When you stop and think of the fact that some microorganism is capable of knocking some strapping healthy adult ( not to mention child) off their feet for days to months at a time.... THEY are smarter then we are and YES, I believe they know exactly what we think as it is programmed into their DNA
I had all the possible innoculations you can think of over my life. Most as a child and as a baby I am certain too many, too soon.
I think they are necessary but agree that to space them out, only makes sense, as Mommydi was talking about.
In today's world, there is just too must "experimentation" done by and permitted by the government that I do not trust any of it.
After all, they were the ones that permitted the genetically altered foods back in the 80s and beyond.
Now so many epidemics, ( in a way) of diabetes, celiac disease, add, hdad, and much more have exploded in the population.
It has to stop somewhere.
Well here is the thing with that.
Vaccination is not going to root out disease. It only makes you immune against an existing disease.
It does not necessarily provide you protection against a new variety or modified strand.
On top of that, some diseases actually become more aggressive once they become immune to the vaccine.
And finally, to top it off, being immune to a disease does not mean you cannot be a carrier of that disease. You may not be affected by it, but you can still pass it on.
I am just wondering why non vaccination is such a big issue.
If you are vaccinated, and I am not, then the risk is on me. So why would that be your problem?
I cannot make you sick, so whats the deal.
There is also another thought.
Some diseases become resistant against vaccines. They can only do that in a person who is vaccinated.
The disease that arises is more resilient and therefore more dangerous than the previous version.
So to some extend being vaccinated is more threatening to society than not being vaccinated.
And the final thought
Diseases thrive best in populated areas. So in effect vaccination is somewhat self-destructive.
More vaccination -> more people, more people -> more diseases, more diseases -> more casualties, more casualties -> more vaccinations etc
Anyway, my point is not that people should protect themselves as best as they can against disease.
My point was that it makes no sense to say "you children cannot be in the same school as my children, because my children are vaccinated and yours are not"