Monsanto has known about the link between glyphosate and cancer for 35 years

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by Janic » 16/02/20, 17:29

We will therefore be poisoned even by eating a simple steak since the 90% is swallowed by our cattle ........
we have been poisoned for decades, but animal consumption has exploded since the beginning of the 20th century
When we sit down to eat, we should no longer say "bon appetit" but rather "good luck"
that's exactly what explains the meteoric growth in demand for organic, real organic, more than organic! : Cheesy:
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by GuyGadebois » 16/02/20, 18:25

izentrop wrote:And then, since the study concerned American agris which exploit surface of several thousands of ha, glyphosate they use it with all sauces

I really do not see why they would protect themselves against "an effective ecological herbicide, non carcinogenic, non endocrine disrupting" that we could even drink without danger! : Mrgreen:
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by izentrop » 16/02/20, 22:23

The Amish do not proselytize but Mr Gadebois, without a doubt : Twisted:
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by GuyGadebois » 16/02/20, 23:54

izentrop wrote:The Amish do not proselytize but Mr Gadebois, without a doubt : Twisted:

Uh, it's not me on the video, but one of the "race" that you ardently defend. Patrick Moore:
After leaving Greenpeace in 1986, he set up a Greenspirit communication company, which notably served companies or pressure groups (in the forest industry, the genetic engineering industry and the nuclear, mining, chemical or aquaculture industry).
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by izentrop » 17/02/20, 01:31

Janic wrote:@Arthur
the best part is that all our vegans import huge quantities of this soybean filled with pesticides !!!!!
you want to laugh! Considering the little vegan in France, that does not make a lot of soybeans (for those who consume it) whereas the imported GMO soybeans go mainly to the food of farm animals. You want to reduce this import, then you see what you have to do!
The Truth About Soy https://youmatter.world/fr/soja-aliment ... egetarien/
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by Arthur » 17/02/20, 10:59

@Janic

How to produce organic or super organic when all the earth, air, water, are polluted, and it continues all the better ???
Besides, in the controls of ORGANIC products there are always traces of pesticides !!!!

The only one who can really talk about it:
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by Janic » 17/02/20, 11:31

@Arthur
How to produce organic or super organic when all the earth, air, water, are polluted, and it continues all the better ???
true and false at the same time! People often have a misconception about organic, which was based on the fact that the farmer concerned does not put, HIM, synthetic products on productions. Not that it will make air, water, and even earth in general, pure. So: yes we breathe, drink, eat lots of polluted products because our world (of civilized (sic) has become that one.
But suppose you are injured, in the hand for example: would you prefer an amputation of a finger, hand, even arm, if you let the infection spread? Organic, even labeled, it is not a promise that the world will never be polluted again, but that reducing it, it is always that gained from the destruction in progress (that! It will please Eclectron! )
Besides, in the controls of ORGANIC products there are always traces of pesticides !!!!
as long as the world is not rid of these pesticides, we will find them everywhere and for a long time as for DDT which we are still not rid of. So you have to do with it, when you can't do without! : Cry: But it's up to everyone to choose between a finger, hand or arm!
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by realistic ecology » 18/02/20, 18:40

Is there "a link" between glyphosate and cancer?
But what does "a link" mean? That we are all going to die of cancer?
The links between cancer and a multitude of substances is evaluated by the IARC, International Center for Research on Cancer.
He thus evaluated substances which are "carcinogenic" (group 1). In bulk, exhaust fumes, soot, wood dust, alcohol, tobacco, processed meat (sausage ...), etc.
We have known for decades, there is no reason to exclaim for this, or to be afraid. There are even people who smoke, drink alcohol, eat sausage, without moods.
The IARC has also evaluated glyphosate, which is "probably carcinogenic to humans" (group 2A).
A quick reading of the IARC results would suggest that glyphosate (group 2A) would be less risky than sausage (group 1).
But no. At the very least, you should read what the work of IARC is, explained in this IARC document: IARC Monographs.

"The classification indicates the degree of certainty of the indications that an agent can cause cancer (technically called" danger "), but it does not measure the likelihood that cancer will occur (technically called "risk") as a result of exposure to the agent.."
(underlined in the text)

“The IARC Monographs program assesses the potential at exposure to cause cancer in humans (cancer hazard in English), but not the level of risk of cancer (cancer risk in English) associated with the exhibition. "
(underlined in the text)

IARC assesses the dangers. National security agencies in almost every country have assessed glyphosate to be free of risk. Risk is a function of the hazard and the exposure to that hazard. If we confuse the two concepts, danger and risk, we "risk" to miss the debate on glyphosate, more broadly on risks pesticides.

For example, I have heard people here and there be cautious about security agencies who believe that glyphosate does not pose a risk to the general public. These people are ironic: "so we can drink a glass of glyphosate every morning, that's not a problem".
These people demonstrate by this, not that they have spirit, but that they did not understand the difference between danger and risk.
The car is a danger, but on a certain small island where there is no car, it presents no risk.

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by GuyGadebois » 18/02/20, 18:55

Scarecrows work in pairs, it seems. After Tryphon the impostor, here is Super Menteur the blogger who drives for Monsanto. What a beautiful pair!
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by izentrop » 18/02/20, 22:10

Still as many convincing arguments, preacher. : Twisted:
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