Good for a giggle on a Sunday afternoon: The cause of autism explained

John Le Sainte apparently has a rather inflated view of himself. You see, he seems to think that he’s the heir to Nostradamus. Ever worth a giggle on a Sunday afternoon (or any other time, for that matter), he seems to think that, channeling Nostradamus in some fashion, he’s predicted what will be discovered to be the cause of autism:

I have had over 30 e-mails requesting if I had seen into the future and discovered why Autism is becoming epidemic now. Yes, I have. This is what I know from the visions as guided by my guardian and teacher Nostradamus.

An interesting fact will become known in the future. A great many people born in the world today are “Chimera Persons”. To be a chimera means that when you were conceived, Two eggs were fertilized that stuck together before being implanted in the uterus wall of the mother. These cells did not create a set of fraternal twins, but rather a single person with two distinct DNA sets depending upon the location of the cells within the body.

From this, Le Sainte concludes:

Many children with Autism will be determined to possess more than one DNA profile, sometimes as many as 4 different DNA sets, causing the birth of an autistic child. Autism is becoming more common as Meat production has shifted to Hormone laden processes, encouraging the release of Multiple “Sticky” Eggs, contributing to the birth of autistic Children. Some woman being much more susceptible to the hormones causing Sticky eggs thus leading to increased birth of autistic children within the same families. Not all autism will be determined to be caused by this factor, but it will be a substantial percentage.

Not all chimera People will be autistic, but many Autistic people will be determined to be Chimeras. Often the secondary DNA that causes the autism will be located mostly within the brain and nervous tissue.

I’m tellin’ ya, ya just can’t make stuff like this up (although apparently John Le Sainte can). The sad thing is, this actually sounds more plausible to me than a lot of explanations for autism promulgated by the biomedical crowd. The other sad thing is that I’ve spent so much time delving into woo that I’m not entirely sure if this is meant as satire or not. I’d like to think it is, but fear that it isn’t.