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article imageGMO mini-documentary: 'All of us guinea pigs now?'

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By Anne Sewell     Feb 15, 2013 in Environment
Recently released is the English sub-titled trailer of the full film on Séralini’s controversial GMO study - the only long-term peer study on the commercialized GM NK603 maize and the pesticide Roundup ever done.
Digital Journal reported on the controversial, long-term study over the life cycle rats on GM NK603 maize and its associated pesticide, Monsanto's Roundup. Rats who were fed different levels of GMO maize and had "accepted" amounts of Roundup in drinking water, developed monstrous tumors and suffered organ damage.
While the study is controversial, with pro-GMO parties attempting to discredit it saying that the science is not good, the results of the study stand by themselves as testimony to the dangers of both GMOs and their much-needed chemical herbicides and pesticides.
The documentary, of which the above video is an interesting preview, compares nuclear radiation and GMOs, with both having the same possibilities of irreversible devastation to the future of mankind and the planet.
The theme of the documentary a film by Jean-Paul Jaud, is as follows:
From 2009 to 2011, under conditions of total secrecy, Professor Séralini and The CRIIGEN lead an experience with unsuspected consequences. It's the world's longest-lasting experiment: the first independent study of a GMO and the herbicide Roundup. The conclusions are appalling ...
After the terrible accident at Chernobyl, the invisible radioactivity reappear in March 2011, with the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident. All over the world, 443 nuclear power plants are in activity.
GMO's, NUCLEAR POWER: we use and accept those technologies without health or environmental independent tests. Are we all of us guinea-pigs now?
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