Originally Posted by prosciencemum
That is how science works - multiple different studies finding the same/similar results, not a single studying throwing all of the conventional wisdom out of the window in one shot. t.
Funny how the science regarding vaccines is largely a bunch of studies where the pharma-funded researchers carefully controlled conditions to give the results that they wanted.
Any knowledgeable scientist would tell you that it's actually very easy to do so.
True placebo? No way! That would make it too obvious that vaccines can and do cause autoimmune and neurological sequelae. Let's use another vaccine instead, one that has all the same toxic ingredients as the vaccine we're testing. Then we can say, "look! No more dangerous than a placebo!"
Comparing autism and other developmental and neurological issues between vaccinated and unvaccinated children? No way! That would make it too obvious that there ARE major differences. Let's compare two groups of fully vaccinated children instead. We can compare one group that got older vaccines with more antigens with another group that got vaccines with fewer antigens (but several additional aluminum-adjuvanted vaccines! And then we can say, "Look! No difference!"
Comparing the vaccination histories of autistic children vs neurotypical children? No freaking way! That's going to make the vaccine-autism link obvious! Let's compare two groups of children, and WE'LL provide the autism diagnosis for one group. The other group, well, I guess well have to mention that they have learning disabilities, attention deficits, tics, speech problems, developmental "delays," and IEPs in school, but hey, we just won't diagnose them as autistic. Then we can say, "look! No difference in vaccination history!"
Oh, wait, did we just find that African-American boys have triple the risk of autism if they get that dang MMR before 36 months? Admit it? NO FLIPPIN WAY. Let's remove as many of the test subjects AFTER the data has been analyzed, reanalyze, and hey, look! no difference!
Yep. That is how your "science" works.