posted on Jul, 17 2012 @ 03:53 PM
reply to post by magycpapyri
Oh, my bad. What you're talking about, would that be what's called high-functioning Autism/Aspergers?
I would think it's discovered later due to less contrast at the time when compared to neurotypicals. I've never heard of anyone actually loosing the
ability to speak due to autism, any chance you could elaborate? Sounds like an interesting find. It's a mystical "condition", maby your on to
something. Who knows. But I have my doubt due to the reason behind Autism is not (in my mind at least) loss of intellect but rather loss of focus.