Lexica (lexica510) wrote,
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sentences that tell you "nope, no need to finish reading this article"

From an article in Policy Review, now published by the Hoover Institution:
Scientists agree, however, that gene-spliced crops and foods are not only better for the natural environment than conventionally produced food crops, but also safer for consumers.
"Scientists agree". Really? Which ones? How many of them? Would those be the same scientists that agree there's no validity to global warming climate change?
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