I think I may have mentioned them last year sometime, since they put out a wonderful publication explaining what Peer review is, called “I don’t know what to Believe”.
Their latest is wonderful– Science for Celebrities. This is one of my favorite quotes from the scientific expert discussing “natural” crops in response to a quote from a celeb chef:
“…what do you mean by â€˜grown with natureâ€™? Not one of our crop plants or domestic animals exists in the wild: they have all been created by selective breeding over the past 10,000 years. Wheat, for example, doesnâ€™t exist in nature; we made it. And nowhere on earth do crop plants exist in rows unless we put them there.”
There is also a rather horrifying article about homeopathy and malaria. Malaria is such a deadly, serious disease, I don’t have words to describe just how reprehensible it is to market homeopathic products for it.
So, please, read the site! Print out the booklets! And donate, if you can.