Re: Is Roundup as safe as we have been told?
Look, this whole thread here in the bee forum was at least a couple degrees removed from beekeeping to start with. Lots of ummm interesting posts including one from a guy talking about the eagles nest in his back yard.
We may all have missed the most curious part of all. The following is from the resume of the author of the link posted in the OP.
"In 1995 Sayer received a BA degree in Philosophy from Rutgers University, where he studied under the American philosopher Dr. Bruce W. Wilshire, with a focus on the philosophy of science. In 1996, following residency at the Zen Mountain Monastery in upstate New York, he embarked on a 5 year journey of service as a counsellor-teacher and wilderness therapy specialist for various organizations that serve underprivileged and/or adjudicated populations. Since 2003, Sayer has served as a patient advocate and an educator and consultant for the natural health and wellness field."
I'm not about to knock anyone's life choices, probably a really interesting guy but clearly a "scientist" with a unique perspective. Maybe we could tone this down a bit, respect others views and actually talk about something a bit more closely related to beekeeping (gasp)?
"People will generally accept facts as truth only if the facts agree with what they already believe."- Andy Rooney