Vaccine Autism Study Retraction
Autism is a Puzzle as they as say, and that is also a popular rally call of several autism groups. Autism really is a puzzle and one that has been figured out for some time now. The ringer is Autism is BOTH mr/dd and Einstein. Legions of people like me that BUILD on the work of Temple Grandin will probably never be admitted to in autism circles. Besides starting out life at the bottom of the gene pool and now, having figured out a different kind of thought system that takes place during the lack of eye contact our story just has no bearing for the traditional thinker. We might well have figured out the building blocks of the mind and discovered (inadvertently) the normal thoughts you use are shortcuts so indeed our story is too wild. What we discovered is during our lack of eye contact thought process is a thought process that has never been in a text book before. Thus Peer Review is clueless, Experts even if they want to investigate our claims will not as peer review is again clueless. We all build on the Thinking in Picutres ideals of Temple Grandin. It seems our inventions and our writing will have to do ,as they have done from the likes of Di Vinci, Turing and Einsten among others ,as man is not advanced enough to truly investigate new news like this.
The PBS piece regarding the retraction of the Study follows.
VACCINATION -- February 4, 2010
New York Times Reporter Assesses Vaccine Study's Retraction
By: Hari Sreenivasan
In the wake of The Lancet medical journal fully retracting its 1998 study suggesting a link between the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine and autism, we spoke with New York Times public health reporter Gardiner Harris for some perspective on the significance.
The study's author at the center of the controversy, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, sent an e-mail statement to the Los Angeles Times Wednesday emphasizing that the study did not confirm a link between MMR vaccine and autism and that "research into that possible connection is still ongoing."
For more background and reactions to the story, read our full examination of the Lancet's retraction and the public debate over vaccinations.