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Howard, M., Infographic Draft

Madison Howard


Artist Statement

6 October 2018

Artist Statement

For my info graphic I chose to do it over the use of biotechnology and genetic engineering of plants and animals. 268 more words


Lindstrom, T, Infographic Draft

Artist Statement

Throughout the course of the assignment I have learned many things, whether it was a new topic that has been out of my radar or learning something completely new that I have never even imagined me doing. 360 more words

MWF, 10 AM

Fact Checking March Against Monsanto Protesters (FULL VIDEO)

Over the past few years, I have been attending March Against #Monsanto protests in the UK in an attempt to gain an insight into why so many people are against this one company in particular. 129 more words

YouTube Videos

Study May Confirm GMO DNA is Transferred to Human Consumers

Scientists used to think that DNA from our food was always broken down during digestion. But a number of research studies aggregately show otherwise. The truth is, whole genes from other organisms can remain intact after we consume them and they can be found in our bloodstreams! 846 more words


US biological weapons

Defensive bioweapon? DARPA wants insects to spread genetically modified viruses… to ‘save crops’

A US military program dubbed ‘Insect Allies’ could be used as a biological weapon, a group of European scientists warns. 1,195 more words

Protect Your Body From GMO's, Pesticides, Glyphosate, Toxins and More!

It is 6:38pm after a long day of teaching high schoolers and I am bursting with energy. I am truly amazed that it only took 4 days to feel this way. 314 more words

People aren't Glutards. They're just Glyphucked.

The prevalence of this chemical is prolific. From tampons to vaccines it has been discovered everywhere. And it’s making us sick.

By WineWaterWatch.org

“Additionally, the number of people diagnosed with gluten intolerance and celiac disease has risen in tandem with the increased use of glyphosate in agriculture, especially with the recent practice of  732 more words