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They used the same crash test dummies with sensors that they use to test cars.
I've heard of pregnant women riding rollercoasters causing miscarriages.in fact some rollercoasters have warnings that expecting mothers should not ride.
But from what I read vibrations take less g force to kill.
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originally posted by: Jakal26
a reply to: TheConstruKctionofLight
It appears no one has took note of your comments here. I pursed this whole thread waiting for a single person to mention this and you are the only one thus far.
Apparently such conversation has become a "no go" zone here because everyone is afraid of being labeled "anti vax" because of it.
If I recall correctly, I have read some information linking SBS to vaccines...also SIDS.
Will be interesting to see if that is partially the angle those participating in the AMA are going for.
The bottom line is that the claim that SBS is in reality due to “vaccine injury” ignores the wealth of clinical data indicating that SBS (now more frequently and formally referred to as “abusive head trauma”) is a distinct clinical entity that has been well-studied and is probably underdiagnosed. Although there is controversy over the pathophysiology of SBS, how much force is necessary to produce it (hence the additional term to describe it), whether it’s underdiagnosed, what clinical entities can be confused with SBS, and whether it’s sometimes over-prosecuted, there is no controversy that SBS is not “vaccine injury.” When antivaccinationists insist that it is, they abuse science, reason, and morality by by proving themselves willing to use such a myth to exonerate baby killers. They also demonstrate that they are about hatred of vaccines, not clarifying the science and evidence behind abusive head trauma, SBS, or whatever the entity might be called in the future. by Taboola Sponsored Links You May Like Aged 35 he speaks 11 languages - his 11 tricks to learn any language Babbel See how this Danish blogger decorates her carrot cake to perfection! Copenhagen Cakes for Mig og min mad If You Hate Forgetting Things, This Article Brings Good News neuronation.com Tags: abusive head trauma, Alan Reams, Alan Yurko, Amanda Sadowski, Catherine Frompovich, Elwood Sadowski, Francine Reams, Harold Buttram, International Medical Council on Vaccination, John D. Lloyd, Michael Innis, nonaccidental head injury, shaken baby syndrome, Tonya Sadowski, vaccines, Veira Scheibner Posted in: Vaccines111 Comments Archives Support science-based medicine PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online! Join The Society for SBM Buy an e-book: SBM e-Books for Kindle SBM e-Books for iBooks SBM e-Books for Nook Dr. Hall’s video SBM course RSS Twitter Facebook Categories Acupuncture Announcements Basic Science Book & movie reviews Cancer Chiropractic Clinical Trials Computers & Internet Critical Thinking Dentistry Energy Medicine Epidemiology Evolution Faith Healing & Spirituality Health Fraud Herbs & Supplements History Homeopathy Humor Legal Medical Academia Medical Ethics Naturopathy Neuroscience/Mental Health Nutrition Obstetrics & gynecology Ophthalmology Pharmaceuticals Politics and Regulation Public Health Religion Science and Medicine Science and the Media Surgical Procedures Traditional Chinese Medicine Vaccines
Shame on me because I do know better. I let myself get distracted by other discussions.
You are. That's actually how I found out about the SBS controversy -- because of my research into vaccine injuries.
It definitely should be part of the conversation. If it's not, that's a problem. I'm already getting red flags. Why the initial focus on Satanic Panic instead of biomechanical tests and differential diagnoses? It just strikes me as sensationalist at best.
I was surprised to learn that there are really people who think that vaccines are dangerous and cause autism, but I viewed it as being of a piece of a lot of other quackery I was discovering at the time.
I didn't say it was proof, i said it was interesting.
You have no idea where my stance are concerning vaccines, as i have never shown it on ATS.