Autism cluster found in Santa Clara C...

Autism cluster found in Santa Clara County linked to parent edu...

There are 22 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Jan 5, 2010, titled Autism cluster found in Santa Clara County linked to parent edu.... In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Researchers have identified a cluster of autism cases in the South Bay - but the elevated regional incidence seems linked to parents' ability to gain a diagnosis for their child, rather than any geographic risk.

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scout

Castro Valley, CA

#22 Apr 12, 2011
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That's funny. Would you consider those with aspergers 'average' then? And wouldn't those parents who home school be considered not really having an actual occupation?? Would home schooling be considered a concrete occupation?? LOL!
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Concrete occupations, as in math with that aptitude, construction, driving, truck driving, retail for high functioning, etc.

Normal? The truth is that what we consider 'average' is FAR below potential, and I'm talking about adults. If the young adult fails to reach a certain cognitive stage prior to negative effects of aging, he NEVER will actualize potential.(I suspect it's possible, but unlikely.) Once aging attacks, and it could be as young as 30 years, the psychological orientation is ALWAYS 'behind the curve,' as in baseball jargon. Often the young adult is clueless about what is going on.

The above 'adult' is the lowest common denominator in our cultural mass mind. Sociologically they are prey for the ruling class shot callers, via the mass media.

And our Marxist ruling class are fully aware of the above.

Asperger stuff:

School psyche staff, effective staff that is, tend to know about asperger kids these days, BUT may NOT know that these may be interested in computer code writing. Asp kids WILL find something, but not career oriented, if left on their own. But whatever it is, they'll analyze it to death, and to the chagrin of parents,(as in driving them nuts with their obsession with whatever).
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#23 Apr 12, 2011
Look to the left under autism news for the post "autism far more common than formerly thought". Talk about an attempt to distort the facts. To make it seem normal, even natural. Yeah autism is more common. It used to be 1 in 10,000 common, now its 1 in under 100 common. What does that explain. Ok geniuses say its better diagnosis, or we're just noticing it. Denialism is Pharma's A plan.

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