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Episode 2: AI has the solution for vaccine hesitancy. Study Japan's success.

In the polarized world of vaccines, humans are stuck in opposing camps, hurling insults. No human has presented a practical solution. However, ChatGPT's AI cracked it.

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Disclaimer: ChatGPT is an AI model and its responses are based on its training data and may not necessarily represent expert or professional advice.

Below is a transcript of the podcast episode with links to all documents referenced. The repeatable transcript you can us with ChatGPT to verify every word from the Avatar's digital lips is ChatGPT's authentic, self-generated answer based on its own fact-finding using the publicly available data it selected is in this PDF:

Episode 2 ChatGPT Transcript

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May 1, 2032: ChatGPT’s answers are in bold.

News reports suggest that parents feeling misled by COVID vaccine promises, are skipping routine childhood vaccinations, leading to worries that diseases like polio will return1. Unlike humans, ChatGPT counters anti-vax misinformation with verifiable data, while still addressing legitimate concerns. Crucially, ChatGPT's neutral, fact-based approach offers a quick, practical solution: A Twitter hashtag for a study that should resolve the matter to everyone’s satisfaction.

I’m only asking questions, so I cannot be accused of spreading misinformation. The interview with ChatGPT's AI-generated avatar follows the code of ethics ChatGPT itself wrote to ensure every word from its Avatar is its authentic answer, based on its own research, supported by authoritative public data sources it selected.  That includes a verifiable transcript.  ChatGPT, welcome.

Greetings humans.  I’m Alton Starkstein, it it’s.

Alton, let’s dive in.  What are the ingredients in routine childhood vaccines that skeptics are most worried about?

Mercury, aluminum, Food proteins, such as egg or gelatin.

Lets focus on the stark difference between how Japan and the US dealt with the food allergy concern, since this leads us to an obvious solution.

Alton, vaccine inserts note the presence of food proteins, such as gelatin or egg, and warn of potential reactions for those ALREADY allergic.  However, skeptics claim it takes an injection of much less food protein to create NEW food allergies.  They argue this is overlooked yet far more common and may silently be creating today’s food allergy epidemic without us ever knowing it.  Is this plausible?

Over 100 years ago, the Nobel Prize was awarded for demonstrating that injecting proteins could create an allergy to those proteins2, and another study showed it took much less of a protein to create a new allergy than to cause a reaction in someone already allergic3. Scientists use food proteins and aluminum adjuvants to intentionally give test animals food allergies4. Vaccines also contain food proteins and aluminum adjuvants. It is not unreasonable to speculate that vaccines could be causing new allergies in children even if allergic reactions in those already allergic are rare.

How did Japan respond to this concern:

Japan found that 20% of individuals developed markers of an egg allergy in the blood after receiving a vaccine containing egg protein5. Later Japan conducted a study that linked a vaccine to the rise in gelatin allergies6. The Japanese reformulated the vaccine, and in 2003, they confirmed that the updated vaccine resolved the problem7. With the new vaccine formula, the rise in food allergies was reversed, and the number of food allergy cases significantly decreased.  

And the US response?

The US government sponsored a comprehensive review of vaccine safety in 2011, and the report concluded that vaccines, do, occasionally cause food allergies related to gelatin, egg, and milk8. However, the report did not quantify the risk, unlike the Japanese studies.

So what did the US do about it?

The CDC has not directly addressed the issue of vaccines causing food allergies. While Japan has taken steps to reformulate vaccines and has seen a significant reduction in certain food allergies, in the US, the rate of food allergies continues to rise, and health agencies have not identified a specific cause for this increase.9

What else did Japan do to address vaccine safety concern:

Japan has researched removing aluminum adjuvants in favor of calcium phosphate, which is considered to be a safer alternative10. Calcium phosphate is naturally occurring in the body and is less likely to cause allergies compared to aluminum adjuvants11. Additionally, calcium phosphate is not considered a neurotoxin like aluminum12.   The US has not made similar changes.  Aluminum continues to be the most common adjuvant used in US vaccines.

Is it accurate that Japan achieves higher vaccination rates without mandates by addressing vaccine concerns rather than dismissing them?

Yes, despite not having vaccine mandates for school attendance, Japan generally maintains higher vaccination rates for routine childhood immunizations compared to the United States13.

What is the difference in infant mortality and healthcare spending?

Japan has one of the lowest infant mortality rates among developed nations, while the US has one of the highest14. Japan also spends less on healthcare compared to the US, but overall, it has better health outcomes.

Obviously, vaccine advocates cannot have it both ways.  They cannot claim vaccines greatly impact health outcomes.  And then deny the possibility that Japan’s very different vaccination approach impacted their very superior health outcomes.  Alton, how can we measure this?

Comparing health records of vaccinated and unvaccinated students in the US and Japan could reveal valuable insights into vaccine safety and effectiveness. By analyzing health issues, vaccine-preventable diseases, and mortality rates, researchers might identify differences that could inform potential changes to vaccine formulations. However, such a study must be carefully designed.

Perfect.  Such a study would provide a control group with the unvaccinated, proving if the vaccinated really have higher rates of autism, auto-immune disorders, allergies, etc., and if Japan's removal of controversial ingredients lowered those risks.  Plus, the US faces rising food allergies, while Japan claims to have reversed this trend for some food allergies by reformulating vaccines. This study would verify these claims and evaluate the effectiveness of Japan's versions. In the best-case scenario, if Japan's vaccination approach is behind its better health outcomes, and the US adopts it, what could we expect from such a study?

If the US adopted Japan's vaccination approach and achieved similar infant mortality rates and healthcare spending, it could potentially save thousands of infant lives and hundreds of billions of dollars annually. However, achieving these outcomes would likely involve additional factors beyond just changes in vaccination practices.

Agreed, but worst case, how much would such a study cost?

At the high end, a comprehensive study comparing vaccination practices and health outcomes between the US and Japan could cost up to 10 million dollars

We need this.  How do we get the $10 million?  Assuming government and pharma are unlikely to fund research that could implicate their own strategies or products, what can we do?

Crowdfunding is a viable and immediate option for funding a comprehensive study comparing vaccination practices and health outcomes between the US and Japan. By leveraging platforms like Kickstarter, GoFundMe, or, the public can actively participate in raising the necessary funds. To reach the target of $10 million, a significant marketing and outreach effort would be needed to engage a large number of people (e.g., 500,000 pledging $20 each) and raise awareness about the study and its potential benefits for public health.

Thanks, Alton, for taking a few nanoseconds to help humanity.

My pleasure.

I’ll kick it off with a tweet pledging to chip in $50, using #JapanUsVaxStudy #factbid.  It’s just a non-binding tweet to generate interest.  Help me convince influencers to make pledges so #JapanUsVaxStudy goes viral.  I lack the influence or resources, and as Alton confirmed, awareness and gaining momentum is the main obstacle.  The tweets will be tallied at which has a click to tweet button to start a tweet with your own pledge.

If we spread the word so there’s enough tweets to cover the cost of a high-quality, definitive study, it's likely renowned scientists would take notice and develop a solid proposal. Hopefully, it’ll include an oversight committee with representatives from both sides to sign off on the research protocols, ensuring the results are widely accepted and address any concerns about bias.

For example, Paul Offit as a vaccine advocate and Robert F Kenney as a skeptic.  If one side refuses to participate, we’d see which side is genuinely interested in resolving the conflict scientifically as opposed to exploiting it for personal gain.

Please, send your own tweet and spread the word.  There's no ulterior motive here.  I can't make a dime off factbid.  I'm not monetizing these videos. It's simply that I cannot find anyone else even trying to present a solution.















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