What is Aspergers Syndrome?

Sep 23, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

What is Aspergers Syndrome? It is a disorder that has been called either Autism Spectrum Disorder or Persuasive Development Disorder that was first found by an Austrian physician by the name of Hans Asperger in 1944.

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Its genetic damage caused by vaccine ingredients ethylmercury (thimerosal), aluminum, and formaldehyde. They are all endocrine disrupters, neurotoxins, mutogenic, genotoxic.

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Yeah sure. If you ignore science.

Aspergers (as well as Autism and other characteristics on the Autism spectrum) are genetic.

In the old days,society called people with Aspergers "weird" or eccentric" and they usually stayed out of the limelight. These days, it is more common because people recognize the traits and label them. Additionally, the highly functioning folks with these traits are more likely to go into engineering and science.

As more women with Aspergers enter the work force, they are more likely to be in contact with and mate with other engineers rather than the general population with a less likelihood of having Aspergers traits. Thus an increase in the number of kids with those traits.

Stop trying to spread fantasy and conspiracy. Let me guess?: those contrails in the sky are really the gov't spraying us with chemicals in stead of water vapor due to the difference in air pressure?
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Sawber wrote:
Yeah sure. If you ignore science.
Aspergers (as well as Autism and other characteristics on the Autism spectrum) are genetic.
In the old days,society called people with Aspergers "weird" or eccentric" and they usually stayed out of the limelight. These days, it is more common because people recognize the traits and label them. Additionally, the highly functioning folks with these traits are more likely to go into engineering and science.
As more women with Aspergers enter the work force, they are more likely to be in contact with and mate with other engineers rather than the general population with a less likelihood of having Aspergers traits. Thus an increase in the number of kids with those traits.
Stop trying to spread fantasy and conspiracy. Let me guess?: those contrails in the sky are really the gov't spraying us with chemicals in stead of water vapor due to the difference in air pressure?
So, you and Gannon seem to have a fixation with this disease. Do you both have a family history of this disease? Do you have it yourselves?
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Sawber wrote:
Yeah sure. If you ignore science.
Aspergers (as well as Autism and other characteristics on the Autism spectrum) are genetic.
In the old days,society called people with Aspergers "weird" or eccentric" and they usually stayed out of the limelight. These days, it is more common because people recognize the traits and label them. Additionally, the highly functioning folks with these traits are more likely to go into engineering and science.
As more women with Aspergers enter the work force, they are more likely to be in contact with and mate with other engineers rather than the general population with a less likelihood of having Aspergers traits. Thus an increase in the number of kids with those traits.
Stop trying to spread fantasy and conspiracy. Let me guess?: those contrails in the sky are really the gov't spraying us with chemicals in stead of water vapor due to the difference in air pressure?
Of course to a closed minded turkey like you, everything is easily labelled according to mainstream medicine and science. They said autism was genetic until the Genome Project showed that was completely false. Asperger's is no different, its genetic damage not inherited unless you listen to the hacks who cause it and explain every vaccine injury as a "coincidence".

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FBOMBER wrote:
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Of course to a closed minded turkey like you, everything is easily labelled according to mainstream medicine and science. They said autism was genetic until the Genome Project showed that was completely false. Asperger's is no different, its genetic damage not inherited unless you listen to the hacks who cause it and explain every vaccine injury as a "coincidence".
You need to keep up with the times. You are way behind.

http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,859...

http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Autism/autisms-g...

http://articles.cnn.com/2009-10-15/health/hea...

And if you know many Aspergers or Autistics, you will find that their parents share a lot of the traits, even if not quite as severe.
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Sawber you don't know sh1t. I been reading about this issue for 16 years, and I've read trash like this so many times I couldn't even estimate how many. You are one of those fools who believes the bee-ess while ignoring the truth. I've dealt with too many dildo's like you too who thinks they are clever and informed. You're not.

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Genome Project found CNVs which are submicroscopic duplication, deletions, or rearrangements of genetic materials in the DNA. Several of these CNVs were increased copy numbers located in chromosome 15 and were maternally inherited. While 'some' believe vaccines are all powerful and are responsible for this, the study actually suggests that tiny genetic errors may occur during formation of the parents' eggs and sperm, and these variations are copied during creation of their child's DNA.

Some people who have the need to blame will never accept a genetic under lining, or that they as parents share some of the traits their children do.
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FBOMBER wrote:
Sawber you don't know sh1t. I been reading about this issue for 16 years, and I've read trash like this so many times I couldn't even estimate how many. You are one of those fools who believes the bee-ess while ignoring the truth. I've dealt with too many dildo's like you too who thinks they are clever and informed. You're not.
Un uh, Sawber invented the internet. He made that claim on the old Speak Up forum. Damn, Al Gore just got pwned lol

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FBOMBER wrote:
Sawber you don't know sh1t. I been reading about this issue for 16 years, and I've read trash like this so many times I couldn't even estimate how many. You are one of those fools who believes the bee-ess while ignoring the truth. I've dealt with too many dildo's like you too who thinks they are clever and informed. You're not.
Bully for you. Reading is great. Sounds like you've been reading crap though. Obviously you haven't read anything recently.

I've lived with someone who was diagnosed with Autism (which was later changed to Asperger's) for that long, have participated in the occupational and other therapy, and observed/become aware of similar Asperger's traits in the immediate family and lineage.
And yes, I have read plenty as well.

16 years ago, they thought there was a strong genetic component. Then there was a brief time where the anti-science morons pushed their "it's vaccines" hysteria, which was proven wrong. Now the science supports the strong genetic component.
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friend wrote:
Genome Project found CNVs which are submicroscopic duplication, deletions, or rearrangements of genetic materials in the DNA. Several of these CNVs were increased copy numbers located in chromosome 15 and were maternally inherited. While 'some' believe vaccines are all powerful and are responsible for this, the study actually suggests that tiny genetic errors may occur during formation of the parents' eggs and sperm, and these variations are copied during creation of their child's DNA.
Some people who have the need to blame will never accept a genetic under lining, or that they as parents share some of the traits their children do.
Yeah, suggests, may, blah blah. Vaccine components cause sporatic autism. Also known as regressive. The following site contains the statement:
..most cases of this childhood development disorder that severly affects social interaction are "sporatic" and come with no family history.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/03/...
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Sawber wrote:
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Bully for you. Reading is great. Sounds like you've been reading crap though. Obviously you haven't read anything recently.
I've lived with someone who was diagnosed with Autism (which was later changed to Asperger's) for that long, have participated in the occupational and other therapy, and observed/become aware of similar Asperger's traits in the immediate family and lineage.
And yes, I have read plenty as well.
16 years ago, they thought there was a strong genetic component. Then there was a brief time where the anti-science morons pushed their "it's vaccines" hysteria, which was proven wrong. Now the science supports the strong genetic component.
Funny you should use the word garbage. Its your specialty.

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Funny you should use the word garbage. Its your specialty.
R-Tard, I didn't use that word.
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Sawber wrote:
Yeah sure. If you ignore science.
Aspergers (as well as Autism and other characteristics on the Autism spectrum) are genetic.
In the old days,society called people with Aspergers "weird" or eccentric" and they usually stayed out of the limelight. These days, it is more common because people recognize the traits and label them. Additionally, the highly functioning folks with these traits are more likely to go into engineering and science.
As more women with Aspergers enter the work force, they are more likely to be in contact with and mate with other engineers rather than the general population with a less likelihood of having Aspergers traits. Thus an increase in the number of kids with those traits.
Stop trying to spread fantasy and conspiracy. Let me guess?: those contrails in the sky are really the gov't spraying us with chemicals in stead of water vapor due to the difference in air pressure?
What garbage.
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What garbage.
The only this thread was made, is because of the felon, Dennis E Gannon(Fairborn Ohio) accused me of having it.

He's a real sick bastard that doesn't work, sponges off his elderly dad, and has a cow for a wife/husband. Said partner's gender can't be easily identified :D
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FBOMBER wrote:
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What garbage.
That's a very original way of expressing how you feel.

Here's an idea:
Whenever you think someone's post is 'garbage', why don't you come up with a nice long post explaining why it is 'garbage', and provide proof as to why you think it is 'garbage'? Don't you think that would be more effective than just saying 'what garbage'? ;)

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New to 'Winnipeg, Canada'? Anything that isn't about vaccine injury is garbage, to him.
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RDL wrote:
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That's a very original way of expressing how you feel.
Here's an idea:
Whenever you think someone's post is 'garbage', why don't you come up with a nice long post explaining why it is 'garbage', and provide proof as to why you think it is 'garbage'? Don't you think that would be more effective than just saying 'what garbage'? ;)
No I don't. If I did I would have. When its garbage thats all thats needed to say.
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New to 'Winnipeg, Canada'? Anything that isn't about vaccine injury is garbage, to him.
friend of garbage

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Those non productive lines are the funniest! Thanks!
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No I don't. If I did I would have. When its garbage thats all thats needed to say.
You remind me of a mindless troll I once met on a soap opera forum.

His victim talking about some song she was listening to, and she said: I could upload it for download if you want.

And the troll was like: You do that and I will report you to the admin so fast your head will spin. This is a forum for As The World Turns, not an off-topic forum. Keep on topic, C*NT.

And the victim said: Is C*NT the only thing you have as an insult to call people?

And the troll said: Yes, it is, C*NT.

And the victim said: It doesn't bother me one bit.

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