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Glyphosate, Hard Water and Nephrotoxic Metals: Are They the Culprits Behind the Epidemic of Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Etiology in Sri Lanka? 

The GMA lattice hypothesis gives rational and consistent explanations to the many observations and unanswered questions associated with the mysterious kidney disease in rural Sri Lanka. Furthermore, it may explain the similar epidemics of CKDu observed in Andra Pradesh, India and Central America. Although glyphosate alone does not cause an epidemic of chronic kidney disease, it seems to have acquired the ability to destroy the renal tissues of thousands of farmers when it forms complexes with a localized geo environmental factor (hardness) and nephrotoxic metals. It is logical to find out other agricultural areas in the World where excessive use of glyphosate and drinking ground water with high hardness and the contamination of ground water and food with nephrotoxic metals have overlapped in causing kidney damage.

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One day after posting that the chief of Monsanto, India admitted to faking testing/safety dataoutright fraud — we have TV personality/science geek Bill Nye cozying up to the Frankenfood company.

What Did Monsanto Show Bill Nye to Make Him Fall “in Love” With GMOs?

Nye has stumbled into a political/corruption war that he is evidently woefully unprepared for. Science geeks can be pretty damn gullible when given so-called evidence by other science geeks. That the evidence is cooked up by a profit-driven house of lies, a very sophisticated one at that, goes right over the geek’s head. Expertise in one area (laboratory) doesn’t translate to expertise in others (deception, lies, corruption, Astroturfing, rigged testing, bribery, etc.).

In his book Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation, published just last November, Nye reiterated these points. His concern about GMOs centered mainly on unintended consequences of growing them over large expanses—he cited the example of crops engineered to resist herbicides, which have been linked pretty decisively to the decline of monarch butterflies, which rely on abundant milkweeds, which in turn have been largely wiped out in the Midwest by GMO-enabled herbicide use. Nye praised certain GMOs, such as corn engineered to repel certain insects, but concluded that “if you’re asking me, we should stop introducing genes from one species into another,” because “we just can’t know what will happen to other species in that modified species’ ecosystem.”

Now, Nye’s doubts have evidently fallen away like milkweeds under a fine mist of herbicide. In a February interview filmed backstage on Bill Maher’s HBO show (starting about 3:40 in the below video), Nye volunteered that he was working on a revision of the GMO section of Undeniable. He gave no details, just that he “went to Monsanto and I spent a lot of time with the scientists there.” As a result, he added with a grin, “I have revised my outlook, and am very excited about telling the world. When you’re in love, you want to tell the world!”

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Shards of Truth in MH17 Investigation (But not at Daily Beast)

Doing what the Dutch investigation has so far declined to do – smear the separatists and Russia – the “Daily Beast” comes up with a belated hit piece, adding exactly nothing new, but taking the opportunity to repeat the US propaganda line…

‘How can you tell it’s a smear job,’ you ask?

The one link to any opposing ideas goes to a discredited piece of obvious disinformation, that infamous Photoshopped picture of an attacking plane. DB uses the smarmy jibe, “as some Russian media claimed,” to pretend they’ve actually looked at both sides of the debate. They have not and will not.

My response there won’t post, so I’m annoyed. Perhaps they have my email and/or IP address on their list as well. But their site won’t put it through, not in Chrome, Opera nor Microsoft Internet Explorer.

So here’s my fuck-you to the Daily Beast:

Propaganda laden bs. The Russian claims of a jet fighter are not because of that bit of photographic disinformation you link to. That was FUD.

The presence of a Ukraine jet fighter was seen by the eyewitnesses on the ground, who were, and are, CENSORED by the BBC (and here as well):

https://politicalfilm.wordpress.com/2014/10/21/censored-bbc-mh-17-eyewitnesses/

Further, two Russian radar monitoring stations tracked the fighter plane as it intercepted the jetliner:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=KSpeo5RcQQo

The Russian organization of engineers finds the air to air — not surface to air — scenario more likely as no one saw or recorded any evidence of a BUK missile. The vapor trail lasts in the sky for up to 10 minutes and is visible for 40km.

https://politicalfilm.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/mh-17-the-untold-story/

They also tested the 30mm cannon of an SU-25 on planes and found similar damage to what is visible at the cockpit of the wreckage.

There’s more, too. The claim of a Buk missile seems to be a PSYOP prepared by the CIA aided Nazi coup regime in Kiev. It used voice recordings of a separatist commander from the previous day, when they actually did shoot down an attacking SU-25 over 60 miles from the location of the Malaysian incident. The audio was chopped up crudely and used to present the rebels as “guilty,” although I’m not sure if a mistaken incident in a war zone where the Ukraine air force regularly bombs and strafes civilians would be considered any kind of “crime.” The intentional shooting down and PSYOP to assign guilt however, by the Kiev government, is a different story.

Audio Psyop:

Kiev’s evidence of militia’s responsibility for airliner crash faked – expert
http://en.itar-tass.com/russia/741521

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