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    Who gave you the monopoly on defining GMO?

    Who gave you the monopoly on defining GMO?
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ecT2CaL7NA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ecT2CaL7NA
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    Can you restate the fact that you believe has...

    Can you restate the fact that you believe has only one explanation?



    Nope. It's only a science if you can test competing hypotheses against each other. Otherwise, it's just speculation or...
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    LOL, like this? ...

    LOL, like this?


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yi3erdgVVTw
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    You're changing the subject. If I was arguing...

    You're changing the subject. If I was arguing that we should repeal the calorie counts and ingredient lists, then that question would be relevant.



    Maybe. But that's a much bigger and more...
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    When you don't think critically and analytically...

    When you don't think critically and analytically about the results, you're likely to make mistakes. That's why it's important to follow up "the main question" with additional questions, such as "how...
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    If you or anyone else doesn't want to eat GMO...

    If you or anyone else doesn't want to eat GMO foods, that's fine. You already have the option to choose products with a label that reads non-GMO. Some companies willingly put up with the increased...
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    TQP already did a good job answering your...

    TQP already did a good job answering your question, but I'd like to throw in a few extra thoughts.

    How will we make sure that small farmers and seed sellers aren't lying? Won't there likely be...
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    Ah, the law of unintended consequences.

    Ah, the law of unintended consequences.
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    I guess that's why we need the GMO labels -- so...

    I guess that's why we need the GMO labels -- so people can stop eating broccoli and seedless bananas lol.
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    Finding facts and then constructing theories that...

    Finding facts and then constructing theories that explain them is a good approach. But it only takes us so far.

    For example, we could start with the fact that Japanese people live longer than...
  12. My knee was bothering me for a few months. I...

    My knee was bothering me for a few months. I recently started experimenting with adding dairy into my diet and increasing my carb intake.

    For whatever reason, my knee feels much better. And the...
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    Interesting stuff. I recently heard Danny...

    Interesting stuff.

    I recently heard Danny Roddy talking about how children consume and expend a lot of energy (relative to their size). Then he suggested that this might explain why a child's...
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    Because some companies cater to people who care...

    Because some companies cater to people who care about non-GMO. So it's good business for them. It's not good business for every other company and their consumers. Which is part of the reason they...
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    LOL! That's great. Well played.

    LOL! That's great. Well played.
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    That's interesting. I could definitely see that...

    That's interesting. I could definitely see that working well. Especially since it minimizes cooking and eliminates food decisions -- so it's very simple. As an added bonus it flies in the face of the...
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    Some non-GMO foods are labeled. So maybe what...

    Some non-GMO foods are labeled.

    So maybe what you're really asking is: Why isn't there a mandate to label all GMO foods. A few potential answers were provided above:





    There are other...
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    I'm honestly not trying to start a PUFA war. And...

    I'm honestly not trying to start a PUFA war. And I don't even disagree that PUFAs are bad. I'm just curious where the evidence is, but every time it's posted on here it seems week. Honestly, I've...
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    If a rat switched from eating 100% pork to 100%...

    If a rat switched from eating 100% pork to 100% beef their PUFA intake would go from approximately 1.2% to 0.5%. Let's assume the PUFAs in each are completely made up of linoleate (which they're...
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    Yes, I understand that's the plateau point. But...

    Yes, I understand that's the plateau point. But that's linoleate, not total PUFA consumption. I'm not even sure if you can get near that level of linoleate on anything other than the most artificial...
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    That's Kleiber's law...

    That's Kleiber's law, right?

    That relates metabolism (not consumption) to body weight. And that's more of an average across species, which ignores variability. In fact, Kleiber's Law shouldn't...
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    I've seen several products at the grocery store...

    I've seen several products at the grocery store that say non-GMO on them, so it's not entirely true that people don't have the information. I think what you're talking about is whether or not this...
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    You might be right about this study, but it's...

    You might be right about this study, but it's hard to tell.

    They say "each diet contained 20% fat by weight", which I'm assuming means that if a rat ate 100 grams of food, 20 of those grams would...
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    Do you guys apply this logic outside of food? The...

    Do you guys apply this logic outside of food? The health consequences of many things haven't been properly tested, from laptops to cell phones. Maybe we should all become Luddites.
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    Nothing, necessarily. But it's possible that the...

    Nothing, necessarily. But it's possible that the health benefits of eating certain types of natural food (salmon, pork) might overcompensate for the small amount of PUFAs. Who knows.



    Even...
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