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Jury Says Roundup Weed Killer Contributed To Man's Cancer
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After 5 days of deliberation the jury concluded the weed killer was a
"substantial factor" in causing non-Hodgkins lymphoma in the plaintiff. It's
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When 90% of a city gets wiped out, you might think it would merit just a
little coverage by our news media? Doh! Sorry, it's in Africa. Therefore off
the media map, unless it's terrorism. africanews.com/2019/03/18/90-#
[Beira is bigger than Atlanta or Miami].

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Jury Says Roundup Weed Killer Contributed To Man's Cancer
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[Beira is bigger than Atlanta or Miami].
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as it tracks parallel to the Pilbara coast. There is a chance it will
cross the WA coast later in the week.
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the Penn to the Gulf. Trevor is the strongest storm to make landfall
so far this season].
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The WA Government is playing hardball in an effort to shut down one of the
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remaining locals "for their own protection".
The first wild eastern bettongs born on Australia's mainland in a century
have all been killed
ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 23:46Z
Of the 67 eastern bettongs released into the wild near Canberra 18 months ago,
none have survived, but researchers say the program was still a success
because it saw the first wild joeys born in 100 years.
Cyclone Veronica forms off WA coast with warning 'strong system' could hit
Pilbara
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The Bureau of Meteorology says it is concerned a low pressure system that
developed into Tropical Cyclone Veronica overnight could reach WA's Pilbara
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"agricultural glyphosate" kills plants, we needed to genetically modify crops to tolerate it, now we shouldnt be surprised the human body's immune system tries to deal with it but cant in some instances
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Jury Says Roundup Weed Killer Contributed To Man's Cancer
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After 5 days of deliberation the jury concluded the weed killer was a
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little coverage by our news media? Doh! Sorry, it's in Africa. Therefore off
the media map, unless it's terrorism. africanews.com/2019/03/18/90-#
[Beira is bigger than Atlanta or Miami].
Cyclone Idai is the worst weather disaster to ever hit the Southern
Hemisphere, says the UN: - Hundreds dead in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and
Malawi - Flooded areas 30 miles wide in Mozambique - Officials estimate over
1,000 dead in Mozambique - 2.6 mn people affected by flooding
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ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 19:26Z
A 12-week nicotine replacement program will cost the state's taxpayers $2
mn over the next 4 years as the state's prisons prepare to go
smoke-free.
Queensland fines revenue on track to nudge half-a-bn dollars, figures
reveal
ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 19:42Z
The rollout of new speed cameras and upgraded red light cameras are bringing
in tens of mns of dollars in additional revenue to the Queensland
Government, with the figure expected to surpass half-a-bn dollars by
2020-21.
Tasmania poised to declare victory in war against carp
ABC Radio Hobart, 19 Mar 2019 20:01Z
European carp is known as the "rabbit of the river" due to its prolific
breeding habits, but the 25-year battle to eradicate it from Tasmanian lakes
is nearing an end.
Cyclone Trevor moves across Cape York Peninsula as category-two system
ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 20:12Z
The Far North Queensland communities of Aurukun and Weipa are next in the
firing line as Tropical Cyclone Trevor continues to track towards the Gulf
of Carpentaria after bringing down trees with its 133kph winds yesterday.
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ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 20:31Z
The system is expected to rapidly intensify to cat3 by tomorrow night
as it tracks parallel to the Pilbara coast. There is a chance it will
cross the WA coast later in the week.
[Elsewhere, the BoM says 300mm have fallen in FNQ as Trevor crosses
the Penn to the Gulf. Trevor is the strongest storm to make landfall
so far this season].
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most toxic sites in the Southern Hemisphere, making moves to force out the
remaining locals "for their own protection".
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have all been killed
ABC News, 19 Mar 2019 23:46Z
Of the 67 eastern bettongs released into the wild near Canberra 18 months ago,
none have survived, but researchers say the program was still a success
because it saw the first wild joeys born in 100 years.
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Pilbara
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2019-03-20 19:15:59 UTC
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"agricultural glyphosate" kills plants, we needed to genetically
modify crops to tolerate it, now we shouldnt be surprised the human
body's immune system tries to deal with it but cant in some instances
If we dont get rid of the weeds we wont have enough pasture to raise
food crops.
Genetics are a no no with the insane and ignorant.
They seem unaware that everything living thing is a product of genetic
modification known as evolution.....


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"agricultural glyphosate" kills plants, we needed to genetically
modify crops to tolerate it, now we shouldnt be surprised the human
body's immune system tries to deal with it but cant in some instances
If we dont get rid of the weeds we wont have enough pasture to raise
food crops.
Generic reply meant to pander to your authority, yet you cannot point to where i stated weeds were good
Post by George
Genetics are a no no with the insane and ignorant.
They seem unaware that everything living thing is a product of genetic
modification known as evolution.....
What is ignorant is the denials from you trolls, you mention evolution as if the adaption to round up would take place in time frame fast enough to save those suffering from cancers associated with exposure.


On the same note chompers mentions U.V. yet cannot site how we have adapted, he cannot show how we have biologically evolved to a more protective state even though UV has been a problem for all human existence.

We had to modify our food sources to adapt to the round up, making them "round up ready" apparently dumb fucks like you and chompers have this notion we dont need to change use of the product because eventually we may adapt.
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"agricultural glyphosate" kills plants, we needed to genetically
modify crops to tolerate it, now we shouldnt be surprised the human
body's immune system tries to deal with it but cant in some instances
If we dont get rid of the weeds we wont have enough pasture to raise
food crops.
Generic reply meant to pander to your authority, yet you cannot point to where i stated weeds were good
Post by George
Genetics are a no no with the insane and ignorant.
They seem unaware that everything living thing is a product of genetic
modification known as evolution.....
What is ignorant is the denials from you trolls, you mention evolution as if the adaption to round up would take place in time frame fast enough to save those suffering from cancers associated with exposure.
Hillbillies generally have less than a child's understanding of evolution.

Evolution is a socialist. It dont care about individuals or even species
but only the biosphere as a whole.

It generally is a good thing for species that individuals dont hang around
too long. It's quite routine to inherit "defects" that ensure longevity
is approx optimal for the context (i.e. environment de jour).

For the biosphere transliterate prev in obvious way.

One such defect is the affinity of the sugar chain holding up DNA to break
under bombardment of modest amounts of UV radiation. This defect has been
around since life on earth kicked off.

It not only speeds up mutations i.e. diversity but kills off
out-of-their-depth old white individuals well past their use by date.

About 1000 Aussies pa die from sunlight-induced cancers.
Post by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
On the same note chompers mentions U.V. yet cannot site how we have adapted, he cannot show how we have biologically evolved to a more protective state even though UV has been a problem for all human existence.
We had to modify our food sources to adapt to the round up, making them "round up ready" apparently dumb fucks like you and chompers have this notion we dont need to change use of the product because eventually we may adapt.
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Post by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
"agricultural glyphosate" kills plants, we needed to genetically
modify crops to tolerate it, now we shouldnt be surprised the human
body's immune system tries to deal with it but cant in some instances
If we dont get rid of the weeds we wont have enough pasture to raise
food crops.
Generic reply meant to pander to your authority, yet you cannot point to where i stated weeds were good
Post by George
Genetics are a no no with the insane and ignorant.
They seem unaware that everything living thing is a product of genetic
modification known as evolution.....
What is ignorant is the denials from you trolls, you mention evolution as if the adaption to round up would take place in time frame fast enough to save those suffering from cancers associated with exposure.
Hillbillies generally have less than a child's understanding of evolution.
Evolution is a socialist. It dont care about individuals or even species
but only the biosphere as a whole.
It generally is a good thing for species that individuals dont hang around
too long. It's quite routine to inherit "defects" that ensure longevity
is approx optimal for the context (i.e. environment de jour).
For the biosphere transliterate prev in obvious way.
One such defect is the affinity of the sugar chain holding up DNA to break
under bombardment of modest amounts of UV radiation. This defect has been
around since life on earth kicked off.
It not only speeds up mutations i.e. diversity but kills off
out-of-their-depth old white individuals well past their use by date.
About 1000 Aussies pa die from sunlight-induced cancers.
Post by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
On the same note chompers mentions U.V. yet cannot site how we have adapted, he cannot show how we have biologically evolved to a more protective state even though UV has been a problem for all human existence.
We had to modify our food sources to adapt to the round up, making them "round up ready" apparently dumb fucks like you and chompers have this notion we dont need to change use of the product because eventually we may adapt.
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science of any kind and hence hasn't heard of the term isotope.]
Skin pigmentation is an adaption older than humans, if chom and george go down that path they admit darker skin individuals are more evolved/advanced in adaptation to U.V. than light skinned individuals.

Monsanto has a problem, and these trolls are posting some stupid stuff attempting to deflect/defend the company.
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Post by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
"agricultural glyphosate" kills plants, we needed to genetically
modify crops to tolerate it, now we shouldnt be surprised the human
body's immune system tries to deal with it but cant in some instances
If we dont get rid of the weeds we wont have enough pasture to raise
food crops.
Generic reply meant to pander to your authority, yet you cannot point to where i stated weeds were good
Post by George
Genetics are a no no with the insane and ignorant.
They seem unaware that everything living thing is a product of genetic
modification known as evolution.....
What is ignorant is the denials from you trolls, you mention evolution as if the adaption to round up would take place in time frame fast enough to save those suffering from cancers associated with exposure.
Hillbillies generally have less than a child's understanding of evolution.
Evolution is a socialist. It dont care about individuals or even species
but only the biosphere as a whole.
It generally is a good thing for species that individuals dont hang around
too long. It's quite routine to inherit "defects" that ensure longevity
is approx optimal for the context (i.e. environment de jour).
For the biosphere transliterate prev in obvious way.
One such defect is the affinity of the sugar chain holding up DNA to break
under bombardment of modest amounts of UV radiation. This defect has been
around since life on earth kicked off.
It not only speeds up mutations i.e. diversity but kills off
out-of-their-depth old white individuals well past their use by date.
About 1000 Aussies pa die from sunlight-induced cancers.
Post by columbiaaccidentinvestigation
On the same note chompers mentions U.V. yet cannot site how we have adapted, he cannot show how we have biologically evolved to a more protective state even though UV has been a problem for all human existence.
We had to modify our food sources to adapt to the round up, making them "round up ready" apparently dumb fucks like you and chompers have this notion we dont need to change use of the product because eventually we may adapt.
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Skin pigmentation is an adaption older than humans, if chom and george go down that path they admit darker skin individuals are more evolved/advanced in adaptation to U.V. than light skinned individuals.
Monsanto has a problem, and these trolls are posting some stupid stuff attempting to deflect/defend the company.
Trace amounts have not been found to be unsafe in diet. It has been
found to likely cause cancer when exposure is other than diet. Not
mentioned was new studies that found an increase in glyphosate in
cereals since farmers have started using it to finish crops.

"Along with wheat and oats, glyphosate is used to desiccate a wide
range of other crops including lentils, peas, non-GMO soybeans, corn,
flax, rye, triticale, buckwheat, millet, canola, sugar beets and
potatoes. Sunflowers may also be treated pre-harvest with glyphosate,
according to the National Sunflower Association.

Benbrook says that a large portion of edible beans grown in Washington
and Idaho are desiccatted with glyphosate."This not for weed control.

It is now found in baby foods etc. And now this.
"A chemical found in the world’s most widely used weedkiller can have
disrupting effects on sexual development, genes and beneficial gut
bacteria at doses considered safe, according to a wide-ranging pilot
study in rats.

Glyphosate is the core ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide and
levels found in the human bloodstream have spiked by more than a
1,000% in the last two decades."
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/may/16/glyphosate-shown-to-disrupt-microbiome-at-safe-levels-study-claims

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It is now found in baby foods etc. And now this.
"A chemical found in the world?s most widely used weedkiller can have
disrupting effects on sexual development, genes and beneficial gut
bacteria at doses considered safe, according to a wide-ranging pilot
study in rats.
Glyphosate is the core ingredient in Monsanto?s Roundup herbicide and
levels found in the human bloodstream have spiked by more than a
1,000% in the last two decades."
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/may/16/glyphosate-shown-to-disrupt-microbiome-at-safe-levels-study-claims
Now that is interesting. Because this is well-known for certain
populations favoring large scale industrial ag::

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Juries are composed of science illiterate morons. The is no evidence that it causes and disease.
Are you claiming you exhausted all avenues in your pursuit of information when you reached the conclusion "there is no evidence", or are you just acting like a moron complaining about shit you dont understand?
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Juries are composed of science illiterate morons. The is no evidence that it causes and disease.
Are you claiming you exhausted all avenues in your pursuit of information when you reached the conclusion "there is no evidence", or are you just acting like a moron complaining about shit you dont understand?
You gotta love kooks.
The mere fact a jury found X is obveeslee evidence that X.
Within seconds some kook jumps out and says it nebba happened.
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Juries are composed of science illiterate morons. The is no evidence that it causes and disease.
The WHO finds you are wrong.

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Juries are composed of science illiterate morons. The is no evidence that it causes and disease.
The WHO finds you are wrong.
Non-sciency people don't grasp that it's all about exposure.

In the case of glyphosate, a couple of studies exposed lab animals to
extreme doses of the stuff over a period of time that would never occur
in the real world. They found a slight statistical increase in certain
types of tumors (control animals also developed cancers).

OTOH, studies that examined real world exposure of farmers, consumers,
etc., found no statistical increase.

Basically, 100% safe for real-world use, but not quite 100% safe to feed
lab rats a steady undiluted diet of it for years.

Wow, shocking!

It's not 100% safe to sit out in the sunlight either, ultraviolet light
is a 100% confirmed carcinogen.

Whereas glyphosate is classed as "probable carcinogen", which means the
body of research is uncertain.

Like they say, lotteries are a tax on people who are really bad at math.

Likewise, people who fear glyphosate will make them sick are also really
bad at math.
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Juries are composed of science illiterate morons. The is no evidence that it causes and disease.
The WHO finds you are wrong.
Non-sciency people don't grasp that it's all about exposure.
In the case of glyphosate, a couple of studies exposed lab animals to
extreme doses of the stuff over a period of time that would never occur
in the real world. They found a slight statistical increase in certain
types of tumors (control animals also developed cancers).
OTOH, studies that examined real world exposure of farmers, consumers,
etc., found no statistical increase.
Not really, studies found a connection in countries where exposure was highly regulated, which means the connection will get stronger as the studies are funded to study the problem
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Basically, 100% safe for real-world use, but not quite 100% safe to feed
lab rats a steady undiluted diet of it for years.
Not really, the industry needed to genetically modify seeds to make them "roundup ready" as it was too effective and damaged the crops
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Wow, shocking!
It's not 100% safe to sit out in the sunlight either, ultraviolet light
is a 100% confirmed carcinogen.
So a scientist synthetically modifies a substance which is toxic, the company profits after they purchase the rights, but only after we genetically modify crops to not die when its applied and you compared it to the sun, STUPID ANALOGY dismissed with logic.

On the other hand, clearly the company is waiting for people to die from other causes hoping their asses wont be held responsible.
Post by Chom Noamsky
Whereas glyphosate is classed as "probable carcinogen", which means the
body of research is uncertain.
Like they say, lotteries are a tax on people who are really bad at math.
Likewise, people who fear glyphosate will make them sick are also really
bad at math.
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Juries are composed of science illiterate morons. The is no evidence that it causes and disease.
The WHO finds you are wrong.
Non-sciency people don't grasp that it's all about exposure.
In the case of glyphosate, a couple of studies exposed lab animals to
extreme doses of the stuff over a period of time that would never occur
in the real world. They found a slight statistical increase in certain
types of tumors (control animals also developed cancers).
OTOH, studies that examined real world exposure of farmers, consumers,
etc., found no statistical increase.
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U.S. jury says Bayer must pay $80 million to man in Roundup cancer trial

Alexandria Sage, Tina Bellon
28 Mar 2019 01:52Z

San Francisco/New York (Reuters). A U.S. jury on Wednesday awarded $80
million (£60.5 million) to a man who claimed his use of Bayer AG's
glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup caused his cancer, in the latest
legal setback for the company facing thousands of similar lawsuits.

The jury in San Francisco federal court said the company was liable
for plaintiff Edwin Hardeman's non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

It awarded $5 million in compensatory damages and $75 million in
punitive damages to Hardeman after finding that Roundup was
defectively designed, that Monsanto failed to warn of the herbicide's
cancer risk and that the company acted negligently.

Bayer bought Roundup maker Monsanto last year for $63 billion.

[It was a bright sunny day -- like the day Chevron bought Texaco].
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2019-03-29 20:08:57 UTC
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U.S. jury says Bayer must pay $80 million to man in Roundup cancer trial
Alexandria Sage, Tina Bellon
28 Mar 2019 01:52Z
San Francisco/New York (Reuters). A U.S. jury on Wednesday awarded $80
million (£60.5 million) to a man who claimed his use of Bayer AG's
glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup caused his cancer, in the latest
legal setback for the company facing thousands of similar lawsuits.
The jury in San Francisco federal court said the company was liable
for plaintiff Edwin Hardeman's non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
It awarded $5 million in compensatory damages and $75 million in
punitive damages to Hardeman after finding that Roundup was
defectively designed, that Monsanto failed to warn of the herbicide's
cancer risk and that the company acted negligently.
Bayer bought Roundup maker Monsanto last year for $63 billion.
[It was a bright sunny day -- like the day Chevron bought Texaco].
He has multiple cancers and won't live long to enjoy the money.

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U.S. jury says Bayer must pay $80 million to man in Roundup cancer trial
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He has multiple cancers and won't live long to enjoy the money.
At least his cancer wont send the family bankrupt.
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