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Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Well now, again. Did you know that it is scientific(or, as in statistical) fact that intelligent people are genetically predisposed to higher-than-averag e nocturnal behavior? And introverted personality, and social abnormality? These are well-documented genetic predispositions explained by strong statistical data, yet instead you use autism to explain these occurrences. If I'm wrong and you're right, then for some reason I have an edge when it comes to predictive value(I got 3 of 4 of your traits right). It's more likely that HFA/Asperger's is pathologized above-average intelligence, which proves beyond a reasonable doubt why the world's greatest inventors all seem to fit under this category. One famous inventor in particular was so isolated he didn't clean or bathe, or brush his teeth. I know what you're thinking, I listed atheism as a trait. Statistical data backs up that atheists tend to have higher cognitives. But more importantly, the true reason is because they reject a social norm(theism). Bonus; women are less often diagnosed because while their intelligence is near-equal to males, their deviation of intelligence is much lower. Males are more often mentally retarded, yet also more often maddeningly brilliant. As intellectual abnormality is(typically) the cause of abnormal behavior, this is the explanation as to why males are 5 times more likely to "have autism". Theory(trigger warning, 'racism'): Why are "Aspies" so clumsy? If you were to take every country's population, list and rank them by innovative achievement, you'd see the highest ranking countries also have the weaker/slower olympians. By stark contrast, Africans dominate at the olympics, but their disease control is so poor that they face an Ebola disaster. Final: I don't have the links for my sources posted here, but they are so widespread that you can find them anywhere through a simple google search.  (Oct 11, 2014 | post #120)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Well now. I myself am also diagnosed, and there's a growing amount of people in my category who are skeptical of the disorder more so than any other group. Spectrum is a way to say it still exists, without having any actual definitive set of symptoms. Albert Einstein and a drooling retard can both be considered autistic, but it is ridiculous to say the exact same genetic condition caused them to hold such different qualities/behavior . Let me guess, you're an atheist, a night owl, and an introvert? And socially unusual?  (Oct 11, 2014 | post #118)

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Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Excellent, I can use the very research of autism itself against you. If this illness is real, then how come so many phenotypes exist for it and no true cause has been found? Ownage.  (Oct 10, 2014 | post #116)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Also here's a disclaimer; I do NOT think autistic people are fakers, I just think that sensory processing disorder(SPD) is a far superior diagnosis whereas autism fails to define the exact problems. For example, say someone has problems going out in public due to severe shyness and also overreacts to visual stimuli; that would be Sensory Processing Disorder and Social Anxiety Disorder, not autism. Treating SPD and SAD is a more productive endeavor.  (Jul 11, 2013 | post #106)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Thus highlighting my additional scrutiny of this hypothetical disorder.  (Jul 10, 2013 | post #105)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Well if autism criteria is resigned to exclude he introverted genius types then I'm all for it... But sadly the research of autism is caught in a "red herring" when it should be focusing more on how to cure verbally disabled people of their problems. As it stands, things are just going to escalate. There will be a "this causes autism", "that causes autism", and this crapshoot of speculation will shift the focus to "wow the autism puzzle peice is so mysterious :) I pray for the familes inflicted" when instead it should be "How can I solve severe nonverbal issues".  (Jul 10, 2013 | post #103)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

That sounds like religious thinking; "Hey I know a dude with autism, how DARE you!!!" is as if you mistake my questioning of the autism concept as if I'm attacking the people diagnosed. Newsflash, whether there are disabled people diagnosed with autism is irrelevant. Sure there are people who aren't capable of speech, but that doesn't mean autism is the explanation. If we don't know what autism does to the brain then how can you make any assertions as to whether anybody you know with autism really has it? You have an inability to question authority and it shows. You have also insulted my intelligence by giving off the impression I think "autistic " people are fakers. I don't think they're fakers, I think the application of their diagnosis is incorrect.  (Jul 10, 2013 | post #101)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

You are so ignorant that you assumed I claim "autistic " people are fakers. What an utterly retarded notion on your part. "Autism" is a gap to fill in the lack of knowledge to figure out the real illness/impairment . Disease? Please.  (Jul 10, 2013 | post #100)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Remind me again, when a claim is made that something exists, where does the burden of proof belong? I can't disprove that unicorns don't exist. I think autism doesn't exist based off a lack of evidence to support it. Now give me the evidence that autism has a proven common mechanism, please.  (Jul 9, 2013 | post #97)

Richmond, KY

Autism is FAKE!

Hung Lo is absolutely correct. I was diagnosed multiple times and the "disorder " has zero effect on me. Being different is no reason to assinuate one has a neurological disorder. Get educated, folks. I refute autism in this video. http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=iQCEN svvHJk  (Jul 9, 2013 | post #95)

Autism

Autism: No Mechanism Has Been Demonstrated

Well my speech used to be a bit worse but it got better with age. I think your post has satisfied me enough. It feels good knowing the diagnosis has been properly used with others.  (Jul 4, 2013 | post #11)

Autism

Autism: No Mechanism Has Been Demonstrated

Oh look a poster who prefers replying with a "hey u suxx" comment because he didn't agree with what I said. If you say nothing insightful then how am I supposed to know I'm wrong?  (Jul 3, 2013 | post #9)

Autism

Autism: No Mechanism Has Been Demonstrated

I agree that it matters more whether one has needs/impairments than what they're called. The truth was that I wasn't officially diagnosed young, I was just speculated to have been autistic by the elementary school staff. They certainly did screw up royally by never properly assessing me; they also gave me tests to see where I stood skill-wise in comparison to other students my age and I dominated. The whole thing looked like they were grasping for straws, saying "he just had to have something" and that at the first sign they were willing to segregate me from normal education. Correct me if I'm wrong, but autism doesn't always define someone who has a disability. Instead of autism being based off needs, it was based off of traits, hence my issues. Again, it could've just been terrible staff and not indicative of autism as a improper diagnosis altogether. When it came to my official diagnosis at a later age, I displayed only 1 trait of autism(odd speech) but my evaluators ignored this. The evaluations seemed as if they were trying to find anything at all wrong with me, these people were not very skilled at their profession. I would prefer if, even if someone had all the traits of autism, to never be diagnosed if they have no needs or impairments, that's where I'm getting at.  (Jul 3, 2013 | post #8)

Autism

Autism: No Mechanism Has Been Demonstrated

@ Poster #1 I am 21 at this point. And I was aware of the damage it can cause by saying autism doesn't exist, I just don't think that people are aware of the damage it causes by saying it does exist. My case is rare, bit it was atrocious. Unless the diagnosis criteria is trimmed up to prevent future misdiagnosis, more cases like mine will occur. @ Poster #2 That's like trying to convert an atheist by saying a bible verse. In contrast to the first response poster, your post is awful.  (Jul 3, 2013 | post #5)