These articles declare those individuals who oppose mass vaccination to be"misinformants."Celebrities like Jenny McCarthy, Jim Carrey, Don Imus and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who openly oppose submission to mass vaccination, are belittled. These articles claim those who don’t get vaccinated are endangering everybody else.
Here are the provoking headlines of those wired.com articles:
These wired.com articles are written by skilled writers and they make strong though narrow arguments. The second title,"How to win an argument about vaccines"suggests those who oppose vaccination are irrational and ill informed and their thinking needs to be changed by those of superior intelligence.
The war is not vaccines versus alternatives, but is characterized as science versus pseudoscience. The authors of the wired.com reports haven’t the brainpower or critical thinking to question the twelve published studies that conclude vaccines don’t cause autism. What matters is that their god of science has been challenged. And there may be nothing wrong with those studies, it’s just that the vaccine proponents aren’t looking outside the box, about questions that aren’t being asked but should be.
Here is how reporter Amy Wallace poses the battle:
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