4/10 Autism Eye contact
Based on the Science Daily 12-25-96 Autism Article on LACK OF EYE contact in Autism.
Quoted and Commented upon paragraph by paragraph on the blog of Rich Shull. Author Autism Pre Rain Man Autism.
Science Daily — MADISON ----- Fourth Paragraph of Article
"This is the very first published study that assesses how individuals with autism look at faces while simultaneously monitoring which of their brain areas are active," says lead author Kim Dalton, an assistant scientist at UW-Madison's Waisman Laboratory for Brain Imaging and Behavior. Dalton measured eye movements in conjunction with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), a sophisticated technology that allows researchers to "see" a brain in action."
From Rich Shull,
If Autism's most popular and fashionable researchers would care to admit to our high functioning anthropology and they knew our inside secrets we would unintentionally stand their MRI's on their nose. If our Autism was admitted to and people realized our thought process has never been in a book before let alone identified in an MRI they might indeed get a different picture of their very own test results.
Again these well intentioned researchers are hung up on Eye contact and in reality they don't even know the Eye Contact is NOT the important issue in our lives as we learn our autism thoughts by trial and error. Modern diagnosed Autism even goes miles in the wrong direction in taking way our slim chances at learning our own different type of thoughts. Once we learn our autism thoughts like Still and Motion Picture the very basic ones that Temple wrote about and we go onto Picture in Picture thought, projection thought, 3-4 Dimension thoughts and others. If mankind is extremely lucky researchers will see, what we see. We eventually become masters at eye contact, we even do body language. We might have figured out autism but we are too little too late Rain Man has cursed us all. 3 and 4 demension thought and projection thoughts and other high end picutre thoughts explain the great minds of our time like Turing, Enstein ,Testla and yes even the character Rain Man's ability to do the phone book and little else. Picture thought wise there is little differance bettween the villiage idiot and and Einstein.
If our Autism experience was figured out, admitted to and duplicated autism would again be filled success stories like ours. Modern autism has been more work than help (unknowingly). We might have overcame autism but we might never overcome the autism empire that sees us as nothing more than a threat.
Rich Shull,,,, Http://prerainmanautism.blogspot.com
The "best autism book ever" ALAN TURING: The Enigma By Andrew Hodges Simon and Schuster New York. Copyright 1983 Related Item PBS-BBC show entitled Breaking the Code by Hugh Whitmore, based on The Enigma.