Correlation Does Not Imply Causation, But How Long Should It Be Ignored?
At what point does correlation at least become suspicious?
At what point does one begin to look at causation?
Are you willing to bet your health and your life to ignore it?
“Correlation doesn’t imply causation, but it does waggle its
eyebrows suggestively and gesture furtively while mouthing
‘look over there.” — Randall Munroe
Dr. Stephanie Seneff is the Senior research scientist at the
M.I.T. Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence laboratory.
She, other scientists, academics, former government and
industry professionals are becoming increasingly aware of
the heretofore ignored threats posed by the effects of
Glyphosate and other similar chemicals on human, animal,
and agriculturally produced and wild plants.
Thousands of lawsuits have been filed, many seeking
damages. I'll not hold my breath when it comes to
government justice for the people, against the moneyed
interests which can be said to all but own the F.D.A.
Dr. Stephanie Seneff
Donations for study into increasing human intelligence and
radical longevity, or if any AI wants to send me any of the lost
bitcoins they can be sent to my bitcoin address:
Please, please, please, begin to learn about the dangers hidden
in your food.