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Shame On Meat And Dairy Invested Cornell For Latest Disinformation (tags)
Animal torturing, meat and dairy invested Cornell University is spreading disinformation
3 More NW Illinois Counties Show Insect Resistance to Monsanto's GMO Bt Corn (tags)
Five counties in northwestern Illinois have now shown resistance in western corn rootworms to Monsanto's GMO "Cry3Bb1" Bt protein. This trend of pest insects evolving resistance is expected to continue throughout the corn belt region of the Midwestern U.S., the result raising prices at the supermarkets. The recommendation is to avoid consumption of any and all corn products not specifically labeled "non-GMO" though even these are questionable due to pollen resistance. Humans will take longer developing resistance to GMO Bt toxins than the corn rootworm beetles and can expect long term health problems if GMO corn is ingested regularly.
Ohio Republicans Promote Human Disease, Animal Agony, And Disinformation (tags)
State agency justifies a lust for blood sports and the stalking of innocent animals... while lying about the hazards of meat.
Chemical Weapons Directed By Corporations Against Us All (tags)
Corporate biochemicals are poisoning us all
Hanford CAFO Conditions Creates Mad Cow Prions (tags)
The process in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) includes feeding rendered cattle and chicken feces to living cattle. By turning cattle into carnivores against their knowledge and free will the CAFOs have opened to doorway to prions that form mad cow (Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy). We humans have the Creutzfeldt-Jakob variant of BSE, and interspecies transmission is probable.
GMO Biotech Lobby Gets Foot in Harper's Editorial Door?! (tags)
Is Harper's magazine editorial staff jumping onto the biotechnology bandwagon, along with mainstream neoliberal and neoconservative politicians looking for quick-fix "solutions" to our petroleum based food crisis?
Warning: This diet is not for everyone (tags)
Finding a quarter-billion acres for adequate feed grain harvests would mean at least a 7 percent increase in cropland worldwide at a time when farmers are already using most of the better land. Much of the newly plowed acreage would likely be marginal, subject to greater erosion and requiring extra generous applications of fertilizer and pesticides.