Ok, so what do you make of the claim made by many theorists that vaccines are often introduced at the end of the "epidemic", if that is the right term, and success is as much due to the herd causing the disease to reduce in numbers infected with the BIO firms taking the credit that their vaccine is the real cure they claim it is.
Im sure some vaccines work, but we dont need hundreds as it appears US kids are getting/
If you could provide a link, Bloo, I might be better placed to comment.
Off the top of my head, if vaccinations have no effect, you'd expect populations with high vaccination rates to behave in the same way as those with low vaccination rates: in both populations, you'd get outbreaks of the disease (say, measles), which would peak, then fade away. But this only happens in populations with low vaccination rates. In populations with high vacciniation rates, you don't get outbreaks, or a least only very few small ones. This is because vacciniation prevents individuals from getting infected in the first place, so the outbreak never occurs.