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  • Community Manager's picture
    Community Manager
    08.27.2013
    Thanks for the input on this topic.You may be interested in this response, provided by Richard Goodman, which addresses concerns regarding censored research:http://gmoanswers.com/ask/why-did-monsanto-pressure-elsevier-hire-monsanto-employee-richard-goodman-review-all-gmo-related

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    Cornlover
    08.21.2013
    ieatfood try not to insult the experts they are giving their time and doing it for free.The critters on my friends farm can't get enough gmo.They had to bring in trappers to help.
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    ieatfood
    08.20.2013
    Your right cornlover, there is a standard for doing research, and one is to be able to replicate the experiment or study. The study quoted as a replication to compare the observations of OMGGMO's study is not comparable. One study was done on wildlife and the other study was done on commercial livestock. You can not compare the two in order to conclude. I love how the expert answer talks about how bias perception can get in the way of truthful conclusions. Here's an unbiased observation; the expert works for DuPont oh your job relies on the answer you give.
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    Community Manager
    08.18.2013
    @ohnogmo In order for the GMO Answers team to properly route your inquiries for review, please resubmit your questions here: http://gmoanswers.com/ask-your-question
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    Cornlover
    08.18.2013
    ohnogmo there's a standard for doing research and everybody has to fallow it or it won't hold water.There are studies of third party's not vested in it.
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    ohnogmo
    08.17.2013
    You don't need a PHD to put out two bowls of corn for wild life......you see why you're not convincing people?? Biotech's always have an answer, and lay people are told to leave it up to the scientists.
    I believe gmo's destroy our food - criminal. If GMO's continue they will cross pollinate and we won't have any natural or organic food left.
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    ohnogmo
    08.17.2013
    Andy Hedgcock:
    So, now you're saying unless you're the makers of the GMO and do the experiements 'your way' other peoples findings are invalid??? Do you really think people are that ignorant?
    Why aren't similar food options given by the so-called scientists? By third party corps who don't have a vested interest in marketing the GMO's???
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