My review of the GMO doc Food Evolution

I saw this doc about a year ago, so I'm going from memory. Forgive me if I get some things wrong. Adamchak & Nye is the name of a San Francisco detective agency. That's Raoul Adamchak and Bill Nye. The two are partners, but Raoul doesn't like Bill much. A mysterious woman, who goes by the name of Miss Malkan walks into their office. By nightfa…

Time to sue the anti-GMO bastards

Anti-GMO groups like USTRK and the Organic Consumers Association have long been getting away with libel, slander and defamation of honest scientists.  It's time to fight back. I've never understood why people like Kevin Folta et al haven't hit back. I've heard all kinds of things like the cost of a lawsuit etc. Nonsense. It doesn't cost that mu…

Be careful what you wish for: Indian Point nuke plant to close by 2021… or 2025

The New York Times is reporting that Gov. Andrew Cuomo has reached an agreement with the owners of the controversial Indian Point nuclear power plant to shut it down and its environmental critics are wetting their pants. The fight against the plant has been ongoing for years. This is one of those be careful what you wish for scenarios. Close it do…

I’m pretty much done with the GMO fight

There’s a reason this blog has been quiet for a while. I just can't do it anymore. The idiocy out there is unstoppable. There is a very sad strain of anti-science based on world views on the progressive side that is so ingrained that it is impossible to change. It's sad. A technology exists that can benefit the world and all these imbeciles c…

Folta, FOIA and USRTK in 200 words

Dr. Kevin Folta, non-GMO scientist does science outreach regarding the issue of GMOs. He speaks about the science of GMOs and how his audiences can better communicate that science. Anti-GMO group, US Right to Know (USRTK) files FOIA request in search of collusion between Dr. Kevin Folta and Monsanto. They find that Monsanto awarded University…

We’re Pulling Out And Pushing Forward

This FOIA thing against public scientists by ostensibly left-wing groups is not only absurd, it reeks. A segment of the progressive movement has become the Westboro Baptist version of the left and funded by anti-science crazy people. The USTRK, led by asshole Gary Ruskin is funded by crazy people, the Organic Consumers Association who are al…

The Contrarian jerks his knee and regrets it

At first I was excited when I saw this. Cool, huh? Smart, sciency chicks. I immediately RSVP'd because some people I know, at least digitally, are on that list. Then I looked at where it was, the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States. Even cooler. Free booze? But something was nagging at me. I looked up the address so I could de…

Gary Ruskin of USRTK channels Richard Nixon

" I mean, I want it implemented on a thievery basis. Goddamn it, get in and get those files. Blow the safe and get it."--Richard Nixon  In 1946, when Richard Nixon first ran for Congress he used smear tactics to insinuate his opponent Democrat Jerry Voorhis had Communist ties because he had once been endorsed by the pro-labor CIO-PAC. In 1…

Has the Anti-GMO worm turned… more?

Back in April, I wrote in a post called Anti-GMO…crazier  than I thought  The anti-GMO movement is in a bad place. While they still con people into buying their lies and nonsense, a subtle shift has occurred. Opinion is beginning to turn against them. Mainstream media has been casting a much more skeptical eye and various lefty/green w…

Lying scumbags and dipshits: Frustration has its limits

Recently, in a Facebook post, I exasperatingly wrote: I don't know if I can do it anymore. I can't stand going to comment sections and seeing the same bullshit time and time again. I think it's time to leave it to the pros. I have nothing but contempt and derision for the Hirschbergs, Robinsons and GMOFreeUSAs. They are nothing more than lyi…