Science in Society Archive

Important Books & Reports

Banishing Glyphosate

Banishing Glyphosate - Dr. Eva Sirinathsinghji, Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and others

Glyphosate/Roundup, falsely claimed by Monsanto to be safe and harmless, has become the world’s most widely and pervasively used herbicide; it has brought rising tides of birth defects, cancers, fatal kidney disease, sterility, and dozens of other illnesses - more

Ban GMOs Now

Ban GMOs Now - Dr. Mae-Wan Ho and Dr. Eva Sirinathsinghji

Health & environmental hazards especially in the light of the new genetics - more

Living Rainbow H2O

Living Rainbow H2O - Dr. Mae-Wan Ho

A unique synthesis of the latest findings in the quantum physics and chemistry of water that tells you why water is the “means, medium, and message of life” - more

The Rainbow and the Worm - the Physics of Organisms

The Rainbow and the Worm - the Physics of Organisms - Dr. Mae-Wan Ho

“Probably the Most Important Book for the Coming Scientific Revolution” - more

Science in Society #59 - Autumn 2013

The only radical science magazine on Earth

Science in Society 59 cover

Contents

From the Editors
Nuclear Subsidies Largesse by other Names
Freeing the World from GMOs
China’s Consumers Reject GMOs
“Disappearing Rats & Dying Pigs” Are GMOs to Blame?
Why Ban GMOs Now
US Staple Crop System Failing from GM & Monoculture
Why GMOs Can Never be Safe
RNA Interference “Complex and Flexible” & Beyond Control
Cisgenic is still Genetic Modification with All the Attendant Risks
How Non-GM Cassava Can Help Feed the World
SiS Commentary
Genes Not Eligible for Patents
The Wonders of Graphene
Graphene & the New Age of Carbon
Why Graphene is Amazing
Graphene Micro-Supercapacitors for On-Chip Energy
Graphene Oxide for Nuclear Decontamination
Graphene & Solar Power for the Masses
Graphene Molecular Sieves for Desalination and Purification
Graphene from Greenhouse Gases to Save the Climate
Water
Water is Life
Learning to Flow
Technology Watch
Insecticide Blamed for Bee Decline also Lethal to Aquatic Organisms

Article first published 17/02/16



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