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What keeps me up at night is…
What keeps me up at night is knowing that over 3,500 children will get a diagnoses of autism tomorrow worldwide when it can be prevented. The strobe of fluorescent light alters everyone's brain waves, but the faster your brain does images the greater the distortion. The fragile brains of infants are altered enough to create autism if they have fast visual processing. To show this it was found that all autistic people have visual processing twice as fast as normal. Fast processing isn't a symptom of autism it's the cause. It's why the Amish don't have autism and day cares have high autism(95% fluorescent lit) and Dr.s cause autism in exam rooms(closed room with fluorescent light), it's not the vaccines. It explains the 4/1 gender ratio and much much more.