The Side Effects of Vaccines - How High is the Risk?

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Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
Dive into sources and further reading here: https://sites.google.com/view/sources-vaccines

Vaccines and their side effects are a hard topic to cover – we know we keep saying this, but this case especially, there were a lot of things to consider. You can’t blame people for being worried, so we wanted to take their concerns seriously.

Because it is impossible to cover everything there is to know about vaccines in a ten minute video our sources are extra extensive and explain a lot of aspects in more detail, with an extra focus on further reading.

So if you want to dive in deeper or have more arguments at hand for your next heated discussion, here you go.
Letha Johnson
Letha Johnson - 11 days ago
"In order to stabilize wora population we must eliminate 350,000 people per day" Jacques Cousteau Demanding Accountability United Nations Development Fund for Women 1996
sanovia mckinney
sanovia mckinney - 14 days ago
K-Tech PL loll.oklkm.
sajen mathew
sajen mathew - 21 day ago
Kurzgesagt - In a Nutshell 🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮🤮👿👿👿🧟🧟🧟Vaccines are going to trash amazing man is insane also antibodies help us antibodies
Darkangel
Darkangel - 2 months ago
98% of this comment section won’t even click on the link and read it. 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤧
holisticpoet
holisticpoet - 2 months ago
If you want real safety information just read the vaccine insert. It will tell you all you need to know. Bring a magnifying glass though because they do not want you to be able to see this information.
Galexywolfguard911
Galexywolfguard911 - 12 hours ago
Cant they just make a vaccine for corona by just weakening corona?
Luuk Nabben
Luuk Nabben - 10 hours ago
Its harder then that there curently working on a corona vaccine but it will take a while
Rachael Doonar
Rachael Doonar - 13 hours ago
The immune system develops its own antibodies. The vaccine claims to make antibodies too. This video says during the time antibodies form a lot of damage can be caused. First contradiction
Most people don’t die from measles. The statistics for the vaccine reactions are not true. I know that it is a FACT that when you present to emergency rooms with a sick person post vaccine they are told it is not vaccine related. Vaccine reactions are denied! Not even investigated.
When a person dies from measles is there other factors such as poor health care or other chronic health issues? Gut feeling, anecdotes? Observations and data collection is what has been going on!!! They end the video by putting down people who question the efficacy and safety of vaccines and thereby discrediting anything they had to say. By using insults to try to win a argument you prove yourself to not have an argument at all
Luuk Nabben
Luuk Nabben - 10 hours ago
Its not an insult its the truth anti vaxxers inderectly kill children
Richard Gregory
Richard Gregory - 10 hours ago
_The immune system develops its own antibodies. The vaccine claims to make antibodies too_ No. The vaccine stimulates the immune system to make antibodies. _The immune system develops its own antibodies. The vaccine claims to make antibodies too_ In a real infection like measles, this is true. If the immune system encounters a new virus it will not have antibodies against it. To produce those antibodies, the immune system needs to analyse the virus, design antibodies, then make them in large numbers. During that time the body has to rely on it's other defenses (the innate system) which whilst immediately available, is not so effective. So the virus has a period where it can take a hold. _First contradiction_ No contradiction. _Most people don’t die from measles_ But some do; measles is so infectious that without vaccination you invariably get epidemics. In those epidemics maybe one person in ten thousand dies - but many more will be so seriously ill they will have to be admitted to hospital. Some will be left with permanent damage to their hearing or eyesight for example. In the United States, up until the late 1960's, 48,000 people were admitted to hospital due to measles every year, and 500 people died. Worldwide deaths were, in an average year, up to two million people. Measles was so common there was a joke about it - it joined death and taxes as being inevitable. Whatever, even mild measles is very nasty and leaves your immune system severely weakened and open to other infections, often for months. And of course, that is just measles. Vaccines protect against much worse things like polio. _The statistics for the vaccine reactions are not true_ and your evidence for this assertion is...? _I know that it is a FACT that when you present to emergency rooms with a sick person post vaccine they are told it is not vaccine related. Vaccine reactions are denied! Not even investigated._ Again, you evidence for this "Fact" is..? _When a person dies from measles is there other factors such as poor health care or other chronic health issues_ Sometimes yes, sometimes no. People died from measles despite being in good health and having good healthcare. There is no cure for measles.
Đen Anh Da
Đen Anh Da - 14 hours ago
immune invader missiles
intruder contrary wisdom
ingenious slumber mechanism
obtain claim punch
germ provoke mild
measles contract scenario
fever rash pneumonia
encephalitis linger inflammation
genitalia autism stem
handful lethal immunity
argue argument mixture
conspiracy verge eradicate
GetDonutsGaming
GetDonutsGaming - 23 hours ago
Kurzgesagt: "You can't convince anybody by screaming at them"
Karens in Walmart: "EXcUsE Me?
R.I.P Rick May The Mann Himself
Short answer: there are possible threats to vaccines, but to believe that they're more common that stupidity is idiotic
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 20 hours ago
R.I.P Rick May The Mann Himself we have been dormant since ebola went down. Now dat corona has taken over, it is time for my people to rise again and take over da world!!
R.I.P Rick May The Mann Himself
@Uganda Knuckles ah, hello brudda, haven't seen your kind in a while
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 20 hours ago
He did not have permission to die
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 20 hours ago
He did not have permission to die
Ana Amore
Ana Amore - Day ago
I remember when I was told by a few not to vaccinate my child......I remember thinking "you got vaccinated and are alive and fine" it's heartbreaking to hear my little cosmic queen cry but I've always believed in science so she's going to have to deal and thank me when she's super old and getting to spend time with her great grand babies! 💖
Some guy that owns a cat
Antivaxxers use a vaccine against facts
Winnie kavali
Winnie kavali - Day ago
Lots of people don't actually recognize Dr.ademiso on youtube has got the hepatitis B cure
Dr. Volcano
Dr. Volcano - Day ago
Those 10k dislikes are all the Karens with unvaccinated kids.
Paulo Heuman
Paulo Heuman - Day ago
...1 has died since this video started...
Murder: *WATCHES VIDEO MULTIPLE TIMES*
Paulo Heuman
Paulo Heuman - Day ago
That video game looks very good, someone should make it.
Kordus
Kordus - Day ago
all countries should make vaccines mandatory. Period
Nick Gur
Nick Gur - 19 hours ago
The Karen's will act like they are being oppressed lol
Atharva Darvatkar
Atharva Darvatkar - Day ago
2:40
Hmmmm....
Pretty sure ripping something apart kills it in the process..
Luuk Nabben
Luuk Nabben - 10 hours ago
Thats the point
Richard Gregory
Richard Gregory - Day ago
And?
Marcin Lesiak
Marcin Lesiak - Day ago
Vaccines cause autism
Rip
Rip - Day ago
@Marcin Lesiak Ok.
Marcin Lesiak
Marcin Lesiak - Day ago
A joke.
Rip
Rip - Day ago
A joke, or an idiot?
Plague Doctor
Plague Doctor - Day ago
Science vs karens
Lucas Plumb
Lucas Plumb - Day ago
I just recently got my flu shot
Prasanna Lakshmi Jetty
Anti-vaxxers kill or weaken millions of kids not directly, but by weakening their health source. Fight against wrong information, if your friend is an anti-vaxxer, don’t believe them just because they are your friend. Believe what you think.
mlbb gameplay
mlbb gameplay - Day ago
Karen's after seeing this video: what can I say except delete this
KoiDaBoi
KoiDaBoi - 2 days ago
Government: Makes vaccinating mandatory.
Anti-Vaxxers: Guess I'll die.
Danika Decelles
Danika Decelles - 2 days ago
If the Karens don't understand that vaccines cause Children to be alive, i don't know what will.
Metadragon
Metadragon - 2 days ago
We should purposely isolate unvaccinated children and let them get measles so anti-vaxxers can finally learn their lesson
Joseph Stalin
Joseph Stalin - 2 days ago
Vaccines cause a condition called ageing. its very deadly and has a 100 % mortality rate.
Some guy that owns a cat
Uganda Knuckles no that’s called starvation
Joseph Stalin
Joseph Stalin - Day ago
Uganda Knuckles You will never understant my motives
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - Day ago
Is that how you killed all those people in the soviet union?
Haji Bibi
Haji Bibi - 2 days ago
the stairs in a building during a fire are 99% safer
anti-vaxxers: guess i’ll die
Haji Bibi
Haji Bibi - Day ago
ok
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 2 days ago
Actually im like the human torch. Fire can’t hurt me
Aditya Suratwala
Aditya Suratwala - 2 days ago
Great
Lechsi Z
Lechsi Z - 2 days ago
those kids who die should mean that our species will get some sort of immunity. the only example (rather grim) is of the European invaders spreading their diseases to Native Americans. Thousands of Europeans must've died from those disease before those with no immunity were mostly bred out of existence. But, they were carriers and I guess a few Europeans also may've had weak symptoms - most carriers can't spread a disease unless their are symptoms (coughing, sneezing, pustules and also active shedding of the virus vs . just having antibodies). But, why the WAY vaccines are offered is disrespectful: no brochures telling about a company' record, no choice or live, modified live, or killed vaccine. Usually no offer to only do one virus vaccine at a time vs. many at once. It's "Here, take this". We deserve more info. Most people can read these days and also access the internet to get more detailed info.
Vary Olla
Vary Olla - 13 hours ago
@Lechsi Z You wasted quite a lot of time and typing = only to reaffirm your ignorance of the science here. How about instead redirecting that effort into = learning the science........just a thought. Better luck next time. p.s. - Egyptologists are less worried about some mythical "long lost virus" = than they are about introducing new ones. Once a tomb is opened then the mummy should it contain one is subject to degradation from humidity and bacteria introduced into the structure. These things can rapidly break down the structure of the mummy to say nothing of its coffin should it survive. That is why Egyptologists work with archaeologists who are preservation specialists. They will assess a mummy and if needed reinforce its structure so as to try to preserve it with the least amount of damage. So handling mummies - which are organic in nature - without gloves or masks = can turn them into dust as the oils on your skin and the bacteria you introduce to their surfaces destroys the body.
Lechsi Z
Lechsi Z - 13 hours ago
@Vary Olla Viruses are not eradicated in all cases, nor is immunity gained i all cases. However, when scientists discover a new mummy or ancient body buried in ice for thousands of years, they wear masks and head to toe coverings to protect themselves against viruses from that era. A virus from an isolated group can die out, but one from a crowded area such as Egypt wouldn't as easily. So, those scientists must know that viruses aren't cut and dry- each is unique. Some viruses become much weaker over time - as happened in rabbits in Australia- but that can have good and bad consequences. You take as many vaccines as you like, and I'll take as few as I like. Over 60 years agio, science proved that some viruses, over time, have potential to cause cancers. Perhaps injecting them into our bodies intentionally could do the same. Some vaccines are cultured on eggs - ever heard of avian flu? What other avian diseases might there be that could be passed via vaccine then? We don't know what we don't know. And, you may want to watch or read more history on the medical sciences. It is rather scary what scientists thought was fact. I still remember the cholesterol scare when scientists were sure cholesterol from food was the main source of high cholesterol and it was unaware the other dietary sources. I remember when medical scientists thought other mammals couldn't feel pain or experience emotion. Science is run by humans, and all humans are prone to ego, greed, mental laziness, fear of their peer's opinions (peer review). I have to trust myself.
Vary Olla
Vary Olla - 18 hours ago
@Lechsi Z So you began with a nonsensical rationalization about evolution - which I showed was in error - to subsequently pivot to another nonsensical rationalization about "choice"..................did you honestly think I would not recognize the pivot???? LMAO!!! "Deflection" is a stereotypical - and childish - ploy which anti-vaxxers frequently try to employ to salvage a failing argument. Moral of the story: once upon a time before we had modern antibiotics = lepers were driven from their communities and forced to live apart given their potential infectibility towards others. That they may have desired a different outcome mattered not one whit. All that mattered was they posed a risk to the broader community..................so it is with vaccination measures. So in matters of public health = "choice" is not a viable excuse for inaction. When you enter the public space which is inhabited by all you do not have the right to potentially spread infectious diseases as a consequence of your poor choices. Instead you have an obligation - as all do - to take measures to mitigate the spread of infectious diseases. These measures include vaccination which both history and legal jurisprudence supports as reasonable in their methodology as well as efficacious in their effect. So your ignorance or incredulity is no more legitimate as a basis for argument as is your desire to parrot facile anti-vaxxer talking points here. Better luck next time. p.s. - animal vaccines are not equivalent to human vaccines which are much more rigorously regulated. Also I would not take my pet to a vet who believed what you claim here as they apparently slept through biology class..............which is probably why they treat animals instead of humans who would sue them for malpractice.
Michael Baljet
Michael Baljet - Day ago
@Lechsi Z Just remember that if a doctor tells you to take some medicine, there is probably a very good reason for it, and even if you don't experience bad effects without taking it, there is still probably a very good reason for the doctor suggesting it. It is important for each of us to come to the consensus that we don't know enough about ourselves to make imformed decisions regarding these matters.
Lechsi Z
Lechsi Z - Day ago
@Michael Baljet a close family member is a doctor: they believe what is in their textbooks. They are not encouraged to question anything or to create....merely to implement. A doctor told me to take an antibiotic before surgery. i didn't because i had no infection and was in great health. i was fine without his antibiotic and didn't have to suffer from a yeast infection. If YOU want to blindly be lead, go right ahead. Allow others to do as they will - with their own bodies. Pets and kids are different, of course - but even those aren't belonging to gov't/society/doctors.
Jesse Arcamo
Jesse Arcamo - 2 days ago
I am anti-vaccines .. Roast me
The letter e
The letter e - Day ago
Please learn the difference between a medical professional and a soccer mom with no qualifications doing 5 minutes of google searching
Yeet skeet
Yeet skeet - Day ago
@Daniel Watkinson cant say it better
Daniel Watkinson
Daniel Watkinson - Day ago
Jon Atk the problem with “researching” vaccines is that anti-vaccine sources are generally very scientifically inaccurate and not-fact checked
Yeet skeet
Yeet skeet - 2 days ago
OOF
Jon Atk
Jon Atk - 2 days ago
Why? I’m just going to say you need to seriously research more.
The Last Hope
The Last Hope - 2 days ago
ALL hail the vaccines our heroes btw I had my flu shot today
CROSSBOW GAMING
CROSSBOW GAMING - 2 days ago
sir if our body recovers from cold over time and again but why dont we become immune to it please reply
The letter e
The letter e - Day ago
Like most have said, there are two main reasons. 1. the symptoms of a common cold are so mild it would be a waste of energy and resources to develop immunity 2. the common cold is not caused by a single virus or bacterium, but rather many.
Daniel Watkinson
Daniel Watkinson - Day ago
Vary Olla thanks a lot for the in depth analogy, I am in complete agreement with you. Have a great day and continue to educate
Vary Olla
Vary Olla - Day ago
@Daniel Watkinson In the time before there was the MMR vaccine = in the US each year one used to see: 1 - millions of cases of Measles alone - remember that the MMR prevents 3 different illnesses. 2 - of those Measles cases each year tens of thousands would end up hospitalized. 3 - of those thousands would develop encephalitis. Encephalitis can result in neurocognitive impairments such as blindness, deafness, and cognition problems which can render the individual disabled for life. 4 - finally hundreds would ultimately die each year despite access to modern healthcare. 5 - meanwhile in the post-MMR vaccine world the incidence of Measles has dropped like a stone from millions of cases annually in the US to on average several hundred a year. Per VICP data which is public record = out of more than 100 million doses of MMR vaccine administered over a 12 year period from 2006-2018 a total of 130 cases were approved for compensation owing to the MMR vaccine. That works out to perhaps a couple dozen individuals a year who reacted severely enough to seek compensation from the VICP out of millions of doses. Moral of the story: so my opinion here is self-evident. People do not live in a vacuum magically protected from infectious diseases. Pathogens exist in nature and thus in human populations. Accordingly exposure is a forgone conclusion at some point with only how and where being in question. The only reason infectious diseases are not commonplace as they once were = is the cumulative impact of decades of vaccine usage which built up the herd immunity which reduces the likelihood of those outbreaks and subsequent exposure. So I support vaccines because history and the data conclusively show that vaccines reduce incidence of infectious diseases which in turn reduce health issues associated with those diseases as well as mortality rates. Infectious pathogens do not care what you believe. They exist to spread and replicate = period. As such we must mitigate their ability to do so and vaccines are the only public health measures with a documented capacity to do that on a wide scale. It only works however if everyone is on board. Enjoy your day. p.s. - epidemiologists estimate that for the 20 year period of 1994-2014 that vaccine usage in the US saved not only countless lives = it saved more than 1 trillion dollars in healthcare costs that would have otherwise been spent mitigating the infectious disease outbreaks that would have occurred absent vaccines to prevent them.
Daniel Watkinson
Daniel Watkinson - Day ago
Vary Olla thanks so much for your advice and the valuable information you’ve provided, I’ll definitely bear it in mind. So to check I understand, your main point is that understanding is extremely important as it allows you anticipate and recognise occurrences in a greater depth and perhaps also with more accuracy? Understanding is also something that is ‘underrated’ by many people. If you don’t mind me asking, what’s your opinion on vaccines?
Vary Olla
Vary Olla - Day ago
@Daniel Watkinson retired.............although I slept at a Holiday Inn Express. lol! My degree and career was spent in an applied science field. As such it enabled me to step back to see the totality of things rather than the all too often superficial approach so many today seem to prefer. Critical thinking is always your friend. Moral of the story: A+B=C - and this is where most folks stop. I however recognize that C can sometimes lead to D, E, and F. So do not endeavor to simply know "what" happens. Also seek to understand how and why things occur. Then you will be able to anticipate what can happen as well as recognize it when it does. If you learn how the human body works = you will understand how infectious organisms then impact the body. It is like with your car. If you understand how the engine functions then you can troubleshoot it when something goes wrong. Always look at the larger picture. Enjoy your day.
AldZ G
AldZ G - 2 days ago
Maybe I should share this to an anti-vaxxer :)
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 19 hours ago
Judging by a lot of comments here. It would be fun to do it but its either gonna lead to dissapointment or a few laughs
An Intellectual
An Intellectual - Day ago
Yes, do it
KoiDaBoi
KoiDaBoi - 2 days ago
DO IT!!!!
Clarissa Candrian
Clarissa Candrian - 2 days ago
the illustration tho 🤩
Sara3346
Sara3346 - 3 days ago
I'm surprised Kurzgesat doesn't link too his own video on the immune system here.
Jeffrey Gaston
Jeffrey Gaston - 3 days ago
The biggest problem of this video is the fact that it has to exist. Not for the reason of teaching us curious and critical thinkers as to how vaccinations are beneficial, but rather trying to sway selfish and stupid individuals why not getting vaccinated is just plain harmful. At walmart they had to post signs in the household dept. to not drink the bleach. Folks, if you ever hear someone thinking about shooting bleach up their kids butt, do the world a favor and KILL THE MOTHER FUCKER! We might just raise the IQ of the human gene pool a couple of points.
Jeffrey Gaston
Jeffrey Gaston - 3 days ago
@ELITE DUDE Elite dudes don't have to read!
ELITE DUDE
ELITE DUDE - 3 days ago
I’m not gonna read that
merch mad
merch mad - 3 days ago
I love the animations in this video. Here’s some stats you will find interesting:
49% of people here eat shit processed food high in sugars and anti nutrients, get sick and blame the virus or disease instead of taking responsibility. Then they get drugs as a temporary fix. No wonder they love vaccines.
49% of people here are sheep and follow the other 48%. If they say vaccines are good. It must be.
2% of people here are Karen’s that take responsibility for their own health with a healthy diet of fresh organic veg so they don’t need drugs or vaccines to stay healthy.
Rip
Rip - 3 days ago
There's a reason I don't believe the Internet, including YOU.
Romulo Mendes
Romulo Mendes - 3 days ago
also how butthurt do you have to be to leave 6 different antivaxx comments
Romulo Mendes
Romulo Mendes - 3 days ago
nice asspulls on these stats
Peridot Cipher
Peridot Cipher - 3 days ago
It did not cause my aspergers
no one 3456
no one 3456 - 3 days ago
2:53



*those cells*
ELITE DUDE
ELITE DUDE - 3 days ago
Dead joke
Kyrl Christian Boni
Kyrl Christian Boni - 3 days ago
10k dislikes? Now thats a lot of dead kids
Zu
Zu - Day ago
@merch mad yeah, kids die because of your stupidity
ELITE DUDE
ELITE DUDE - 3 days ago
merch mad yes.
Richard Imo
Richard Imo - 3 days ago
merch mad in great it’s always good to have a sense of comedy
merch mad
merch mad - 3 days ago
Kyrl Christian Boni haha funny comment so without vaccines kids die right? I get that joke, funny
max potato
max potato - 3 days ago
me 9 year old watching good stuff
Mile _
Mile _ - 2 days ago
cute potato
max potato
max potato - 3 days ago
@Lilian Baldivia cool
Lilian Baldivia
Lilian Baldivia - 3 days ago
Me 9 too
Auracle
Auracle - 3 days ago
Vaccination does cause autism, look at me, I'm the most autistic adult oh wait I'm not vaccinated
An Intellectual
An Intellectual - Day ago
Haha
Dangle Blampy
Dangle Blampy - 3 days ago
Lol
cloudyyskies
cloudyyskies - 4 days ago
mAKE THIS A VIDEOGAME PLEASE
Mshata Ali
Mshata Ali - 4 days ago
i had pneumonia when i was 2 or 3 year old
ELITE DUDE
ELITE DUDE - 3 days ago
Idc
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
‘This video has been supported by a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’.... that’s why it’s such a great unbiased video...
Dragon Boi
Dragon Boi - 2 days ago
I know that you were being sarcastic but it is unbiased
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 3 days ago
Nick N its fucking weird. And she even claims to have a degree in science. I find that hard to believe because of that
Nick N
Nick N - 3 days ago
@Uganda Knuckles yeah i also heard that he has killed multiple children to make vaccines and that they give you hepatitis b and i asked them how do they know and they said "because i said so" there is no way that they can possibly be wrong, they said so.
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 3 days ago
Vary Olla i just found the biggest boomer that posted a link to prove that bill and his nanobots is a thing. I ask em how they know its accurate then they say “its legit” and continue to tell me how its already happened in europe.
Vary Olla
Vary Olla - 3 days ago
Conspiracy theories are the swansong of the failed intellect. As such the poor facile thinking moppets who react to online conspiracy theories are demonstrating for all they exist among the ranks of the intellectually and emotionally stunted rather than rational thinking beings. Better luck next time. lol! p.s. - on a side note the Gates Foundation supports science. It however is not the source of the information presented here which originates from credible science based sources. Enjoy your internet Matrix Neo. As noted by Nick = Fakebook, Twit-R, or Insta-Garbage is not reality.
Cretaceous Monster
Cretaceous Monster - 4 days ago
I would never thought that I just needed a duck to understand vaccines...
Fatema Sharaf
Fatema Sharaf - 4 days ago
im sorting by new to see the karens coment on this
ELITE DUDE
ELITE DUDE - 3 days ago
merch mad when they find one yes
CJ Donohue
CJ Donohue - 3 days ago
@merch mad I dont have kids too but for myself, I will wait a little bit, then I will vaccinate myself, just a little skeptical of new and unproven vaccines. I will just wait, if things start to come up regarding the vaccine, then no. But if it looks ok after a couple months, then definitely.
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 3 days ago
merch mad i dont have kids.
merch mad
merch mad - 3 days ago
Thanks guys for all the support. Will you guys be getting the Covid vaccine for your kids too?
CJ Donohue
CJ Donohue - 3 days ago
@merch mad please vaccinate your child.
Rafi Pearlman
Rafi Pearlman - 4 days ago
Vaccines do NOT make your child stupid. Teaching him that does
ELITE DUDE
ELITE DUDE - 3 days ago
Uganda Knuckles lol
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 3 days ago
Nick N whos your favorite superhero then?
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 3 days ago
Nick N i prefer r/madlads
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 3 days ago
Nick N nope
Nick N
Nick N - 3 days ago
By the way do you post on r/vaxxhappened a lot
Yes No
Yes No - 4 days ago
Memory cells: *Vietnam Flashbacks*
camilo fernandes
camilo fernandes - 4 days ago
hahaha .. i luv autistic kids ... so let's vax them early ..,. hahaha
Rip
Rip - 3 days ago
Wut?
Emu For WW3
Emu For WW3 - 3 days ago
?
yves eden
yves eden - 4 days ago
so ur telling me vaccines is like russian roulette
Michael Baljet
Michael Baljet - Day ago
@Lucas castillo I like that, 1 million empty slots, and one slot with a paintball :D
Dangle Blampy
Dangle Blampy - 3 days ago
Russion roullete with 10 million chambers and one bullet.
Blue Flame
Blue Flame - 4 days ago
yves eden, did you watch the video?
Lucas castillo
Lucas castillo - 4 days ago
With 1 million slots with out a bullet and one slot with a paint ball. Sure a paintball can kill you if shot in the right place but is it likely? Of course not.
ThexNex _
ThexNex _ - 4 days ago
Ok to whoever Uganda Knuckles is, how are you able to respond to antivaxxers after so long and with so many facts? Im legit impressed
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 4 days ago
Im everywhere. Im like god
Jun Yang
Jun Yang - 4 days ago
ThexNex _ he comes here regularly he’s like the Justin y. Of anti vaxxers
James Anderson
James Anderson - 4 days ago
Karen- Vaccines can kill your child!


Me- Just because you can speak doesnt make you intelligent
ThexNex _
ThexNex _ - 4 days ago
@merch mad go for it. Just remember if you are scared of the needle, the small prick can save your child's life
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
James Anderson lol, and I’m right in the decision to whether to vaccinate my bubba or not, this video really helped
Sparkle Sparkle Bitch
Sparkle Sparkle Bitch - 4 days ago
Is that why you can’t get H1N1 (swine flu) twice? Because your body sees it as a very deadly virus and produces memory cells to protect against it from the future. I had the swine flu about a month before my sister had it back in 09 so I was already cured but I wasn’t infected again by her.
Xvyz
Xvyz - 4 days ago
thanks Vary Olla!
Sqrt -1
Sqrt -1 - 4 days ago
Vary Olla Woah, a comment of quality! A rarity on USa-video...
Vary Olla
Vary Olla - 4 days ago
Yes - BUT - it also depends upon the severity of the infection. So exposure to a pathogenic organism will typically induce antibody formation after a time. As to how long you actually produce antibodies however is another story and falls into the realm of "immunogenicity". So your body will generate antibodies once the B-Cells "mature" in the dendrites of the lymph tissues. Sometimes however one will see the development of "affinity" B-Cells = or "memory cells". Those are what actually keep antibody production going forward for a long time - hence "lifetime immunity". So here is the "onion". Your dendrites = stimulus driven. In other words the more powerful the stimulus the greater the response. This means that a "mild" infection will produce antibodies - BUT - it may not generate affinity cells. As such your B-Cells will stop generating antibodies after a time resulting in you losing your previous immunity to a specific organism = antibodies are created to work against a specific set of antigens. If the antigens change - ergo a new strain arises - then the antibodies will not work and new ones must again be created. If sufficient affinity cells are not generated then as noted immunity will wane in time. Moral of the story: so the stronger the stimulus - or the more severe an infection - the greater the likelihood of affinity cells being generated resulting in immunity that can last many years. If however you only caught a mild case - or the strain involved is a mild one as different strains of Influenza come with different levels of virulence as it is not "one size fits all" - then immunity might wane in time. So H1N1 as it happens is one of the worst strains and thus if you were fairly ill with it you "should" still be immune. I would however recommend you not test this out. lol! It is always best to avoid exposure where possible despite previous exposures. Have a nice day.
SCP 682
SCP 682 - 4 days ago
7:00 OOOOFFF
KoiDaBoi
KoiDaBoi - 2 days ago
F in the chat
Saitejas Hulsoor
Saitejas Hulsoor - 4 days ago
Stats show that most autistic kids are vaccinated.
Well, the non vaccinated ones are dead.
Dangle Blampy
Dangle Blampy - 3 days ago
That's because most kids are vaccinated
DIEGO SANCHEZ
DIEGO SANCHEZ - 3 days ago
Maybe because most kids in general are vaccinated
Saitejas Hulsoor
Saitejas Hulsoor - 4 days ago
@merch mad it's a joke
Nick N
Nick N - 4 days ago
@merch mad yes
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Hahaha...so you think if you’re not vaccinated you’ll die?
Hanginman
Hanginman - 4 days ago
God damn that ending was so serious
Vatsu Ananab
Vatsu Ananab - 4 days ago
Some people are not afraid of vaccines because of their side effects. Some people are afraid of vaccines because the pharmaceutical companies did a lit of shit and were never held accountable. I think this is an interesting point to debate which is often missed in discussions such as this.
Nick N
Nick N - 3 days ago
The fuck are you talking about. I've looked into articles about the bill gates foundation from trustable sources, not idiots on Facebook or other websites like that, and there was no mentions of anything bad happening to kids there. Also, like the video said, vaccine cases where they are harmful are incredibly tiny, and the side effects are incredibly more tame then the diseases they prevent, such as measles or polio. So the likelyhood that anything bad happened is practically 0.
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Vatsu Ananab I think it’s also an interesting point that bill gates sponsored this video and even more interesting if you look into what his vaccines have done to kids in Asia...
Why ?
Why ? - 5 days ago
I can feel all the anti-vax people screaming at the very bottom of the comments
Why ?
Why ? - 4 days ago
Good thing you did and if you didn’t find this video you should’ve still pick to vax your kid cause it is common sense
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Why ? Haha good one, I’m right in the middle of deciding to vax my son, gd thing I found this video
AndroidGameplays4Every1
What's the name of the artists/animators? I really love those colors and art style.
Maya Inal
Maya Inal - 3 days ago
look in the description. it really is a gorgeous art style
Crafty YT
Crafty YT - 5 days ago
measles: *enters body
memory cells: *Vietnam war flash backs
Awesome_Nation_is_Here
Awesome_Nation_is_Here - 5 days ago
E-n-c-e-p-h-a-l-i-t-i-s, no idea what it does, but according to my 5th-grade teacher, anything that is a long, fancy word is bad.
Awesome_Nation_is_Here
Awesome_Nation_is_Here - 2 days ago
@Zachary Doney ... Master
Zachary Doney
Zachary Doney - 2 days ago
On the off chance that this isn't satire, encephalitis is swelling of the brain, which can lead to death and permanent disability.
ThexNex _
ThexNex _ - 4 days ago
I have no idea whether this comment is satire or anti-vax
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 5 days ago
What?
Dave Ski
Dave Ski - 5 days ago
Most of the anti Vaxxers I know are afraid of the door that opens when government provided injections become mandatory
GoldDropper
GoldDropper - 5 days ago
VACCINES CAUSE AUTISM


-Karen
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
GoldDropper haha good one, I’m just deciding whether to vax my kid too, gd video
F. Kich.
F. Kich. - 5 days ago
hope this comes for the rona virus quickly uwu
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
F. Kich. You think the covid vaccine will be with us soon?
נופר ידלין
נופר ידלין - 5 days ago
2:08 constently ill??
Laura S
Laura S - 5 days ago
The levels of trust in a video funded by Bill Gates I find mind blowing.
The man who wants to depopulate the world.
Just wow. 🤯
Dragon Boi
Dragon Boi - 2 days ago
@everyone winning an argument against an intelligent person is hard, winning one against a stupid person is imposible
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 4 days ago
merch mad link?
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Don’t be silly! Look at what bill gates has done for all the helpless kids in Asia, his vaccine apparently helped 100’s of thousands through paralysis, any moron can easily look this up by searching on non biased search engines like duck duck go, so stop being so anti vax,.... baaaaaaaaa
Potienal Potatah
Potienal Potatah - 4 days ago
Bill Gates vaccinated his kids. Make a conspiracy theory with evidence, Karen.
LOLCAT
LOLCAT - 4 days ago
Day 1 of finding anti-vaxxers: Karen says this video was funded by Bill Gates and how he wants to kill everyone.
Haije Hiemstra
Haije Hiemstra - 5 days ago
Im autistic lol and i didnt get it from vaccination i am more normal than anti vaxxer karens lol
Just a Random Person
Just a Random Person - 3 days ago
Nick N bruh they ain’t anti vax
Nick N
Nick N - 4 days ago
@merch mad a genetic disorder, search it up you dumb shit
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 4 days ago
merch mad birth.
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Haije Hiemstra May I ask how u got it?
Rosana Falcao
Rosana Falcao - 5 days ago
And that’s how I discovered that Kurzgesagt is an anti-vaxxer.
ThexNex _
ThexNex _ - 4 days ago
@merch mad he just read the title
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Rosana Falcao this comment makes no sense?
Josef Franz Dayot
Josef Franz Dayot - 5 days ago
replies to the comments here are big yikes
if ever there are any comments with more than 50 replies then oh boy i'm still reading them but most likely reading them with second hand embarrassment
Umbre On
Umbre On - 5 days ago
Common cold : attack
Memory cell: * vietnam flashbacks *
Oyunlar ve Parodiler
Oyunlar ve Parodiler - 5 days ago
Hastayken izlemek çok hoşuma gidiyor

(I now english but I will don't translate xd)
DIEGO SANCHEZ
DIEGO SANCHEZ - 4 days ago
It isn’t an offense, just a correction
DIEGO SANCHEZ
DIEGO SANCHEZ - 4 days ago
I *know* English but I will *not (or won’t, altogether)* translate xd
Rafael Souza
Rafael Souza - 6 days ago
There are some videos that transcend to favors to mankind. Vielen Dank, Kurzgesagt!
BTNArksome 1215
BTNArksome 1215 - 6 days ago
This video is inaccurate.


It showed Greenland as infected from measles
ysac Mera
ysac Mera - 6 days ago
4 ADDS ? Son OF A BISQUIT
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 5 days ago
BlueToadTheBulbous i guess you dont want to hear the punchline?
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 6 days ago
BlueToadTheBulbous what do you get, when you cross a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash?
BlueToadTheBulbous
BlueToadTheBulbous - 6 days ago
@Uganda Knuckles yes
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 6 days ago
BlueToadTheBulbous wanna hear another joke toad?
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 6 days ago
BlueToadTheBulbous hello mr. toad. How is life?
José Gómez
José Gómez - 6 days ago
I'm sorry but parents in developed countries who refuse to vaccinate their kids due to unfounded conspiracy theories are just selfish. The children are not your property, if anything they have been lent to you to take care of, regardless of your beliefs.
Potienal Potatah
Potienal Potatah - 4 days ago
I agree. It angers me to no end to see someone harming their own children.
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
100% they have been lent to us by god to make sure we bring them up to be the best possible person by pumping them full of man made drugs not made by god instead of natural supplements found in natural foods made by god I’m with you
GoldRukito / Official
GoldRukito / Official - 5 days ago
@Free our* Its our bortha
Free
Free - 6 days ago
Hipoty Hopity, your child is my property
sansundertale09 xX
sansundertale09 xX - 6 days ago
I thought they put like a little so we can get use to it
ArticFoxPT Mapper
ArticFoxPT Mapper - Day ago
@Uganda Knuckles *A LITTLE BIT OF MONIKA*
ArticFoxPT Mapper
ArticFoxPT Mapper - Day ago
@Uganda Knuckles *A LITTLE BIT OF MONIKA*
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 6 days ago
A little of what?
The Asian Monarch
The Asian Monarch - 6 days ago
Anyone here looking for angry anti-vaxxers who will probably tell us Jesus wasn't vaccinated?
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 4 days ago
merch mad if bill and melinda were alive thousands of years ago
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Jesus didn’t exist but if he did bill and Melinda would’ve found a way to vaccinate him
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 6 days ago
I found a karen that claims to have a degree and yet tells me to google myself what happened in africa and india regarding bill gates.
Frost Fire
Frost Fire - 6 days ago
I would never dare vaccinate my child!
I would have a doctor do it.
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Frost Fire haha that’s funny, especially as they (by law) won’t be liable for anything if your child does get fukd up, gotta love doctors
GregLIKEWHOA
GregLIKEWHOA - 6 days ago
Pro vaccine, so not dissing them. Also, certainly not a medical professional. But hasn’t there been studies about mass mixing of vaccines? Like issues linked to kids who get multiple vaccines at once?
Maya Inal
Maya Inal - 3 days ago
@Uganda Knuckles merch mad's a troll. he has a hell lotta comments, some are pro-vax, some are anti-vax
Uganda Knuckles
Uganda Knuckles - 4 days ago
merch mad dude are you a troll or just stupid?
merch mad
merch mad - 4 days ago
Yeh makes sense, I mean all those drugs mixed up is only good when your in ur 20’s and looking to have a good night out
Vary Olla
Vary Olla - 5 days ago
Yes there are = and they show that mixing vaccines does not in any fashion impair their efficacy. Also coincidentally a child from the moment it is born is subject to exposure to a host of different organisms at any given time. Infectious organisms do not politely attack you "one at a time". lol! Rather your immune system at this moment is probably keeping multiple organisms in check as you are colonized having been exposed to many different ones in your lifetime. Moral of the story: so children are vaccinated based upon relative risk. In other words vaccine schedules are created based upon risk of exposure and the science behind vaccine efficacy. As an example. Rotavirus poses the greatest risk to an infant during its first year of life as it can become seriously dehydrated necessitating hospitalization. If a 3 year old however gets Rotavirus then they may only end up with a tummy ache for a few days. So administering Rotavirus vaccine at birth is important as that is when the child is at risk. The Measles vaccine however does not reliably elicit immunity when given earlier than 9 months. As such it is typically given at 12 months and older as that is when the studies show it works the best. Now an infant younger than 12 months can certainly contract Measles if exposed. As such prior to that time it relies upon the cumulative herd immunity created by others who were vaccinated to help reduce that chance of exposure. So science dictates who gets what and when and administering multiple vaccines - which contain weakened versions of organisms or else pieces of them = concurrently still poses less risk compared to the actual full-blown illnesses the vaccines prevent. Have a nice day.
Gabriel Gimme Chanel
Gabriel Gimme Chanel - 6 days ago
imagine getting secretly vaccinated on anti vaccine society
Gabriel Gimme Chanel
Gabriel Gimme Chanel - 6 days ago
karens will use this agiants scientist :/
Victoria the green cheek conure
Oh bo hoo your child can’t eat nuts anymore how teribal
Josef Franz Dayot
Josef Franz Dayot - 5 days ago
how immature of me to laugh at eating nuts but i laugh anyways
Dani c:
Dani c: - 6 days ago
Terrible *
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