Hi. I believe there is plenty of evidence that points to the earth being round, that humans have landed on the moon, that terrorists perpetrated the September 11 attacks and that some kind of change is going on with the temperature of our planet (the exact implications of which need to be studied further, but recycle, reduce and reuse, nonetheless). However based on my research, I have come to the conclusion that there is not a sufficient body of evidence to support the use of vaccination in the way it is currently practiced and mandated. Most of the necessity of vaccination are not actually backed up by results and research, but rather beliefs and a herd mentality.
Ever heard of a red team? We have a human tendency to become attached to our plans and ways of doing things. Often, we become so attached to an idea that we will ignore all information that shows there might be significant problems with it. A red team is an independent person or group of people that comes in and evaluates the idea or plan by finding all the problems with it. This way, a bad plan can be discarded or the problems can be fixed. It’s a concept that started in the military but quickly spread to the business world and other areas because of how effective it is.
That is what I do for vaccines.
You’ve been told that any information that casts vaccines in a bad light is simply hearsay from the internet. Not true! Medical studies, public health reports, science journals, newspaper articles and even the CDC’s information all supply plenty of evidence that vaccines are only moderately effective and indeed, sometimes dangerous. This is the internet, but it’s not hearsay!
I am a happily married mother of three. I am a college graduate working on my masters degree. In making the vaccination decision, I knew that I needed to weigh all sides of the issue and examine every argument thoroughly using scholarly sources. I started and maintain this blog as a repository for all the scholarly evidence I have found against vaccination. I also write pieces where I debunk myths and fairy tales about the necessity of vaccination. Having a blog makes it easy to share my information with others.
Epidemic Facts is included on the Weston A. Price list of resources for vaccine education. It’s an interesting site for information on the benefits of eating a more traditional diet as well.
My research is ongoing. If you have a topic you would like to see covered, please email me at epidemicfacts(at)yahoo(dot)com with “topic for blog” as the subject. Please let me know if you come across any broken links so I can replace them. Please email me about any typos you find as I am frequently writing under the influence of children. Also, I would love for you to share my posts on your blog, Facebook page, etc., but please do not reproduce any of the content on this site without any crediting me. Thanks!