Vaccines

Posted by: Mathgeekjoe

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I think everyone should get a vaccine but I don't think vaccines should be mandatory

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I think vaccines should be mandatory

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I think vaccines cause harm on average but there are situations where they are beneficial

6 votes
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I think no one should get vaccinated

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I think vaccines on average are beneficial but they do have negatives thus they shouldn't be manditory

2 votes
1 comment
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I think anyone who doesn't get a vaccine should face criminal consequences

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Dilara says2015-04-10T10:24:55.2375756-05:00
William Thomas a former cdc researcher blew the whistle last year and admitted that he was complicit in the Cdcs cover up of their own findings that vaccines cause autism. On health impact news there are many articles and videos showing the study that found that boys who get vaccinated earlier are 340% more likely than boys who get vaccinated later. That's the cdcs own findings witch they covered up. Vaccines still contain mercury and aluminum witch cause brain damage. Dr. Chris shaw did a study with mice and found that the mice who were given mercury and aluminum developed cognitive, emotional and physical problems. The greater good is a great documentary interviewing people from both sides of the vaccine debate.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-10T10:25:52.2429035-05:00
Which, not witch.
Dilara says2015-04-10T10:27:32.4556128-05:00
Exactly math geek. I have horrible reactions to vaccines and I've been advised by my doctor not to take them. The vaccine industry treats it as a one size fits all matter when in really vaccines affect everyone differently. For many people the positives out a ay the negatives but for some people it's the other way around.
Dilara says2015-04-10T10:27:56.7648244-05:00
Exactly math geek. I have horrible reactions to vaccines and I've been advised by my doctor not to take them. The vaccine industry treats it as a one size fits all matter when in really vaccines affect everyone differently. For many people the positives out a ay the negatives but for some people it's the other way around. They shouldn't be mandatory.
Stefy says2015-04-10T12:29:12.4036904-05:00
If vaccines were mandatory obvipusly it wouldnt be one size fits all thered be exceptions like with everything else. You wouldnt be forced to get dhpts if you have bad reactions to them. Thats a total strawman argument the law would be nuanced no one wpuld make a blanket forced vaccination law thats just fantasy. And that "study" showing they caused autism turned out to be complete junk science.
Dilara says2015-04-10T12:47:10.3976680-05:00
Stefy. That was the CDCs study. They did it in 2001 and found that boys who were vaccinated on time were 340% more likely to get autism than boys who were vaccinated later. They published part of the study in 2004. Last summer William Thomas a former researcher for the cdc admitted that he was complacent in the cover up the cdc did of their own findings. You should watch the documentary "the greater good" it shows several people who were injured by vaccines and one baby who died from them. One boy showed was Jordan king who became autistic. After being vaccinated he went from being a normal kid to being irritable, waking on his toes and not being able to speak. After his diagnosis he was tested for mercury poisoning and it turned out that he had very high levels of mercury in his body. His parents tested the paint and saw dust in their house among other things and didn't find any mercury. The mercury that poisoned Jordan was from the vaccines he was given. Vaccines contain mercury and aluminum both of with are harmful.
Dilara says2015-04-10T12:49:11.2641436-05:00
It's an article called "CDC whistle blower emerges: admits cover up on vaccines link to autism" by health impact news. He is interviewed by Brian hooker in one video and they show the cdcs findings.
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T12:50:35.8894164-05:00
@Dilara Faith healing doesn't work.
Dilara says2015-04-10T12:50:45.1587379-05:00
The interview with Brian hooker is in the article.
Dilara says2015-04-10T12:51:15.7965487-05:00
What do you mean triangle?
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T12:59:14.1925486-05:00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDjz5qHIzsc
Kreakin says2015-04-10T13:09:13.8412924-05:00
The only thing faith healing does is leave it too late to be cured.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-10T13:12:29.9176459-05:00
Who on earth brought up faith healing, what on earth does faith healing do with anything in this poll?
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-10T13:12:41.7698254-05:00
Triangle, what irrelevant subject did you bring up?
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T17:52:58.3762007-05:00
I just showed a video mocking anti-vaccine people. I brought up the fact that faith healing doesn't work because anti-vaccine people usually believe in faith healing.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-10T17:54:45.0773373-05:00
"I brought up the fact that faith healing doesn't work because anti-vaccine people usually believe in faith healing." You are overgeneralizing stereotyping, some people like Dilara have bad reactions to vaccines thus don't support them.
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T17:57:06.0668521-05:00
She's mentioning that vaccines have mercury and autism and are bad for everyone. Some people may have bad reactions to them but the chance is rougly one in over a million.
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T17:58:43.6786581-05:00
The US population is around 320 million. That means, roughly 320-640 people in the USA would have a bad reaction.
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T17:59:33.8474335-05:00
In other words, vaccines are a good thing for literally everybody except an extremely small minority.
Dilara says2015-04-10T18:06:24.4280759-05:00
I know most of the time they aren't harmful. But for some people they are and therefor vaccines should be optional.
triangle.128k says2015-04-10T19:19:09.0936375-05:00
That "some people" is one in a million.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-04-10T19:30:01.7919225-05:00
It is higher than one out of a million.
triangle.128k says2015-05-07T19:20:57.9760634-05:00
@Mathgeekjoe Proof?
triangle.128k says2015-05-07T19:21:19.9933244-05:00
"Severe allergic reactions to vaccines are rare (around 1 in a million), and the doctor is prepared to deal with them if they do occur" http://www.vaccines.gov/getting/expect/for_children/
triangle.128k says2015-05-07T19:23:02.0810332-05:00
Dilara the anti-vaxxer must be so anti-vaccine even though only a few hundred people out of a million would be harmed by vaccines. More than a few hundred people would be harmed by diseases.
triangle.128k says2015-05-07T19:24:06.8530636-05:00
The nonsensical study a while ago on vaccines causing autism was proven to be a fallacy. Autism is something you're god damn born with, it's not caused by vaccines! That's like saying that apples cause down syndrome.
Dilara says2015-05-07T21:07:16.7737845-05:00
Watch the greater good movie
Mathgeekjoe says2015-05-07T21:14:27.7183454-05:00
"Dilara the anti-vaxxer must be so anti-vaccine even though only a few hundred people out of a million would be harmed by vaccines. More than a few hundred people would be harmed by diseases." A few hundred out of a million? Well by that logic, people must be so pro-vaccine that they care about the measle virus which would have had a death rate of 1 out of a thousand many years ago, and likely an ever lower death rate now with improved medical care.
Varrack says2015-05-07T21:14:59.7923566-05:00
A lot of these options are overlapping...Kinda bard to choose one.
Mathgeekjoe says2015-05-07T21:16:07.7434111-05:00
Well I would add an answer to fully grant your opinion if needed, just leave a comment.

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