Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The crew talks

Here is a preview from the crew about our up coming series. Thanks to Meredith for putting this together!

6 comments:

Heraldblog said...

Dr. David Ayoub is a "middle of the road" interview? He says WHO uses vaccines to secretly sterilize women in third world countries. He's a radiologist with no formal training in pediatrics, toxicology or neurology. That's like calling Lyndon LaRouche a "middle of the road" economist.

ANB said...

The Weinmasters are sending the blood to Dr. Mark Geier, MD, a Silver Spring, MD physician who treats children with Lupron. Lupron is a powerful testosterone inhibitor, uses to "chemically castrate" sex offenders. There's no credible evidence that Lupron does anything more than enrich Dr. Geier.

Joseph said...

Heraldblog is correct. If you think David Ayoub is a "middle of the road" researcher, you have not done your homework. See this video. (Radio Liberty is a conspiracy radio talk show.)

MaureenJohnson said...

This is a fantastic project! I appreciate that you're addressing adults with ASD's as well as children. Nice work!!!

Jenn said...

There are many people that have theories regarding our government and that doesn't mean that their science is any less valid. Dr. Ayoub may not be an expert in some of the fields mentioned. As a matter of fact if you watch a couple of his videos, he says that he did not do this research but he has compiled the research that has been done. Minus believing in the "population control" theory, you have to look at the other science and evidence that is being provided and the papers that do show a correlation. Why is it that only the American papers show no correlation. Or if they don't they are done at much lower doses than what American children get (like the Denmark study). Why is autism showing up in other countries that have never shown signs of it before we started mass vaccinations in other countries? Why don't the Amish children have autism...could it be other environmental factors? Or could it be a combination of the environmental/chemical factors including thimerasol? I don't believe for one minute that just because the CDC and FDA don't admit the connection, that there isn't one. Look how many things they put on the market that people are now filing lawsuits for. It should not be swept under the table and the research should not be stopped on the correlation. What we need is an UNBIASED study done by people who cannot be intimidated and don't have their finger in the proverbial pie.

Heraldblog said...

Jenn, you are mistaking correlation for causation. And who says the Amish don't have autism?

Careful, I know the answer.