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posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 10:59 AM
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Possible environmental causes of Asperger's

The search for environmental triggers has been mostly focused on trying to find a cause for a rapid increase in the alleged increase in autism in recent decades. The prevalence increase would appear to implicate recent changes in human lifestyle, but there is considerable disagreement as to whether the number of cases is actually increasing. Research has focused on possibilities such as:
• Infectious disease
• Heavy metal toxicity
• Certain vaccinations
• Perinatal factors
• Stress.


1 in 10,000 vs 1 in 88 is a hell of a lot of misdiagnosis. Regardless though, Autism or Asperger, it's on the rise at an alarming rate.
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posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 01:11 PM
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All autism is caused by mercury. Most of that mercury enters the brain as a result of vaccines. Chelation has been curing autism since 2000.

There is a lot of propaganda and propaganda wizards promoting all sorts of false information. Trust the facts I stated above and know that everything else you read about autism is false.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 01:19 PM
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Autism didnt suddenly appear in 1943, it was only identified.
Again, prior to that time these people were simply thought to be "not right in the head" by their families. The discussion of mental disorder or disease was pretty much non existent save for some parts of the medical communities where it was either a) for the elite, b) barely in the infancy of research or c) horribly misunderstood.

Look up the time child abuse. It didn't even become a thing until the 60s and 70s. Prior to that people didn't believe that parents were capable of physically or sexually abusing their own children. That didn't mean that child abuse or autism didn't just suddenly start happening in the mid 20th century.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 01:23 PM
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Jacob Barrett ,the math kid . He convinced me autism may be the next step. If you can find your way out.

You can see him see in 4 dimensions. Its incredible. But he admits he was getting lost in his own mind at a VERY young age.


If we can harness the power of some autism then we could use it to become mental superhumans. Imo.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 02:26 PM
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Originally posted by Miraj
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Autism didnt suddenly appear in 1943, it was only identified.
Again, prior to that time these people were simply thought to be "not right in the head" by their families. The discussion of mental disorder or disease was pretty much non existent save for some parts of the medical communities where it was either a) for the elite, b) barely in the infancy of research or c) horribly misunderstood.

Look up the time child abuse. It didn't even become a thing until the 60s and 70s. Prior to that people didn't believe that parents were capable of physically or sexually abusing their own children. That didn't mean that child abuse or autism didn't just suddenly start happening in the mid 20th century.


Good point. Germs existed before the microscope, it is just they were not identified until the microscope was invented.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 06:59 PM
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Autism appeared in 1931, same time that thimerosal was added to vaccines. Since you don't need a microscope to see the bizarre behavior inherent to autism, we can rest assured that if anyone had ever seen a kid who acted nearly as bizarre as autistic children act, it would have been noted.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 07:13 PM
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i have a theory that it is a natural increase due to a change in how people are taught, combined with the degradation of the genome. it takes two or three mutations out of several thousand possible mutations to cause autism of one form or another.

by the way, the form i have "asperger's syndrome" was only officially recognized as a diagnosis in 1990, so no surprise the rates have increased.

there is a link between your relative's jobs and interests and autism. take silicon valley for example, they have an extremely high rate of autistic spectrum disorders in that area, but the population consists of people who specialize in computer code, electronics, and other narrow brainiac fields. almost all children who are diagnosed on the spectrum have family members who display some of the traits, even if they don't have it themselves.

more research needs to be done into what causes autism before we start pointing fingers, but as an aside: i distrust current vaccines because the FDA only cares about money. that being said, i do not believe vaccines are the leading cause of autism, though i'm not fool enough to rule out the possibility that some latent cases may have been triggered by them.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 07:20 PM
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Originally posted by Another_Nut
Jacob Barrett ,the math kid . He convinced me autism may be the next step. If you can find your way out.

You can see him see in 4 dimensions. Its incredible. But he admits he was getting lost in his own mind at a VERY young age.


If we can harness the power of some autism then we could use it to become mental superhumans. Imo.


OMG!!!! i must research him. i too can picture higher dimensional shapes in my mind (above 3D, i can hold up to 5 or 6 at the moment, but with great effort. it is interesting to simultaneously picture particle interactions because they appear different relative to the dimension you consider it from). i will admit it takes focus to hold them together, but i'm currently using this ability to work on a theory of dimensionality that relates to the shape of the universe and what time actually is.

i would love to discuss ideas on the topic as there are so few people who know anything about it, or even care, so PLEASE if it interests any of you, send me a private message, i would love to form a correspondence relating to quantum phenomena and dimensions.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 07:36 PM
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I love that girl!

I follow her on FB and she is amazing! She may be non verbal in the outwardly sense but she sure as heck gets what she wants to say across to the masses via her computer. She is one smart girl

I love reading her posts and blog. She can give some doctors a run for their money with their studies.

I first saw her story a couple yrs ago and was amazed yet not surprised. I worked with autistic kids like her that were non verbal. I always wondered if they could understand us but just couldn't get it out the way we could. I always thought a computer would have been a good thing in the classroom but unfortunately the schools tend to just write those kids off. It's sad but true. I worked with multi-ve and none of the kids I worked with would ever have had a normal life nor would they ever be able to live on their own. The ones with autism that reminded me of Carly I did wonder about. It's like they'd look at you like they understood but couldnt' verbally get it out. I am sure that had to be so frustrating for Carly and probably for many others who are in her situation.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 07:38 PM
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That sounds very cool! I have no idea honestly what you can do but it sounds very mathematical and I have always had a thing for numbers but not like that.

I'm good with math and I tend to turn number sequences into equations to remember them. I know it sounds crazy to many but to me it was simple and an easy way for me to remember them. I have always liked numbers and patterns were always easy for me to see in them.

I will have to look up this person as well and what he can do. It sounds very interesting.



posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 11:15 PM
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i remember number sequences in the same way! generally i use the first few digits and simple math to turn something like a phone number into a series of mathematical operations so it's easier to remember, though everyone tells me it's more complicated my way, lol.

i have a slight math deficit actually, but i've found i can do math without using the numbers. i'll intuitively know something to be true, but it takes me forever to formally prove it using numbers. higher dimensions are much simpler than people think, and several theories i've come up with over my life have been proven true.

if you want me to explain how all the dimensions fit together to create what we perceive as time, i'd be happy to show you. even if you can't picture higher dimensions as they are, i could show you how they work and relate to our dimension and the universe's expansion rate. i've been trying to find someone who is gifted with math to describe my theory in the form of an equation that could be used to construct a theory of everything.

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the boy appears to have numerical to pictorial synesthesia. he experiences numbers as shapes, and as he combines shapes in his head, they are converted into numerical answers. i too have synesthesia, though the kind i have is referred to as sound>kinetic. basically i percieve musical notes and phrases to have locations, and when i listen to a properly structured song, i feel movement. single perfect note phrases feel like exact, solid points, where chords are spread out and larger, but thinner.
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