"I think the unvaccinated have NO AUTISM, and I think the ones who did get autism without a vaccine have lyme encephalopathy in utero or another infection which caused and damaged early beta cells. Again, autism is usually and typically caused by infections, toxins and metabolic crisis's matched with deficient immune/nutritional capital."
You think Kim Stagliano will respond to this comment and admit that her youngest daughter received no vaccinations and yet is autistic? Bet you money she won't. ****I cannot find the source for this information, and I do not remember which post/blog/comment of hers it was, so I will concede I could be wrong on this. I'd email Kim and ask, but I am pretty sure she would not answer me. So, consider this allegation unconfirmed for now and something I would immediately retract if Kim Stagliano asserted that all three of her children were vaccinated.****
However, I will leave the reader with this quote from Kim: "Genetics may load the gun, but environment pulls the trigger. " http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kim-stagliano/conducting-autism-researc_b_190007.html?page=2&show_comment_id=23469389#comment_23469389
Beyond that, I love the certainty this poster has. She's got all the answers. Easier that way, ain't it?
And another gem from the same poster:
"As a matter of a fact, it's best for kids to get these diseases, rather than in adulthood where they are about to have babies, or whatever...I would rather to have my kids have one week of fevers and spots (with supportive nutrients), than a lifetime of autism...sorry, not buying the politically correct message."
Certainty feels so good, so right, doesn't it? Almost as good as righteous anger. It's scary to live in a world where one admits to uncertainty, acknowledges that there is rarely certainty in the world, that answers, at least scientific ones, are constantly undergoing modification. Scientists, the really good ones who get that, and reason-based, rationalists whether scientists or not, get that, too. Living in uncertainty means we might have to go oops, I was wrong about this and alter our way of thinking.