Autism Conference at UCSB

Sep 19, 2013 Read more: Edhat 18

Hundreds of autism experts from around the world gathered at UC Santa Barbara today for the 6th Annual International Pivotal Response Treatment Autism and Asperger's Conference.

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ric99

Scunthorpe, UK

#2 Sep 20, 2013
Where are all those scientific studies showing that vaccines cause autism that the Winnipeg dummy insists exist? LOL.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#3 Sep 20, 2013
Ahhhh, because vaccines have nothing to do with it?? There's a reason why they're focusing on genetics and treatment, and it has nothing to do with profits hello. Pivotal Response Treatment has not one thing at all to do with Pharma. And best of all, the conferences consists of features scholars, educators, health care professionals, parents, and even grandparents!
friend blah blah

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Sep 20, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Where are all those scientific studies showing that vaccines cause autism that the Winnipeg dummy insists exist? LOL.
translation duh
friend blah blah

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Sep 20, 2013
friend wrote:
Ahhhh, because vaccines have nothing to do with it?? There's a reason why they're focusing on genetics and treatment, and it has nothing to do with profits hello. Pivotal Response Treatment has not one thing at all to do with Pharma. And best of all, the conferences consists of features scholars, educators, health care professionals, parents, and even grandparents!
just a bunch of minions and clowns who support vaccine damage by doing nothing about it.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#6 Sep 21, 2013
As the Winnipeg dummy hasn't specified which of my simple English words he wants translated, and into which language, here are some of the main words in Welsh:-

scientific: gwyddonol
studies: efrydiau
vaccines: brechlyn
autism: awtistaeth
dummy: dymi

If the Winnipeg dummy is too dim to understand simple English, how is he going to manage in Welsh (Cymraeg)?
ric99

Market Rasen, UK

#8 Sep 23, 2013
We all know where the Winnipeg dummy's scientific studies showing that vaccines cause autism are to be found. They are all located in his excuse for a brain, which is a strange world where fact and fantasy merge together, and he can't tell them apart.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Sep 23, 2013
ric99 wrote:
We all know where the Winnipeg dummy's scientific studies showing that vaccines cause autism are to be found. They are all located in his excuse for a brain, which is a strange world where fact and fantasy merge together, and he can't tell them apart.
But you are lending credence to my facts then. Buh wah ha ha hawkinzs Hey thanks for adding to the discussion and providing links. Oh wait that's me not you!
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#11 Sep 23, 2013
So the Winnipeg dummy accepts that all his (so-called) vaccine/autism facts are actually fantasies living in his pathetic brain.
ric99

Tattershall, UK

#13 Sep 23, 2013
The Winnipeg dummy is the only one here with "severe brain dysfunction", as his only links are to conspiracy theory/quackery sites.
Vaccine Nightmares

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Sep 27, 2013
ric99 wrote:
The Winnipeg dummy is the only one here with "severe brain dysfunction", as his only links are to conspiracy theory/quackery sites.
must have soiled himself again and takes it out on me...luzzer
ric99

Scunthorpe, UK

#16 Sep 27, 2013
So where are the Winnipeg dummy's links that AREN'T to conspiracy theory/quackery sites? They don't exist, do they.
Vaccine Nightmares

Winnipeg, Canada

#17 Sep 27, 2013
ric99 wrote:
So where are the Winnipeg dummy's links that AREN'T to conspiracy theory/quackery sites? They don't exist, do they.
where are your's luzzer?
ric99

Scunthorpe, UK

#18 Sep 27, 2013
I have posted many links to real peer reviewed studies, but the Winnipeg dummy's senile dementia means that he's already forgotten them. So where are his links that AREN'T to conspiracy theory/quackery sites? Has he forgotten that they don't exist, apart from in his disturbed mind?
UK IMBECILE

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Sep 27, 2013
ric99 wrote:
I have posted many links to real peer reviewed studies, but the Winnipeg dummy's senile dementia means that he's already forgotten them. So where are his links that AREN'T to conspiracy theory/quackery sites? Has he forgotten that they don't exist, apart from in his disturbed mind?
I don't expect a hopelessv imbecile to understand this, so its for intelligent people who may read this. These so-called anti-vaxxer/conspiracy site discuss actual science and studies. Discrediting them instead of actually reading what they offer is the sign of a narrow minded, immature stooge. This type of TROLL doesn't want to discuss the issue, instead wants to use discrediting as a strategy. It works to fool the sheeple withy low I.Q. like ricDUH99, but not parent's who's child was destroyed by faulty, fraudulent vaccines.
ric99

Gainsborough, UK

#20 Sep 28, 2013
Do the anti-vaxxer/conspiracy theory/quackery sites give references to real peer-reviewed studies showing a causal relationship between vaccines and autism? No they don't, because such studies don't exist. Of course the Winnipeg dummy doesn't want to believe this. If I hadn't read these sites (as the Winnipeg dummy suggests), I wouldn't know that this was the case.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#21 Sep 28, 2013
Anti Vaxxers sites are biased and full of misinfo. Most do provide studies and discuss them, but they abuse the info within them and hope no one goes to the actual study and read it for themselves. That's how they fool a subset of people within that cult who are only title readers. Anti vaxxers sites bank on no one will go any further in researching what they claim.

And many here have discussed those linked sites, and pointed out the flaws and abuse. We all know where anti vaxxers get their links from, easy to figure it out. And discrediting is not a strategy. It's reality. And when it's been debunked, the name-calling starts flying instead of civilly discussing the flaws and misinfo. That's how you can tell a lie, by the reaction of the anti vaxxers.
UK BRAIN FART HERE

Winnipeg, Canada

#22 Sep 28, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Do the anti-vaxxer/conspiracy theory/quackery sites give references to real peer-reviewed studies showing a causal relationship between vaccines and autism? No they don't, because such studies don't exist. Of course the Winnipeg dummy doesn't want to believe this. If I hadn't read these sites (as the Winnipeg dummy suggests), I wouldn't know that this was the case.
Typical UKBrainFart denial. Just wants to play like the CHILD he is.
UK BRAIN FART HERE

Winnipeg, Canada

#23 Sep 28, 2013
friend wrote:
Anti Vaxxers sites are biased and full of misinfo. Most do provide studies and discuss them, but they abuse the info within them and hope no one goes to the actual study and read it for themselves. That's how they fool a subset of people within that cult who are only title readers. Anti vaxxers sites bank on no one will go any further in researching what they claim.
And many here have discussed those linked sites, and pointed out the flaws and abuse. We all know where anti vaxxers get their links from, easy to figure it out. And discrediting is not a strategy. It's reality. And when it's been debunked, the name-calling starts flying instead of civilly discussing the flaws and misinfo. That's how you can tell a lie, by the reaction of the anti vaxxers.
Misinfo from a recidivistic liar.

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