A few comments:
Thanks to EM. for once again producing a first class article about a very serious subject. It includes some issues regarding his reader comments and allergies which are personal and don’t belong here, but hopefully this ‘over-exposure’ is of little importance relative to the subject matter of GM foods and pesticides.
So I am only feeling slightly guilty about jumping on his band-wagon and making my own job easier.
I consider this to be a wonderful and useful article.
- How California’s GM food referendum may change what America eats | Richard Schiffman (guardian.co.uk)
- Debunking the Health Claims of Genetically Modified Foods (theatlantic.com)
- Eating This Could Turn Your Gut into a Living Pesticide Factory (articles.mercola.com)
- Monsanto Launches Massive Campaign to Stop GMO Labeling (activistpost.com)
- Top 10 genetically modified foods to avoid eating (blacklistednews.com)
- Why Genetically Engineered Food Is Dangerous (theafterburnsg.wordpress.com)
I’ve added an update to the “Rules” tab up top (since I guess it wasn’t clear enough before that being polite is a major requirement…)
So in response to my saying, in essence: “The evidence for bad effects from GMOs has reached a level where it is prudent to avoid them, and due to stupid laws in the USA the only decent way to do that ‘avoiding’ is to buy organic labeled foods” we have someone deciding that the best course of action is to be insulting and attack the messenger. (Worse, he tosses mud at “all you people”):
Submitted on 2012/07/10 at 4:49 pm
I really do feel sorry for all you people. You run around scared of everything, even your own shadow. You think that all pesticides are bad and we should ban them all. Let me tell you something. If, there were no pesticides, there…
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