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Unifying Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity
Milo Wolff's Universe of coherent quantum matter waves claims to overcome difficulties and paradoxes in conventional quantum theory and general relativity with applications in electronics and cosmology
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 3rd March 2016

Mystery of Disappearing Quasars
A dozen quasars - the brightest furthest beacons of the early universe – have suddenly blinked out, forcing a rethink of conventional theory
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 24th February 2016

Gravitational Waves Exist, but Colliding Black Holes?
More than half a century of dedicated effort to build the most sensitive detectors of gravitational waves has finally paid off, but its presumed source remains unconvincing
Dr Mae-Wan Ho, 22nd February 2016

Announcing Science in Society 69 - Spring 2016
Climate Change Revolution in Paris away from Fossil Fuels | Towards 100 % Renewables | Freeing the World from GMOs | Technology Watch | SiS obituary - Joe Cummins | Health Watch | Epigenetics | Announcing new book
ISIS, 17th February 2016

Monarch Butterfly Decline Linked to Glyphosate
Butterfly numbers are dwindling amid emergency efforts to mitigate habitat damage by glyphosate-tolerant crop cultivation
Dr Eva Sirinathsinghji, 10th February 2016

Parents’ Eating Habits Can Affect the Health of Future Generations
Metabolic disease transmitted through sperm RNAs while mothers pass microbiome diversity to their children
Dr Eva Sirinathsinghji, 8th February 2016

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

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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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