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Cookies or Conspiracies Round 2: Are GMOs a No No?

Hey All,

Sorry for the late notice. The Meetup servers were down, and then I forgot what date we decided on so I thought I had more time than I did. I have some articles below, but please feel free to add articles, videos, and any other media you find relevant in the comments. See you all soon!

Picking up from our last theme, we will continue with the notion that conspiracies arise from the desire to confirm one's bias as opposed to seek out rational and objective facts. In this debate we will be discussing Genetically Modified Organisms, more commonly known as GMOs.

Articles for the conspiracy:

Articles against it:

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  • Steve A.

    Because of Myle's record for excellent videos on these subjects, I will contribute another one of his videos that is relevant to the conversation we had. My claim of invalid claims of the dangers of GMOs went without opportunity for my rebuttal, so allow him to do so for me (also, as an added bonus look out for the secret benefit of roundup the article authors wanted to keep from you)

    March 16, 2014

  • Stan

    Can't make it today. Have to attend my great nephew's birthday party. See you in April.

    March 15, 2014

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