nsf.gov — Press Release 10-166 Why "Scientific Consensus" Fails to Persuade Individuals with competing cultural values disagree about what most scientists believe September 13, 2010 Suppose a close friend who is trying to figure out the facts about climate change asks whether you think a scientist who has written a book on the topic is a knowledgeable and trustworthy expert.
forbes.com — Last year, I had the opportunity to interrogate a chef who catered to children who attended the most elite and expensive schools in America. I told him I was somewhat taken aback by his company's website, which featured comically exaggerated warnings about genetically modified food. Did he really believe this?
opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com — Things are bad enough in the food world that we don't need to resort to hyperbole to be worried or even alarmed. It's one thing to decry the lack of fairness and consumer protection when businesses and the government decide what gets produced, marketed, labeled, regulated and sold , and how.
foodsafetynews.com — Onions recalled for potential Listeria contamination and mangoes recalled for the possible presence of Salmonella were the foods most commonly reported by their manufacturers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration between September of 2011 and September of 2012, according to a new report from the agency. The U.S.
forbes.com — The May 2 editorial in Pennsylvania's Scranton Times Tribune, said it all: "Perdition just a vote away." The plan by Governor Tom Corbett to end the state's monopoly on wine and spirits sales has triggered hellish prognostications from a constellation of groups who argue that the best way to prevent [...]
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