On the battlefield of global warming, too many scientists have done the bidding of Greenpeace Story submitted by Walter Donway The world’s top scientists are upset with Greenpeace, the worldwide nonprofit organization, with an annual budget of almost a quarter-of-a-billion Euros, which started in Vancouver in 1970 to defend “nature” against human beings.
WASHINGTON - American consumers become unwitting guinea pigs in a poorly understood experiment every time they go food shopping, a diverse group of scientists, activists, and a British supermarket executive warned yesterday, because increasing amounts of corn, soy beans, and other crops are grown from genetically altered seeds.
“We are disappointed with today’s verdict because it will only serve to deny American farmers access to future technologies even when they are fully approved in the U.S.,” Syngenta said in a statement. In 2010, Syngenta began selling in the United States a strain of insect-resistant genetically modified corn called Agrisure Viptera.
A group of British scientists, who specialize in food research, have designed a menu that they call “the healthiest meal ever.” Their list of dishes and ingredients does not even address the idea of where the food comes from, treating organic and chemical-free as being the same as factory and chemical-processed.
GMO's -- What's the real story? Are genetically modified organisms safe or dangerous? How do they affect people and the environment? There are tons of misinformation and disinformation out there. I have done a lot of research into GMO's because I believe them to be one of the greatest risks to the Earth and humanity's future.
And just to clarify, I still don’t judge people who buy non organic because it gets pretty expensive. I just wished people would stop believing that organic, non organic and gmo food are equal. They are not! Gmo food and non organic food are killing us slowly. We need to stand together and demand change in the way we are producing food.
When the cells of a typical apple are broken, two chemicals within the apple mix and react with oxygen to cause the flesh to brown. 99 Sliced apples are used in fast food meals and on top of prepared salads, but those apples must be sprayed with an expensive coating that changes the flavor in order to suppress browning.
The research project will enable the general public in America to find out how much glyphosate is in their own urine as well as enabling them to help expert independent scientists to study how glyphosate effects the human body, with many areas of follow up research already planned. Glyphosate was ...
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