So, do we know what causes autism? Not yet. What are some of your thoughts?
Although I do believe vaccines can contribute to some cases of autism, how do we explain autism in the unvaccinated? Is autism only genetic, and not caused by anything else?
I would like to look at the rapid increase in autism, I guess within the last 20+ years. What has changed in our lives, and does it relate to the rise in autism?
Ok, here are some points I would like to learn more about. Are any of these responsible for autism? Maybe a combination, mixed with a genetic predisposition, and *poof* we have case of autism?
- GMO food
- Toxins in our food and environment
- Electromagnetic wave disturbances
- Drugs used during labor
- Drugs used during pregnancy and/or breastfeeding
What else can we add to the list? I want to be clear--I don't think there are any wrong answers here. Since we don't really know yet, how can we say that any one of these does Not cause autism? A true scientific thinker should never close his/her mind.
Look at how much has changed in the last 20+ years, and how these changes correspond with the rise in autism.
It is my opinion that some people can be more sensitive than others, and in such individuals, autism is the result. This explains why there are cases of autism in the unvaccinated.