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GMO dangers revealed by former U.S. government scientist

(NaturalHealth365) “Since 1996, when genetically modified organisms (GMOs) were first introduced, we have seen a dramatic rise in the rates of food allergies, autism, reproductive disorders and digestive problems. 129 more words

Glyphosate

Modern farming practices are killing us

An alarming new study, accepted for publication in the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology last month, indicates that glyphosate, the world’s most widely used herbicide due to its widespread use in genetically engineered agriculture, is capable of driving estrogen receptor mediated breast cancer cell proliferation within the infinitesimal parts per trillion concentration range. 47 more words

Food

Monsanto: Innovator or stone cold killer?

By Katelyn Hawkes
Blog Content Contributor

*KTSW consists of and respects varying opinions within its staff. Opinion articles do not reflect the opinion of KTSW as a whole. 550 more words

Web Content

Monsanto Wants to Know Why People Doubt Science

Science in the Corporate Interest

By Colin Todhunter
March 2, 2015
Counter Punch

On Twitter recently, someone asked the question “Why do people doubt science?” Accompanying the tweet was a link to an article in National Geographic that implied people who are suspicious of vaccines, genetically modified organisms (GMOs), climate change, fluoridated water and various other phenomena are confused, adhere to conspiracy theories, are motivated by ideology or are misinformed as a result of access to the ‘University of Google.’ The remedy, according what is said in the article, is for us all to rely on scientific evidence pertaining to these issues and adopt a ‘scientific method’ of thought and analysis and put irrational thought processes to one side. 1,760 more words

Social Justice

Derechos de Autor

Así que hace unos miles de años a una persona, o a varias -probablemente a varias mujeres  en diferentes lugares, de manera mas o menos simultánea- se les ocurrió que podían enterrar semillas y, con un poco de agua podrían obtener plantas de ellas.   213 more words

Agricultura

What Are We Eating?

This past summer, while watching Jeopardy with the family after a delicious homemade dinner, a commercial came on that was intriguing.  It features families getting ready for dinner, a group of friend being seated at a restaurant for a meal and a group of family and friends getting together for a backyard barbecue. 424 more words