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ICAN episode 222: https://thehighwire.com/watch/
What’s On My Food? is a searchable database designed to make the public problem of pesticide exposure visible and more understandable. Find out what's on your food Conventional vs. Organic.
Published on Oct 7, 2015 - Steven Druker introduced and answered questions about his new book Altered Genes, Twisted Truth: How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public.
Cancer Claim for Monsanto's Roundup Gets Judge's Scrutiny
A federal judge is reviewing claims that the active ingredient in Monsanto's widely used weed killer Roundup can cause cancer.
March 5, 2018, at 2:37 p.m.
Some smoking gun links for this case are listed below:
Some smoking gun links I found and each of these has a list of backup references that can be opened, read and used for the judge to see:
We were moved to write to the judge in this case.
An Inspiring Film - 4 Ground-Breaking Gardening/Farming That Could Save Your Grandchildren
Could these four techniques help solve many environmental problems and improve human health? Find out about crossbread wheat, an unusual reef fishing technique, and how we can preserve the 60 remaining years of topsoil available to dodge a pending crisis.
Monsanto A Documentary on GMO a must watch. Video Published on Jul 17, 2013. Today in 2016 Monsanto is loosing Court cases around the world. Stocks are plummeting
Website https://www.organicconsumers.org/news/david-versus-monsanto-documentary-gmo https://archive.org/details/MonsantoADocumentaryOnGMO
Nassim Nicholas Taleb on the Precautionary Principle and Genetically Modified Organisms
Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of Antifragile, Black Swan, and Fooled by Randomness, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about a recent co-authored paper on the risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and the use of the Precautionary Principle. Taleb contrasts harm with ruin and explains how the differences imply different rules of behavior when dealing with the risk of each. Taleb argues that when considering the riskiness of GMOs, the right understanding of statistics is more valuable than expertise in biology or genetics. The central issue that pervades the conversation is how to cope with a small non-negligible risk of catastrophe.
A distinction between
HARM and RUIN
Article Taleb (and other authors) that published (see link below) and later kicked off the podcast discussion (see link above);
GMO'S & PESTICIDES