27 January 2015

Res ipsa loquitur


  1. I find it appalling that so many people could endanger their children and others based on a thoroughly discredited "experiment" based on five children. The doctor who published this lost his medical license as a result.

  2. Dr. David Gorski (aka Orac) from http://scienceblogs.com/insolence/ has been railing against the anti-vaccine crowd for years now, but he's all but apoplectic over the brazenly stupid attitudes published by some of the vocal proponents of not giving vaccines to their children. His blog is excellent for a dose of science-y goodness, but be warned - if you believe in knowledge, the stuff he rants about will likely give you dyspepsia.

  3. maybe it is cold to some but if people, catch the measles and it because of something stupid like we will pray the sin away types then put them in a room where they can't infect anyone else and let them act like idiots and latter one can simply have someone in a containment suit bury the dead fools. less stupid people is a good thing.. I know someone will say we have to respect someone else's beliefs but how can any modern person of reason not speak bluntly with absolutely no Politically correct garbage getting in the way. I mean it would be like taking some else's belief that 5+5=pistachio pudding seriously as another person saying 5+5=10 which is true.

    1. You don't seem to make a distinction as to whether the infected/dying person is the "stupid" person or the stupid person's child.


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