sounds a lot like autism to me, especially the minecraft thing- I just hope he gets the support he needs. One thing though: Keep him away from ABA. I'm not saying therapy wouldn't be good/helpful for him just, if you can make sure his parents/guardians don't send him to ABA. (A lot of things now-a-days are called ABA that aren't, by don't send him to ABA I mean don't send a 5 year old to behavioral modification therapy for 40 hours a week that's designed to make him 'indistinguishable from his peers' as opposed to therapy that's designed to make him do the best he can do.) >>16914468 I guess I never responded to this earlier (I made the post this was replying to) but yes! A lot of brilliant people are believed to have been autistic, ranging from Stanley Kubrick to Mozart to Thomas Jefferson to Newton to Einstein.
>>16921207 I don't think evolution can be oversimplified. Imo it's a pretty straightforward and almost predictable path. I mean no insult. Darwinian evolution dictates survival of the fittest. Therefore there are people surviving in today's comfortable working who are unfit to breed but are doing so. This is inevitably leading to problems. Autism and adhd being but a few
>>16921535 well i dont blame them, i mean my parents worked shit jobs and i had to sell dope for food and rob people during high school. like the diagnosis is on my record and shit, but i dont really care, i mean you talk to me in real life and its obvious that im not autistic or have any of these disability's. anyway, for how they got me to act they would read up on the disease and get me to practice acting a certain way, and they told me to act that way infront of any medical personel like docs and nurses and shit, but being young at the time i dont think i understood not to act like that infront of everyone haha. anyway, when i was 13, my parents told me about how i wasnt actually autistic, or retarded or any of that shit, but that it was for government money. All in all i cant complain, being "labeled" has put food on my plate a few times.
>>16921482 As if evolution still applies to humans, humans have overcome it through technological means. And it's not "unfit to breed" those less fit still bred, they just bred less because they were dying. Survival of the fittest means, those best fit for their environment will survive more often than those less fit, not "kill all those that are less fit to survive in this ONE environment so we SUPERIOR MORE FIT people will live." You're defending eugenics, and frankly that's disgusting. >>16921484 >>16921509 I don't think you know what autism is or what "retarded" actually entails. >>16921538 >acting as if IQ test actually measure intelligence as opposed to taught skills like pattern recognition >>16921577 >>16915416 I'd just like to point out that I wasn't wholly denying that faking autism/misdiagnosis is a thing, I meant it was for the most part uncommon, but it does happen. My apologies if it seemed like I was outright denying it!
>>16921912 cont >>16921482 If you're going to bring up the fucking "Hunters and Farmers" analogy about ADHD to support eugenics, I'm going to stop you before you start. The person who came up with that analogy (Thom Hartmann) deeply regrets it because people took that and twisted it into acting like people with ADHD were "less evolved" and I'm assuming that mindset spread over to other things like autism. That's not what he meant, at all. He just came up with it as a way to explain the difference between people with ADHD and neurotypicals, he in now way meant for it to encourage eugenic beliefs. He believes taking this as evidence for ADHD being an indicator of evolutionary failure, is ridiculously arrogant. To quote "Such a hypothesis assumes that the narrowly defined criteria for success or failure in our particular culture at this particular point in time are identical to those of all cultures, all humans, and for all of history, both past and future." He goes on to explain how idiotic it is to believe this and to disguise eugenics with "well science and evolution..." and that this implies that "nature is king, nurture is dead, and culture is irrelevant." It also assumes that our culture and society are the pinnacle of an evolutionary process,and completely discredits other cultures and societies (many of which still exist today) and ignores various important aspects of anthropology. The entire belief is based on eugenics and warping words and science to justify the belief that those "less fit" should be culled for not fitting in as well in a society and culture not built for them.
autism is actually a way for the spirit to force itself into an existence where it has to relearn compassion and the ability to respect the will of others, or order to purge the pride it gains in lives of strength.
>>16922002 this is why they can easily grasp large quantities of information that they care about, because they previously learned how to work towards their goals and have since forgotten the compassion necessary to ensure their goals are beneficial. and those super compassionate people that think they cant do anything? the ball wants to roll. but its hard because its so bouncy.
>>16922008 its not supposed to be positive or negative, its just the most likely case given my understanding of the karmic cycle. the purpose of enlightenment is to become able to appreciate and help move this cycle in the direction we deem fit, and we know the cycle deems the direction fit as well, because we were able to attain enlightenment in order to do it. dont bother arguing my point just help autistic people understand the feelings of people around them.
>>16922017 yes. i have awakened my buddha spirit in order to help the world, because everyone is kinda doing a shit job i guess, or what it actually means is that i have a goal that the force of the cycle deems valuable, so it will let me do it, because nobody else is aiming for my specific goal.
>>16922062 >>16922064 Autism isn't caused by tap water, its congenital and lifelong. I'm pretty sure there's no evidence of autism Suddenly Happening Because Tap Water. Tap water is contaminated, that's not news to anyone, but it doesn't cause autism. There's a decent amount of diagnosis, but remember that what you described at the end is essentially autism- logical thinking and lack of ease with social intuition and tend to stick to science (obviously its a spectrum, but those are common autistic traits.)
>>16922977 Everyone drinks water, including people with 'defected' children. Same goes for the original study that 'proved' vaccines cause autism, most people take vaccines so obviously most people that are autistic are going to also have taken vaccines. Correlation =/= causation. >being Obtuse on purpose sure is fun or maybe you're one of those autists that take everything literally both >>16923017 It's not the next step of evolution, because it's been around for a long time, long before it was discovered. I'm not sure what you're trying to say with the second sentence but... nonverbal autistic people don't communicate telepathically, they either use writing/sign language/text to speech/other aides, they aren't like the greys. Babies on the other hand.... that's something that needs some looking into.
>>16923114 I should have expanded on that idea more. The way I see it, maybe grays, thousands of years ago, started becoming increasingly autistic. They became non-verbal and started communicating exclusively through writing. That then turned into communication through feeling, which then turned into telepathy. Maybe in thousands of years from now, humans will all be what we now call autistic and will communicate telepathically.
>>16923150 Eh I doubt it. I think (unless Those Greys come from earth) it'd have to be longer than thousands. It's possible maybe? But I think telepathy would have to arise from technology- not evolution or anything. Although I doubt humans will become autistic, or evolve. The only thing that would allow human evolution would be mass death, and nobody wants that.
Anecdotal, of course, but during the time my daughter was recieving formula made with tap water (3 months) she showed signs of autism (such as not speaking, no eye contact, phobias/sensory processing issues)
And it was only about 12oz/24hrs. I feel fucking BAD for kids raised from birth on tap water formula, Gerber's baby food and McDonalds.
This experience is what has finally turned me to The Dark Side.
Light it up black. Autism is not something to be embraced, autistic people are. And they need HELP.
>>16915377 That's the esoteric approach to it. It's said that a damaged body is given, because of karmic influences in past lives. That there are wanderers incarnating also. It is a struggle, but karmically it pays off.
>>16915416 I think it's the processed food. People who are poor often buy ready made meals. They shop at frozen food stores, they're more likely to get diabetes, suffer from obesity/ and from heart disease.
>>16923377 you can't embrace autistic people without embracing autism. you cant say "i dont hate you i just hate your autism" because autism is part of who autistic people are also, can you explain how she is now? how she was beforehand? it could have been an adverse reaction not autism. again, reactions to things with autism like symptoms aren't the same as autism. Autism like symptoms =/= autism, autism is specifically autism symptoms experienced throughout life and causing significant impairment. >>16924595 Ignoring that this is a baseless claim, Processed food doesn't cause autism, autism isn't caused later on in life, Though i suppose it is maybe possible for the mother eating processed food while pregnant to cause autism maybe possibly? But autism is congenital, so for processed food to have caused autism it would have to been from the mother eating it (which I doubt, but I don't think there have been any studies into it.)
>>16925004 stop debunking other posters please you are just as ignorant the thunder god (dragons) and the god of mercury, cause autism. brain works on electricty [1930, 1960], they added mercury to vaccines in the 20s because of seances with dragon people.
science = saence = seance..
mercury is a radio/electric conductor
theres not actually any books that state "how to use mercury as a preservative" because its from egyptian religious practices.
and you were not taught how to use mercury as a preservative in school because its really an electric semi conductor.
real preservatives are oil honey salt and butter dipshit you sound way cheeky debunking everyone based on christian saence school books, when you forgot about <the devil>.
further mercury was known to cause only mental illness, since ===500 BC=== in Rome, Greece, according to dartmouth.edu [dartmouth tox history mercury] and later London [wikipedia mad_as_a_hatter] and Japan [minimata disease / minimata outbreak]
preservative in the mirror is ɘviƚ avɘrƨɘry .. i took out pixels of the p (EVIL AVERSERY, or EVIL AVERSERP) im not sure who this evil adverSERP is. but i bet your dumb christian text book as should know about the "evil adverSERP."
on top of that its MERCURY/MARKURY, you can probably guess what a electric radio super conductor in the bloodstream/brain called MARK- ury is.
"tomb lights have been found burning 225+ years" "Egyptian tomb's lights burning for 1500 years." >opening a tomb and finding strange “liquid silver drops” on the floor. It had an ever-burning lamp in it, but somehow it had broken > http://www.trinfinity8.com/mystery-solved-ancient-tomb-lamps-still-found-burning/
2012 mercury found under mexico's pyramid of the feathered serpent also mercury found in Xian china and other places > http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/apr/24/liquid-mercury-mexican-pyramid-teotihuacan
google: what textbooks show how to use mercury as a preservative nothing
200 year old mercury mummy from italy > http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2103841/The-Italian-mummies-preserved-mercury-200-years.html
Mercury known Toxic since 500BC
- 500 BC : [Dartmouth.edu](http://www.dartmouth.edu/~toxmetal/mercury/history.html) - 1800: [Wikipedia: Mad as a hatter disease](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_as_a_hatter) - 1908: [Wikipedia: Minimata Disease](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minamata_diseaser) - some of the key points: - specifically it was known to cause mental illness! - The romans used to use slaves to mine the stuff because it caused mental illness - It was known in even roman/greek ages by people who used it to purify gold to cause mental illness - 1900s minimata disease aka dancing cat disease, watch the video its really good (2minutes): [Youtube Link](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihFkyPv1jtU)
They say its a preservative:
- But real preservatives are Oil Honey Salt and Butter - preservative in the mirror is: ɘviƚ avɘɿƨɘɿy (i took 2 pixels out of the p) - ThimeroSal in the mirror is: lasore miht (might) (wtf)
There are good videos on youtube about mercury stopping nerve growth however :/
>>16925155 does thimerosal contain mercury: first link on google: yes (fda.gov or some shit)
brain works on electricity 1930 >mercury was added in 1920s >brain works on electricity (brain axons) discovered in 1930 (and later in 1960) >Some of the first intracellular recordings in a nervous system were made in the late 1930s by Kenneth S. Cole and Howard J. Curtis >innoculation without mercury was used since 1700s to cure disease
mercury and aluminum are elctrical conductors >both conduct radio/electricity >how does an antenna work: radio excites the electrons of metal
is mercury a superconductor >google says yes >why is this bad? superconductors are used for making CPUs
Theres more bad peices to this puzzle: >mercury eats other metals >chemtrails aluminum/barium >aluminum in baking soder >aluminum waste (Fluoride) in drinking powder >coil array matress, google coil array it says [coil arrays... for MRI via only RF] >>16925128
Mercury expands at 98degrees to a shape of a wire? >Mercury is given in vaccine form refrigerated. Mercury is used in thermometers, this means when its stored at 0 degrees it shrinks, when its injected into your blood at 98 degrees it expands violently >(if it expands in the vein its going to be vein shaped. what else is vein shaped? an electrical wire)
Let's say you have a mercury mine, and you want to increase profit. How can you do that? 1) Sell gov required vaccines with mercury as a "preservative" (preservatives are oil honey salt butter) 2) mercury actually causes mental illness, so invest or build Rx companies 3) sell lifelong treatments, often paid by the gov, for retards/mental illness *that cannot be cured* 4) go to bank every day and withraw $1,000,000, infinite profit achieved Literally more profitable than a gold mine
Thanks for the kind regards, man. I do my best to be the crazy uncle and bring him out of his shell a bit. Break the rules, get him involved socially, laugh when he falls over etc I don't think social awkwardness will be much of a problem for him desu. He's dying to interact with people, he just doesn't find kids his age interesting.
My biggest fear is doctors prescribing him drugs and his parents accepting it.
>>16925314 mercury eats other metals aluminum in vaxx also
theres aluminum in baking powder theres aluminum in anti-perspirant (to rub electrical conductors on both sides of ur heart?) theres aluminum waste (fluroide, comes from filters/scrubbers in aluminum smoke stacks) in water and more i forget,
theres aluminum in chemtrails
Im sorry but: ALL SATELLITES DO IS SHOOT RADIO How an antenna works: Radio excites the electrons of METAL
MK ULTRA = Modulation AM (Radio) = Amplitude Modulation
its pretty fuckin clear bro also:
Mercury caused a tragic incident in Hanover, New Hampshire, in 1997. The story of Dartmouth College Chemistry professor Karen E. Wetterhahn made national headlines when mercury poisoning claimed her life at the age of 48. Wetterhahn, a specialist in toxic metals, was poisoned in her lab by a few drops of the rare, extremely toxic compound dimethylmercury which accidentally penetrated her protective glove. its "death metal" >A few drops
>>16925316 Well, sometimes meds can be helpful, but he probably shouldn't be taking them if he's only 5 or something. Maybe when he gets older if he needs them to do well in school, but not in kindergarten.
your wrong poorer kids get diagnosed with asthma and get an inhaler. this is because their parents receive a tax deduction if any dependent has asthma or allergies or more welfare money for minorities.
Over the summer, I dropped psychedelics and contemplated the world around me alot. Right before I slipped into a tortured, schizoid state I saw the truth about it all. Including the causes of autism and how/why it effected so many people.
Thankfully, I have no further interest in losing my mind. The truth will always be there, I had to help myself before I became a useless martyr.
>>16925642 innoculation used since 1700s to prevent disease but mercury added as a preservative in 1920 real preservatives are oil honey salt butter [and mercury]
discovered in 1930s the brain works on electrical signals, "axons" send an electrical impulse, and further re-discovered or finished in the 60s how axons/nerves work (on electricity) but mercury also conducts radio and electricity able to short circuit the brain by connecting two axons or supercharge the brain by connecting two hemispheres
so does aluminum, sodium aluminum is in the vaccine im not sure about Sodium aluminum's properties, but adding sodium or sugar to water increases the conductive properties of water
its a fucking money scam how can we make more money than a gold mine? sell pills for mental illness that cannot be cured. how do we do that? WE ARE CHEMISTS, ill put mercury in there.
oh mercury has a tox history? i can invent a compound that has the same effect as mercury and we call it something else, thimerosal. (A compound that has the same effect) WE ARE CHEMISTS, thats all we do!
literally more profitable than mining gold sir
100,000,000million+ mental patients in USA alone. meds mostly paid for with your taxes (x400$/mo) = 40,000,000,000 a MONTH
really google [tox history mercury] and wonder why u get 64 shots as a kid today and by 2030 100 shots for kids.
>>16925682 autism rates aren't going up, they never have been. they've been constant. the amount of diagnosis has gone up, but the amount of actual autistic people hasn't. when i say so little mercury i dont mean drops, i mean 25 MICROGRAMS per .05mL dose, meaning .01% of .05mL, that's barely any. >>16925690 Ehh, autism isn't really increasing- but it is common (if ~1.5% of the population is common.) It's both positive and negative, but the most negative aspect isn't the disorder themselves but the stigma towards them.
>>16925703 >implying autism is a mental illness >implying pills are sold to cure autism >implying mercury poisoning is caused by micrograms of thimerosol >implying thimerosol is used in vaccines for infants >implying meds are primarily paid by taxes >implying correlation/causation are the same thing >implying
>>16925718 >0 vacc, 0 autism June 2005, Dan Olmstead found 3 autistic people, 2 were vaccinated. Another study found a total of 9, 3 times as the original estimate (in one specific community.) >0 vaccination ~85% of Amish people have their children vaccinated
One of the main theories on why autism isn't common in amish communities is genetics.
mercury is a super conductor [electricity] innoculations were used since 1700 without mercury, mercury added in 1920 brain axons (impulse carriers) discovered in 1930s and again in 1960s state the nerves of the brain are actually electrical impulses
could it could create a short circuit of the brain axons [question, no implying] ? >>16925642 >>16925667
im saying its a for-profit money scam because mercury known to cause mental illness [[[ONLY, it has no other effect]]] since 500BC, and i gave you a source, (there are 3 srcs in one of my posts for this)
when i post this, it is instantly downvoted, and people troll "n00b my shitty community college class says its good! it must be true", the same /x/ troll shit. the same reason nothing ever gets fixed, trolls :/
Carrying genes for Autism may have benefits only in certain scenarios, kinda' like Sickle Cell.
Urban and/or modern environments which are highly individualistic might favor neurotypes that focus on memory, math ability etc. over sociality.
While rural, old-school societies like the Amish, where everybody works together, and the whole community must come together for harvests, barn raisings etc. will favor genes for sociality. Where being a socially retarded autistic fuck will hinder you.
>>16925834 Dancing cat disease was caused by severe mercury poisoning, not 25 micrograms of thimerosol. Schizophrenia isn't caused by mercury and it's not a mental illness, it's a neurodevelopmental disorder.
to prove they committed a crime, did they lie about why they chose mercury? Googling there are no literature on "how to use mercury as a preservative". I asked on /sci/ if anyone was tought in biology/chem how to use mercury as a preservative. 0 said yes. There was no literature in the 1920s on using mercury as a preservative [that i can find]. There was text about mummies in mercury though!
Did they lie about its use? If they chose mercury as a preservative, why not chose oil, honey, salt, or butter. These are preservatives without a history of causing mental illness.
Why choose a preservative that has a history of causing mental illness
Why choose a preservative that conducts radio/electric?
If it isnt toxic [it is], why did they remove it from vaccines and dental fillings?
If thimersol isnt toxic why does it also contain mercury.
Is it the perfect crime? The "perfect crime" usually has no witness. For a witness to be "credible" for court, the witness must be intelligent and over age 13 or so. - Theres no "Credible" witness, a babies testimony will never be "credible" they are too young. - Nobody remembers how they felt before a vaccines because they are given at birth
>>16925861 Thiomersal/Thimerosol is an antiseptic/antifungal. The literal definition of a preservative is something that preserves things by killing/preventing bacteria growth, so hey! Thimerosol fits the definition!
>>16925874 I'm not saying it's not toxic as shit- but it's not a danger in doses of micrograms (1 microgram being .001 milligrams) and she was exposed to enough mercury to kill her so a lot more than a thousandth of a milligram...
>>16925880 Another thing to remember- thimerosol is barely used in vaccines (in USA at least.) Yes, it is still used and sometimes in very very trace amounts, but it is rarely used, especially in vaccines given to infants/children.
>>16925914 bro they used straight raw mercury for 80+ years on people
its very similar to the pesticide >lost the src on this story but 1915s or so USA: Sci Lobbyists actually argued with the government they convinced the government to regulate madate pesticide use AND chose chem pesticide over Lemon Juice+Water dilluted solution to save a few fucking pennies (lemon juice is to expensive, eat pesticide) the people wrote their newspapers/congressmen for ~20 years the newspapers did nothing, called everyone "Whacky" "Conspiracy theorists"
and we ate pesticide for 100 years
the pesticide foods probably made the Rx/cancer industry $100,000,000,000
anyway i think its suspicous. especially since mercury has a toxic history, and theres no witnesses to how you feel before vaccines.
there was also the times the gov tested syphalis and chem weapons on people
probably another for profit money scam. eating mercury (not sure what amount) would cause a mental illness in X% of the population, and they would go to Rx for the cure.
>>16925944 the government is shit, and so is the pharmacy industry (see: martin shkreli) but you're just pulling unconnected things out of your ass and making up numbers. the amount in (modern day vaccines) is .001 milligrams, it's such a miniscule amount. It's not dangerous at all. the problem with bringing up gov testing of syphalis/chem weapons is, eugenics was also a thing the government did and a lot of antivaxxers low key support it (see: autism speaks)
>>16925992 You can't hate autism without hating autistic people. Autistic people, have autism. It is a central part of who they are and how they act, it shapes every aspect of their personality and experience. How fucking stupid do you have to be to not get that you cannot take a central aspect of who someone is and how they think and them still be the same person? And, how is autism bad? How do autistic people have something wrong with them? And why do you hate it? And no, "uh it's different and not normal" isn't a valid answer, because that doesn't explain anything negative or positive. By your logic, autistic people saying there's something wrong with you because you're not autistic also makes sense.
>>16926030 radio (a form of radiation) excites the electrons of metal the earth puts of radiation. ALL THE TIME. ITS RADIOACTIVE. THIS EXCITES THE MERCURY. ITS NEVER STILL. CAUSATION
LIQUID SILVER (MARKury of the beast) Can cause SHORT CIRCUITS from BRAIN AXONS (LITERAL DEFINITION OF SHORT CIRCUIT) BRAIN AXON: A ELECTRICAL PATHWAY FOR NERVE IMPULSES 1930s and 1960s PDF DOWNLOADASHIT CAUSATION
BEWARE QUICKSAND - 1950s-1990s TV
"Its not that I want to destroy the world, I have to. I just work for the boss" - Silver Surfer
>>16926026 There's nothing to prove? You can't hate someones autism without hating them as a person- its part of who they are. How do I know this? It's common fucking sense. You can't hate a central aspect of who someone is without hating them too. Are you actually going to answer anything I asked or just go "ohh you're stupid because I'm an idiot who doesn't know anything" >>16926025 yes everyone knows severe mercury poisoning causes illness, but a fraction of a milligram doesn't cause mercury poisoning. >>16926030 Again, all caused by extreme amounts of mercury, not .025 milligrams
>>16926051 Yes I am because there's a massive difference between the amount of mercury needed to cause mercury poisoning and the amount in vaccines. No, not like pesticide or plutonium. Like "hey believe it or not there's a certain threshold of mercury the body can handle and the amount needed to cause even minor mercury poisoning is much larger than .025 milligrams" "mercury + aluminum conducts radio..... aluminum in our waters.... justin beiber on the radio is causing autism because there are metals inside me which means i am a radio antenna"
>>16925242 They still use it in some vaccines not routinely recommended for young children, but usually only in trace amounts (~1 microgram per dose)
Not that it matters Thiomersal is not mercury, it is a mercury compound. That's actually a world of difference in chemistry terms. It is a very effective antiseptic and antifungal agent that does not reduce the potency of the vaccines it is used in, unlike some of the other preservative agents that could be used.
Most importantly, it prevents situations like the 1928 event where a staph infection killed 12 of the 21 children given a diphtheria vaccination which lacked a preservative.
>>16926055 because I don't have mercury just laying around, let alone anything capable of measuring it down to micrograms >>16926054 You're not answering any of my questions which leads me to believe you don't even know what autism is. Define proof and how that claim would be proved, if you mean anecdotal evidence or an explanation of what autism is, sure I'll give you that. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder, from birth it influences how autistic people develop. Autism leads to different ways of experiencing things, different ways of speaking and acting and interpreting the world and interacting with others. Because of the way autism works, it affects every single aspect of the autistic person's existence. You cannot separate autistic people from autism because how they act and think and are as a person is defined and influence by autism. Telling an autistic person "I don't hate you, I hate your autism." is just a way of sugarcoating "I hate that you're different and weird." It doesn't change that you are essentially hating every aspect of how they are and how they act and how they think.
Do you guys think John Titor was/is real? I've been obsessed with his posts for years and I think it could happen. The civil war he talks about could start over all this racial animosity that's going on right now. Plus that Fax he sent to Coast To Coast back then is crazy.
i just realized this earlier today, autistic people are just people who think their important rational thoughts with their subconscious to a debilitating degree. debilitating because you don't get the knowledge yourself if the thoughts aren't in the conscious mind
>>16926095 he dont get it but even if a small amount it took 100 years to get the pesticide removed from food now we have organic food gmo comes out in every cheap ass product [candy, anything with cornsyrup, soda, cereal] and the gov says u cannot label GMO
>>16926112 this is a silly thought to even have. my concious mind does not involve itself in the goings on of every iterative action involved in controlling my body. it can, but that would be dumb. also do you really have to focus on monotonous tasks after you already learned how to do them? must be awful. im glad i can store physical movements as sets of motion that i can reproduce when required, it makes life so much easier. you only have to focus completely the first time you do a thing.
>>16926150 consciousness is the minds ability to remain aware of the things around it and have thoughts associated with it clearly for whatever is piloting the body (also called conciousness) yes, we are our own ability to remain focused, yes. some people forget that. some people are autistic. not that that's a terrible thing, the subconscious is hyper efficient and can be used in a variety of ways if properly trained.
>>16926162 Nope. You've been steeped too long in half-assed mystical psychology invented from whole cloth by cigar-sucking overthinkers. There is no subconscious, no hidden basement to the mind. There is only the mind.
Your ability to remain focused is not your consciousness. The fact that you even equate this leads me to question both your ability to understand English and your ability to think rationally.
im talking in literal psychological definitions, i dont know what you're on about. your insistance on denying any possible attribute of your mind that you may not how control over lends me to believe that you have an enlightened ego.
>>16926188 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subconscious read the first line if you don't believe me. the subconscious is where your ideas come from unless you are modifying ideas actively with the conscious, its also the kind of thing that takes control if you get woken up without really waking up and just crawl back into bed because it runs on instinct and desire.
Theres another theory I have, I call it the Big Filter theory.
Assume for the length of this text, the earth is a drop of gods blood. >Theres some proof to this >The temp of the core 10,500 F / size of galaxy 998,000 lightyears is =~ 101 F >If you set 9 pics of the planets on top of each other and set them all to 13% (100/9) opacity you get a medium brown color, like a dark californian or american indian >Cells are similar to galaxies with a small thin cell wall on the outside and a big orange nucleus in the middle [vs a chicken egg]
Our items has been questionable at times, pesticides have been sprayed, mercury in vaccines, etc.
If the earth was a drop of gods blood. If there was no such thing as metal, metal was all just gods blood. If one company just manufactured a shitload of poison, say pesticide. What would he do with it? He might say "get rid of it". Well, they're definitely not gonna burn it. They'd be burning their profits.
Or say a Rx company manufactuared a flu virus for vaccine. Thered be barrels and barrels of a virii. Thousands of tons of a virus in warehouse somewhere. Maybe even worse these metals are from gods blood, so hes literally touching a virus.
He wants it gone, they wont burn it, so what do they do? They sell it. And they have to sell all of it.
By giving it to people, its like filtering it through us, before it goes back to him. (and if he really doesnt want it, wed keep all of it)
So theory, If they just keep making barrells of poison: pesticide, mercury, bleach, virii. And keeping in a warehouse somewhere, he might just get rid of it. Would he filter it first? Through us? We have liver and kidney filters after all...
Somehow it keeps happening. >Bleach companies make thousands of barrels of bleach, it dissolves in water of course, so into the water it goes (of drinking water) >Pesticide companies only make pesticide, there is no other use. It goes onto food and cigarettes. >Mercury mines dig up mercury, known toxic since 500BC, it goes in vaccines >Fluoride is collected from the smoke stacks/filters of aluminum manufacturing, it ends up in the water
There is powerful magick at work here. The more poison you make the more you have to get rid of. And every last drop of it is sold somewhere.
If true, theres a couple reasons this could happen: We are a filter for gods blood, the more poison they make the more were gonna eat. Its a simulation: This is happening on another planet, and we have to find the cure, to show them how to do it God has this shit (vaccine or poison) and is giving it to us so we can show him how to fix it. Evil aliens and their micrograms are poisoning everything "Just a small amount" so its harder to prove
Either way its the perfect crime (specifically vaccines/pesticide): >no credible witness if given to a baby >nobody remembers how they felt or a big change because its always been this way >it took 100 years to get an alternative to pesticide foods, 50 years for mercury fillings >scientists are actually for it, and it makes millions for the companies involved
>>16926234 (contd) or it could be a sacrifice for money/magickal powers i suppose. ive never tried sacrifice so i dont know if it works, but ive heard from credible sources it does. not to mention poison producing companies [plastic/pesticide/etc are rich as fuck]
another example also is when those lead paint toys from china landed in USA. and lead or whatever it was in cat food from china.
>>16926241 intelligence measurement isn't even a very fleshed out concept, I've taken IQ test before (although they were online and free so maybe thats why) but they were primarily based on pattern recognition and sequencing, which is something that is learned/taught.
>>16926206 no, im going by the hard psychological definition, which is sumarized in brief by wikipedia, so i gave that to you because i may be underestimating your ability to comprehend any serious material because of your insistance on being negative in this argument without bringing in any of your own outside information, and also because i base most of my information on direct personal experience and not things i read on the internet. although my direct personal experience does deal a large amount with things i read on the internet.
>>16926262 you didn't at all! and I figured online IQ test are greatly different from the real deal, I was simply mentioning that intelligence is usually defined by IQ, and although some autistic people have high IQ's, some have low IQ's but that doesn't necessarily mean they aren't smart it just means they're not good at taking IQ test. I do however have ADD but I am still following what you're saying.
>>16926270 no shit sherlock. but i find it suspicious it conducts radio/electricity, is labeled a preservative (kin to oil honey salt and butter), and is found in: pyramids, lightbubls, mummies, every class room in USA (thermometer), and my brain. (and every cat,dog,fish,human, and zoo animal)
also two of the main ingredients in projectors are mercury vapors and lightbulbs.
tried to email my congress men and his email form was not working, wants my contact data, said it would take 3 weeks to even read. and even if they did they wouldnt res pond ( i was trying to let him know the mercury aluminum is clearly a radio wire, its not a preservative [like salt oil honey butter] )
>>16929528 Except, cancer and autism are very very different. Cancer is a potentially deadly disease, autism is a lifelong neurological disorder (NOT a disease) that affects every single aspect of who they are and how they act, it contributes in defining their identity. Want to know how I know? Because I'm fucking autistic. If someone told me "I don't hate you.... I just hate your autism!" I'd be pissed because that doesn't make sense, at all. Autism is part of me, you can't separate me from my autism, I am an autistic person. I can't believe you're seriously trying to compare a lifelong congenital neurological disorder to fucking cancer, they're nothing alike.
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