7.31: co.fb/med/schiz'ia/thought to be related to autism:
How Autism is Changing the World for Everybody io9.com
How Autism is Changing the World for Everybody
There's not much doubt that autism, along with Asperger Syndrome,
is finally becoming accepted as a normal part of the human fabric.
Even if some people still see autism as a condition that needs to be "treated,"
it's increasingly obvious that people on the autism spectrum
are finding ways to...
. interesting that an article about
people misunderstanding autism
also noted that some had seen autism
as related to childhood schizophrenia;
because, schiz'ia too is quite misunderstood .
. medicals claim it's all about
being detached from reality:
having delusions about thoughts as objects
-- thoughts being sharable between people .
. the truth is,
not being able to control communications
(because thoughts are given to us
-- not made by us) means that
schiz'ia can be a lonely disease
and one filled with much frustration,
popularly known to end in mass murder
(people who think together, die together!?).
. what makes our medicals think that
this thought sharing is delusional?
. it may be delusional to think you control it,
a belief in the supernatural makes sense;
a belief in god
apparently makes a lot of sense,
but a belief in the devil is in the bible too,
yet even among many religious,
just like rational thought about schiz'ia .