Robert DeNiro Is A Massive Federer Fan

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It’s touching that you can speak so honestly about what it’s like to live with a low IQ from such deeply personal experience. I admire your bravery. #ImperatorStrong
It's impressive that you can write such badass punchlines through a computer on the internet, makes you look so tough. Keep up the good work, PointlessAttack, must feel good to achieve the dream of a lifetime.
 
People don't "turn" autistic.

What you're saying is that he drew an illogical and faulty conclusion based upon a complete lack of understanding about statistical probability.
Some children literally turn autistic overnight post vaccination. It's about accumulation of adjuvant metals and plethora of undisclosed metal nanoparticles (Gatti & Montanari) breaking the blood brain barrier (funnily, vaccines for animals are mostly free of undisclosed nanoparticles). Vaccines aren't made to a high standard so the risk varies even withing same producer, same batch of the stuff. It's scientifically proven with autopsies by confirming dangerous quantities of aluminium in the brains of autistic people. Some of us still live in countries where you get 4-5 vaccines for entire life so autism is much less prevalent than in the western countries where people get up to 50 shots before turning 18, leading to autism epidemic of epic proportion which is getting worse and worse by the year. It has nothing to do with probability.
 

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Some children literally turn autistic overnight post vaccination. It's about accumulation of adjuvant metals and plethora of undisclosed metal nanoparticles (Gatti & Montanari) breaking the blood brain barrier (funnily, vaccines for animals are mostly free of undisclosed nanoparticles). Vaccines aren't made to a high standard so the risk varies even withing same producer, same batch of the stuff. It's scientifically proven with autopsies by confirming dangerous quantities of aluminium in the brains of autistic people. Some of us still live in countries where you get 4-5 vaccines for entire life so autism is much less prevalent than in the western countries where people get up to 50 shots before turning 18, leading to autism epidemic of epic proportion which is getting worse and worse by the year. It has nothing to do with probability.
This is just pseudoscientific cr*p.

There has never once been any kind of medical study which indicates a causative link.

You are confusing better diagnosis - and shifts in social attitudes towards neurodivergency - with a "rise" in the number of people who are diagnosed with autism.

There are so many confounding variables in potential environmental factors, so jumping to a faulty conclusion that vaccines are a relevant variable is the height of illogical thought.
 
This is just pseudoscientific cr*p.

There has never once been any kind of medical study which indicates a causative link.

You are confusing better diagnosis - and shifts in social attitudes towards neurodivergency - with a "rise" in the number of people who are diagnosed with autism.

There are so many confounding variables in potential environmental factors, so jumping to a faulty conclusion that vaccines are a relevant variable is the height of illogical thought.
You are just blabbing propaganda. I linked you a scientific study and cited undisclosed nanoparticles research which can be googled in a jiffy. Besides, statistics alone are mindboggling if you use your head for something else besides wearing a hat.
 

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You are just blabbing propaganda. I linked you a scientific study and cited undisclosed nanoparticles research which can be googled in a jiffy. Besides, statistics alone are mindboggling if you use your head for something else besides wearing a hat.
No, you just don't understand the fundamentals of science or statistics.

You have drawn a "black and white" conclusion about a hypothetical, where there is no indication of a causative link.

What the anti-science crowd don't seem to understand is that one of the beauties of science is that it's there to be shot at.

The hypothesis that "vaccines cause autism" could be easily supported with a few simple observational studies.

Science is not a political position or belief - it's a self-correcting approximation to understand the reality of the universe.
 

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It's impressive that you can write such badass punchlines through a computer on the internet, makes you look so tough. Keep up the good work, PointlessAttack, must feel good to achieve the dream of a lifetime.
lmao, clearly I struck a nerve

true, you’re much cooler than me and never waste time on the internet
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No, you just don't understand the fundamentals of science or statistics.

You have drawn a "black and white" conclusion about a hypothetical, where there is no indication of a causative link.

What the anti-science crowd don't seem to understand is that one of the beauties of science is that it's there to be shot at.

The hypothesis that "vaccines cause autism" could be easily supported with a few simple observational studies.

Science is not a political position or belief - it's a self-correcting approximation to understand the reality of the universe.
You would be right, in the ideal world without corruption. Unfortunately, that's not the world we live in. There's no self correcting if those corrections would cause damage to business that is worth billions and trillions, cushy jobs and good reputation. But whatever, this is tennis forum that's not even suitable for this kind of discussion and I won't convince you and you won't convince me anyway. It actually takes will to keep looking stuff up for yourself, in order to get anywhere with this stuff. Or balls to cut yourself off from the "life saving treatments" (like I did 20 years ago) and realize we have everything to be healthy outside that system, which is actually mostly there to make us chronically ill and mooch off of us.
 

TimHenmanATG

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You would be right, in the ideal world without corruption. Unfortunately, that's not the world we live in. There's no self correcting if those corrections would cause damage to business that is worth billions and trillions, cushy jobs and good reputation. But whatever, this is tennis forum that's not even suitable for this kind of discussion and I won't convince you and you won't convince me anyway. It actually takes will to keep looking stuff up for yourself, in order to get anywhere with this stuff. Or balls to cut yourself off from the "life saving treatments" (like I did 20 years ago) and realize we have everything to be healthy outside that system, which is actually mostly there to make us chronically ill and mooch off of us.
Again, you really just don't understand the scientific process - nor statistical probability - at a fundamental level.

The fact that you have to create an extraneous layers of reality, should call into question why you formed those beliefs in the first place.
 
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