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From the Will Rogers quote, \x34All politics is applesauce.\x34
Is the campaign against genetically modified crops basically a bunch of anti-scientific hooey?
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By Pat Cunningham
Oct. 7, 2013 11:20 a.m.



GMOs

Michael Specter SAYS the answer to the question in the headline above is affirmative:

I recently watched “OMG GMO,” Jeremy Seifert’s aggressively uninformed “documentary” about the corporate duplicity and governmental callousness that he says drives the production of genetically engineered crops—which are, in his view, such barely concealed poisons that he actually dressed his children in full hazmat gear before letting them enter a field of genetically modified corn. Seifert explained his research process in an interview with Nathanael Johnson of Grist: “I didn’t really dig too deep into the scientific aspect.”



Fair enough. Normally, I would ignore anyone who ...

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