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 Forget hi-tech cures and dig out Granny's recipe

The Vaccine Controversy:
Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines
http://www.***.com/

Proc. Intern. Mind of a Child Conference, Sydney, Australia 2002
Chronic Mycoplasmal Infections in Autism Patients
http://www.***.com/



Sun, 28 Jan 2007 19:11:17 GMT
 Forget hi-tech cures and dig out Granny's recipe

Anthrax Vaccines 'Major Factor' In Gulf War Illness
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/
2004/08/11/ngulf11.xml&sSheet=/news/2004/08/11/ixhome.html
( http://tinyurl.com/7ylud )

Quote:
> The Vaccine Controversy:
> Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines
> http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...

> Proc. Intern. Mind of a Child Conference, Sydney, Australia 2002
> Chronic Mycoplasmal Infections in Autism Patients
> http://www.immed.org/publications/autoimmune_illness/1GNetal-AutismAu...



Mon, 29 Jan 2007 04:11:41 GMT
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Quote:

>The Vaccine Controversy:
>Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines
>http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...

"Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be a
facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
them?

  -- David Wright :: alphabeta at prodigy.net
     These are my opinions only, but they're almost always correct.
       "If I have not seen as far as others, it is because giants
           were standing on my shoulders."  (Hal Abelson, MIT)



Mon, 29 Jan 2007 11:32:00 GMT
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Quote:

> >The Vaccine Controversy:
> >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines
> >http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...

> "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
> this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
> unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
> something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
> they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
> reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be a
> facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
> them?

Pathetic.


Mon, 29 Jan 2007 18:28:29 GMT
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Quote:




> > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

>http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...
ontraversy.htm

> > "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
> > this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
> > unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
> > something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
> > they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
> > reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be a
> > facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
> > them?

> Pathetic.

You are approaching self-knowledge.


Mon, 29 Jan 2007 21:21:24 GMT
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Quote:







> > > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

> >http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...
> ontraversy.htm

> > > "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
> > > this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
> > > unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
> > > something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
> > > they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
> > > reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be a
> > > facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
> > > them?

> > Pathetic.

> You are approaching self-knowledge.

Non sequitur.


Mon, 29 Jan 2007 23:38:14 GMT
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Quote:
> "M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t-August 12, 2004" <M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t









Quote:

> > > > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > > > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

>http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...
> > ontraversy.htm

> > > > "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
> > > > this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
> > > > unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
> > > > something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
> > > > they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
> > > > reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be
a
> > > > facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
> > > > them?

> > > Pathetic.

> > You are approaching self-knowledge.

> Non sequitur.

There is plenty of sequitur for those who understand.


Tue, 30 Jan 2007 04:55:40 GMT
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Quote:




>> >The Vaccine Controversy:
>> >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

>>http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...

>> "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
>> this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
>> unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
>> something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
>> they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
>> reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be a
>> facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
>> them?

>Pathetic.

That was my impression of the web site too, but I was hoping to get a
few more opinions.

  -- David Wright :: alphabeta at prodigy.net
     These are my opinions only, but they're almost always correct.
       "If I have not seen as far as others, it is because giants
           were standing on my shoulders."  (Hal Abelson, MIT)



Tue, 30 Jan 2007 10:25:20 GMT
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Quote:




> >> >The Vaccine Controversy:
> >> >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

> >> http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...

> >> "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
> >> this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
> >> unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
> >> something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
> >> they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
> >> reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be a
> >> facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
> >> them?

> >Pathetic.

> That was my impression of the web site too, but I was hoping to get a
> few more opinions.

Ad hominem smear.  If you can't attack the message, attack the source.


Tue, 30 Jan 2007 19:28:13 GMT
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Quote:



> > "M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t-August 12, 2004" <M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t









> > > > > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > > > > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

> >http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...
> > > ontraversy.htm

> > > > > "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
> > > > > this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
> > > > > unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
> > > > > something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
> > > > > they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
> > > > > reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be
> a
> > > > > facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
> > > > > them?

> > > > Pathetic.

> > > You are approaching self-knowledge.

> > Non sequitur.

> There is plenty of sequitur for those who understand.

Ad hominem.  If you can't attack the message, attack the messenger.


Tue, 30 Jan 2007 19:29:01 GMT
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Quote:
> "M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t-August 12, 2004" <M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t




> > > "M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t-August 12, 2004" <M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t









> > > > > > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > > > > > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

>http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...
> > > > ontraversy.htm

> > > > > > "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site
of
> > > > > > this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
> > > > > > unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities),
and
> > > > > > something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is
that
> > > > > > they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
> > > > > > reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out
to be
> > a
> > > > > > facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything
about
> > > > > > them?

> > > > > Pathetic.

> > > > You are approaching self-knowledge.

> > > Non sequitur.

> > There is plenty of sequitur for those who understand.

> Ad hominem.  If you can't attack the message, attack the messenger.

Sometimes, trhe messenger should be attacked because of the message that
they are giving. In your case, and in your hero's case, I do both.


Tue, 30 Jan 2007 22:39:50 GMT
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Quote:



<..>
> > > > > > > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > > > > > > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines
> > http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...

<..>

Quote:
> > Ad hominem.  If you can't attack the message, attack the messenger.

> Sometimes, trhe messenger should be attacked because of the message that
> they are giving. In your case, and in your hero's case, I do both.

Liar(s) attacking the messenger(s) for exposing their lies.  Understandable.


Tue, 30 Jan 2007 23:00:30 GMT
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Quote:
> "M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t-August 13, 2004" <M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t




> <..>
> > > > > > > > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > > > > > > > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All
Vaccines

http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...
Quote:

> <..>
> > > Ad hominem.  If you can't attack the message, attack the messenger.

> > Sometimes, trhe messenger should be attacked because of the message that
> > they are giving. In your case, and in your hero's case, I do both.

> Liar(s) attacking the messenger(s) for exposing their lies.

Understandable.

Nope. I attack anti-vac liars, like you and John Scumamore, the author of
whale.to, because of the evil that your lies do.



Tue, 30 Jan 2007 23:14:41 GMT
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Quote:








>> >> >The Vaccine Controversy:
>> >> >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All Vaccines

> http://www.***.com/

>> >> "Contraversy."  I love it.  But anyway, I looked at the web site of
>> >> this "Institute of Molecular Medicine" (not to be confused with
>> >> unrelated, similarly-named institutes at several universities), and
>> >> something about it really bothered me.  I think part of it is that
>> >> they seem to have their own captive diagnostic lab, but it also
>> >> reminds me of that cartoon of a huge housefront that turns out to be a
>> >> facade in front of a small shack.  Anyone else know anything about
>> >> them?

>> >Pathetic.

>> That was my impression of the web site too, but I was hoping to get a
>> few more opinions.

>Ad hominem smear.  If you can't attack the message, attack the source.

If the source is unreliable, the message must be viewed with
skepticism.  But the message was the same old anti-vac {*filter*}
that's been posted a zillion times.  No need to refute it yet
again.

  -- David Wright :: alphabeta at prodigy.net
     These are my opinions only, but they're almost always correct.
       "If I have not seen as far as others, it is because giants
           were standing on my shoulders."  (Hal Abelson, MIT)



Wed, 31 Jan 2007 01:53:37 GMT
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Quote:



> > "M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t-August 13, 2004" <M,a,r,k P,r,o,b,e,r,t




> > <..>
> > > > > > > > > >The Vaccine Controversy:
> > > > > > > > > >Why Full Informed Consent Must be Instituted for All
> Vaccines

> http://www.immed.org/reports/autoimmune_illness/Criminal_Politics_Vac...

> > <..>
> > > > Ad hominem.  If you can't attack the message, attack the messenger.

> > > Sometimes, trhe messenger should be attacked because of the message that
> > > they are giving. In your case, and in your hero's case, I do both.

> > Liar(s) attacking the messenger(s) for exposing their lies.
> > Understandable.

> Nope.

Yep.  Right on the money.

Quote:
> I attack anti-vac liars, like you and John Scumamore, the author of
> whale.to, because of the evil that your lies do.

The evil and lies are all yours.


Wed, 31 Jan 2007 07:03:13 GMT
 
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