This is the seventh post that has nothing to do with vaccines, for the most part.
Age of Autism, the web “newspaper” of the “autism epidemic” had a blog post that was supposed to be poking fun at the CDC response to autism, but it fell flat:
“Dr. Tom Insel, who is the nation’s leading expert in funneling funds away from research that seeks to pinpoint causation or could lead to cure, has been pulled from his post as head of the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee to head up the HeEbeeGeeBee program.
An unidentified HeeEbeeGeeBee researcher said, “We anticipate results from HeEbeeGeeBee in approximately 50 – 75 years, really, a blink of an eye in genetics. We’ve begun studying cockroach leg movement in detail and should progress to small worms within just seventeen years.”
He added, “If you think you have been exposed to Ebola, we assure you that you are wrong. You have not. However, you are welcome to ask for a quarantine of up to 18 years from your local school district.””
Not to be outdone, the comments section has become a cesspool of AIDS-denialists claiming that the PCR test being used to diagnose Ebola cases is not reliable:
“As we know from our autism carnage (and all the other consequences of vaccines), the Media and CDC, et al. are not at all interested in objectively figuring out cause & effect along with their cock-ca-manie PR releases that some “previously healthy” people have come down with such as Ebola (or AIDS).”
“My red flag IMMEDIATELY went up when I read with horror that they are using the PCR test to ‘diagnose’ Ebola cases. I learned via research into the HIV/AIDS issue the pitfalls with various diagnostic tools that were touted at the time to be the BEST diagnostics available during the HIV/AIDS crisis several years back.”
“So the question is: can the PCR test allow researchers and doctors to say how much virus is in a patient’s body?
Many years ago, journalist John Lauritsen approached a man named Kary Mullis for an answer.
Source-1: For a brief excerpt from John Lauritsen’s article about Kary Mullis, see Frontiers in Public Health, 23 September, 2014, “Questioning the HIV-AIDS hypothesis: 30 years of dissent,” by Patricia Goodson. (See also this.)
Source-2: For John’s 1996 article in full, see “Has Provincetown Become Protease Town?”
“Kary Mullis… is thoroughly convinced that HIV is not the cause of AIDS…”
“Already killed thousands Larry? And we should believe this because …. the main stream media is telling is us that it’s so???
There are only two places where the Ebola outbreak exists Larry:
1. In the mainstream media
2. In the heads of sorry asses like you, who are stupid enough to believe them”
Guess what? PCR works. Just because they don’t understand, or want to understand, the science doesn’t mean the science doesn’t work. You don’t screen with PCR for a virus on a healthy individual. Like all lab tests, you assess their risk of being infected and their symptoms. PCR is not used for general screening. It’s a diagnostic lab test.
But the best comment so far, which I’m sure is going to get deleted is this:
“So you reject Sin Hang Lee’s Gardasil claims, the finding of PCV in rotavirus vaccines, Wakefield’s finding of measles virus in cerebrospinal fluid, and any number of autism-related gut-brain papers?”
Science denialism cuts both ways, jerks.