Tag: Brandon Turbeville

Neuroscientists Discover Previously Mysterious Function of Cannabinoid Receptor

By Brandon Turbeville According to researchers from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE), the cannabinoid Type 2 receptor, also known as a CB2 receptor, plays a vital role in processing brain signals. Up until this point, the CB2 receptor was considered to be part of the immune system without any nerve cell function. If…

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BPA Shown to Have Damaging Effects On In Vitro Fertilization

By Brandon Turbeville Long-known to have serious health effects on both animals and humans, BPA (Bisphenol-A) is still one of the most prevalent health-damaging chemicals present in the everyday life in the Western world. Fred vom Saal, an endocrinologist with the University of Missouri has studied BPA and its effects, particularly on the reproductive system…

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MSM Can’t Understand Why Consumers Want Non-GMO Despite Industry Science

By Brandon Turbeville The mainstream media seems oddly perplexed. A few days after a report released by the National Research Council claiming to “prove” that GMOs are safe to eat and are harmless, data still shows that customers want non-GMO food and they are doing whatever they can to get it. Many outlets are now…

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Monsanto Threatens Argentina Over Recent Food Inspection Decision

By Brandon Turbeville In yet one more example of how Monsanto will stop at nothing to achieve total domination of the food supply, the major agricultural corporation is now attempting to use its toxic product as leverage against the Argentinian government. After a dispute between Monsanto and Argentina regarding the inspection of genetically modified soybeans,…

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Report Shows “Respected” NRC Scientists Bound to Big Ag

By Brandon Turbeville On the day before the National Research Council was scheduled to release its “multi-year research report” regarding GMO food and GM crops, Food and Water Watch has released its own report revealing numerous conflicts of interest at both the NRC and the National Academy of Sciences. The report entitled, “Under the Influence:…

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Monsanto CEO Has “Feels” Hurt by GMO Debate

By Brandon Turbeville Hugh Grant, Monsanto’s CEO, is having a rough time these days. He’s upset about the state of the country and uncivilized debates. More specifically, Grant is upset over the “heated rhetoric” surrounding the GMO debate in America. “The thing that drives [me] a little bit nuts, and is the frustrating piece in…

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Big Candy Breaks Up With GMO Sugar Beets, Leaves GM Producers in Lurch

By Brandon Turbeville Despite a world-wide economic depression, U.S. consumers appear to be fighting back against the power of Big Agri and GMO food corporations. After seizing control of virtually all the means of production of sugar beets, GM food corporations might be getting dealt a blow that resembles a self-imposed checkmate. Ever since around…

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Is This the 4th Recent Nuclear Disaster to Strike the U.S.?

By Brandon Turbeville Is there any nuclear site in the United States that is not currently collapsing, leaking or otherwise posing a major health or environmental risk? Certainly there are, but that number is becoming smaller and smaller. In addition to three other nuclear disasters unfolding across the country, a fourth has now arisen. This…

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Monsanto Set to Fight Argentina Over “Royalties” Owed By Farmers

By Brandon Turbeville While the Argentine government has recently shown signs that it may take the side of farmers over Monsanto, the international agricultural corporation is not willing to simply accept defeat. Nor is it even willing to accept a minor obstacle in its attempt to dominate the food supply. Shortly after the government of President…

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Argentina: Government Shows Signs of Siding With Farmers in Dispute With Monsanto

By Brandon Turbeville The world’s third largest soy exporter may have just dealt another blow to the multi-national agricultural company Monsanto. A simple decree by the Argentine government regarding food inspection may signal an even bigger step in the right direction for the South American country in the future. The issue surrounds the fact that…

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