Paratz explained that the numbers had remained tragically consistent over the years.
“This has always been a really tragic thing that’s been around, and we haven’t seen a big change in numbers in recent years,” she said.
There's no link between vaccines and SIDS either, there's numerous studies showing that. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccinesafety/concerns/sids.html#rel
You're putting 2 and 2 together and getting 15.
nothing in this post disproves anything that I have mentioned in my post, nor does it even address my post. You're just using circular reasoning as well as creating misinformation. You've just posted a load of nonsense, SADS has been known about for years, just because you'd never heard of it doesn't mean others hadn't. Have you any evidence of an uptick in SADS deaths? The article you linked initially doesn't mention an uptick, in fact it says the exact opposite.
This is the opposite of critical thinking. It's rambling to take away from the point I'm trying to make in my post.
I've never made any claims in my post which is what you're insinuating is what I've done. I used critical thinking to come up with a critical thought. I've never claimed that my post is a critical fact.
All you did is just state some things about both the article, SADS and sudden infant death syndrome. None of these things that you stated has anything to do with what my post is about, let alone disproves my post.
I said people
as in the layman
, didn't know about SADS until these recent few months, including you most likely. I've then followed by saying that it hasn't been studied until the recent few years.
so you were lying on my post by misconstruding my post because you either have terrible comprehension skills or you just want to lie.
Not only are you creating misinformation by construing my post, you are just repeating what I put in the post. I mentioned that SADS has only been studied for a few years; you've combined both of my statements in order to try to mischaracter my post by saying that I am claiming that nobody has ever heard of SADS ever, in order to make your reasoning seem as if you were disproving anything that I've said.
It is true that most people have never even heard of sads, and it is true that sads has only been studied for the past few years, neither of which you have disproved; what you have done is completely misconstrue and misrepresented what I have posted in order to try to prove a point that you also did not accomplish.
What I did is use critical thinking to link the article, SADS, and sudden infant death syndrome, to vaccines. None of these things are linked until I had linked them in that post.
That's a critical thought. Not a critical fact. You say there is nothing that links it using that source. But there are sources that can prove a link. That is where a person's judgment comes into place because again experts aren't always correct.
Now we're getting into preferences of information, this is the type of thing you use to try to prove a point instead of critical thinking and logic. We're arguing two different things.