Originally posted by jdub297
reply to post by Dustytoad
Is there any link to the actual study so I can see for myself how accurate these claims of shortcomings and unscientific data are?
If what they are saying is true then the study was poor at best.
How do I know they speak the truth? where is the actual study?
In the original thread screaming the praises and revelations of the of the Seralini "study," you will find cites to it and the critics' attacks upon
Your mom can show you how to use this new thing called Google" and the ATS feature called "Search."
They are amazing!
edit on 16-10-2012 by jdub297 because: quote
Wow. You spent all that time being mean, and still did not provide the study. Maybe your mom can teach you not to waste my time.
Amazingly the OP stepped in and answered my question, which believe it or not was directed at him/her. Not You.
Time to go see it:
I hate to say this but...
That is one terrible study.. I could have done better. Looks like the OP is accurate. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I am not going to
even look at anything after I looked at their controls and their population size... They could have proved anything looking at so few rats.. I'm not
sure I would understand the Analysis, but an analysis based on bad numbers wouldn't mean much to me anyway.
This doesn't mean their findings are wrong.. It just means this study was a waste of time.
Needs more study before I want to eat GMO. Meanwhile they don't have to tell me how much of it I am ingesting.
edit on 10/17/2012 by Dustytoad
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