Haldane dilemma I've mentioned in evolution threads absolutely forbids believing that a genetic change could be spread around rapidly enough to bring about a 600% increase, and I mean forbids that over the next several millenia, much less the past 40 years
You must be the only guy on the planet that believes that the "Haldane dilemma" is even a valid concept. Even Haldane separated himself from it as a "DUUUHHHHH" moment in his career.
Like "intrinsic redshift" its a concept that's been layed by the roadside.
However, what you say about autism and its genetic component rather than "diluents" is a matter of advances in research. We learn from mistakes too. AS far as electronic v electric. Why wouldnt say, huge amounts of RF generated from an old 50 chevy be any less of an electronic source?
Tubes gave out waay more Rf than do Ic's.
You are making a claim, now how do you propose to evidence your hypothesis?