The reason why vaccines arent totally effective is because there's new strains constantly coming out
For flu, yes. Flu is unusual in that regard, because of the muliple hosts that it has (birds and mammals) and the different surface proteins. Most viruses aren't so variable - birds don't get measles, polio or smallpox, or the type of herpes that humans get.
Flu is an exception, don't use it as the rule, as it isn't. The rule is polio, smallpox, rubella and measles for viruses, and tetanus, meningitis and tuberculosis for bacterial infections.
Can you think of a group of infectious diseases as big as that, in terms of the number of people they used to kill?
So do vaccines... They can disable and kill you too..
But not with the same probability, Einstein. 15% of meningitis cases alone are fatal. The fatality rate from *all* vaccinations (about 9 jabs) in the UK are 0.00005%. The rate of adverse reactions is 0.25%
How'd you like those odds?
I will have my girls wait on me...ill have them take me
Yeah yeah, 'course you will. Women love being treated and spoken to like that. You're going to die alone, and you know it.
Talk about Fake News........
Yes, let's talk about it. I aslked you in post #131 to justify the statement you made in post #130 that "Most vaccines ARE NOT tried and true to even know the side effects yet." I asked for objective medical research in a journal, but I'll accept a technical report from an objective authority, such as the WHO.
You haven't done that. I wonder why - is it because you were making it up?
but yeah sure lets vaccine for something that doesn't even exist anymore
Nobody vaccinates for smallpox, because it has been eradicated. It was eradictaed by vaccination.
Is any of this sinking into your noggin?
Bubonic plague - killed millions and was eradicated through mostly hygiene and better waste disposal practices. NOT VACCINES.
Sit down and have some more schooling: the cause of the plague is not fully known. It's not certain that it was bubonic plague, or caused by rat fleas. There is no academic consensus. Typhus and cholera are the diseases that were largely overcome by sanitation in the developed world.
Not at all - they're WAY higher than dying from some of the diseases that people are being asked to vaxx against, Einstein...
Is that a mathematical term, "WAY higher", or just something you plucked out of the air to sound impressive but doesn;t actually mean sh1t?
Here's some actual numbers for you.
Annual number of UK deaths from meningitis: 50 (2011 figures)
Annual number of UK deaths from all vaccinations for all diseases: 1.5 (6 deaths over the 4 years 2005-8), from 780,000 vaccinations per year.
So the chances of dying from meningitis alone are 33.3 times greater than the chances of dying from the vaccine - and that's not including your chances of dying from other diseases.
Funny because the chance of you dying from tetanus is .0000000004 from tetanus (2 out of 500 million)
Where are you getting that number from? Because 26 people in USA died of tetanus from 2001-8. You can't use the '500 million' number, as many of those will be vaccinated. The actual death rate after CATCHING tetanus is 13%. Prior to vaccination from the late 1940s, there were 600 cases of tetanus per year in the USA (so about 79 deaths per year). cdc.gov/tetanus/surveillance.html
Though I'm getting the feeling that numbers aren't your strong point...