GMOs good for health

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Re: GMOs good for health




by realistic ecology » 22/07/20, 15:18

GuyGadebois wrote:Just shit. : Mrgreen:

No lightning strikes and blows, what matters are the arguments.
... Here is a strong argument.
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Re: GMOs good for health




by GuyGadebois » 22/07/20, 15:19

realistic ecology wrote:
izentrop wrote:Excellent article, but you will attract the wrath of the "guy" with the "wooden" club : Wink:

No lightning strikes and blows, what matters are the arguments.

Arguments ? Your whole site is deceptive, manipulative, lobbyist (including the Concorde Foundation, a liberal think-tank, melting pot of old rotten people), dated, obsolete, null, partisan, poorly written, not documented. Shit splashing so far because it doesn't work and you have to go through it elsewhere to do your dirty patch.
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Re: GMOs good for health




by realistic ecology » 22/07/20, 15:36

GuyGadebois wrote:
realistic ecology wrote:
izentrop wrote:Excellent article, but you will attract the wrath of the "guy" with the "wooden" club : Wink:

No lightning strikes and blows, what matters are the arguments.

Arguments ? Your whole site is deceptive, manipulative, lobbyist (including the Concorde Foundation, a liberal think-tank, melting pot of old rotten people), dated, obsolete, null, partisan, poorly written, not documented. Shit splashing so far because it doesn't work and you have to go through it elsewhere to do your dirty patch.

A new flow of strong arguments.
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Re: GMOs good for health




by GuyGadebois » 22/07/20, 15:37

realistic ecology wrote:A new flow of strong arguments.

Are we having trouble with the truth and the findings? You surprise me. : Mrgreen:
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Re: GMOs good for health




by realistic ecology » 22/07/20, 15:49

GuyGadebois wrote:
realistic ecology wrote:A new flow of strong arguments.

Are we having trouble with the truth and the findings? You surprise me. : Mrgreen:

strange how some people like to wade through strong arguments, and would like to wallow in them again.
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Re: GMOs good for health




by GuyGadebois » 22/07/20, 16:59

realistic ecology wrote:
GuyGadebois wrote:
realistic ecology wrote:A new flow of strong arguments.

Are we having trouble with the truth and the findings? You surprise me. : Mrgreen:

strange how some people like to wade through strong arguments, and would like to wallow in them again.

Affirms without batting an eyelid the defender / promoter of destruction, of the misguided and corrupt science which he blindly obeys and before which he kneels, thanking her for his engineering degree ... wallowing question, you could give lessons.
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Re: GMOs good for health




by izentrop » 22/07/20, 17:23

realistic ecology wrote:strange how some people like to wade through strong arguments
They must be ignored, they have no other argument than to pass the buck, as in primary school "céstiquidiquié". : Wink:
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Re: GMOs good for health




by GuyGadebois » 22/07/20, 17:33

izentrop wrote:
realistic ecology wrote:strange how some people like to wade through strong arguments
They must be ignored, they have no other argument than to pass the buck, as in primary school "céstiquidiquié". : Wink:

And you ? Aside from throwing around the same lies you learned in the 60s over and over and over again and kneeling down to what you call 'science' (aka corruption, business, marketing, waste) without realizing that the world has changed and aspires to something other than your technophile program, what do you bring to the debate? NOTHING. NEVER. Even your positions towards the climate are irrelevant, since you ardently defend those who disturb it.
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Re: GMOs good for health




by Moindreffor » 22/07/20, 21:26

GuyGadebois wrote:
izentrop wrote:
realistic ecology wrote:strange how some people like to wade through strong arguments
They must be ignored, they have no other argument than to pass the buck, as in primary school "céstiquidiquié". : Wink:

And you ? Aside from throwing around the same lies you learned in the 60s over and over and over again and kneeling down to what you call 'science' (aka corruption, business, marketing, waste) without realizing that the world has changed and aspires to something other than your technophile program, what do you bring to the debate? NOTHING. NEVER. Even your positions towards the climate are irrelevant, since you ardently defend those who disturb it.

some, kneel and pray in front of the pseudo-sciences, or the "bobo" arguments of the moment, we must be at the 4th or 5th waves of "baba cool" which must revolutionize the world, but we are moving away from peace and love, now it's piss (vinegar) and love (from behind) : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
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Re: GMOs good for health




by GuyGadebois » 23/07/20, 01:33

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