Sure, I can explain more if you think my previous comment was not “substantive”.
I will repeat each one the three points & also add a short explanation. In addition, it is up to you support your comments with evidence and avoid the use of fallacies (2nd point – below).
1. your arguments are all the opposite to the evidence
– MMR – Completed – ClinicalTrials.gov | Search Date: September 24, 2014
– How many unpublished or published? http://goo.gl/cc5BnW
2. One example (please identify others by yourself): “cherry picking”
Please let me know if you need a more comprehensive evaluation of fallacies used to support your viewpoint.
3. Do you have unpublished research data (i.e., evidence) to support your statements (I will quote you below)?
Please let me know if you need a more substantive comment.
“Our survey has found that not only is there no proof of vaccine safety in the peer-reviewed literature, the overwhelming preponderance of the evidence suggests that early vaccines are causing damage. It’s past time for medical practice to take note.” – Quote from: Example 1: Pediatric Practice is Opposite The Published Scientific Evidence On Early Vaccine Safety (response is also available in this post)