Scientists working for law firms got IARC to hold panels to help them sue industry.
SlimeGate 2/7: Predatorts 4/4: The Hypocrisy of the Honeypot
Why do NGOs celebrate a band of thieves who leave so many victims in their wake?
SlimeGate 1/7: Introduction
Should scientists design research for toxic tort law firms? How does this slime affect trust in science?
Evolutions in Trust, Part 2: Blockchain (Citizen) Science
Activists are pushing their version of citizen science on regulators as an alternative to proper academic research.
IARCgate: Shouldn’t IARC Stop Lying?
IARC’s recent letter to the US Congress showed six different ways to lie.
Dear Santa, … I can explain!
The 2017 Risk-Monger “Lump of Coal” Awards
Glyphosate: What the Zealots Really Wanted
Glyphosate’s authorisation was renewed today, but let’s not lose sight of the big picture. The zealots want to destroy the EU regulatory process.
Transparocrites: How Transparency Hypocrites Live with Themselves
Activists who demand that others be transparent are often not open themselves. They are transparocrites.
Glyphosate and the Regulatory Failure of Precaution
Europe’s failure to renew a safe, beneficial herbicide is a clarion call to reassess the illegitimate, hazard-based precautionary principle.
My Wishlist for the New Head of IARC
How to rebuild IARC after Chris Wild’s sudden departure.
IARCgate: Six Reasons Why IARC’s Head, Christopher Wild, must be Fired
IARC is a sinking battleship. Should its captain go down with it, or resign and let others try to save it?
Carey Gillam: A Rachel Carson for our Time?
As anti-Monsanto carpetbagger Carey Gillam makes her 2nd paid trip to Brussels to lobby against glyphosate, we need to ask a few questions.