A Matter of Gravity

“A Matter of Gravity” is Part II of a three-part series. In Part I, “The Elephant on the Moon,” we saw that in the world of science, if one sets out to prove a hypothesis, one risks proving a fallacy and creating pseudo science rather than reliable science. The syndrome called “shaken baby syndrome” or “SBS” is based on faulty assumptions that, in the past half century, many set out to prove, but few set out to test. While shaking may cause injury to a child’s brain stem, cranio-cervical junction and upper cervical cord, it has now been falsified as a mechanism of causing intracranial bleeding above the convexities of the brain and to other areas of the brain.

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