An anti-GMO activist who compared some journalists and publishers to Nazis and called for the "killing of those engaged in heinous crimes against humanity" says he has never condoned vigilante violence, and that such charges are an attempt by the biotech industry to discredit critics of genetically engineered foods.
In a post yesterday, I reported that Mike Adams, who describes himself as an "activist-turned-scientist," wrote that some reporters and publishers were "Monsanto collaborators"
Would you like to earn $300 for a 60-minute call with a market-research firm studying macular degeneration and its treatments?
We're talking lawyer's wages here; I don't know any journalists who make $300 an hour.
With that in mind, might we suspect that the firm wanted something more for its money than a chat?
The Canadian Science Writers' Association considered this situation, but it didn't share my skepticism. Instead, it forwarded the offer to its members, saying in its cheery email, "Here
It’s really foreboding when the waters run red like blood. In this modern society, it typically means pollution. Suspicious Blood-red Water Inundates River in Wenzhou. An inner city waterway in the eastern city of Wenzhou was found to have been inundated by an influx of blood-red water this morning. Local residents say the river was… Source: Doubtful News
An extremely odd story of a film crew freaked the heck out by so-called “spirits” and claiming to be harassed and even possessed by them. Never mind the fact that it’s a FILM CREW with cameras and sound recorders, all we get is they “saw it with their own eyes”. Uptight spirits spook tv film… Source: Doubtful News