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New Study by USDA Proves It was Wrong About GE Alfalfa January 25th, 2016 Digital Journal by Karen Graham Eco-Bill Source: Lotus Johnson Monsanto’s genetically engineered (GE) Roundup-Ready alfalfa has Continue Reading →
The following abstract tells the story like no other about the causes of what people have come to believe are not caused by human products. Its an unbelievable story worthy Continue Reading →
Comment: so the microcephally previously thought to be caused by the Zika virus now is traced to a pesticide added end to drinking water for mosquito control. Another fear blown Continue Reading →
Vaccine business has made errors in the past. This one is a big one. It undermines whatever confidence one had about vaccines. Is it the for-profit world to blame?
To further confirm this unbelievable admission, Assistant Professor of Pathology at Loyola University in Chicago Dr. Michele Carbone has been able to independently verify the presence of the SV40 virus in tissue and bone samples from patients who died during that era. He found that 33% of the samples with osteosarcoma bone cancers, 40% of other bone cancers, and 60% of the mesothelioma’s lung cancers all contained this obscure virus. This leaves the postulation that upwards of 10–30 million actually contracted and were adversely affected by this virus, to be deadly accurate.
National Geographic Society
Printable List of Monsanto Owned “Food” Producers
Comment: I am glad people are waking up to the real terrorists, first on the list are pesticide companies and first on that list is Monsanto. I call for nationalization then dissolution.
Scientists declare “global climate emergency” after Jet stream crosses the equator. Mixing of northern and southern jet streams is highly unusual and will disturb weather patterns more severely than Continue Reading →
This is very good news, maybe the tide is turning?