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“A Disturbing Phenomenon” A Lesson From Earth’s Creatures

May 28, 20150 Comments
GM products have a long history of harmful biological reactions when ingested by humans and other animals. Studies done on rodents using GM crops often produced animals with advanced, terminal disease causing death in many. Despite this grizzly track record, both inside and outside the lab, government and corporate entities continue to push for the […]

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Don’t Know About GMO’s, Neither Will Your Dog

March 28, 20150 Comments
Imagine yourself, for a moment, as a happily committed dog owner pouring food into a bowl for your inexplicably excited animal companion. You’ve been told this meal is top of the line, made with love and “real” ingredients facilitating long, happy lives for canines everywhere. Now fast forward, say, a month into the future-your dog […]

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“Safety Hazy Test Tube Dreams” GM Organisms and Quiet Scientists”

February 24, 20150 Comments
Certainly there will always be uncertainty, an element constantly lurking in the background. Uncertainty of one another, our world, and sadly even our food. The need to consume substance to fuel one’s body is only natural, an innate ability to choose curving what is eaten and what isn’t. That being said, what happens when uncertainty’s […]

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Approved To Eat 2, 4-D and Glyphosate

November 19, 20140 Comments
The global GMO-herbicide market, analysts predict, expects massive earnings within the next decade by increasing spray yields. Accompanying 2, 4-D, a ghost from Vietnam, in the crop fields is and will continue to be Glyphosate, a highly lucrative poison. With earnings expected to exceed 8.50 billion by 2020, according to the Digital Journal, the GM […]

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Enlist Corn & Soy – Dangerous Toxin Shades of Agent Orange

November 18, 20140 Comments
Herbicide resistant crops may soon see exposure to a new vastly dangerous toxin, shades of Agent Orange. Foodandwaterwatch.org cites Dow Agrosciences interest in repurpousing the once weaponized poision for use in agrocultural production, outraging many. Despite new toxicity inquiries, and historically documented contamination of a human population, the federal government continues to push for its […]

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