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Anti-vax parent: Doctor why is my 2 year old baby acting out? Doctor: Oh he is just having a mid-life crisis
Funny how people are crying that this is stolen so what
This is my favorite one
Clickbait God they don’t get it by thinking it is serious
As someone who has autism it’s insulting and saddening that people seriously don’t understand what autism is to the point where they can’t even identify what it even is
I am autistic but it just seems like I don’t have it
What about people who dont care? i have a boil on my hoop, i dont need everyone to learn or understand it as i know they dont care, just remember all people dont care about the rest of the people past their immediate group 👍
I don’t know if it can be called autism and maybe that’s why they say that vaccines can’t cause autism, but I have met a kid who’s father told me that he took a vaccine at 4 years old and got a fever which then fried his brain or did some sort of neurological damage. And he’s never been the same since, and he was like 11 years old when I met him
I still remember getting frustrated at this middle school teacher telling kids that autism is caused by vaccines
@sam 21 well said, the cure is acceptance.
I feel like this video is as vital as ever right now. Highlights the absolute importance of vaccines perfectly.
My mom strongly believed that vaccines caused autism. I always had a problem getting into schools, would have to go to the district center and say that for "religious reasons" I couldn't be vaccinated. Even though my family isn't religious. When i was younger and brought it up, my mom would tell me she had saved me from getting autism, because apparently after one shot I started showing symptoms of autism, so she decided to not give me any more vaccines. 12 years later, I am fully vaccinated and don't have autism. (But of course my mom says it's only children that will develop autism from vaccines so I'm fine now to get vaccinated, still doesn't explain why she didn't take me between 13 and 18)
@sashank N I think it's been generally agreed upon that parents can't deny their children life-saving care. Or at least above a certain age like 12. I think if minors can figure out how to have an abortion without their parents' involvement, they can find someone to get them a vaccine.
@Sandal_Thong yes but teenagers have been deemed to not be adequately educated, and may not have a mature enough thought process to be able to make those kind of decisions, which is why their parents have to give consent on their behalf
I think teenagers should be able to get medical care if their parents refuse to do so or without their approval, whether it's abortion or vaccines. If their problem is with a particular doctor or hospital then that's another story.
I have seen polio affected people They have nothing to do about it apart from blaming their parents :/
'Feelings are often immune to facts', love this quote.
"Feelings are often immune to facts" Kurzgesagt absolutely DESTROYS antivaxxers
@Futaba Fan Club its a joke
@Nicolas Gomez yes it is a joke that I made 2 years ago
@Luke Town Just grab a microscope real quickly, get a sponge all dirty and take a look.
I actually got Mumps as a kid despite having been vaccinated. Let me tell you that was a miserable experience. I wouldn't want anyone to go through that. My case of catching mumps was an extremely rare case. The side effects I had from my MMR vaccination was nothing more than a mild inflammation on my arm where I was injected for a few days. OTOH mumps made my face swell up like a sumo wrestler's and I had a severe fever and suffered delirium because of the high fever. I couldn't eat solid food for a week. Seriously get your kids vaccinated people.
@Lucky W it's parrot talk from people who consume too much sponsored content. Sad times for critical thinking.
@Matthew Mcwhorter this is YouTube, not NIH, but I am happy to cite any claims you feel are beyond common knowledge. Which one would you like further reading on?
@LexTNeville cite sources please. don't make claims without evidence to back them up
2019 to 2021 has really shown that we (the general public) forgot about the monsters that our grand and great grand parents faced.
We are in one now
the only channel that has successfully reasoned with anti vaxxers. congratulations kurzgesagt
And they still cry about it
Kurzgesagt makes great videos, the music perfectly blends in with the animation all explained wonderfully by the narrator. Keep up the good work!
Thank you so much. Your homeopathy video was casually shown to my Mom at dinner one night (totally not planned ;]) This is what started the long battle to get her to trust medicine. I'm 18 years old and I got my vaccines in February; WITH her approval and help. Thank you. You have touched my life.
This is so heartwarming to hear! I hope this conversation with your mom continues to go well. I know mistrust in medicine is often rooted in fear-something I wouldn't wish on anything. It is so good she has someone supporting her through it. Good luck.
@frop1k no, dogs are innocent. She had the brain a chicken nugget
I really love the way y'all break down the information in your videos. Y'all make tough subjects to grasp understandable for anyone. I could play these videos for my students, and they would be able to comprehend even though they're just ages 3 - 6 years old.
@Lachish yeah totally because a channel has a foreign name means it’s “untrustworthy” with all its “untrustworthy” sources in the description and all the “untrustworthy” experts they talk to.
@Lachish I never said that, I’m saying Kurzgesagt’s animation style can help children in school understand what it’s saying, while not keeping any adults bored
@aCollectionOfCellsThatMakeMemes Thus every adult viewing this is a child in an adult body. THANK YOU
‘Feelings are immune to facts’ - absolute GOLD
@DGS lmfao you're in denial, just like the video said "feelings are immune to facts"
@Gerald Gama here comes the antivaxx
It’s ironic because Kurzgesagt themselves failed to explain vaccine side effects at all but instead used a hypothetical scenery. When explaining the function of vaccines it was detailed all the way to micro organic illustrations but for side effects no detail at all & therefore they shouldn’t have commented on that side of the topic because clearly they didn’t have the information to!
When a memory cell is awakened: “gets Vietnam flash backs”
@YOUR BEHAVIOUR IS SO UGH *slams book* i think it's a bot man
@Kathy you do this on every comment and I've seen you do it on other videos too I respect your beliefs but kindly stop
Times are getting tougher and darker by the minute! Jesus Christ loves you - He doesn't want you to perish! JOHN 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. Jesus died so that your sins could be forgiven and that you may receive eternal life! Turn from your sins and receive Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. ROMANS 10:9 If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead...you will be saved! May God bless you and turn His mercy toward you! 🙏❤😊
that's exactly how it goes
After watching videos of your channel, I felt like: "wow, it's so cool and easy to understand". I love your videos, be sure to make more videos. I always support you
The thumbnail of this video purposly made vaccines look bad so anti-vaxxers will watch the video. Only to realize their mistake. GENIUS!
my friend got myocarditis from the covid vaccine, so i understand people who are against vaccines, especially if we are talking about covid vaccines...
Vaccines are an incredible thing and I'm grateful that we have them
@Dr. Pavel - herd immunity
@Remedi Gregory Reported for misinformation
Me too, except for the recent fake ones that they won't show us the statistics on. Other than that, I love them too!
Thanks to this video, I have been able to learn much more about vaccines and what doctors do not tell us about vaccination. One thing I want to point out is that I can link this video on vaccines to the video on phages. It could be said that a vaccine contains phages.
Honestly, I sometimes wonder if people ACTUALLY knows what causes autism.
@Sandal_Thong being socially awkward is not a diagnosis for autism.
have you ever read anything that is pro-vaccine or neutral towards vaccines? you can't prove a point without seeing the other perspectives first
@Xero the protogen how old are your parents
All of this feels like a immune system rpg , but this is literally a science video.
Anti-vax kids: "when i grow up i-" Diseases: "No"
Except all the unvaxxed kids are bright and healthy lmao
@Virginia Railfan Noah davyen
@ryan harris rip kites
*starts to have existential crisis at age 2*
Beyond the easy to understand setup for the video, I love that you showed an example with numbers. I can't find enough stuff with percentages and statistics that are reliable and easy to understand. I love numbers and am studying mathematics in college, so thank you
Kurzgesagt really pulled a "Facts don't care about your Feelings", I respect it.
@Strazdas basically he’s saying humans are stubborn, is what I got from the line. And might I add stupid.
No. They said "Feelings are often immune to facts". Which is the opposite of what you state. Facts dont care about feelings show that facts are correct and feelings can be ignored. Feelings being immune to facts show that feelings cannot be ignored and factual correctness does not matter.
I believe he’s saying it the other way around
@Matt Olivier Did you even read the comment? Meow said "I respect it." lmfao
Why, do you think that anyone disagrees with that? If so, who? Stop being crazy.
I got the COVID vaccine and felt really ill after the second shot. I’d hate to know what would’ve happened if I had been sick for real.
@Lucky W explain how
You would’ve gotten less sick if you didn’t get any shots that’s what would have happened
@Kathy stop giving christians a bad look please
It's saddening how for many people "getting autism" seems to be the biggest argument against vaccination. I mean yes, kurzgesagt does make it clear that there is no actual research behind this idea, but I'd also like to add: Why is this such a "terrible thought"? If my kid **would** become autistic after a vaccination... well, it's still my child. Who I love deeply and with all their facettes. Like how fucked up do you have to be to rather have your child suffer or maybe die from a disease, instead of having an autistic child.
@The real Muichiro Tokito sorry you don't show up in comments anywhere under this post. And you are???
@Lachish Also this analogy by me is more trustworthy than those 'mothers' who 'cured' autism.
My cousin got vaccinated and BAM! 45 years later, he drowns in a lake. The vaccines weighed him down, obviously.
@synka probably joking
i know i’m 3 years late but did it actually happen (your cousin drowned) or you’re just joking?
Those DAMNED heavy metals
If the past year and a half cannot convince some people how important and life-saving vaccines really are, I don't think anything can.
@proud amazighian Well...you should, cause you're eternal life depends on it. If you make the wrong choice now, you will suffer miserably in torment in the lake of fire for all eternity! - It will never, never end! May you think about it and make the right decision??
Not only has that Lancet paper been debunked numerous times, it has also been retracted and the doctor who wrote it lost his medical license. I believe that is important to list as well.
1. Autism is something you're born with, 2, I had really bad pneumonia one time when i was 6, in both lungs. Please tell me how I survived-
"You are my new most favorite creation, @duckus, because screw Kirbo." - God
8:59, The irony that the allergic one with vaccine is the one that should become the biggest vaccine promoter is beautiful, herd immunity is an amazing thing
Making fun of people only pushes them further into their ideological bunkers. This video is wonderful and refreshing. Respect and facts.
Then all we need to do is put them in those bunkers and then weld the doors.
Also I love how all of you assume that he is referring to the covid vaccination. He’s talking about prophylactic vaccines which have been tested and proven to work.
Eh depends on the person. If you consider total agreement with the general mass to be facts, then you would be correct.
Need to put in context how much work and testing goes into making a vaccine that actually work! That would make this brilliant science channel better
I think this is very helpful information. Unfortunately, in Japan, there are a few people who are skeptical about vaccines. I hope that the correct knowledge will spread.
I think everywhere people are wrongfully skeptical about vaccines, but I do agree that we should only hope they learn better
It would be great to get an update with data for COVID instead of measles. People would be able to relate to that much more... and such a video from a reputable source is really needed.
Martin Grey Beetle beetle beetle cold weather
Everything in your videos is AMAZING. The animation, the narration, the MUSIC, and, of course, the content.
Anti vaxxers: Hey don't use a vaccine in my child! Doctor: Miss, No spawn killing
Ok. Now THIS is my favorite one
Is there symptom racism
@Dan Edgar ?
Well this comment didn't age well
I have a question - would a person from the Asia-Pasific area have the same or similar immunity cells system as someone from Europe? It would be interesting to watch a video about a continental demographic comparison in terms of the effectiveness of vaccines. Especially for countries who historically have not had a huge history of diseases.
Yes because just because we were born in different places, doesn’t mean that our bodies aren’t still generally the same
@SpaceJesus Ah......no - actually your premise is not entirely correct. I'll give you a B for trying though. Follow the white rabbit: 1 - Smallpox before it was eradicated was estimated to have existed for ~10,000 years per the historical record. Yet the peoples of North and South America migrated long before that. 2 - so no one on these continents had ever been exposed to Smallpox. 3 - when a novel infectious disease hits the mortality rate is the highest early on as the "chaff" is separated from the wheat. Individuals especially susceptible are killed off and those who survive have immunity for a time. 4 - when the illness hits again the mortality rate is lower - not because immunity has been "passed on" or their immune systems are supposedly better. Rather because there are still immune in the population from before which reduces the ability of the illness to spread. 5 - so mortality rates will drop until they level off. That means = you have a relative "parity" between immune and the vulnerable who either are born between epidemics or who lived then but were not previously exposed. So infectious diseases hit the Mesoamericans hard because they had never been exposed before and thus their populations had no one with previous immunity as a result of prior exposure. Smallpox was an especially lethal disease and accounted for most deaths because you were infectious before you showed symptoms. So people infected with Smallpox were walking around infecting others = and they did not even know it. p.s. - it went both ways. The Europeans ended up taking back with them infectious diseases they had never been exposed to - but which the Mesoamericans had.
Theoretically yes. Yet the reality is that all humans despite our genetic similarity = are still "individuals". So just like with nature and evolution each individual is subject to both the idiosyncrasies of their genetic makeup as well as socioeconomic variables of their environment. In other words a person may be born with a genetic predisposition to certain things which might impact their ability to fight off infections - such as say mitochondrial disorder - while they might perhaps be raised in endemic poverty so that their general health status is poor which also can impair their ability to fight off illness. So "it depends" as we see. As a rule however all humans are similar in how our bodies work and vaccines are created based upon that premise. Antibodies generated against the MeV virus which causes Measles as an example would be in a Japanese = identical to those created in a European or African as the virus itself is the same regardless of who it infects and antibodies are created in response to its antigenic structure.
"what doesnt kill u doesnt make u stronger" slays me lol
The memory cells are like the super hero we need when we need them
i never realized how badass the human immune system is
So there are cells that do nothing exept having war flashbacks.
@Probably a Raccoon They were talking about the cell having ptsd, not the person. Also, it was a joke.
Yes there are boomer cells that dont shut up about the war
Thank you for this video I learned a lot! 😁
Virus: You can’t defeat me! Immune system: I know, but he can *memory cells wake up
Biggest vaccine side effect is meeting someone whose anti-vax and has a go at the people who saved millions of lives.
I've got a form of autism called Aspergers Syndrome it's a genetic disorder because it often runs in families my grandmother, mother and uncle had the disorder meaning that because more than one relative had the gene I've inherited it which means my children have a 50% chance of inheriting the gene off me and the different between this disorder and a chromosomal disorder is that this disorder doesn't affect one chromosome where its copied three times but a gene which is apart of a chromosome the gene is so tiny that it's impossible to know what gene or genes are affected and which chromosome or chromosomes are involved so it has nothing to do with vaccines
"The biggest side effect of vaccines is fewer dead children" Holy shit that gave me goosebumps
Give us this side effect anytime!
Kurzgesagt: a kid dies from measles while this video is going Me watching the video 10 times to understand it
@121 goldenfox Achievement Unlocked! "You Monster!" You watched the video 10 times. That means you helped the measles kill 10 kids!
A balanced debate, an infinite battle, an endless discussion this sums up between of what one thing is equally good and equally bad is ie -vaccine: purpose and side effects
Only if my memory cells could remember my study notes for the exam
@Kathy He doesn't want you to perish, because he doesn't exist.
It's like booster vaccines, you need to present your notes multiple times to your memory cells.
Could ypu do one on the corona vaccines? I know there are no long-trem studies yet and they don't offer herd immunity, but could you explain the positive sides and how it really works? Thank you :)
im almost 22 and i recently found out I've NEVER been vaccinated for anything ever. never been so disappointed in my parents in my life. i just got vaccinated for the first time and will do my part in educating parents like mine about not vaccinating your kids.
@rutabagasteu Remember! You're just in Level 1 of the Tutorial Stage!
BUFFALO holy fuckles ಠ_ಠ damn...
@Bernadette Sandoval there isn't really such a thing as being immune for life but whatever
How did u make it to 22 lol
Everyone that is commenting about his age, he lived so long because of herd immunity. The more unvaccinated people surround us, the more LIKELY it is to get a disease and LIKELY it is to have an adverse outcome. This is all statistics people. Ages aren’t hard numbers, so yeah he lived this long but only at a higher risk. You are about .03% chance to be involved in a fatal car accident every time you get in your car. Out of the thousands of times you have, have you? Probably not since that’s PROBABILITY. Good on you for getting vaccinated and making it less likely for people to get sick, both yourself and people around you.
Perfect explanation!! Thank you so much !!
Anything to say about herd immunity regarding Covid vaccines, @Kurzgesagt? Love to watch an honest video about it with the latest statistics. Keep making awesome content!
didididi...dididi...reindeer music...dididi stop light... Lay lay lay laser comparison... Reindeer mysic continues o an im rubber you're glue board
The immune system seems interesting, i wanna learn more about it.
@Suptumber lumber tumber lumber 9 what is your religion?
abortion goes against my religion...and so do vaccine, especially mandates
They had no idea how relevant this video was going to become when they posted it
Exactly. Looking at the new comments genuinely breaks my heart seeing stupidity
Anti-vaxx mom's read title: "Yes finally someone talking about the real risks" Anti-vaxx mom's after the video: "they had us in the first half not gonna lie"
@Igor Nowicki Because it is a miracle product. Vaccines made a disease that basically everyone got yearly with many deaths into a really small possibilty of unharmful side effects
Azha F iUstsrzs
@Minhaj Naqvi Anti vax mom after video: Well that was a fuckin lie
Ya gotta admit, this motherfucking youtube is amazing. I love how he tried staying neutral and looked at both sides equally, (i am btw a pro vaccer) i do wish he explained autism and vaccines because i still think they dont understand what autism is... which is how your brain is wired
virus: *enters the body* memory cells: *gasp* I REMEMBER THIS ONE
요즘 같은시대에 꼭 필요한 영상이네요
Might be worth doing a video on the covid vaccines since they’re a new type of vaccine and there are lots of people who are either skeptical or against it because it’s new and misunderstood.
@Vary Olla 🐑🐑🐑
This one needs to be re-done using covid-19 rather than measles. It would be more relevant.
the amount of people who disliked this video is genuinely disturbing
But I don't even see a dislike!
They are probably disappointed their favorite channel just sold out.
@Ryde Mk I think 4 is the biggest reason for dislikes
@Arif R Winandar 99%.
This channel is the best I've come across this year. Thank you
Checking in, in this year 2021, to say that every single anti-vaxxer in the world should watch and understand this video. Want to know why there's COVID mutations? Here is why.
The anti vaccine movement is great - for funeral homes.
@Bill Cipher Route of administration is the key here. Metabolizing naturally occurring formaldehyde by eating an apple is different than having that same amount injected into your body in one go. "; and injection into muscle or under the skin (both of which are routes commonly used for administration of ********) caused significant inflammation. The author concluded that “formalin in whatever way introduced into the body is absorbed, and is then capable of producing lesions” in the affected organs." I never got lesions from eating an apple.
@Lachish no, but the ingredients are the same. Both share many ingredients, and it’s the dosage that makes the toxin, and guess what? The apple has a higher dosage. Don’t be afraid of scary words you don’t know. Talk to an expert.
@Bill Cipher Eating an apple is just like getting an injection huh
@Lachish Formaldahyde, and aluminum. Wouldn’t want to eat anything with that, right?- oh wait, that’s in an apple. And most foods.
The side effects are very serious and common, such as an increased lifespan, protection from incredibly painful or awful diseases.
@the Italian toast wishing you all the best in life!
@the Italian toast i got the joke, but the joke is just painful to read
@Karlo Sučić R/wooosh
@Karlo Sučić its a joke my guy
If this video is able to convince even 1 anti vaxxer out there. You win. Here's hoping you win.
@Anti-glasses Gang i dont want my kidneys, this is an absolute win
@Aditya Suratwala: Not able to convince this one!
@Joseph Stalin I'd say you're worse. He was misguided, not stupid.
@beep boam There were vaccines for different coronaviruses prior, however the covid vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna use mRNA technology, which has not had a widespread use on humans before until now. There were mRNA vaccines in the making prior to the pandemic, but they had only been in trials and were not used in any approved vaccines. The Pfizer vaccine is the first mRNA vaccine in the US to have full approval.
"This video has been supported by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation." just shows time and time again these are good people trying theyre best along with elon musk and other to educate get rid of misconception like with Mark Rober about global warming and how that will effect us and our kids
shows the exact opposite
Still sad though, that I have a friend who'll probably never end up getting vaccinated until he's 18 because his mother is grossly anti-vax. I feel really bad for him.
@Kinda Trash lmao
I love how Kurzgesagt always talks about both sides and doesn’t topple over
6:57 - "Might cause inflammation of the genitalia" Oh hey, how big we talking here and how many doses can my body handle?
"The biggest side effect of vaccines is... *Fewer dead children.* " * Kurzgesagt drops mic *
Dropping the Mike is synonymous with dropping your drawers to the industry
@reactive that’s the joke
@Omar Al-farouq Jaafar i guess
Since high school, I have been subscribed to this channel. The animation, research, and narration hooked me - learning while entertained. Of course, I'm skeptical on some of that opposes my morals, but every video is interesting and fun!
Parents:you had chick pox twice! When you were a baby Me: *OH AT LEAST MY MEMORY CELLS DID AWAKE ONCE*
ngl i love how he explain and the animation is so clean :D
Very curious where the 95% herd immunity stat comes from, because I have heard many reports of lower expectations for COVID-19 for example. I have no reason to doubt it, just genuinely curious.
Herd immunity required is relative to infectibility. So when the original Alpha variant of SARS-CoV-2 hit it has an R0 rating of ~2-3. The newer Delta variant however is much more infectious so that its R0 rating had to be increased to ~6-10. Thus the original variant of Covid might have been curtailed if say ~70% were vaccinated given its lower transmission rate. The much more infectious Delta however requires considerably more vaccinated to slow its transmission so that it will likely require at least 90% - the same as with Measles. Measles is one of the most infectious diseases out there with an R0 of ~12-18 and thus to effectively block Measles transmission you need upwards of 95% vaccinated herd immunity given how infectious the virus is. So it just depends. As the more infectious variants of Covid have arisen - owing entirely due to unvaccinated transmission - the numbers needed for containment have had to be adjusted.
Karen: sees title Karen: finally this will support my argument Kurzgesagt: well yes, but actually no
@SQUACK They were not required to recall because they’re were not legally negligent.
ui@Goose It was reported that some of the other manufacturers had similar problems and they were not ever required to recall them since it did not catch the medias eyes
@SQUACK Well they couldn’t really have spread polio, due to other, uncontaminated vaccines.
@SQUACK scuse me?
This helps me a lot. By watching this billions of time, now I'm a professional doctor
@Teletubby Meme what do you even mean
but my “on in jewelry lane” light just burned out at my house, thanks to my friend getting a vaccine. man i wish vaccines were banned.
This the first video i see from this channel (already subscribed) , i wished i saw this video when i was at school while trying to understand biology 😪
It is so cool how it teaches a 20 year old me that I should already know
that's so funny, im worrying about math tests meanwhile the literal cells in my body are fighting billions of enemies and are fighting their absolute hardest even sacrificing themselves to keep me alive
I'm legit allergic to vaccines. So thanks to the rest of yall for keeping us out of the cross fire.
I don't know you, and will probably never meet you, but you are who I get vaccinated for.
What part of the vaccines are you allergic to out of the hundreds we have?
Watching these are so amazing, it's like watching a movie
I commend you for covering this topic. Better, more specific info than most mainstream talking head doctors!
@Qyasumi you also cannot stretch a blind hole in real life, topology you can, which is clearly a subjective thing. topology is subjective
@Qyasumi it is where you can stretch an object anyway you want. it is obvious bs because “blind holes” in engineering are holes and they exist.
@Orange Orange Orange No they are not, once again, do you know what topology is?
@Qyasumi because holes are subjective, people can consider any concave curve to be a hole.
@Orange Orange Orange This is literally like saying 1+1=2 is bullshit. Explain to me what topology is if you know what you're talking about.
I can't wait for other people to discover this weird and amazing experience
One of the most important statements “feelings are often immune to facts” this is the reason why people make decisions not founded on evidence and science. Feelings
anti-vaxxer: ah finally, something that supports my opinion kurzgesagt: you fool, you fell victim to one of the classic blunders
Heh. Dude soo true!
the most famous is never get involved in a land war in asia, but only slightly less well known is this: never go in against science when death is on the line.
i dont know how many of you work on these videos but u all deserve the world
코로나 바이러스로 많은 사람들이 불안해하고, 또 백신에 대한 불신도 만연한 현재 상황에서 매우 유익한 영상이었던 것 같습니다. 덕분에 백신에 대해 알지 못했던 많은 정보들을 얻을 수 있었습니다.
@TIMOFEIKA No, honey. It’s Korean. You were off by about ten thousand kilometres.
What!? it's freaking chinese!
3:05 I loved that kurzgesagt animated the GTA V wasted death animation. Totally hilarious.
This is absolutely true in the case for measles but I have a question, If I have already been infected with covid and have built up some immunity and am personally in a low risk category of becoming seriously ill from covid, why can I not have the ability to choose whether to have it or not ? The current covid vaccine is not preventing the spread of covid ? Also side effects for children and young adults like myocarditis are a significant worry with the covid vaccine ?
@Vary Olla Did not read.
First is it is true for all vaccines. Next: 1 - immunity as a rule = transitory. Ergo depending upon various factors relating to how sick you become upon being infected and the immunogenicity of the pathogen determines how long your immunity lasts before antibody generation begins to wane and you become at risk again. 2 - a virus can not replicate - let alone mutate - absent = a host. As unvaccinated are the easiest to infect as they lack antibodies in their system which vaccinated have = they are the main propagators of vaccine-preventable diseases - even with the occasional breakthrough case among vaccinated. 3 - if you have 100 unvaccinated people and 100 vaccinated ones then all of the unvaccinated will be at risk regardless. Meanwhile since as noted in #2 the vaccinated have at least some antibodies in them they require more sustained exposure to become infected themselves. Thus if 40 vaccinated with enough exposure develop a breakthrough case that is still less than the entirety of unvaccinated who are vulnerable given their unvaccinated status. So vaccination status still yields a net reduction in overall numbers despite those who may become infected. 4 - myocarditis is associated with many viral infectious diseases. What matters is how often you see it and of what severity. In the case of Covid vaccines cases of myocarditis remain extremely rare with the vast majority of them self-resolving with simple rest after a few days. Side effects of infectious diseases and vaccines reflect = the areas of the body the pathogen can infect. Ergo if Covid antigens can infect cardiac cells to trigger mild inflammation of the tissues - hence myocarditis - then = so can the actual Covid virus. Myocarditis is seen more frequently among those infected with actual Covid than it is with the vaccine. 5 - finally mutation. The vaccines were created to work against the original variant of the Covid virus. That variant generated "X" viral load and the vaccine stimulated "YY" antibody generation to compensate. Yet because of unvaccinated transmission the virus mutated such that Delta and Omicron generate in infected individuals massively higher viral load generation. If you are attacked by 3 thugs you respond by higher 5 guards. If you are then attacked by 20 thugs = you need more guards - read antibodies. So booster shots stimulate greater antibody generation to help compensate for the enormously higher viral load generation caused by the newer variants. Moral of the story: yet even with everything above you must first = be exposed - which *UNVACCINATED* are driving. Unvaccinated are significantly easier to infect and are the ones who usually allow the virus to jump into populations by becoming infected to then = expose those around them ------> who then expose yet others around those individuals.......... = until people are finally infected - vaccinated or not. An outbreak has to begin with "someone". The more unvaccinated the more cases locally and the more chances the virus can continue to mutate itself. The more vaccinated however the fewer total cases and hence less exposure for all and less chance of mutation occurring.
"Feelings are often immune to facts." -- Kurzgesagt, 2019
@ZF Productions Ikr fck that sht
@ZF Productions and it should cease to exist. Only follow science.
@ZF Productions well
Until the facts bite you in the ass.
This is why religion exists.
Awesome!!!! The diseases are very horrible, a thought of our past...
Lel, reminds me of that one Simpsons episode where the Doc unintentionally gave a shot that gave Bart a negative side affect. But it's a good thing to have relearn about vaccines. It's been a while since I've had my medical course classes after all.
Классное видео, познавательное.
Billie Jean.. Not my emolova.. Hooh pencilcolcilcilcil..
memory cell: *sleeping* Old Virus: *attacks body* memory cells: *eyes shoot open* _"THEY'RE IN THE TREEEES!!"_
1955: Oh look I found a way to deal with polio 2019: For the last time, vaccines do NOT cause autism
@Dudley DoRight aight have a nice day
@Jason Crittenden Our conversation is over. I have to go to work.
@Dudley DoRight I don’t even know where or how you get your information but it is not like… bro I don’t even know where to start cuz I have 0 context on everything you say
@Dudley DoRight thing is. It’s not serious because nobody is worried about it but like a couple dozen delusional people
This is a very correct video even more correct than both pro vax and anti vax
This was a really great video! (Minus perhaps the emotional appeal at the end lol!) One limitation to the thought experiment which I've conducted myself regarding numbers for vaccine versus anti-vaccine is that side effects are grossly underreported for vaccines it's estimated that perhaps only 1% of side effects from vaccines are reported. If we knew the true numbers then our thought experiment would have a much different conclusion. Also I will say if I had the choice between my child getting measles or encephalopathy I'm choosing measles every single time. Lastly regarding vaccines and autism the study was never debunked and the author never concluded that vaccines cause autism... He said there was a link between vaccines the MMR vaccine specifically and autism and it was in I think around 13 cases in the study which obviously isn't enough to draw any conclusions but it's enough to warrant further research. Lastly... We know just about every vaccine can potentially cause encephalopathy. It's in the CDC pinkbook. We also know encephalopathy can lead to autism so that link I think needs to be further researched because certainly children can have encephalopathy and then demonstrate autistic like behavior thereafter
We can only win if we teach everyone about how our biological system actually works and that can be done by sending kids to school. Literacy will help humans win!
@Wilderbeast hmm, your picture is missing, lol
@Gaming Screen What is missing, do you think?
@Wilderbeast you could be :p
@Gaming Screen Why, am I pretty? I hope so.
@Wilderbeast are you female?
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