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Former Pro-GMO Biotech Scientist Admits GMOs Aren’t Safe, Refutes Claims by Monsanto

Former Pro-GMO Biotech Scientist Admits GMOs Aren’t Safe, Refutes Claims by Monsanto

October 30, 2014 | by

A former pro-GMO biotechnologist, Dr. Thierry Vrain has come out with a lot of info showcasing the real dangers of genetically modified foods and crops.

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GMO Cholera Bacteria to Be Released in Australia, Canada, U.S.

GMO Cholera Bacteria to Be Released in Australia, Canada, U.S.

October 30, 2014 | by

PaxVax is looking to Australian government officials to conduct a clinical trial of a genetically modified live bacterial vaccine against cholera.

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Researchers Develop ‘World’s First Rechargeable Solar Battery’ to Run on Light and Air

Researchers Develop ‘World’s First Rechargeable Solar Battery’ to Run on Light and Air

October 30, 2014 | by

Inventors at Ohio State University have developed what they call the world’s first solar battery which runs on light and air. A great step.

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Monsanto’s GMO Soy Found in Baby Formula in Portland, Oregon

Monsanto’s GMO Soy Found in Baby Formula in Portland, Oregon

October 29, 2014 | by

Genetic testing has confirmed the presence of genetically modified soy created by Monsanto for heavy pesticide exposure in infant formula sold in Oregon.

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Studies Find Chinese Herb Doubles Survival Rate of Cancer Patients Undergoing Radiation

Studies Find Chinese Herb Doubles Survival Rate of Cancer Patients Undergoing Radiation

October 29, 2014 | by

The herb astragalus has been found in peer reviewed studies to double survival rates of cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy.

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Coca-Cola Ordered to Shut Down Plant in India for Draining Water & Rampant Polluting

Coca-Cola Ordered to Shut Down Plant in India for Draining Water & Rampant Polluting

October 29, 2014 | by

Coca-Cola has been ordered to shut down operations in Mehdiganj, a city in India, for using too much water and violating pollution laws.

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Insurance Companies Begin Writing ‘Ebola Exclusions’ into Policies

Insurance Companies Begin Writing ‘Ebola Exclusions’ into Policies

October 28, 2014 | by

Insurance companies have begun writing Ebola exclusions into standard policies to cover hospitals, businesses, and others vulnerable to contracting Ebola.

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World’s Biggest GMO & Pesticide Safety Study Ever to Be Conducted: $25 Million

World’s Biggest GMO & Pesticide Safety Study Ever to Be Conducted: $25 Million

October 28, 2014 | by

A $25 million study on GMOs and pesticide safety is slated to occur November 11. The study will investigate the health effects of GM crops.

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Maine Police Chief Challenged by Pot Activist to a Marijuana vs. Alcohol Showdown

Maine Police Chief Challenged by Pot Activist to a Marijuana vs. Alcohol Showdown

October 28, 2014 | by

A Maine police chief is being challenged to a showdown by a marijuana activist looking to prove that pot use, is in fact, safer than alcohol consumption.

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Peer Reviewed Research Proves Biotech’s Studies on GMOs are Flawed, Inaccurate

Peer Reviewed Research Proves Biotech’s Studies on GMOs are Flawed, Inaccurate

October 27, 2014 | by

More people are starting to think that flawed science is being used on purpose to push centralized production of (dangerous) GMO foods. What do you think?

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