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  1. Using Bone Meal For Plants? Here Are The Risks

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    Using bone meal for plants has been passed down for generations.. It’s made from ground up animal bones and comes in a granular or powder form. When I did a lot of landscaping as a teenager and in my early 20s, I was using bone meal for almost all of my plantings.

  2. Scientists Plead with Greenpeace for Blind, Dying Children ...

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    Oct 29, 2016 · 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.

  3. Why we need to label GMOs – Mark Lynas

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    Oct 15, 2013 · I like Clyde Davies’s suggestion of a QR code. The corresponding webpage would list GMO information, but also geographic origin, along with information about animal rights, employee rights, food miles, CO2 emmissions, religious rituals (kosher & halal), and other factors associated with all aspects of the food’s production.

  4. ISIS News no.4 index

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    The other reason management expands is because they have taken control of the money supply and of hiring and firing. In the decades immediately following the Second World War, university administrations all over Europe and the United States discovered "a vast new source of unregulated cash" – the overheads on research grants.

  5. 5 Human Health Effects of Genetically Engineered Crops. In this chapter, the committee examines the evidence that substantiates or negates specific hypotheses and claims about the health risks and benefits associated with foods derived from genetically engineered (GE) crops.

  6. Genetically Engineered Food: Make Sure It's Safe and Label It

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    Consumer Issues – Food Safety/Labeling 24 Genetically Engineered Food: Make Sure It’s Safe and Label It Michael Hansen1 Consumers Union, Yonkers, New York, USA Summary 239 Scientific/Safety Issues 240 What Data Should FDA Require? 248 Future Products 252 Public Information Issues 252 Summary Genetic engineering of food raises a host of questions about effects on the envi­ ronment ...

  7. BBC News - Fussy eaters - what's wrong with GM food?

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    Jul 19, 2010 · GS, Merced, California, USA. There is not a food shortage. There is a surplus of food actually. Unfortunately, all the food resources are concentrated in the wealthier nations and the people that are starving don't see any of it. Producing more food is definitely not the answer and even further from the answer is resorting to GM foods.

  8. GM food and human health - ScienceDirect

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    The FDA approved the sale of the GM salmon in the United States in 2015. Scientists in other countries have conducted similar research on GM fish, e.g., Cuban scientists who developed a faster-growing strain of GM tilapia, Oreochromis hornorum L. (Guillén et al., 1999). The fish were shown to be acceptable for food use, following clinical and ...

  9. Bad science about GMOs: It reminds me of the antivaccine ...

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    Ideologically motivated bad science, pseudoscience, misinformation, and lies irritate me. In fact, arguably, they are the very reason I started this blog. True, over time my focus has narrowed. I ...

  10. Antibiotic-Resistant "Superbugs" in Meat | NutritionFacts.org

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    A number of prominent publications recently warned of the threat of antibiotic resistance. The CDC estimates that, at a minimum, more than two million people are sickened every year with antibiotic-resistant infections in the United States, with at least 23,000 dying as a result (See MRSA Superbugs in Meat).