At least you listened, but you have to get out of your usual way of thinking.
The fun! I consult as often as possible the videos or articles offered, which is obviously not your case. As a reminder all videos on vaccination that you did not even bother to consult, but with only one comment of the kind of this zigoto who prefers to claim thousands of scientific documents but is in the impossibility or incapacity, to indicate the least. It is, if I'm not mistaken, what users call a troll!
what you miss so seriously!To understand You need training on critical thinking.
No, it is not the status of the person who counts, but the veracity of his words, which must correspond to the consensus established by the profession of the professional cited.
On the contrary ! to judge the value of a speech, it is necessary that the person concerned has at least some personal skills on the subject and at least serious references. There zero! But this zigoto (by cutting the sound, so no matter the subject concerned) shows that it is played by wanting to give the appearance of competence and especially to hold a kind of truth intrinsic to his speech. In fact he would rather have success as a comedian.
As to the veracity of his speech, a dogmatism is not an indicator of any truth, but of pretension to it alone. (What looks like eminently!) By cons the end of your speech is right: " which must correspond to the consensus established by the profession of the professional cited. Each professional branch has one of these consensus but which is applicable only to itself. Thus the AB departs from this consensus and these heretics have built their own consensus and whenever someone or any idea deviates from it, it forms a new reference that will be followed or not. And will be formed other professions that ... etc ...
Pasteur was one of those heretics in proposing his vaccination in opposition to doctrines and dogmas, therefore of the consensus, the official medicine of his time and you're currently a fan because of your usual way of thinking.
what would do you the greatest good it is precisely to listen this one, without that I give my imprimatur so far: