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It wasn't an insult. This is a scientific study, and they were reporting on an observed pattern of correlation between professed atheism and autism-spectrum disorders. Why do you take so much offense at the label of "autist?" What is inherently offensive about a widespread medical condition?
Conversely, most Abrahamic interpretations of the concept of deity place God beyond the realm of scientific scrutiny. (And what would be the point of faith if there were concrete proof?) Your ultimatum suggests someone taking offense by potentially ascribing to a medical condition someone and/or demanding scientific evidence which is literally impossible to obtain. Your logic is highly spurious.
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