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Well..well..it's been awhile since I have posted on LF, just a place I outgrew due to that really big intellect and no one valid to argue with, as you need good competition to make you good.. The story? You can read the details in the link below but the opposition made the forgeries...sure, Monsanto and you pro-GMO disciples will be quiet on this issue for awhile until your programmed on how to respond, but just wanted to let you know..chalk up another one for me and them Conspiracy Theorists. :rolleyes:

 

Scientist Who Discovered GMOs Cause Tumors in Rats Wins Landmark Defamation Lawsuit in Paris -

Was French Prof. Gilles-Eric Séralini correct when he discovered that scientific feeding experiments past 90 days with GMO food and rats can cause serious health problems including tumors?
The answer to that question has been debated ever since the initial publication of his study, culminating in a republication of the study in another peer-reviewed journal that wasn’t nearly as well covered as the initial retraction was by the mainstream media.
Now, Prof. Séralini is in the news again – this time for winning a major court victory in a libel trial that represents the second court victory for Séralini and his team in less than a month.
On November 25, the High Court in Paris indicted Marc Fallous, the former chairman of France’s Biomolecular Engineering Commission, for “forgery” and the “use of forgery.” The details of the case have not been officially released.
But according to this article from the Séralini website, Fallous used or copied the signature of a scientist whose name was used, without his agreement, to argue that Séralini and his co-workers were wrong in their studies on Monsanto products, including GM corn.
A sentencing for Fallous is expected in June 2016.
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Fluoride in the water occurs naturally. People who drank water from some artisan wells in Texas had no cavities. So they started putting trace amounts in the water.

In the 1950's the John Birch Society claimed that fluoridated water was a Communist plot. One day someone in China would push a button and millions of Americans would be poisoned. Then the Chinese would march in and take over. The reality was that stannous fluoride is barely soluble in water, and no one can be poisoned by drinking it. And so far, no one has.

 

GMO, perhaps some is dangerous. We should be informed if we are buying GMO food, but we aren't. It would cost to much to print them labels, they say.

 

Stevia is better than aspartame.

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Fluoride in the water occurs naturally. People who drank water from some artisan wells in Texas had no cavities. So they started putting trace amounts in the water.

In the 1950's the John Birch Society claimed that fluoridated water was a Communist plot. One day someone in China would push a button and millions of Americans would be poisoned. Then the Chinese would march in and take over. The reality was that stannous fluoride is barely soluble in water, and no one can be poisoned by drinking it. And so far, no one has.

 

GMO, perhaps some is dangerous. We should be informed if we are buying GMO food, but we aren't. It would cost to much to print them labels, they say.

 

Stevia is better than aspartame.

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Google harvard study fluoride lower iq

Google bio weapon aspartame

Educate yourself before you spout nonsense

Google fluoride in anti depressants

Google fluoride Russian German camps

You obviously have never really looked into it

But because you have in your head that government wouldn't poisen us you just spout talking points

Birch society?

Really?

Your counter evidence and argument is just saying birchers?

Guess what?

I have heard birchers talk about gmo

Does that instantly make gmo safe?

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