Winnie wrote:Mouse wrote:Winnie wrote:[size=150]
There are some questions, of course, that this raises. Is this result very strong? Does the lack of inclusion in the paper represent scientific fraud or a legitimate scientific decision?
Yes, it's scientific fraud. You should read the whistleblower book. There's plenty of evidence of fraud, fraud doesn't equal causation. However we have a lot of correlation, and CDC conspiracy to hide facts. Most peer reviewed articles claiming that vaccines are safe and effective reference Poul Thorsen who is a science fraud and wanted by the FBI.
no, Mouse, that isn't true, and easily checked. In fact your statements concerning Thorsen and research alone are so inaccurate that it's obvious you are just repeating nonsense you read on some conspiracy site.
Thorsen was indicted for embezzlement of CDC funds, not research fraud. The CDC would have to expose Thorsen themselves in order for Thorsen to be investigated and prosecuted. If the CDC is involved in a conspiracy to hide this, obviously the CDC wouldn't be exposing it. like duh.
Not that Thorsen's case has anything to do with Wakefield's case or with the matter at hand.
You need to at least do some basic fact-checking on your own, instead of just repeating junk you find on conspiracy sites.
How many of these quotes are wrong? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-f- ... 94303.html I invite you to sue the Huff post and Robert Kenedy for Libel if I'm wrong. Taking money to do research and instead fleeing the country isn't what I call sound science. Poul is accused of cherry picking facts to make vaccines look safe, and Dr William Thompson admitted to cherry picking facts to make vaccines look safe. They have a lot in common.
A central figure behind the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) claims disputing the link between vaccines and autism and other neurological disorders has [b]disappeared after officials discovered massive fraud involving the theft of millions in taxpayer dollars. Danish police are investigating Dr. Poul Thorsen, who has vanished along with almost $2 million that he had supposedly spent on research.
Thorsen’s partner Kreesten Madsen recently came under fierce criticism after damning e-mails surfaced showing Madsen in cahoots with CDC officials intent on fraudulently cherry picking facts to prove vaccine safety.
Questions about Thorsens’s scientific integrity may finally force CDC to rethink the vaccine protocols since most of the other key pro vaccine studies cited by CDC rely on the findings of Thorsen’s research group. These include oft referenced research articles published by the Journal of the American Medical Association, the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics, the New England Journal of Medicine and others. The validity of all these studies is now in question.