• Did 2014 Mark the Collapse of the Vaccine Establishment?

    The vaccine establishment is desperate. The ghosts of their fraudulent science, manipulated research, misleading propaganda across mainstream media and in the blogosphere are returning to haunt them. The pro-vaccine pundits are rapidly losing credibility as increasing numbers of parents and young adults educate themselves about vaccine efficacy and their health risks. If it were left for an open scientific debate between pro-vaccinators and those opposing vaccines, the former would not have sound science on their side. It is time for a national debate to end vaccine madness. As further research emerges, as the vaccine paradigm is further stripped away, future generations will be looking back upon vaccination as a barbaric, primitive practice.

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  • Did 2014 Mark the Collapse of the Vaccine Establishment?

    @Will -- How about putting that Word document to Google Docs and posting a public link? --Johnathan
  • Did 2014 Mark the Collapse of the Vaccine Establishment?

    Even if you actually do believe the science out there about vaccines being safe and effective, you have to stop and look at what is being done right now to promote vaccines. If you pay attention, those methods themselves should concern you and make you question the orthodox perspective even more. Just a simple copy and paste of what the pro-vaccination side is saying in a Word document alongside what the anti-vaccination side is saying shows that most comments made by professionals and laypeople alike on the pro-vaccine side are riddled with far more expletives, value words, and appeals to authority. Roughly speaking, I have found that the pro-vaccination side contains about 30% more logical fallacies and 60% more emotional appeals, especially in the last month. If the science is so impenetrable, then why are so many professionals out there acting, well, so unprofessional right now? The science should speak for itself. But instead of re-evaluating the numbers, these experts would rather argue that we're all just religious zealots and morons? I guess we never really entered an Age of Enlightenment after all.