Canute, Chaos, and the So-Called “Measles Outbreak…”

We all know the ancient story of King Canute…

…who was so displeased by his courtiers excessive praise, likening him to a powerful god, that he brought them all to the seashore where he had a throne placed at the water’s edge.  There he sat and commanded the tide to stop.  It, of course, did not.  He wanted to show his sycophants that there were regularities of nature that were beyond any king’s command.

By Ralph Fucetola JD

Toward the end of the classic 1987 book Chaos, Making a New Science, James Gleick wrote…

“…University of Arizona Professor of Ecology William M.] Schaffer is using strange attractors to explore the epidemiology of childhood diseases such as measles and chicken pox. He has collected data, first from New York City and Baltimore, then from Aberdeen, Scotland, and all England and Wales. He has made a dynamical model, resembling a damped,driven pendulum. 

The diseases are driven each year by the infectious spread among children returning to school, and damped by natural resistance. Schaffer’s model predicts strikingly different behavior for theses diseases. Chicken pox should vary periodically. Measles should vary chaotically.  As it happens, the data show exactly what Schaffer predicts.  To a traditional epidemiologist the yearly variations in measles seemed inexplicable — random and noisy.

Schaffer, using the techniques of phase-space reconstruction, shows that measles follow a strange attractor, with a fractal dimension of about 2.5… Although the attractor is chaotic, some predictability becomes possible… A year of high measles infection will be followed by a crash. After a year of medium infection, the level will change only slightly. A year of low infection produces the greatest unpredictability…” (pages 315-316)”

Recent statistics validate Professor Schaffer’s analysis.

Blaming the unvaccinated for the alleged measles outbreak is like blaming the king for the tides. 

Believing that mass forced vaccination can change these powerful epidemiological forces is unscientific superstition, showing once again that vaccination pseudo-science is not “settled” and natural immunity remains our best defense.

You can legally just say “No!” to vaccines; learn how here:

By Ralph Fucetola JD


8 thoughts on “Canute, Chaos, and the So-Called “Measles Outbreak…””

  1. With ‘vaccine – resistance’ being blamed for the catastrophic number of measles infections, we hear nothing about an epidemic of Mumps, or Rubella… the two other deadly diseases making up the MMR $hot. – You can’t have one without the others.

  2. 3,655 Measles Cases!!

    Oh wait, that was back in 1988, 25 years after the useless measles vaccines was introduced, before the criminal vaccine industry figured out they could use media press-titutes to create mass hysteria and scare ignorant parents into vaccinating.

    We are not having measles epidemics.

    We have an epidemic of ignorant parents who don’t know how to care for a child who has a rash and a fever. And the greedy vaccine industry knows exactly how to exploit and profit from their ignorance… by creating FEAR and HYSTERIA!

    Lesson: Ignorance is more contagious than measles.

  3. #VaxxFreeWorld

    James and Walter, that’s exactly the point of my article. There is no unusual measles “outbreak.” It’s all just marketing.

    As Tim Bolen has pointed out, Big Pharma is in Very Big Trouble. The free-ride they get with their illegal vaccines is the only thing keeping them away from bankruptcy!

    Tell Trump all FDA vaccine drug approvals since 1986 have been illegal, here:

  4. Brilliant. And one of my favourite books of all time. Ramifications, ramifications…

  5. I signed the petition and the one to the FDA but unfortunately the President won’t get it until there are 100,00 signatures. Right now there are under 5,000.

  6. Measles doesn’t exist. Children and adults get rashes, with or without fever or general malaise. These rashes get many different labels: measles, rubella, chickenpox, roseola, fifth disease, sixth disease, scarlet fever and more. What label you get depends on your vaccination status, disease history, the preference of the doctor and the flavour of the moment.

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  8. Georgia,

    Please contact me directly and I’ll make sure your card gets to you. Sorry it didn’t get through. We’ve provided thousands of cards so folks can assert their Informed Consent right. I suppose a couple might have gotten lost in the rush. My personal email is

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