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


  1. Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell

    Kurzgesagt – In a NutshellIl y a 10 jours

    Dive into sources and further reading here: 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.

  2. Jarley

    JarleyIl y a 7 jours

    Kurzgesagt - In a Nutshell you forgot one thing that vaccines cause: adult hood I don’t want that happening to my children

  3. GodmanBG

    GodmanBGIl y a 7 jours

    It would be nice if you had touched upon, or at least mentioned that we vaccinate against a multitude of other diseases besides measles.

  4. Austin Yang

    Austin YangIl y a 7 jours

    Kurzgesagt - In a Nutshell The only person to actually have sources in the entire comment section.

  5. BrettC11B

    BrettC11BIl y a 7 jours

    +Rox Paid people or bots, the lot of these post aren't even real people. 0 subs.

  6. Mercury Chan

    Mercury ChanIl y a 26 minutes

    "but feelings are often immune to facts." and that is the saddest fact of all......

  7. hallo hi

    hallo hiIl y a 31 minute

    cant we transver memorie cells to childern ?

  8. Mercury Chan

    Mercury ChanIl y a 33 minutes


  9. Liam Troncalli

    Liam TroncalliIl y a 38 minutes

    Do anti-vax parents know that Autism is a genetically received disease? Like, its not like a 40 year old man is gonna be ok his entire life, BUT as soon as he gets his Measles vaccine he gets Autism. How retarded do you have to be?

  10. ExoticFireGirl

    ExoticFireGirlIl y a 47 minutes

    I really love how easy to understand yet scientifically correct the videos are. Really digging the comic book style and the humor too.

  11. Kris.

    Kris.Il y a 57 minutes

    "really bad time for 2 weeks" Sans: *_Did i hear bad time?_*

  12. Dzoni

    DzoniIl y a 58 minutes

    It's not the vaccines that cause autism... it's the anti-vax movement.

  13. Shay Sharawara

    Shay SharawaraIl y a 2 heures

    I'm a live and not doing flue shot s no more . Not in 15 yrs .

  14. Jessie Colt Goines

    Jessie Colt GoinesIl y a 2 heures

    I would rather my child get measles than receive the MMR vaccine. There have been no measles related deaths in the U.S. in 10+ years while the MMR vaccine has claimed more than 178 lives in the same amount of time. The measles death rate is only 1 in 10000 just as it was before the MMR vaccine was even on the market.

  15. tatt oo sticker

    tatt oo stickerIl y a 2 heures

    a child with autism by not vaccinating them. That's fucked up in many ways and an insult to kids actually living with autism because you're implying they're as bad as it gets

  16. ShredderX32

    ShredderX32Il y a 2 heures

    It's funny to think of all of the anti-vaccinate people that clicked on the video and got really dissipointed.

  17. Krzysiek

    KrzysiekIl y a 2 heures

    3:31 WawawWAIT! WHY? Did you just plan to slip that through? Why we need more vaccines, does it evolve so much that it is completely different from the memory? How the memory works on the strong-from-weakened-cousin then?

  18. Håkon Schulstad

    Håkon SchulstadIl y a 2 heures

    Thank you so much for making these videos.

  19. Tainted Strike

    Tainted StrikeIl y a 3 heures

    thank you

  20. HenrikPiano

    HenrikPianoIl y a 3 heures

    Thank you for talking in the listening part in our ZAP in Germany! Great job!

  21. StrongRuler

    StrongRulerIl y a 3 heures

    Vaccines aren’t always harmless, but there’s a treatment for most side effects, right?

  22. TentacleOne

    TentacleOneIl y a 4 heures

    Everybody needs to see this. Thank you for educating the unwashed masses!

  23. Jm56Z

    Jm56ZIl y a 4 heures

    3:11 : god damnit, I don't want to harm that little boi !

  24. james skelly

    james skellyIl y a 4 heures

    It's sad that there a kids with autism whose parents are too busy trying to find something to blame for a unfortunate situation and not accepting facts rather then giving their full attention to loving their child

  25. Master_gamer22344

    Master_gamer22344Il y a 4 heures

    Also known as anti vaxxers

  26. TheOfficeChair

    TheOfficeChairIl y a 4 heures

    Please make a 5g video similar to this video.

  27. ghjoshman99

    ghjoshman99Il y a 5 heures

    I desperately tried to find anti vax comments but couldn't. If a cool pal wants to copy and paste what they find and put them here I would appreciate it very much

  28. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 6 heures

    It’s likely that forced/mandated vaccination actually results in lower vaccine coverage. When people are given accurate information they almost always choose to vaccinate. The biggest problem I see is that here are a bunch of fairly unrestricted loons spreading misinformation about vaccines to undermine medicine and drum up business for their fake-ass “natural health” miracle cures/products/therapies/books/dvds.

  29. Elmar Kitos

    Elmar KitosIl y a 6 heures


  30. doot

    dootIl y a 7 heures

    honestly i respect anti-vaxx parents, when their kid finally dies they can just say "it was lies told to me by the internet"

  31. Ajay Malolan

    Ajay MalolanIl y a 7 heures

    Great video

  32. Cosmosit

    CosmositIl y a 7 heures

    I'm gonna send this video to all anti vaxxers I know and meet

  33. LeoTheArtist

    LeoTheArtistIl y a 7 heures

    Even tho I do support this stuff its just the fact that I have a vary bad phobia of needles...

  34. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    Death or landing in a wheelchair thanks to polio is worse

  35. Iodic Acid

    Iodic AcidIl y a 7 heures

    Another thing i never understood about anti vaxxers is even if let's say hypothetically vaccines cause autism, you're basically saying that you'd rather have a dead child than have a child with autism by not vaccinating them. That's fucked up in many ways and an insult to kids actually living with autism because you're implying they're as bad as it gets

  36. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 6 heures

    Iodic Acid no they are not saying they’d rather have a dead kid. That’s absurd. They’re saying the if the risk of autism from the vaccine is high and the risk of harm from the disease is low, they’d rather go with the lower risk. Luckily vaccines don’t cause autism.

  37. Standing With The Band

    Standing With The BandIl y a 7 heures

    Another important fact tossed in with my own story of me not getting vaxxed. In high school, students needed two vaccinations or have parents sign forms stating the kids weren’t being vaccinated for whatever reason. I was going through a very rough latch with my depression, anxiety, and other serious topics I won’t get into. The meningitis vaccine has behavioral issues and/or changes listed as a side effect. My mother didn’t want me to worsen due to my mental state and decided we would get it at a later date when I was more stable. When I went in to get the other vaccination, however, the doctor asked why we weren’t doing both and we explained. He let us know that anytime someone has a reported side effect that it gets listed. Even if the side effect isn’t actually a side effect of the vaccine or even if it is just one person. I has to be included. This goes for all vaccines, over the counter medications, and prescription medications. These behavioral changes might have stemmed from a kid having undiagnosed ADHD, having a hard time in school and being extra stressed, literally anything. He didn’t specify that but did assure us that a lot of the side effects aren’t actual side effects and are usually just reports from parents and have to be listed anyway. So we got it that day, too. And no, I didn’t get worse at all. Instead, I’m not passing around meningitis! When looking at side effects of anything, take it with a grain of a salt. Sometimes our brains will also make us feel like we are experiencing side effects when we really aren’t, almost like a placebo effect. Whatever side effects are real and most common, the doctor should inform you or will inform you if you ask. For new medications, my doctor let me know which side effects were most common, which is almost definitely will get, for how long, and what to look for if it’s bad. Were there more listed? Yes, but there’s a possibility that they aren’t actual side effects and just people worrying or giving the wrong attributes to things in the medical field.

  38. Janglenutter

    JanglenutterIl y a 7 heures

    My son spent four days in the hospital with a reaction from vaccines. He's fine now, but don't ever let anyone say they're totally harmless.

  39. Janglenutter

    JanglenutterIl y a 3 heures

    +eeeaten I never said it wasn't. I said never let anyone tell you vaccines are totally harmless, because they aren't.

  40. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 4 heures

    Janglenutter you realise though, that a rash and fever is a common symptom of measles. Getting vaccinated is a much better option than not getting vaccinated.

  41. Janglenutter

    JanglenutterIl y a 5 heures

    +Safia's Useless Acc. It's common enough that both agencies list them as common side effects.

  42. Safia's Useless Acc.

    Safia's Useless Acc.Il y a 6 heures

    Janglenutter doesn't mean other people will have this reaction.

  43. Janglenutter

    JanglenutterIl y a 6 heures

    +eeeaten He was hospitalized with a high fever, rash and loss of appetite. Which is according to the CDC and UK national health service, a common set of side effects to the MMR vaccine.

  44. Mijuna Blue

    Mijuna BlueIl y a 7 heures

    This needs more recognition

  45. Just a Random Gamer

    Just a Random GamerIl y a 8 heures

    Who else just came to see the war in the comments xD don’t worry tho I watched the video cause I came here for that too lol

  46. Sean Costello

    Sean CostelloIl y a 9 heures

    [ Karen disliked that. ]

  47. Alektorophobic Carrot

    Alektorophobic CarrotIl y a 9 heures

    Me when I see another of my favorite informational channels might be anti-vax: Ah shit, here we go again

  48. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 6 heures

    Alektorophobic Carrot another? What?

  49. Lenfi X

    Lenfi XIl y a 9 heures

    That GTA reference tho 👌

  50. ZacZattack

    ZacZattackIl y a 9 heures

    I'm going to quote Soot house here. "What I'm saying is that the Black Death disappeared in Europe with out vaccines" "...." ".." "Along with 1/3rd of the population"

  51. Stephen Stumpf

    Stephen StumpfIl y a 9 heures

    Finally, common sense!

  52. Strawberry Pupper

    Strawberry PupperIl y a 9 heures

    Oh look the dislike count, everyone look, a viral infection happening right before our eyes. Watch as moms spread a deadly virus making numbers like this.

  53. Strawberry Pupper

    Strawberry PupperIl y a 9 heures

    Anti Vaxxers are the most dumb people ever, letting their immediate fears for their child overcome the potential dangers that lie ahead for that child. They become delusional believing that anything fake and not made directly from the earth is toxic, even if the body needs it. Other children are impacted by idiot parents that eat wild anti-vax tales like a cow to grass, or better yet, a sheep. These sheeple eat the anti-vax stories and get infected with the deadly AVV, or Anti-Vax Virus, and harm those around them by spreading the illness to anyone else who doesn't have the proper immune system to fight off lies. Those infected will blindly let their kid face a viral world, alone, on the hope and prayer that the "facts" they read on the internet will protect their child. What's worse, true pro anti-vaxxers are completely heartless, believing that if their child is autistic, that is wrong, they are imperfect. They will face the high risks of disease and death, both of which being expensive and horrific events for a child way too young to understand, they will choose all this, over having an autistic child. That's horrifying that they can throw their love away. As a person on the spectrum, albeit on the more functioning side, I can attest that autism is not at all, not ever going to be such a big issue that overpowers a parent's love. And this is all assuming vaccines cause autism!! Playing devil's advocate! Drawing conclusions on false facts and suspicions. If you've vaccinated your child, or plan to, pat yourself on the back, because you've saved their life, you've proven that love is without fear and doubt.

  54. Fitnessgram Pacertest

    Fitnessgram PacertestIl y a 9 heures


  55. Waldemar Perez Jr

    Waldemar Perez JrIl y a 9 heures

    What do you say to people who work in the medical field but who are also anti-vax?

  56. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 6 heures

    Waldemar Perez Jr that their “medical field” of homeopathy or chiropractic isn’t actually medicine?

  57. Fresh Pixelated Memes

    Fresh Pixelated MemesIl y a 9 heures

    "You're fired"

  58. Black Fang

    Black FangIl y a 10 heures

    Only times I get sick is after vaccines

  59. Black Fang

    Black FangIl y a 31 minute

    +eeeaten either way I'm not going to get a damn shot just because some people want to force I already said I will on my own time schedule when it's empty

  60. Black Fang

    Black FangIl y a 34 minutes

    +Safia's Useless Acc. idk the Doctor says it was for the flu

  61. Black Fang

    Black FangIl y a 35 minutes

    +eeeaten are y'all two stupid I clearly said I get sick *AFTER* the damn shots people that are fucking gullible around others and have weak immune systems be the main ones getting sick

  62. Fresh Pixelated Memes

    Fresh Pixelated MemesIl y a 3 heures

    Flu shots can't give you the flu because unlike other vaccines they don't actually have a live virus

  63. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 4 heures

    Black Fang the facts are: getting a flu shot halves your chances of getting the flu; you can’t get the flu from a flu shot. If you don’t accept these facts you’re making decisions based on faulty information.

  64. Theconmicbud

    TheconmicbudIl y a 10 heures

    Vaccines should be a law

  65. Space

    SpaceIl y a 8 heures

    the problem is people do have a right, so its on them to vax!

  66. Manoj ji

    Manoj jiIl y a 10 heures

    vaccines are meant to lower the chances of getting a disease, but not 100%. anyone could still get it. its not vaccines that cause autism, its the mylin sheath process that occurs in a cellular structure and disintegrates it. sometimes you could have it in your system for life because of memory cells. but remember this...a fully alkaline state of body diet will always have strong defense against diseases and cancers as well.

  67. Cpapa18

    Cpapa18Il y a 10 heures

    I once had a girlfriend who only ate lettuce for 6 months and tried to convince me, a doctor, that I should do the same. When I told her she would get massively sick she laughed in my face. After we broke up she dissapeared for 6 months and finally called me up one day to tell me she collapsed and almost died one day, having to spend 6 months in the hospital to recover, where all the doctors there told her the exact same thing I did, that she's not a rabbit and she can't survive on lettuce and carrots alone. She then went on to blame me for not taking better care of her when I knew what would happen. This is the exact same thing that is happening with anti-vaccine parents. They are told their children will get massively sick and die, and when they do, they blame the doctors. I have no words anymore for what is happening. It's truly sad. Don't be idiots, and don't abuse your kids. Vaccinate. For the love of God stop listening to hippie blog posts and listen to DOCTORS who deal in facts, SCIENCE, and experience. VACCINATE.

  68. Kayla A. Stephen

    Kayla A. StephenIl y a 11 heures

    I mean, when we didn't have vaccines available we almost wiped out the entirety of the native population with small pox. It was a military tactic for gods sake! Small pox blankets! Funnily enough that was also the first disease to have a vaccine be invented. They used cow pox to defeat small pox which was a less deadly and contagious infection that killed off the disease. Its only side effect was lesions.

  69. Cat

    CatIl y a 11 heures

    My neighbor legit vaccinated their pets but not their kids.

  70. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    Pretty obvious which one they want to keep

  71. panggop jio

    panggop jioIl y a 11 heures

    Saying vaccines cause autism is like saying video games cause violence

  72. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    Clearly you have never played Mario Kart

  73. Lepel

    LepelIl y a 11 heures

    Hey guys. This is not funny, delete this now, or my lawyer will be contacted.

  74. Evèłýň ERROR

    Evèłýň ERRORIl y a 11 heures

    No one: Kurzgesagt: 20.000 KIDS WILL DIE FROM MEASLES! Edit:300.000 KIDS WILL DIE RITGHT NOW!

  75. pokegamer 300

    pokegamer 300Il y a 11 heures

    Fuck all AntiVaxxers They are Biological Terrorists who endanger everyone with Viruses and Diseases they are a Threat To Society who endanger our Children

  76. lily lam

    lily lamIl y a 11 heures

    There was an outbreak of measles where I live a while back, my friends and I really dipped on Anti-vaxxers.

  77. Elizabeth Petrick

    Elizabeth PetrickIl y a 11 heures

    Well, I must have a lot of memory cells or sometin Edit: I have cuts and scars of those cuts, like one that will *_ALWAYS_* be with me

  78. Andre Johnson

    Andre JohnsonIl y a 12 heures

    I’m a proud antivaxxer with 3 healthy, beautiful children.

  79. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 4 heures

    +Normal Player yea trying to lure some polio their way

  80. Normal Player

    Normal PlayerIl y a 5 heures

    Is this some kind of bait?

  81. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    3 2 1 Oh damn

  82. andrefaaa

    andrefaaaIl y a 7 heures

    proud of what? of being dumb?

  83. Fresh Pixelated Memes

    Fresh Pixelated MemesIl y a 9 heures

    Make that 2 healthy children come next week

  84. Mrs pancake

    Mrs pancakeIl y a 12 heures

    When the anti vax kid bullies you and you see a rusty nail on the ground...

  85. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    *_Improvise. Adapt. Overcome_*

  86. that's not me fellas

    that's not me fellasIl y a 12 heures

    great video!

  87. 8000 cats

    8000 catsIl y a 12 heures

    Sad thing is, I’ve me anti-vaxxers and they literally don’t care about the truth. I’ve explained how there’s no link to autism “that’s ur opinion”, I’ve explained that the likelihood of it causing harm is extremely low “but they have mercury”, I’ve even explained that by refusing to vaccinate they are literally killing children, the elderly, and those who are too sick to get vaccines. Their reaction? They always ignore those words. Literally no reaction. They just continue rambling about essential oils, not acknowledging that every time they go in public, there’s a chance they’re directly responsible for killing someone, ruining the lives of them and their loved ones. They’re monsters.

  88. that's not me fellas

    that's not me fellasIl y a 13 heures

    so many memes lol

  89. Shibha Alam

    Shibha AlamIl y a 13 heures

    The IQ of anti-vaxx mums' is lower than the life expectancy of their children

  90. Morgster

    MorgsterIl y a 13 heures

    These animations continue to impress me🤦‍♂️

  91. Joseph Pentony

    Joseph PentonyIl y a 13 heures

    VACCINATE your f***ing kids. Or else natural selection will occur.

  92. fraudiepie

    fraudiepieIl y a 14 heures

    Karen : I’ll never vaxx A year later Karen: RIP Timmy 2014-19 Literally everyone: just vaxx Karen: no it’s just a coincidence Literally everyone: *face palms*

  93. AireDrew _

    AireDrew _Il y a 14 heures

    My sister and mom recently went anti-vax, thank Christ this happened later and not earlier in my life so I already have my vaccines and a strong immune system 👍

  94. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures

    +Vox3l-Gl1tch yeaaaaa i agree

  95. Vox3l-Gl1tch

    Vox3l-Gl1tchIl y a 13 heures

    I recommend not communicating with them anymore.

  96. [insert first name] [insert surname]

    [insert first name] [insert surname]Il y a 14 heures


  97. Zengn Draws

    Zengn DrawsIl y a 15 heures

    Well, you can’t win an argument with an idiot, so good luck beating the anti-vaxxers...

  98. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    It's like playing chess with a pigeon. It will knock down the pieces, crap on the board and walk around like it's still winning the game

  99. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures

    Yeah. Dont argue with an Idiot. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.

  100. c0ast

    c0astIl y a 15 heures

    Vaccines are mirco-transaction

  101. TheMarioManiac

    TheMarioManiacIl y a 15 heures

    Saying vaccines cause autism is like saying video games cause violence

  102. AlexBlackFire

    AlexBlackFireIl y a 15 heures

    Not very educational because all he did was talk about ONE disease. Measles. You are aware that kids are usually getting 100 vaccinations and they get more and more as they get older for monthly checkups? Let's just go ahead and multiply that number by ONE vaccination he talked about. Oh look at that, the numbers went from 1 million to 100 million... This video is honestly a joke. Excited to see some mad little kids come at me with little facts they found off the internet. Come at me.

  103. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    +Some Random Guy Not a doctor obviously

  104. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 6 heures

    Think the kids are getting too many vaccines? which diseases shouldn’t we protect them from?

  105. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures

    "Facts they found off the internet" where did you get your facts? Sone dude in an alley?

  106. lyrehc the bran man

    lyrehc the bran manIl y a 13 heures

    +Vox3l-Gl1tch _involuntary manslaughter time_

  107. Vox3l-Gl1tch

    Vox3l-Gl1tchIl y a 13 heures

    +Artful Nihilism Nah, his mom took away his FRreporter account because she saw him watching this video.

  108. Lady Emery Draven

    Lady Emery DravenIl y a 15 heures

    I am not an anti-vaccer. However, there are some unnecessary vaccines that people are being told ( and and some places forced ) to give to their children. There are also some negatives that are not considered in this video, including increased population over natural amounts. As well as vaccines, we should also be promoting the idea of less children, as part of the reason for having more than two children per couple is because of child death rates. Also these things we are vaccinating against, if they do not actually get killed off, but instead effectively killed off ( as the case with measles) they can learn to defeat the antibodies. Creating the necessity for a new vaccine for the same old problem. That being said it should not be something someone has no choice but to do under penalty of law. To take someone's choice to vaccinate or not is to take away someone's choice. And as everyone knows choice is a freedom. Please note my children's vaccines are up-to-date.

  109. eeeaten

    eeeatenIl y a 6 heures

    Lady Emery Draven I really don’t understand what your problem is. Vaccines are a part of the solution for overpopulation - better healthcare (including vaccines) reduces child mortality which leads to a less children being born. Measles vaccination will (unless the antivax nuts have their way) soon eradicate measles from the world, so no one will ever need to be vaccinated for it again.

  110. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures

    True freedom is doing good for others.

  111. Vox3l-Gl1tch

    Vox3l-Gl1tchIl y a 13 heures

    Fuck your freedom. When it has to do with the actual life of a person, you can't choose if you want to protect them from a disease or not.

  112. Ian Erickson

    Ian EricksonIl y a 15 heures

    Vaccines cause autism Because antivaxx children die before they can get autism

  113. Ian Erickson

    Ian EricksonIl y a 3 minutes

    +Mystic ArceusThis whole post was a JOKe

  114. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures

    They had us in the First half, not gonna lie

  115. Mystic Arceus

    Mystic ArceusIl y a 12 heures

    They die before they start showing signs because, of course, they were born with it. Vaccinate your fucking children, Karen.

  116. FDN

    FDNIl y a 15 heures

    That MCU reference.

  117. Desu_troyer

    Desu_troyerIl y a 15 heures

    hurr paid by BigPharma durr

  118. Richard Benz

    Richard BenzIl y a 16 heures

    Thanks to all the anti-vaxxer IDIOTS and conspiracy theory morons, measles epidemics are now a reality again. Way to go, you ignorant fools.

  119. TRITZ005

    TRITZ005Il y a 16 heures

    Actually Vaccines cause very harmful side affects

  120. Vox3l-Gl1tch

    Vox3l-Gl1tchIl y a 13 heures

    +TRITZ005 If you're going to make a joke, at least try to make one.

  121. TRITZ005

    TRITZ005Il y a 15 heures

    I don’t actually think that just to lazy to put “staying alive” at the end

  122. Tautologist

    TautologistIl y a 15 heures

    Very harmful side effects are extremely rare. Vaccines frequently cause insignificant side effects that can be attributed to your immune system getting trained by the weakened disease, but those side effects are exponentially less serious than the real disease. Measles, on the other hand, causes way more harmful side effects than any vaccine.



    Aaaaand then you remember child murderers will not even watch first 30 seconds.

  124. DragonNess

    DragonNessIl y a 16 heures

    im not an anti vax person i even highly encourage people to vax but i had this one fax but im afraid of needles i cant stand some metal thing or whatever the needle is made of entering my body and injecting things into my body it makes makes me feel weird and usualy i do take the vaccines but then the vaccine against sorry i cant rember wich but i haven't had a needle injected into my body for a long time and i just freaked out of being scared and without thinking the minute before getting the vaccine i freaked out and didn't took it now i already feel guilty for risking my own saftey just because i couldn't calm my self but then 9:09 and now i feel even more quilty im gonna ask my parrents if im still the right age to get it but i really dont want to but i really should

  125. Nirwana

    NirwanaIl y a 16 heures

    Imagine disliking this video and be a total piece of shit.

  126. Brandon Diaz

    Brandon DiazIl y a 16 heures

    This is fucking why I don’t have any children. Just don’t fucking have them in general. Problem, there isn’t one.

  127. Francklyn

    FrancklynIl y a 6 heures

    Well antivaxx parents want the same as you, they just realize that too late

  128. Reed Boucher

    Reed BoucherIl y a 16 heures

    Aren't you the guy who did the videos for the Royal Tyrell Museum?

  129. Matthew Molson

    Matthew MolsonIl y a 17 heures

    Wonderful video, it was a pleasant experience and interesting to learn from. It wasn’t biased and felt comforting in correcting wrong behaviour that most anti-vaxer’s would experience. I.e, little brain syndrome

  130. Virgin1008

    Virgin1008Il y a 17 heures

    Memory cells are like battle-hardend war veterans and Sergeants.

  131. Brain Dead

    Brain DeadIl y a 18 heures

    Anti vaccer logic; You’re in a swimming pool The smart people put life jackets on their kid so they can learn to swim and stay safe The anti vaccers just let their kid go in the pool so they can learn to swim. They think that life jackets can suffocate kids or they can be allergic to the material. There’s a very small chance they might be but theres never been a case of a kid being suffocated by one Luckily there’s a lot of kids with life jackets so they hold up the unvaccinated kids They could literally be unable to drown yet they decide not to because of fake news If they go to a poorer area where they can’t access a life jacket the kid from the rich area will splash too much since they can swim without the support of others The waves were calm until the kid came This will cause them to drown since they can’t swim After hundreds of years this one kid with stupid parents made the waves violent again and they will cause others to splash around, creating a cycle Hope that makes sense

  132. John Blatzheim

    John BlatzheimIl y a 18 heures

    Great video! However, I think it would benefit from something that a few other Kurzgesagt's videos might also be enriched by, particularly ones like this and the most recent EU video which, I presume, are meant to serve a sort of public service role by educating folks on a topic of current debate--more engagement with the humanities and social sciences. (I know, you all already put in SO much work! And areas outside of the "hard" sciences might seem beyond the scope of what you're doing, but I do think there are cases where it is really important for a full understanding). Here specifically it is important to consider the difference between a negative effect resulting from innaction and one from action. People, at least in westernized cultures, seem feel very differently about these. There are three fields of study that might help elucidate the issue--philosophy, psychology and cultural anthropology. The first is useful for considering how ethicists--again, primarily in the west--have actually dealt with this quandary. These are people who have spent a lot of time developing normative responses to the issues--that is, what an ethical approach *ought* to be when weighing the costs of inaction versus that of action. Psychology, on the other hand, can shed light on how and why people have the affective responses that they do. It might also offer insight into how we might overcome any cognitive and affective bias against taking risky action, even when the risk of inaction is vastly more serious. Lastly cultural anthropology--and as an anthropologist I might be a bit biased here!--can serve as a good reminder that neither normative ethical claims or psychological processes are as universal as we might like to think. It helps us understand the cultural values systems that inform both the kinds of ethical systems that philosophers develop and how our psychological reactions are shaped by out sociocultural contexts. Admittedly, each can also raise some thorny issues for the prospects of educating anyone already invested in anti-vaxxer conspiracies. Philosophy, at least in its more positivist and universalistic modes, can smuggle in the very normative value systems that may need to be challenged in order to effectively confront these conspiracies. On the flip side there are ethicists--and I would include myself in this group--grounded in the dreaded feminist and postmodern traditions who outright any universalistic truth claims, instead emphasizing particularity and contingency. This has its own difficulties--namely, how do you make normative claims about what we ought to do in the absence of universally applicable value systems? Psychology can undercut the very purpose of educating people when it suggests that they aren't inherently rational and thus are unlikely to be persuaded by logical reasoning. And anthropology is often reluctant to make normative claims, preferring instead a relativist approach that tries to understand the cultural underpinnings of a society's ethical thought rather than passing judgement. All that said, I think they offer two strengths. For one, they enrich our understanding of the issue. I enjoy these videos regardless of whether they might convince anyone already resistant to their thesis. Their value can reside simply in enriching the viewer, even if they likely already agree with premise and only want a deeper understanding. Second, they can point to possible systemic responses. While we might not be able to overcome the cognitive and affective biases of those already committed to the anti-vaxxer cause, we can try to deal with the systemic factors that lead to such conspiracy theories in the first place. This is often more difficult than giving all the facts and scientific research to your goofy uncle, but I think it's worth it, especially because these systemic issues often have a number of other negative effects. Anyways, sorry of the long winded comment! I just can't help but rep by own favorite mode of inquiry :-p

  133. brunocerny

    brunocernyIl y a 18 heures

    i am an antivaxer and not because i think vaccines dont work. i know they do. i understand the process and i believe its well thought off and works to protect the body.. what i dont believe is the manufacturers. i think vaccines nowadays have a different formula/quality and ingredients as 20-30 years ago. i believe they put shittier chemicals . things that may cause the autism. or make you sick from other things in life, so you have to buy other drugs/medicine that they make. after all, how do you know? there can be only few molecules or micro-grams of something which can do a lot of harm to your body(especially to a small baby body). i dont trust them , sorry. they are very rich companies and they can pay any lab to say the vaccines are pure/not harmful. they are huge pharma companies that are richer then many countries. im sorry, but today same way as food is not same quality as before - full of chemicals, preservatives, not grown on sun- and usually controlled/manufactured by the same companies (mosanto, bayer , PG etc..). this companies work for profit and they dont give a shit about your health, believe me that. and the skeptic people around here making jokes, how old are you? do you remember food from 20 years ago? i bet you dont...if you tasted real nice sun grown food , meat from cows and chicken from outside, on a nice farm eating grass... not what you eat today... then we wonder why the whole society is sick both in body and mind... "if you tolerate this, then your children will be next " - look it up

  134. Tautologist

    TautologistIl y a 15 heures

    Vaccine products today are MUCH safer and effective than they were 20-30 years ago. I'm surprised you would think the opposite of this, since back then they used thimerosol as a preservative, and while it hasn't been shown that it was harmful at all, I know what anti-vaxxers think of that stuff. Also, vaccines don't cause autism. There has been absolutely zero evidence that's true. Speaking of food, you get FAR more "shittier chemicals" from your daily intake of food than from vaccines, and that even includes "real nice sun grown food". If you're concerned with the amount of aluminum, mercury, etc in vaccines, why are you not concerned with the massively higher amounts in everything we eat and the amount we absorb from the environment? I'm not going to make any jokes, and I don't know what age has to do anything, but I'm certainly old enough to recognize that even the healthiest of diets is not sufficient to protect yourself from the nightmare diseases that vaccines prevent.

  135. likira111

    likira111Il y a 17 heures

    Then that would be an America centric conspiracy. Most places you won't have to pay to get vaccinated.

  136. John Thomas

    John ThomasIl y a 18 heures

    Ok genius glad to see you definitely lack a lot of knowledge

  137. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures

    He ACTUALLY put factual evidence and credible sources AND a logical argument. But you guys are going to say some crap you found on an idiots's facebook post, so I wont bother.

  138. Dunno What to put here

    Dunno What to put hereIl y a 14 heures

    Sorry, facts don’t care about your feelings. Where is the proof that he lacks knowledge or is on the wrong side of the argument? P.S work on your grammar.

  139. likira111

    likira111Il y a 17 heures

    Found the emotion user.

  140. John Thomas

    John ThomasIl y a 18 heures

    My point is your stupid or your being payed to be obnoxious

  141. andrefaaa

    andrefaaaIl y a 7 heures

    nice education moron

  142. Sean Costello

    Sean CostelloIl y a 8 heures

    He has no proof or evidence backing up his claim, this video backed him into a corner throwing him into emotional turmoil so in a last ditch effort to throw out all his insecurity and humiliation, he lashed out with only insults. Typical behavior of a person who lost an argument on the internet.

  143. Fresh Pixelated Memes

    Fresh Pixelated MemesIl y a 9 heures

    Unfortunately, nobody cares about your point because you haven't provided any evidence and we're all fairly convinced you are not a doctor.

  144. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures

    John Thomas no u. What is your evidence? We have DECADES of evidence from MULTIPLE reliavle sources. And if you say things like "ThE wHo Is LyInG" then, who can you trust? Essential oils? You wanna take reliable information and research or some crap you found at a beauty store?

  145. Vox3l-Gl1tch

    Vox3l-Gl1tchIl y a 13 heures

    +Redditor Reddit *Curb your Enthusiasm theme plays*

  146. Arthur Vas

    Arthur VasIl y a 18 heures

    Thank you to try keep people informed in a very rational way without falling in the trap of overreaction and personal feelings! I do really love every single one of your videos !

  147. Tuoff

    TuoffIl y a 18 heures

    I think the anti-vaxx bs stems from a total loss of faith in the institutions of the status quo. It's a side effect of mistreatment and neglect of the common man.

  148. Tuoff

    TuoffIl y a 11 heures

    +Lucien Richardson That too

  149. Lucien Richardson

    Lucien RichardsonIl y a 14 heures

    Or just facebook moms believing that they're the smartest people in the world?

  150. MrPaul84279

    MrPaul84279Il y a 18 heures

    Thank you so much for this video. It easily explains the basic concept and easily the risks of non vacation

  151. ur mom gay

    ur mom gayIl y a 19 heures

    I'm not putting antivirus software on my computer because it could be a scam

  152. Some Random Guy

    Some Random GuyIl y a 11 heures


  153. Ocarinaot 4

    Ocarinaot 4Il y a 19 heures

    4.4 million views in a week. Impressive. Good on you for using the power of having an audience wisely

  154. Ray Grenade

    Ray GrenadeIl y a 19 heures

    also, anti vaxxers do not care about facts. i commented on a page educating them (they told me to do research "sheep"), and got blocked instantly

  155. Tuoff

    TuoffIl y a 19 heures

    Me and all my siblings have matching scars from when we got vaccinated against swine flu as kids; the injection point became infected and there was a terrible wound with tons of pus and it left a nasty scar.

  156. Sean Costello

    Sean CostelloIl y a 8 heures

    You my friend got extremely unlucky

  157. Tuoff

    TuoffIl y a 11 heures

    +Vox3l-Gl1tch Pretty sure they didn't use the same needle three times and i'm pretty sure it was a state sanctioned vaccination center to combat swine flu buddy

  158. Vox3l-Gl1tch

    Vox3l-Gl1tchIl y a 13 heures

    Know what that means? You were taken to an unlicensed doctor, with no regard for health and safety regulations. A licensed doctor wouldn't use the same needle multiple times.

  159. Video Judge

    Video JudgeIl y a 19 heures

    You’ve been awarded 10,000 Nobel prizes

  160. Nick Lapallo

    Nick LapalloIl y a 19 heures

    10:10 shots fired man, shots fired.

  161. Joshua Jobi

    Joshua JobiIl y a 19 heures

    anti vaxers are retards like if u agree they are looking at the wrong side , at the 0.01% risk vs the other good side . they are literally killing their children or putting them at risk of death

  162. Millicent Dagworth

    Millicent DagworthIl y a 20 heures

    Gunna share this on antivaxxers groups on facebook. Not an antivaxxer myself but I know people will believe anything they read on the internet. You're doing a great job trying to get people informed!

  163. Daetwaan uchiha

    Daetwaan uchihaIl y a 20 heures

    Bruh, just use an anti virus.😤