Originally Posted by EireEngineer
Its not hard to understand. Simply pointing out that an increased rate of diagnosis need not be caused by some external factor. Often the increase is due to the process of diagnosis being refined. There are other factors to take into account. Take cancer for example. A substantial reason cancer cases went up during the 20th century was that people were living long enough to actually get cancer. In past centuries they would have died from any number of causes now eliminated my medicine and technology. However many truthers tried to correlate this with "environmental concerns" or "non organic foods" In medicine, if you hear hoofbeats think horses, not zebras.
Did you NOT read the post you made to which I responded, "HUH?" and realize the contradiction contained within?
To your latest post.
FYI, we don't like reading blah, blah and more blah on this forum.
However, you deserve an "E" for EFFORT.