In the short-run, autism will continue to spike. As the spike increases, governments will be confused, and will respond by supporting the viewpoint that autism has always been this high; we simply measured wrong in the old days. In reality, radiation has caused today’s autism spike, which is covered at WhyAutismHappens.
1) Keep cell phones away from reproductive DNA. As WhyAutismHappens has shown, damaged paternal reproductive DNA is causing up to 80% of autism. Most autism is an extension of damaged parent’s benelles. Men are particularly vulnerable because they get radiation at two inches. Keeping your cell phone a minimum of 8 inches away from your reproductive DNA might keep autism out of your family.
Why Autism Happens, an autism research group from Fort Worth, says a major branch of autism should be classified as a chronic disease of parents.
“The autistic are a living expression of their parents’ chronic disease,” says Robert Sparks, president of the group. “At least that’s what all the scientific data points to.”
Why Autism Happens claims that up to 80% of autism, what they term the “autism spike since 1995”, is being produced by the way fathers carry cell phones.
Some experts believe robots will gain a human level of intelligence by 2050. Of course, experts in the 1950s were saying the same thing would happen by the 1980s, and they were wrong.
Regardless, our society is marching toward robotic, wirelessly-networked technology. And this puts old-fashioned wetware under immense new pressures.
A big part of how we get well is the placebo response: thinking we are getting better makes us better. And doctors know this; over half routinely prescribe placebos to patients (Tilburt et al 2008).
Whoever has the authority to control the placebo response will become rich and powerful. A doctor could give you sugar pills and you’d get 30% to 75% better. But who has the right to give out “sugar pills”? Today, the government authorizes control of the placebo response to doctors and large corporations, which is unfortunate since doctors and corporations tend to harm benelles, the foundation of health.
Cell phones are causing autism. At least most autism; what we would call the autism spike or epidemic. And it’s a really weird method of causation; it has nothing to do with pregnant mothers or kids actually using cell phones.
Honestly, there’s complex physics involved, but the main idea of how cell phones are causing so much autism is easy to understand. First, let’s pick up two facts and hold them flat in our hands under bright light: cell phones are strongly associated with autism, and fathers are causing most autism.
My family had 81 sicknesses this year but never went to the doctor once, minus two state-required bureaucracy visits to get “wellness” notes. We’re a family of four: two working parents in their 30s, a five-year-old, and a two-year-old.
There’s bad math behind using CT scans for lung cancer screening. For every batch of 320 people, screening prevents one death while over-diagnosing 1.38 (Patz Jr et al 2013).
In the business world, those kind of numbers are called “a negative ROI”. It’s somewhat like giving mountains of cash to CEOs despite cratered leadership. And if my CEO is overpaid, I’m annoyed; not directly harmed. On the other hand, overusing poor-performing CT scans leads to damaged benelles.
In the U.S., the mental health of our children is collapsing. From 1995 to 2010, the diagnosis of mental health disorders doubled for those younger than 21.
In comparison, mental health disorder diagnoses over the same period edged up by less than 6% for for adults, according to a Columbia University analysis based on a 16-year federal survey.
My father-in-law related an interesting story to me tonight. He was recently diagnosed with hepatitis A, and told it was critical.
The doctor scared him; told him his life was in danger. He and his wife panicked.
The doctor had him go in for two consecutive days of radiological scanning, one half of his body per day.