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December 04, 2007


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Wow. The thrust of that post seems to be "Look at the noise we're making! In these three separate instances, we've got public bodies to spend taxpayers money on this waste of time because of all the noise we've made! Vindication!"

You'd like to hope that actual evidence might get a look-in, but no.

Finally, to all those who are going to post comments about the autism rates in California not coming down, following the removal of thimerosal from most vaccines: You are right. The most likely explanation is that thimerosal was not responsible for the autism epidemic.

Well at least he is more rational than John Best. Slightly.

But that does not mean that it never harmed a single child.
Is it just me, or is this combination goalpost shifting/perfectionist fallacy becoming more common lately? It seems to me like it's popping up with greater frequency on all ends of woo.

What a dolt! Nice job of picking his argument apart!

So, what this basically boils down to is: "No, we won't stop spreading that vaccines cause autism, despite the lack of evidence (but we are not close-minded, you are), up yours!"



Edit: Spam links removed by Skeptico.

....anyone know whatever language that is?

I believe it's Spamanese.


It's Chinese, and according to the Google translator, it means:
"Magnetic Materials
Which would agree with the domain name they're linking to, "nbmagnet.cn"

So in short--yeah, it's spam.

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