This whole thread is confusing, and stupid. Might as well add to the global madness.
Oprah interviewing (enabling) Gore on her show, at the end of his dog and pony show - "Where do we get more information on global warming?"
Gore - "Ya gotta buy my DVD and book."
True story, watched that episode thanks to my wife.
An observation from a couple of your links/comments on this thread. It looks like you are letting your feelings/bias against Al Gore influence you from keeping an open mind about global warming/climate change.
I don't tend to argue about global warming with strangers on the internet but it is a pet peeve of mine when someone mocks the subject, while at the same time demonstrating that they do not understand the difference between climate and weather.
We still have Flat-Earthers, so I guess it is no surprise that there is no convincing people who don't believe in global warming. And, that's fine. Life will go on (for some time at least !).
absolutely amazing and appaling...
ive noticed this on youtube
so much for the next generation...https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=flat+earth
IMO, the real danger with things like glyphosate and GMO's are ...
where does it stop ?
When everything we eat will be completely synthetic, made with
pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers etc...
and the meat is contaminated with steroids, hormones, antibiotics...
(im vegan, that doesn't bother me)
But, are we not going in the wrong direction ?
Where does it stop ?
We have the knowledge to grow food without these chemicals
some farmers have started going to "no-till" and started using cover-crops.
and reducing the need for chemicals
But i think its a bit early yet to know what our food system will look like in 30 yrs.
lets hope the future brings healthy natural food.
Glyphosate-based herbicides reduce the activity and reproduction of earthworms and lead to increased soil nutrient concentrationshttp://www.nature.com/articles/srep12886
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) improve water access and soil minerals for plants, improve
drought tolerance and help with resistance against pathogens. Recent research has found that
glyphosate (and/or its metabolite AMPA) reduces the spore viability and root colonisation of
AMF, and could reduce plant diversity.43 Another study found a 40% reduction of mycorrhization
after the application of Roundup in soils that had been amended with the mycorrhizal fungi,
Dr. Kremer talks glyphosate (RoundUp) and soil healthhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpJSdSXAlwg