Coronavirus Mega-Thread. in Covid-19 & NWO Posted September 14, 2022 47 minutes ago, jois said: They may or may not be talking bollux. There is certainly logic in what they say. But they could of course just be lieing. There were at least one odd kid in every class of 30 when I was at school. Were they autistic or just odd. Is there a difference.? Unless your very odd you don't get tested. What about the ones who are only a bit odd. Test them and you have more autism don't and you have less One reason it's difficult to diagnose autism is that the symptoms are similar to attachment disorder and childhood trauma. Another issue is long waiting lists (2 years where I live) and I've heard of people not getting diagnosed until their mid-teens. So I guess there's potential for lots of people undiagnosed and misdiagnosed. And I wonder if the diagnostic techniques have changed over the years, to muddy the waters too.