Pesticide Exposure Changes Bees’ Genes — Waking Times – March 8, 2019

Pesticide Exposure Changes Bees’ Genes

Olivia Rosane, EcoWatch
Waking Times

A new study has found that exposure to certain pesticides can alter bees‘ genes, leading researchers to call for tougher regulations on the widely-used chemicals.

The study, published Wednesday in Molecular Ecology, looked at the impact of two neonicotinoidpesticides on bumblebee populations and found that they impacted genes involved in a variety of important biological processes.

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Vaccines are a WEAPON to destroy the body and mind – watch at REAL.video — NaturalNews.com – September 22, 2018

(Natural News) In order to discourage people from believing in God, and instead have them put all their faith in the godless state (atheism), scientists for more than a decade now have been toying around with a so-called “fundamentalist vaccine,” also known as “FunVax,” that they claim will rid people of their “God gene” and….Read more & video

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Altering Human Genetics Through Vaccination — Era of Light – June 29, 2018

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) has launched efforts to create a vaccine that would protect people from most flu strains, all at once, with a single shot. Over the years, I’ve written many articles refuting claims that vaccines are safe and effective, but we’ll put all that aside for the moment…Read more

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Elephants have a gene that makes them resistant to cancer: Scientists find we have it too — March 31, 2018

(Natural News) Is it possible that certain mammals have the innate ability to adapt genetically and decrease their susceptibility to cancer? A recent study published in the journal Cell Reports seems to suggest so, indicating that elephants, the world’s largest land mammal, bear special resistance to cancer that stems from the way their genes have….Read more

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Research Shows Our Genes Are Affected By Thoughts – August 8, 2017

LISA ANN CATANO shares some of the research findings in epigenetics that show us that our genes are affected by our beliefs and thinking more than we realize. Dr. Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist who was at the University of Wisconsin cloning human muscle cells, is best known for challenging the existing belief that the…

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Monsanto’s Next Weedkiller Uses RNA and It’s Far Worse Than RoundUp!

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SOURCE: http://www.wakingtimes.com

Christina Sarich, Staff
Waking Times

The main ingredient in Monsanto’s best-selling herbicide, glyphosate, has already been named the most-used herbicide in history — and the company hopes you will continue to focus on the nefarious ramifications of a two-decades-long spraying spree with this carcinogenic chemical concoction while its patents on ‘RoundUp Ready’ seeds expire.

While you and I are obsessed with glyphosate, Monsanto is turning to other genetically-modified atrocities — like RNA pesticides.

This is the next chemical attack the company will likely wield just as it has before, by using crony capitalism, skewing scientific factssuing non-compliant organic farmers, and trying to monopolize food crops by buying up land and forcing ubiquitous trade dealsthat only well-appointed lobbyists in government capitals support.

Monsanto calls RNA Interference a ‘natural process’ in plants in the same manner they have vowed that glyphosate is ‘safe,’ while industry-discredited scientists have shown that glyphosate exposure, even in infinitesimal amounts, causes cancerous tumor growth. The company explains the process:

Read More: http://www.wakingtimes.com/2016/05/04/monsantos-next-weedkiller-uses-rna-far-worse-Roundup/