5/29/2009

Well, there you go. Beliefs make it so. No science needed.

"It’s long been the belief among Defeat Autism Now (DAN) practitioners and parents that some combination of toxins and infections are responsible for autism." -- Kent Heckenlively, Esq


I don't know that I really need to go far with this. I mean, stupid just kind of hits you right between the eyes at times.

If you keep reading his post, you're going to have a hell of a headache.

So apparently, it's not just mercury these kids are poisoned with, it's arsenic, too. Huh. Didn't know that. And, gads, the swine flu is a versatile thing isn't it? Here they're using it to prove children with autism have heavy metal toxicity and they were infected with viruses as well. Oh, wait a minute, there are vaccines that could protect kids from viruses, but then, according to the AoAsters, the vaccines would lead to autism because of the heavy metals that would poison them, you know?

And down the rabbithole we go.

Kudos. Kent, for a post that defied logic.

This gem is also noteworthy: " What about the aluminum, or the mercury that’s still used in the process of making the vaccines and in many flu shots? What about the formaldehyde, the lead, the cadmium, the monkey and dog kidney, as well as various animal and supposedly inactivated human viruses?"

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