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CREATING THE GREAT AMERICAN POTATO FAMINE, BY: DENNIS T. AVERY

CHURCHVILLE, VA—McDonald’s just agreed to pursue pesticide-free potatoes for its restaurants. The anti-technology zealots pushing this organic move had better hope the company drags its feet—or we risk having the first McDonald’s in history with no French fries. Less than … Continue reading

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PHYSICIST COMPARES GLOBAL WARMING CRAZE TO AZTEC SACRIFICES, BY: DENNIS T. AVERY

CHURCHVILLE, VA—A leading “climate skeptic” met with the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment on February  25.th  Dr. William Happer holds an endowed chair in physics at Princeton, served as the senior scientist at the Department of Energy—and was reportedly fired … Continue reading

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THANKSGIVING’S FUTURE: KANGAROO INSTEAD OF TURKEY?, BY: DENNIS T. AVERY

CHURCHVILLE, VA—Incoming President Obama will undoubtedly call for a renewed crusade against greenhouse gas emissions. Will Thanksgiving dinners in the future feature kangaroo instead of turkey?   Don’t get me wrong. Turkeys emit lots less greenhouse gas than beef cattle. … Continue reading

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Updated:New Beef Eco-Report

New Beef Eco-Report: Pound-for-pound, beef produced with grains and growth hormones produces 40% less greenhouse gas emissions and saves two-thirds more land for nature compared to organic grass-fed beef. Continue reading

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Rachel Carson Syndrome: Jumping to Pesticide Conclusions in the Global Frog Crisis

Download PDF A devastating and detailed review of four highly publicized case studies showing the deep anti-pesticide bias of ecologists. The report asks why ecologists continually chase chemical phantoms despite the scientific evidence and when ecology will become a science … Continue reading

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