Missed cues on anthropogenic causes of human disease, new insights into climate change and suppression of objective science

Some recent posts on the AgeofAutism.com website concerning autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and perhaps chemical causation intrigued me enough to do some additional reading.

Specifically, the link  AofA polio/DDT published in 2011 caused me to embark on a rather circuitous path that eventually led to investigation of human health developments since the 1970/1980’s time frame.  There is a curious apparent synergy that also coincides with a former Mons@nto researcher quickly being placed in an editorial position at Elsevier after the Seralini paper (2012) attracted considerable attention, negative press and eventual retraction. It has curious and unnerving similarities to the processes which led to the Wakefield 1998 Lancet paper retraction and continued lawsuits,

My Reading Sequence:

1. Janine Roberts (initial polio/DDT connections, 2004)
2. Jim West (pre Roberts version of polio causality, 2003)
2A MS Biskind and Scobey papers (1949-1953)
2B Rachel Carson (Silent Spring, 1962)

3. Blaxill/Olmsted (AofA polio/DDT connection, 2011
4. BlaxillOlmsted (CA polio cases, 2014 -1)
5. Blaxill/Olmsted (CA polio cases 2014 -2)
6. Blaxill/Olmsted (CA polio cases 2014-3, link unreachable- to be updated)

7. Temekes (2012-2013 neonicotinoid pesticide PPT/information)
8. Seralini (2012, retracted paper linking glyphosate w/ mammalian health effects)
8A. Seralini 2012-13 (2014 comments to reviewers, answers to questions)

9.   Samsel and Seneff (2013 glyphosate and human health Entropy paper)
10. Seneff (W A Price Conference Feb 2014 powerpoint)

11. Mason 2014 data on glyphosate/worldwide human health

Each one of these links represents an interesting body of collective knowledge which has deep implications about human health degradation, economics,  and global ecosystem dysfunctioning, including climate change.

Suggestion: Seneff powerpt (10), Samsel & Seneff (9), Mason (11), and then go from there.
Dietary revisions as needed: go organic, gluten free, perhaps medication revisions, sunlight, exercise regimen, limited vaccination(s).

Vaccines didn’t & probably won’t save us – look at the data

Vaccines Did Not Save Us – 2 Centuries Of Official Statistics
Source:  http://childhealthsafety.wordpress.com/graphs/
     An interesting perspective on the incidence of childhood disease over the last 200 years for UK, US & Australia.  Diseases were well on the decline due to better public health practices, water treatment, and wealth increases in these countries.  Measles and mumps vaccinations, in particular, had been identified  as unnecessary by UK in late 1970’s- at least it was being questioned.
download pdf

Where is the science showing potential dangers from excess vaccinations &
what would be the likely immune/neurological responses?
Blaylock 2008 has an interesting article & viewpoint with 105 references.

US Gov’t has been quietly settling many vaccine-caused neurological damage cases
What would be interesting to know is why aren’t the companies that make these vaccines being held liable.

 Andrew Wakefield’s Responses Published -from childhealthsafety:
“rubella virus is one of the few known causes of autism.” US Center for Disease Control.
“FAQs (frequently asked questions) about MMR Vaccine & Autism”  [ED 8/Apr/12: This is the web archive of the CDC page – you will need to search in or scroll down the page to see the text.  As papers cited on the original page by the CDC as evidence for no link with the vaccine have been steadily discredited it seems the CDC has decided to remove the page and it seems someone has been deleting the archived versions of the page from the web archive too].
Journal references:
1. Chess, S. Autism in children with congenital rubella. J Autism Child Schizophr. 1, 33-47 (1971).
2. Chess S. Follow-up report on autism in congenital rubella. J Autism Child Schizophr. 1977;7:69 –81
3. Ziring PR. Congenital rubella: the teenage years. Pediatr Ann. 1997;6: 762–770


Walker et al, 2013 New Publication showing autism &  gut issues, appears to be a solid study.