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Science in Society #61 - Spring 2014

The only radical science magazine on Earth

Science in Society 61 cover

Contents

From the Editors
Politically Correct Science for the Masses
No Nuclear
Fukushima Crisis Goes Global
Congenital Hypothyroidism & Fukushima Fallout in the US
UK Government’s Great Nuclear Blunder
SiS Commentary
Caution Needed for the Precautionary Principle
Safeguarding Science for Public Good
Thousands Condemn Retraction & Pledge Elsevier Boycott
Chorus of Condemnation on Seralini Retraction Worldwide
Retracting Seralini Study Violates Science & Ethics
Open Letter on Retraction and Pledge to Boycott Elsevier
Ban GMOs
GMO Labelling & Non-GMO Labelling a Win-Win
Hawaii’s Big Island Leads the Way in Banning GMOs
Don’t Grow Bt Brinjal
Resource Depletion Alert
Phosphorus Starvation Threatens the World
I-SIS News
I-SIS Director Wins Science Award
Food & Agriculture
New European Seed Legislation: Winners and Losers
New Science of Water
Large Structured Water Clusters Caught on Camera
New Science of the Organism
Natural Gene Therapy for Precision and Safety
Philosophy and Science
The Gospel According to Popper
Technology Watch
New Hazards in GMOs from Synonymous Mutations
I-SIS Interview
Mae-Wan Ho Answers 10 (actually 11) Questions on GMOs, Science, & Life
Holistic Health
The Forgotten Organ –- The Human Microbiota
How Microbes Influence our Minds

Article first published 17/02/16



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