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post #41 of 45
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Very well put. I totally agree with your husband (and I assume you totally agree with your husband too, which is probably a good thing).

Nana
post #42 of 45
Absolutely Nana, I agree with him.

Without that other "absolute", backbone would be harder, because 'it' gives me strength in all battles, not just the vaccine one.
post #43 of 45
I started another thread about this, but it went nowhere.

You might like to evaluate this one Deborah:

The material on this website is for thinkers.

This man has a decent brain on his head, but read slowly, carefully and think it all through.

http://www.cliffordmiller.com/

click on: Voluntary Work - 'Pro Bono Publico'
post #44 of 45
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Originally Posted by Momtezuma Tuatara
I started another thread about this, but it went nowhere.

You might like to evaluate this one Deborah:

The material on this website is for thinkers.

This man has a decent brain on his head, but read slowly, carefully and think it all through.

http://www.cliffordmiller.com/

click on: Voluntary Work - 'Pro Bono Publico'
To be perfectly fair I'm going to use the same criteria and go through them in the same way (well, I skipped the numbers : ).

Well, to start with, he says who he is and what he does up front and center. I like that.

Going to his page on Pro Bono Publico, again, front and center, is a clear statement of what he is going to talk about "Vaccine Damage."

He includes some dates in the body of his text, which is helpful to put the points in context. I find it frustrating when I can't figure out if someone is talking about events of several years ago or yesterday.

The links all work. I also like the links to all the BMJ Rapid Responses.

All the articles are by Clifford Miller: no anonymous material.

Since he doesn't charge for vaccine work, there is no conflict of interest issues in this section of the site.

The part of the site where he is promoting himself as an expert is not a problem: no cross interests that I can see.

Whipping off my librarian hat and speaking just as an interested grandmama, I'd say I'm impressed that someone with that degree of experience and knowledge of the law has become so critical of vaccines. Once he started questioning he moved pretty fast. Another thank you to Dr. Wakefield, who has made a lot of folks start questioning.

Nana
post #45 of 45
Yes, he's made fairly radical progress in changing his patterns of critical analysis.

Thanks for your analysis Nana...
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