Is there a connection between Aluminum and Glyphosate and Autism? New research says yes…
The vaccine debate rages on. There are strong points on both sides, and whether you are pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine, it just doesn’t matter. What’s most important is getting to the bottom of all the information we have so far. And priorities.
Historically in science, we take 1 factor and look at it individually to see what its effects are. Then we take the next factor. We then make conclusions about that factor alone. What we have not been doing is looking at combinations of things.
For example, we all know by now that smoking is bad for your health. We also know drinking alcohol is bad. The actual word toxic is in “intoxication.” But here’s the rub, smoking and drinking are not twice as bad for you when used in combination. They aren’t even 4 times as bad. It is estimated that it is more likely 10 times as bad! How did the two things quickly become exponential?
I also realized that some problems are just too hard to calculate when using real world scenarios. Back in my college years, I took physics for engineers. We calculated velocity always in a frictionless world. In fact, most of the things we calculated were in a frictionless world. Why? Because friction is difficult to calculate. That is more for advanced physics. But friction is a part of everything you do on a daily basis.
I also once asked my professor why we never calculate the surface area of a leaf? His response was that it was too difficult. The shape was too hard to calculate and then his final answer was to me “truthfully the surface area can only be calculated by chaos theory and would most likely be infinite.” That blew my mind. How can something that is obviously finite be infinite? He said if you include the pores, the serrations, the ridges, the veins and all the characteristics, you could be calculating for years.
Life is inherently complex and it is getting more complex as we continue on the same paths.
What I am saying is to first never under-estimate nature. We have almost completely forgotten its magnitude and complexity. Second, we can never become locked into a mentality of “it worked before it should work now.”
I am not a research scientist but I have been in the past at the University of Arizona as a student. Science, like everything else, is constantly working on a better understanding. We can never say we have all the answers for anything. Nor can we be sure that what worked well in the past works now because of changes in the enviroment.
This is the attitude I wish for when we are debating vaccines.
Here is what we know:
- The rate of autism is going up.
- Children face challenges that were not present in the previous decades.
- The developing fetus is delicate and can be affected by chemicals and drugs. We have many, many examples of this. One example: DES. If you don’t know what it is, just follow the link.
- Toxicology is dose related – what can be medicinal may also be a poison.
- Some elements are NEVER medicinal – mercury, glyphosate (Round-up), aluminum, and formaldehyde are always poisons.
I am very happy that new research is coming out looking at the connections between chemicals in vaccines and the environment. We MUST start looking at the compexities of biology, chemical interactions, and toxicology. I have attached a link to a video I really want you to watch. There are shorter versions on youtube, but turn it on, do the dishes or fold the laundry and listen to it. I think it is important.
Please watch this video on the connection between glyphosate (round-up which is on ALL GMO FOODS!) and aluminum (which is in ALL VACCINES).