I have Alice in Wonderland Syndrome (AIWS). "Syndrome" is the term doctors use for conditions where they don't know what the heck is happening. AIWS is a neurological trait that affects my perception occasionally for periods of time, most obviously by making things around me look out of proportion. In the personal accounts I've read … Continue reading My Experience of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome
Warning: language This is a subject that has been bothering me for about a year now, ever since this conversation in the Men's Lib subreddit. At the time the conversation came up, I was just starting to participate in the sub and was too shy to voice a dissenting opinion, but the issue has persisted … Continue reading Men in Obstetrics, Gynecology & Midwifery
1. The evidence that vaccines cause harm is massive. I highly recommend Miller's Review of Critical Vaccine Studies by Neil Z. Miller. Dr. John Bergman's vaccine talks (also here and here) on YouTube also go over portions of the research. 2. The vaccine companies are protected by the government from having to pay for the harm … Continue reading Why I Will Not Be Vaccinating My Children
We know that faster-than-reality stimulation is bad for the attentional development of children under age 3. For every hour of TV children watch per day on average before age 3, their risk of developing ADHD increases by 10%. For high-action content like animated television shows, the risk is even higher. The explanation for this is … Continue reading Are Action Video Games Safe for Children?