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With this book I'm torn. I find that the author took great care in picking out his topics but in many circumstances failed to deliver the final message. Read morePublished 9 days ago by William H. Folk II
A very accurate representation of myths and conspiracy theories surrounding modern biotechnologies.
I really enjoyed reading it and think it might be eye-opening to some... Read more
As I read the book I found myself thinking of a "Dead Horse" and the act of Kicking. The book was repeative, and the author seemed to contradict many himself at times. Read morePublished 2 months ago by WAYNE
Specter analyzes the phenomenon of otherwise intelligent people denying clear, convincing, even irrefutable evidence if it contradicts their cherished beliefs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Eric O. Allstrom
Good treatment of the Vioxx , organic foods, genetically modified foods and the like. The last couple of chapters on technology are superfluous for most people. A good read.Published 5 months ago by Hellis35
This book is the beginning of what people should be thinking like. A world with more scientists and less denialists.Published 7 months ago by Mark Stringer
I looked at these reviews after I read the book, and was a little shocked at the low scores. But, maybe I shouldn't be. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Travis D Hilbig
His attacks on organic farming and local eating were bad enough. But his glowing reverence for gene-splicing was hard to take. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Alex Riggle
or... Welcome to the new world order, heres your book, now put on this uniform
So genetically engineered food is good? Read more