The EU precautionary ban on neonics has decimated this year’s crop.
How did we ever get to the madness of a hazard-based precautionary policy approach? Through those relentless possibilists.
My Top 10 Stupidest Moments of 2016. How I wish 2017 would be reasonable.
Site update reblog from last December into how eco-fundamentalism has grown into a full religion. We often see how environmental zealots use emotion to spread fear.
Using precaution as an impulse is like using a broken compass: you’ll never actually know how lost you are. Why precaution does not work for pesticides.
Stupid is growing today via social media fear campaigns. How can we deal with it? Step 1: Define it
Two decades of nonsense on endocrine disruption has brought good business to chemophobic NGOs, but a rather pointless fear for the rest of us. The issue needs to be “banalised”.
Expediency: the “art of making something go away” has become the main political virtue in Brussels. This has allowed contrapreneurs to win on issues.
The activists’ endocrine argument against pesticides and plastics ain’t worth a hill of beans, but the hypocrisy is rich!
What happens if an activist scientist does a study on sperm decline and the facts conflict with the dogma? Simple – you don’t publish the data! But someone else did!