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Cancer-causing Glyphosate Herbicide Found in Urine of 93% of Americans.

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posted on May, 30 2016 @ 07:39 PM
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I guess Alex Jones was right again.




posted on May, 30 2016 @ 07:41 PM
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a reply to: neutronflux

And if you are going to quote a person, please don't use one sentence out of context.



posted on May, 31 2016 @ 12:08 PM
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originally posted by: projectvxn
a reply to: DeathSlayer

Maybe people don't take kindly to sensationalist, poorly written, pseudo-scientific dribble doled out by websites who tell people vaccines will kill their children(even though pertussis and polio have a higher chance of killing your kids), anti-GMO garbage(as we know thousands of studies have proven GMOs safe, but who the hell needs facts), and I'm willing to bet all the sites linked to it are probably selling something..Like Oh yeah the 2 LBS 10 dollar bag of corn that is "tested for GMOs"(Good luck with that one).

Science, actual science, is the reason I remain unconcerned over your sensationalist garbage.


The amount of cringe I got from reading this shill of a comment is staggering.



posted on May, 31 2016 @ 01:56 PM
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a reply to: smarterthanyou

Yes...science and peer reviewed studies are "shill tactics".

When you have no real data, always fall back on accusing someone of being a shill.



posted on May, 31 2016 @ 02:28 PM
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originally posted by: projectvxn
a reply to: DeathSlayer

Maybe people don't take kindly to sensationalist, poorly written, pseudo-scientific dribble doled out by websites who tell people vaccines will kill their children(even though pertussis and polio have a higher chance of killing your kids), anti-GMO garbage(as we know thousands of studies have proven GMOs safe, but who the hell needs facts), and I'm willing to bet all the sites linked to it are probably selling something..Like Oh yeah the 2 LBS 10 dollar bag of corn that is "tested for GMOs"(Good luck with that one).

Science, actual science, is the reason I remain unconcerned over your sensationalist garbage.


You'll be getting more nutrients from eat the dandelion greens in your yard than GMO-dead garbage produce they sellin all stores, the same garbage seeds they've strong armed all farmers to use. Mental retardation is critically high in offspring of farmer families. Real Science. I investigated countless farmers, round up will fry ovaries, and there's very good reason colon cancer is on the rise along with a slew of digestive problems with the last two generations. The pesticides they use are designed to make insects explode on the inside.

#Real Science, not internet science.



posted on May, 31 2016 @ 06:35 PM
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What's a shrill. Is that a person that expects producible physical evidence. A person that understands present day science requires teams and increasing sophistication that must be held to academic accountability and standards. Not some dude with only a website. #that?



posted on May, 31 2016 @ 10:24 PM
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a reply to: Flesh699

I don't believe a single word of your drivel.

Why? Because I know better. I'm betting you wouldn't know a peer reviewed paper on the subject if it fell on your lap and was written in block letters using crayon.
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posted on Jun, 1 2016 @ 12:11 AM
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The people of this planet have a sad habit of disregarding anything that is not an imminent danger to themselves or sometimes their families. Some countries are wising up. The U.S. is not one of them, thanks to commercialism driving most of what is regulated or not in this country. Countries are banning GMO.. as well as fluoride (among other untested, unnecessary products), but not the U.S. - we are content to risk long-term issues from eating or drinking the stuff.

While I don't buy into "Monsanto is evil and trying to kill us," or anything along those lines.. I think it's foolish to disregard it because it's not killing you just now. It reminds me of global warming. Is climate change happening? Sure. Are people causing it? Perhaps.. no one is really sure. But instead of dealing with the fact we -might- have something to do with it, it's easier by far to ignore it and keep living how we are living. Assume the best.. prepare for the worst.

Climate change.. Monsanto.. fluoride.. etc.. no immediate proof they can kill or harm us? Then why worry about it! It's probably just fine... yea.. sure.



posted on Jun, 1 2016 @ 12:52 AM
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So if there are naturally safe levels of radiation it is fine that some corporation apply those levels to other people?

If my pee have heavy metals because of contaminated area I live now that gives a green light to Monsanto to apply glyphosate?

Wtf is that for logic you have?

So if we are living and consuming poison as is now then more poison won't matter?

Hell it is all in safe levels.

Mate, there are people on earth that don't care about corporations safe levels, I don't want any level of glypocrap noir radiation and I belive everyone who cares about their health thinks the same.



posted on Jun, 1 2016 @ 04:22 AM
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So if there are naturally safe levels of radiation it is fine that some corporation apply those levels to other people?


Depends on why that level of radiation needs to be applied. Even so, it is the dose that makes the poison.




If my pee have heavy metals because of contaminated area I live now that gives a green light to Monsanto to apply glyphosate?


If you test your urine anywhere you go for heavy metal exposure, you will find it. Most heavy metals pass through the body without incident. Same many chemicals. Once again, it's the dose that makes the poison. It's why safe levels of things exist. If your exposure is so far below the threshold for safety then it is not a big deal. Doesn't matter what the chemical is. It is when you start using huge doses of anything that you start creating problems.




Wtf is that for logic you have?


It's reasonably applied logic based on the understanding of how chemicals react(or don't react) when they enter the body. There are safe levels of all known substances. Even water has a level at which it is no longer safe to consume.




So if we are living and consuming poison as is now then more poison won't matter? Hell it is all in safe levels.


Once again, it is the DOSE that makes the poison. This is why knowing what the safe levels of a substance is so important.




Mate, there are people on earth that don't care about corporations safe levels, I don't want any level of glypocrap noir radiation


Glyphosate won't hurt you. Unless you have HUGE quantities of it in your system. Fortunately for you, you could eat food sprayed with this stuff every day of your life, three times a day, and never have a change in the level of glyphosate in your body. It will never poison you unless you outright drink a jug.

As far as radiation is concerned; you have no control over how much radiation you get in a day, or what type of radiation. I'd say go hide underground if radiation bothers you so much, but there's radiation underground as well. Sometimes far more deadly than anything you get by man made means.




I belive everyone who cares about their health thinks the same.


I care enough about my health to know the facts of what and how something affects me. I'm not scared of chemicals or radiation any more than anything else. Everything in life has a chemical make up and you are exposed to radiation of different kinds and power levels all of your life.
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posted on Jun, 1 2016 @ 02:10 PM
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The Detox Project, using laboratories at the University of California San Francisco, has found the presence of glyphosate, the most used herbicide in the world, in the urine of 93% of the American public during a unique testing project that started in 2015.


Bull Crap.

That woulda been a neat trick since I don't live in California, nor do I remember ever taking a snip test.

Anyone else?

That people is call twisting 'facts' to suit an agenda.



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