RTE Roundtable Talk #14: Dissident Speciation
With Dan Behrman, David Fite, and Stacia Wilson
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Sometimes a conversation goes more places and turns out more interesting than you imagined it would. This is one of those. The conversation really began a few weeks ago when I was talking with a number of friends and the term "autist" was casually used to describe a particular group of young male dissidents who experience a level of emotional isolation. From there, there conversation evolved touching on a myriad of interesting points—some of which get to the roots of major controversies in modern civilization including how much toxins (including vaccines) might be changing the fundamental composition of society, how well society is socially controlled, and other conversational offsprings than you might not expect. There are some unexpected tangents to the Culture Wars.
We are grateful to our friends for joining us in the exploration.
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I suspect that several of the topics we hit on will become their own articles at some point, though vaccine/health research is taking up almost all of my time as of late.
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