Are GMO activists junkies?

We've all seen these types of images illustrating anti-GMO articles One major thing pops out of these images. The process of GMO is not done with syringes. It's a stupid illustration.  If I were to write an article about organic food, this would actually be more accurate than those images Now here's a thought that was humorously bro…

GMOFreeUSA and their pals love their autocrats

UPDATE: This is an update of a post I did on 6/13/2014. I felt it needed to be posted again, since I just found another authoritarian country the antis love, Gambia. Since the Anti-GMO movement doesn't have the facts or real science their side, they hitch their wagon to anybody or anything that promotes their cause no matter how illegitimate. Wh…

Anti-GMO/Organic activists… GIMME! GIMME! GIMME! ME! ME! ME!

Lately it has occurred to me that along with buying into nonsense and bad science, the Anti-GMO and organic crowd sounds like a bunch of entitled, spoiled children. Look at the GMOInside meme above. The crowd is always making demands about their food. Who makes demands about their food and drink? Well, fed, affluent, self-entitled westerners…

Scientifically Illiterate Hall of Shame inducts CA State Senator Noreen Evans

Our latest induction to the Scientifically Illiterate Hall Of Shame (SIHS) is California State Senator Noreen Evans. Evans introduced a GMO labeling law in California and this is her reasoning according to the Press Democrat website The Santa Rosa Democrat says genetically modified organisms have been linked to health problems ranging from allergi…

Connecticut becomes the first scientifically illiterate state

The State of Connecticut has become the first state in the nation to be inducted into the Progressive Contrarian's Scientifically Illiterate Hall of Shame. The scientifically illiterate Connecticut legislature passed a mandatory GMO labeling law earlier this year and a smiling scientifically clueless governor, Dannel P. Malloy, made an appeara…

Scientifically Illiterate Hall of Shame

Trying to convince the anti-gmo crowd the method of genetically engineering food is safe, or as safe as anything can be, is a daunting task. In fact, it's like to trying to explain something to monkeys. Wait, let me retract that statement. Monkeys will eventually get it. But, the anti-gmo troops on the ground are one thing.  When our elected o…