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Cancer Not Just Bad Luck
While copying errors during stem cell division are a significant cause of cancer, they are not as important as mutations caused by factors such as radiation and chemical carcinogens; being careful about the environment and our lifestyle are effective ways of reducing our chances of developing cancer
Prof Peter Saunders, 3rd February 2016

First Commercial Bt-Maize was Toxic, Scientist and Farmer Confirm
German Farmer harassed and persecuted by Syngenta for years for finding its Bt-maize 176 highly toxic to his cows now tells the whole story
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 1st February 2016

Meaning of Life & the Universe
Announcing new book. This collection of essays is selected from about a thousand works written over a period of 46 years. They elaborate on what it means to live in a quantum universe as opposed to a mechanistic universe
Mae-Wan Ho, 27th January 2016

Climate Change Revolution in Paris away from Fossil Fuels
“In Paris, there have been many revolutions over the centuries. Today it is the most beautiful and the most peaceful revolution that has just been accomplished – a revolution for climate change.” President Francois Hollande
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 25th January 2016

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Independent Scientists Manifesto on Glyphosate

Banishing Glyphosate

Updated 15th September 2015

Comprehensive and damning evidence links glyphosate herbicides with rising tides of cancers, birth defects, fatal kidney disease, sterility, and dozens of other illnesses. See here for more details


Ban GMOs Now

Ban GMOs Now

The most complete and up-to-date summary of the dangers of GM agriculture in 52 pages. Further details of this report are available here

Purchase a hardcopy from the ISIS bookstore, or download the PDF for free here (13 MB)


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