Genetically modified organism – 6 Toros 6 Sat, 08 Jan 2022 13:15:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Genetically modified organism – 6 Toros 6 32 32 Organic or GMO? Experts explain food jargon | Local news Sat, 08 Jan 2022 13:15:00 +0000

As Oklahoma residents begin a new year with new nutritional goals and eating habits, they are faced with an overwhelming amount of diet terms and food jargon. Experts from the Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center at Oklahoma State University have clarified some of the more common references.


The difference between conventional (non-organic) and organic foods is the way they are grown and made. While both foods follow regulations and guidelines to make them equally safe to consume, organic food regulations are different.

“Organically grown foods rely on the use of natural substances and methods throughout the food production process, while conventionally grown foods allow the additional use of approved synthetic substances and methods” said Renee Albers-Nelson, milling and baking specialist at FAPC. “Because there are many opinions about what is natural, the United States Department of Agriculture created the National Organic Program, a federal regulatory program to develop and enforce federal standards for organic products sold in states. -United. “

The USDA NOP inspects farms and food manufacturing facilities to approve their use of the USDA Organic seal. There are four types of USDA organic claims that can be made, and they are defined by the USDA NOP as follows:

100% organic – used to label any product that contains 100% organic ingredients.

Organic – any product containing at least 95% organic ingredients; up to 5% of the ingredients can be non-organic.

Made with an organic item – the product contains at least 70% organic ingredients.

Specific Organic Ingredient Lists – Specific organic ingredients may be listed on the ingredient declaration for products containing less than 70% organic content.

Gluten free

In August 2013, the United States Food and Drug Administration released an official definition of gluten-free. Regulations must be fully followed for a product to indicate gluten free on the label.

Gluten free is a food that is naturally gluten free or that does not contain any ingredient:

A grain containing gluten (wheat, rye, barley, spelled or a cross of these grains), or

Derived from a grain containing gluten that has not been processed to remove gluten (wheat flour), or

Derived from a grain containing gluten and which has been processed to remove gluten (wheat starch) if the use of this ingredient results in the presence of 20 parts per million or more of gluten in the food.

In addition, any unavoidable presence of gluten in food should be less than 20 parts per million.

“Meeting gluten-free requirements is important for people with celiac disease, a life-threatening condition if they consume gluten,” Albers-Nelson said. “Label claims such as gluten-free, gluten-free, gluten-free, and gluten-free are acceptable as long as the FDA’s gluten-free requirements are met. The inclusion of gluten-free on a label is voluntary. People with celiac disease should read and study the statements on food ingredients.

Additionally, Albers-Nelson said the term gluten free is not a recognized term by the FDA and does not have an official definition.

“This does not mean that a food is gluten free or safe for consumers with celiac disease,” she said.

genetically modified organism

According to the FDA, GMO stands for genetically modified organism and is used to describe a plant, animal or microorganism whose genetic material, DNA, has been altered by technology. Modification involves the transfer of specific DNA from one organism to another.

The USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, the United States Environmental Protection Agency, and the FDA are responsible for ensuring that biotech products are safe as food for humans. and animals as well as the environment.

With the passage of the National Biotech Food Disclosure Law in 2018, effective January 1, 2022, manufacturers, importers and retailers with annual revenues of $ 2.5 million or more will be required to disclose to the consumer whether a food or ingredient is derived from biotechnology. The USDA defines a bioengineered food as a food containing detectable genetic material modified by laboratory techniques. A bioengineered food cannot be created by conventional breeding or be found in the wild. The approved label disclosure methods are guided by the NBFDS.

USP verified

The US Pharmacopeial Convention was founded in 1820 in Washington, DC, as a nonprofit scientific organization that develops and disseminates quality standards for drugs and other related substances such as dietary supplements. He has no law enforcement powers. USP Verified is a voluntary program for manufacturers. Audits are performed and if a product receives the USP Verified mark, the following requirements are met:

The manufacturer follows FDA Good Manufacturing Practices.

The product contains the ingredients listed on the label in the correct amounts and potency.

Does not contain harmful contaminants.

Will decompose and be released in the body within a specified period of time.

Allergen free

The description “allergen free” is not a recognized FDA statement and has no regulatory basis. Use of this term implies that the food does not contain any of the eight allergens listed under the Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act – milk, eggs, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy. In addition, sesame will be added to the list of main allergens as of January 1, 2023.

“Consumers can be allergic to many other ingredients or foods,” Albers-Nelson said. “To suggest that a food is ‘allergen-free’ is good marketing, but too broad a statement to make, implying that anything present will not cause an allergic reaction in anyone. “


The Paleo Diet refers to the Paleolithic, the “Stone Age” or the period in cave man history. The diet theory is that humans have strayed too far from what they assume their human ancestors ate – meat from hunted animals, fish, and vegetables – and the result is an increase in chronic disease. The followers of the paleo diet do not consume grains, dairy products, legumes and sugar. Instead, they focus on meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, herbs, spices, and healthy fats.


A ketogenic diet, also known as keto, encourages consumption of high fat, moderate protein, and low carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are the main source of energy in body tissue in the form of glucose. When glucose availability is not present or very low, ketogenesis is initiated to provide an alternative energy source from fat in the form of ketones. Ketogenesis reduces the body’s need to stimulate fat and glucose storage.

“In the short term, the keto diet is effective for weight loss,” Albers-Nelson said. “But it’s not considered a long-lasting diet due to health concerns.”

Vegetarian vs. vegan

Other frequently used food terms include vegetarian, which is a person who excludes meat, poultry, fish, seafood, insects, or animal by-products, such as gelatin or broths, from their diet. animal fats. A vegan diet is a continuation of the vegetarian diet. Vegans don’t consume dairy products and eggs, nor do they use animal by-products for food, clothing, or other purposes.

Janice Hermann, OSU Extension Specialist in Nutritional Sciences, said understanding terms and labels benefits the consumer.

“Using the Nutrition Facts label can help you make healthier food and drink choices,” she said. “The Nutrition Facts label and ingredient list are the safest and most important labels to read and are regulated by the FDA. “

OSU Extension’s health and nutrition specialists are available to answer food questions and offer advice that supports a healthy lifestyle.

The pandemic leads to heightened awareness of health in all its forms Fri, 07 Jan 2022 10:32:43 +0000

The year 2021 is officially over, and since it looked like a 2020 expansion, people probably aren’t that upset to see it come to an end.

Although 2020 and 2021 are now considered years in the past, it was a time when health was the number one talking point. The coronavirus pandemic has brought about a deeper awareness of general well-being, including fitness, mental health and nutrition.

Reflecting on the past is often part of moving into the New Year. Below are five “Fit Friday” wellness stories from 2020 and 2021.

Smile behind a mask important for community connection

The year 2020 has come with a lot of challenges, one being connecting with others. A simple smile became difficult to give because most people only saw other people outside their homes when they were behind a mask. A campaign called “Connect with a Smile” encouraged people across the region to reverse that frown, even while wearing a mask, to spread hope. Representatives from Creative Health Services spoke about why continuing to smile with a mask on and making eye contact is important for social, emotional and mental health reasons. Read the full story at

Husband and wife support local producers with the farmer’s market

Married couple Aaron and Emma de Long opened Red Dog Market, a small organic grocery store in the Township of Warwick, to connect people with local food suppliers. Much of the fresh produce sold in the market comes from Kneehigh Farm in South Coventry, which Emma de Long owns and operates. The vegetable farm has a Certified Naturally Grown accreditation which is granted to farmers who grow food naturally without synthetic chemicals or genetically modified organisms, also known as GMOs. The de Longs have created a 100 mile pledge for the Red Dog Market and work with small vendors in the area. Aaron de Long said the goal was regional food security, especially after the impacts seen during the pandemic. Read the full story at

Pets provide peace and comfort during the pandemic

Families have found solace in the company of their pets during the pandemic. The pandemic brought about many changes very quickly, such as stay-at-home orders and physical distancing guidelines. Marie Haigh, from Pottstown, home-schooled her three children before the pandemic so she didn’t have to adjust to virtual learning, but her family struggled to adjust to other circumstances caused by COVID-19. Haigh’s Golden Retriever named Clover was a motivator when it came to getting some fresh air by taking outdoor walks. Dogs weren’t the only pets that brought peace. Pet owners in the area said they also find comfort in their chickens, cats and guinea pigs. Read the full story at

People hang out in silk hammocks for aerial yoga

Jennifer Fischer, owner of the Samana Holistic Center in Pottstown, started offering aerial yoga classes in 2021. During aerial yoga, participants still focus on breathing and fluid movements, but while hanging inside of a piece of silk. The hammock provides support during some very interesting poses such as being upside down. Aerial yoga instructor Bobby Dietrich said participants need to be confident the fabric will keep them suspended. He usually encourages this confidence by making the class fun and helping his students see aerial yoga as an opportunity to play like a child. Suspension yoga is a full body workout. It includes basic crunches, upper body strength, and supporting leg movements. Read the full story at

A local chef presents virtual cooking classes

People have started preparing more meals at home since the start of the pandemic. Chef Chris Welsh, owner of personal chef service Secret Ingredient, started giving virtual cooking classes in 2020. Her first virtual cooking program was with a networking group of women looking for a safe vacation activity. to do together as they couldn’t meet in person. Welsh performed an online cooking demo for the group and received rave reviews from attendees. Interactive online cooking classes are a great way for families and friends to celebrate together when they can’t see each other in person. For a virtual cooking lesson, participants are given a shopping list to purchase ingredients. Then, everyone logs into Zoom for a 60- to 90-minute interactive cooking class. Read the full story at

USRTK and other anti-biotech groups use COVID lab leak theory to spark opposition to life-saving innovations Mon, 03 Jan 2022 05:13:11 +0000 HOperating to keep their cause alive in the wake of the pandemic, the anti-GMO movement has turned to an origin story of a lab leak for SARS-CoV-2. Their rhetoric seems quite reasonable, at least at first glance, and focuses on important issues that we should all be concerned about. The US Right to Know company, funded by the organic industry, for example, observe that “We still don’t know how or why this virus apparently came out of nowhere” and alleges that federal agencies like the NIH withheld information on the origins of the pandemic.

Some scientists, conspiracy theory experts and the media have responded to the USRTK’s sudden interest in virology by pointing to the group’s ties to anti-vaccine campaigners. This is a clever attempt to discredit the USRTK and its allies, but ultimately it is a mistake that ignores what anti-GMO activists are doing with their lab leak plea.

Groups like the USRTK have always framed their anti-technology agenda in terms – “seeking truth and transparency in public health” – that resonate with most Americans. They start again using the pandemic to attack all biotechnology. Tying these activist outfits to anti-vaccines will not prevent them from gaining the support of a certain segment of the general public for this agenda, which should concern everyone in the scientific community.

Abusing the theory of laboratory leaks

No one knows if SARS-CoV-2 naturally passed from animals to humans or if it somehow “escaped” from a lab, and we may never know for sure. But a lab leak is a plausible scenario that has been investigated by famous voices in scientific and geopolitical circles. Respected science writer Matt Ridley and Broad Institute molecular biologist Alina Chan may be many things, but they aren’t wacky conspiracy theorists and their arguments should be taken seriously.

The real problem is that many activist groups have supported the lab leak scenario because it fits their more comprehensive and decidedly unscientific anti-biotech agenda. This is what the media missed in their coverage of anti-GMO groups endorsing a lab leak. It’s a “controversial” idea to begin with, The Daily Beast reported recently, and US Right to Know is promoting it because they have moved from agitation against biotech crops to giving a burst of legitimacy to the conspiratorial thoughts of their main donor, the Organic Consumers Association. Beast of the day:

“Like the USRTK, the 23-year-old Organic Consumers Association started out as a group concerned about pesticides and genetically modified organisms. But by enlisting financial support from ultra-rich donors in the wellness sector… he adopted their anti-vaccine conspiratorial views…

Earlier this year, OCA founder Ronnie Cummins, who also put forward “true” 9/11 accounts, co-wrote a book with [Joe] Mercola who claimed to expose “The big reset, the blockages, the passports for the vaccines and the new normal”. The book’s footnotes included multiple quotes from USRTK research into the origins of COVID-19, and, when promoting the book last month, Cummins called the USRTK a “long-standing ally. “.

The conspiratorial tendencies of the anti-biotech movement are known for many years; highlighting them is no longer useful. Our real concern should be that the USRTK and others use the theory of laboratory leaks to arouse opposition to a wide range of important, if not life-saving, biotechnologies.

Consider the Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), but another group of activists funded by Joe Mercola and closely linked to the Non-GMO project. Whatever the IRT thinks about the pandemic, note that their fundraising letters are clearly designed to alert people to issues that have little to do with the pandemic. The Lab Leak Theory is a useful rhetorical tool, labeled almost as an afterthought:

The IRT’s mission is to spread the word against the REPLACEMENT OF NATURE [emphasis in original]. Can you help us make a difference? Just consider a few applications of this new gene-editing technology known as GMO 2.0… Are any of these new technologies making you a little nervous? Join us in preventing a genetically modified future and raise awareness of research on gain functions? [my emphasis]

The engineering of disease-fighting insects or livestock crops adapted to different environments has almost nothing in common with research into gain of function, which “aims or should (and / or, perhaps, does ) increase the transmissibility and / or virulence of pathogens. While this could be considered a genetic modification, it serves a very different purpose and carries risks that are unrelated to other biotechnology applications. However, such nuances are irrelevant to the IRT and its allies, as their ultimate goal is to prevent “a genetically modified future” – period.

Why is this important? There are millions of Jaded Americans suffering from pandemic fatigue. Fed up with lockdowns, travel restrictions and mandatory vaccinations, they are once again inclined to take the anti-GMO movement seriously. Indeed, the fact that mainstream science doesn’t like the USRTK might even help the group’s cause among those enraged by the pandemic response. The scientific community should therefore fight the misconception that a theory of laboratory leaks compromises the safety of biotechnology more generally.

A familiar model

This cohort of militant groups is adept at reclaiming public concerns. When reporter Matt Taibi suggested in April that Google had censored the USRTK, group co-founder Gary Ruskin told him that:

I really believe in the First Amendment really strongly, and I’ve been concerned throughout this time probably that the censors are coming for someone, they could easily come for you tomorrow.

Taibbi was apparently unaware that the USRTK existed to harass and intimidate scientists in silence. It’s frankly disturbing how far Ruskin’s group has gone in his efforts silence academics who speak publicly about biotechnology: publish their emails, write articles about them and even leaked documents to propaganda outlets like Russia Today (RT), which will promote the same anti-GMO agenda.

In other words, the USRTK and its allies are not on the warpath against censorship, nor are they campaigning for safer virology research in a significant sense. But they will use these issues to gain public sympathy. Pointing out their ties to anti-vaccine activists is fun, but mostly unnecessary as a way to broaden public acceptance of biotechnology.

Cameron J. English is the Director of Biosciences at the American Council on Science and Health. Visit their website and follow ACSH on Twitter @ACSHorg

A version of this article originally appeared in the United States Council on Science and Health and is republished here with permission. The American Council for Science and Health can be found on Twitter @ACSHorg

Should we re-establish the royal commission for monitoring pollution? | Pollution Fri, 31 Dec 2021 06:00:00 +0000

MSetting legal limits for air pollution can seem incredibly difficult, but understanding the connections between our environmental problems and tackling them together can simplify attempts to find solutions.

For example, our polluted roads and rivers are connected by runoff from street drains, and road traffic that pollutes our air also produces noise that disturbs our peace. Tire fragments and plastic waste crushed by traffic in our streets end up in our air and our oceans.

Investing in local businesses and services can help us replace motorized traffic with walking and cycling, improve neighborhoods, tackle the climate crisis and air pollution, and improve our health through to daily exercise.

When it comes to net zero, diesel cars and wood burning have been big mistakes for air pollution and are not helping our climate.

Speaking to the Conservative Network for the Environment in December, Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Minister Jo Churchill called for intergovernmental and inter-society action to tackle air pollution. As initiatives like the UK Clean Air Program attempt to cross the boundaries of research, it is difficult for researchers, officials and local government to bring our environmental concerns together without a strategic framework.

It has been 10 years since the abolition of the independent royal commission on environmental pollution. Created in 1970, its broad mission was to investigate national and international pollution problems and to warn of future dangers. Its reports were strongly solution-oriented and had a direct impact on government policy.

The 1983 lead in gasoline commission report was immediately followed by changes in UK law, as was its 1989 report on genetically modified organisms. The commission’s recommendation for a long-term CO2 the reduction target was accepted by the government in 2000 and EU-wide environmental regulations for polluting industries and waste follow from its recommendations.

Noel Nelson, a member of the public service team that worked with the commission, said: “Although the members are all experts in their own fields, the best solutions have rarely been found in a single discipline. “

Today, the lack of a strategic vision independent of environmental evidence makes us vulnerable to missed opportunities. Do we need a new royal commission?

Professor Sir Stephen Holgate, former member of the committee, said: “Since the dissolution of the committee in 2011, the number and complexity of environmental challenges in our changing world have increased dramatically. Examples include: the transition to zero carbon, environmental change and zoonotic infectious diseases, tackling water pollution, citizen science to monitor and improve the environment and how to harness and work with it environment to improve health and well-being. These require imaginative analysis leading to multiple solution-based outcomes.

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Cattle wait to be guided from their summer pasture during the annual Almabtrieb Late Summer Cattle Drive near Bad Hindelang, Germany, September 26, 2020.
(Kai Pfaffenbach / Reuters)

The war on meat has become, so to speak, a staple food for climate warriors, and one way to fight it will be to increase the price of meat, perhaps indirectly, with the addition of new regulatory constraints, or directly, through some sort of carbon tax, or indeed, through a combination of the two.

It would be great, I suppose, with Cem Özdemir, the Green (vegetarian) who is the new German Minister of Agriculture.


The quality of food in Germany is too low, zdemir said, so are the prices, and everyone is losing out because of it. “There should be no more unwanted prices,” he said. “They drive farms to ruin, prevent animal welfare, promote species extinction and affect the climate. I want to change that. ”The price of food should, he said, reflect“ ecological truth ”.

Ah yes, the “ecological truth”, which I suppose will be determined in an inexplicable process with very little objectivity about it.


Ultimately, [Özdemir] said consumers also suffer from cheap foods with too much fat, sugar and salt, pointing out that more than 50% of German adults are overweight. “The former government tried for too long to get industry to reduce these ingredients with voluntary commitments. It’s over now. With me there will be binding reduction targets, ”said zdemir.

Command and control will, of course, be the essence of any new green agreement.

And as for those misguided consumers, it seems they just can’t be trusted to decide for themselves what to eat. The enlightened must intervene to put them on the right track. It’s an old formula.


The stated goal of the new government, formulated in the newly signed coalition contract, is to increase the proportion of ‘organically cultivated’ land in Germany from the current 10% to 30% by 2030 – although there is little details beyond that.

Meanwhile, reading this 2011 article by Christie Wilcox in the American scientist makes me wonder what will be the “ecological truth” behind organic farming. The article is by no means a success, far from it, but Wilcox highlights some inconvenient truths, including these:

What then makes organic farming different? It’s not the use of pesticides, his the origin of the pesticides used. Organic pesticides are those that are derived from natural sources and treated lightly, if at all, before use. This is different from the current pesticides used in conventional agriculture, which are generally synthetic. It has been assumed for years that pesticides that occur naturally (in certain plants, for example) are somehow better for us and the environment than those created by humans. However, as more research is conducted into their toxicity, this is simply not true either. Many natural pesticides have been shown to be potential – or serious – health risks. . . .

Even if the organic foods you eat is On a farm that uses little or no pesticides, there’s another problem: getting rid of pesticides doesn’t mean your food is free of harmful things. Between 1990 and 2001, more than 10,000 people became ill from food contaminated with pathogens such as E. coli, and many have organic foods to blame. This is because organic foods tend to have higher levels of potential pathogens. . . .

Some people believe that by not using manufactured chemicals or genetically modified organisms, organic farming produces more nutritious food. However, science simply cannot find any evidence that organic food is in any way healthier than non-organic – and scientists have been comparing the two for over 50 years. . . .

Organic farming also takes a little more space:


Organic farms produce about 80% of what a conventional farm of the same size produces. . . . Already[2011], we have cleared over 35% of the Earth’s ice-free land area for agriculture, an area 60 times the size of all the cities and suburbs of the world combined. Since the last ice age, nothing has been more disruptive to the planet’s ecosystem and its inhabitants than agriculture. What will happen to what remains of our planet’s wildlife habitat if we have to mow another 20% or more of the world’s ice-free land to accommodate organic methods?

It is worth reading the whole article. It should also be borne in mind that those who push for a wider adoption of ‘organic’ agriculture frequently do so for reasons which may be political, emotional, philosophical, religious or cultural but too rarely involve #science. , itself a discipline which may have a somewhat delicate relationship with “ecological truth”.

But back to DW (emphasis added):

In July, a special government commission for the future of industrial agriculture – made up of both environmental groups and farmer groups – set the same general goals as Özdemir: reduce meat consumption, increase protection of the climate. Surprisingly enough, he concluded that beef should cost five or six times as much as it does today, or over € 80 ($ 90) per kilogram (2.2 pounds), instead of the current € 14. This price increase would be necessary to offset the costs induced by pollution and the loss of biodiversity, which the commission estimates at 90 billion euros per year. By the same calculation, dairy products should cost two to four times more than today.

The “stakeholder” society (“environmental groups”, “farmer groups”) at work. Corporatism is what it is.

DW (emphasis added again):

The committee also recommended that an investment of 7 to 11 billion euros per year be necessary to finance the ecological transformation of the agricultural industry. Even so, according to the report, there would be no way to reduce the total number of cattle on German farms, which would necessarily mean less meat on the market, and higher prices …

If what’s happening in European energy markets isn’t enough to convince you, it’s yet another warning that Greenflation is on the way – and there won’t be anything “transient” (to use a word. which is no longer in fashion) on this subject.


According to the Paritätische Gesamtverband, a coordination group of German welfare organizations, low-income people should receive compensation for higher food prices.

“The fact is that the necessary ecological transition must go hand in hand with a good social policy”, declared the president of the association, Ulrich Schneider. For this reason, Schneider said it was “unfortunate” that zdemir chose food prices as the main argument, rather than green issues and sustainable businesses. “People have to feel like they are included,” he said.

Oh they will. Not in a good way.

]]> Shanghai Model Organisms Center debuts in SSE STAR market, fell 18% Tue, 28 Dec 2021 11:19:07 +0000

December 28, 2021 (China Knowledge) – The Shanghai Model Organisms Center (688265) opened at RMB 75.19 on its first day of listing on the Shanghai Stock Exchange STAR market, down 11% from at its IPO price of 84.62 RMB.

The stock price ended the day at 69.37 RMB, down 18% from its issue price. Its intraday highs and lows were 82 RMB and 69.01 RMB respectively. In total, 9.6 million shares changed hands with a turnover of 700.4 million RMB and ended the day with a total market capitalization of 5.4 billion RMB.

Shanghai Model Organisms Center Inc is a China-based company primarily engaged in genetically modified animal models and related technical services. The Company’s activities include genetically modified animal models, model breeding, feed services, efficacy evaluation and phenotypic analysis, other model biotechnology services, procurement and sale of models and other activities. The products of genetically modified animal models are divided into custom models and standardized models, mainly comprising genetically modified mouse models, genetically modified rat models, genetically modified nematode models and genetically modified zebrafish models. Model breeding activity refers to the use of genetically modified animal models developed and produced by the Issuer or existing genetically modified animal models provided by Customers through natural reproduction or assisted reproduction.

The Shanghai Center for Model Organisms said in its prospectus that funds raised during the IPO would be used to build a repository of models of genetic modification, to research a mouse model of humanized antibodies and to supplement its working capital.

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Swiss scientist Astrid Stuckelberger, former WHO employee and whistleblower: “A pandemic of lies” Mon, 27 Dec 2021 09:54:51 +0000

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Astrid Stuckelberger, Swiss-Norwegian expert in public health and science, has over 30 years of experience as a researcher. From 2009 to 2013, she worked at the WHO, where she specialized in pandemics. She has published 180 scientific papers and 12 books.

In an interview with Norwegian media, Stuckelberger said he was very worried because the injections are not vaccines, “but a biotechnological and synthetic experiment”.

Because it contains genetic modifications, such as genetically modified organisms (GMOs), people should have been made aware of the contents of the so-called vaccine, she said.

(Planet Lockdown Interview)

“The dangerous thing about the ‘vaccine’ is that it causes infection. I don’t think the spike protein is the problem, but the vaccine contains graphene. It’s deadly, and now we have statistics, and we know it.


Stuckelberger also pointed out that “WHO (World Health Organization) is not the same organization as before”. There was a change in 2016, she explained.

“It was something special: Organizations like GAVI, the Global Alliance for Vaccine Immunization led by Bill Gates, came to WHO in 2006 with a lot of money. Since then, WHO has grown into a new type of international organization. GAVI has been granted more and more influence and full immunity than diplomats at the UN. GAVI can do whatever it wants, the police can’t do anything, ”says Stuckelberger.

WHO was audited in 2014, and after that it became more of a company with countries than subsidiaries.

“When I worked for WHO’s international relations in 2013, I saw GAVI grow more and more powerful. GAVI presented a global immunization action plan between 2012 and 2020. It has been eight years that GAVI had everything in hand. Bill Gates took care of the vaccination, he took care of everything.

WHO wields enormous power over countries, she said. “Before, all countries were free. But now when I do interviews around the world I see that every country is part of a “WHO company”.

WHO is no longer an organization of democratic members like the United Nations. The various governments form the basis of the “enterprise”.

Logically, this is what is happening now because “corporations” want to control money, business and people. It’s like slavery. The taxes we pay go to governments subordinate to “business”. Under multinational organizations, like GAVI ”.


“GAVI, the World Bank and WHO have entered into a contract called IFFM: International Finance Facility for Immunization. Our countries, our people, pay the WHO, the World Bank and GAVI to carry out their immunization programs. This means that the entire population must be immunized. If you look at the GAVI plan, you will see that this target is being pursued from 2012 to 2020. But it did not work, which is why they must have created a pandemic.

She said the pandemic was undoubtedly planned. “You can see it in all the documents. Anyone can analyze them; they are right in front of our eyes.

She pointed to research by Stanford University professor John Ioannidis, which showed that mortality in 2020 was not higher than in other years. “This is a lie and not a pandemic. The WHO recognizes that the death rate is not higher, but it has not declared that the ‘pandemic’ is over,” he added.

Stuckelberger said she does not see herself as a whistleblower but as an expert in public health, medicine and science. But Gates’ sidekicks have now declared war on him.

“The universities of Geneva and Lausanne have stopped all my courses. I am on trial, they are attacking me. They want to take away my medical license, they try to say that I am not competent, that I am lying. But more and more researchers and doctors are warning of death after vaccination. I’m not alone. It is dangerous for professionals to talk about it. You can see it well in my case.

The former WHO employee scoffed at the role of the media in “spreading lies” as she puts it. “The ‘multinational companies pay the media’. I call them international pirates for this reason. And the media control governments. The media must become independent, they must help people get information for free.

She thinks the vaccination should be stopped immediately. “Because of the content of the vaccines. After 30 years of research, I know you don’t need to do more research if you have one, two, or three case studies and look under the microscope at conceptual evidence. What you see under the microscope is sufficient evidence. If up to ten experts around the world see the same thing under a microscope, that’s enough.

“They see graphene, parasites, metals in vaccines… This is why we must stop vaccination and ban all injections. Those who continue should be prosecuted, ”she said.

According to Stuckelberger, reported death rates and side effects from injections are only 1 to 10 percent of reality.

As we recently reported, as of December 18, EudraVigilance, the European vaccine-related adverse event reporting database, had collected 34,337 death reports and 3,120,439 injury reports (half of which were serious) from people. having received one of the four experimental injections currently. approved in EU member states.

“It’s not easy to know because there is no autopsy. There are a lot of lies and cheating in science and systems. The PCR test is one example; the doctor cannot use it to diagnose. Doctors are paid to claim deaths are due to covid based on a PCR procedure that doesn’t work. Very often this is done without an autopsy. They claim the deaths are due to Covid even when they are not.

Doctors are paid to claim deaths are due to Covid based on a PCR procedure that does not work.

“It’s terrible that you don’t do clinical research, you get information from hospitals. It is unique in the history of a pandemic that there is no data available. There are 17,000 reported deaths in the United States following vaccination, including children and infants. It is unethical to continue. To date, the number of deaths in the United States is three times the total number of all vaccinations in the past 35 years. These are official figures that have not been clinically studied or validated. Research continues, but vaccination continues. It’s terrible, really criminal.

VAERS data, released Dec. 17 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, includes a total of 965,843 reports of adverse events in all age groups after COVID vaccination, including 20,244 deaths and 155,506 serious injuries between December 14, 2020 and December 14, 2020. 10, 2021.

Stuckelberger said that although an infinite number of vaccine doses have already been administered, ultimately “there has never been a pandemic. It was a pandemic of PCR, propaganda and fear… There is massive corruption and conflicts of interest. Science and the media are also corrupt, the whole system is corrupt. Professionals are bought with stakes in vaccine companies. They’ve been thinking about it for 20 years. The industry controls the media, the doctors… The lies come from the universities that say, “We know the science. It is unique. Swiss universities sell Pfizer and Moderna.

“People have been deceived. They didn’t realize this is propaganda. And those policies and definitions have changed.

Genomics market analysis 2021-2026, industry size, share, trends and forecast – Thu, 23 Dec 2021 07:43:20 +0000

According to the latest IMARC Group report, entitled “Genomics Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2021-2026‘, The global genomics market achieved strong growth in 2020. Going forward, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 16% during 2021-2026.

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Genomics refers to the study of the function, structure, and inheritance of an organism‘s genome. It addresses the intra-relationship of all genes to identify their combined influence on overall development. It involves multiple systems, consumables, software and services for diagnostics, drug discovery and the development of precision medicine. Some of the technologies used for genomics include nucleic acid extraction, polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and single-cell genomic analysis.

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One of the key factors enhancing the growth of the market is the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases. In addition to this, genomic data is widely used to produce targeted and personalized drugs and to study the growth of military genomics in clinical workflows. This, together with an increasing use of genetically modified (GM) plants and organisms in the agricultural sector, is propelling the growth of the market. In addition, technological advancements such as the introduction of genomics-based tests and applications and extensive research and development (R&D) in the field of bioinformatics are also supporting the market growth.

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  • 23andMe Inc.
  • Agilent Technologies Inc.
  • Bayer Aktiengesellschaft
  • BGI Genomics Co. Ltd.
  • Bio-RAD Laboratories inc.
  • Danaher Company
  • Illumina Inc.
  • Oxford Nanopore Technologies
  • PerkinElmer Inc.
  • Myriad Genetics Inc.
  • Roche Holding SA
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.

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    • Instruments and software
    • Consumables and reagents
  • Services
    • Basic genomics services
    • NGS based services
    • Biomarker translation services
    • IT services
    • Others

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  • Epigenomics
  • Discovery of biomarkers
  • Track analysis
  • Others

Breakthrough by technology:

  • Sequencing
  • Microarray
  • Polymerase chain reaction
  • Nucleic acid extraction and purification
  • Others

Breakdown by end user:

  • Research centers
  • Hospitals and clinics
  • Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies
  • Others

Distribution by geography:

  • North America (United States and Canada)
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Russia and others)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Australia and others)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Mexico)
  • Middle East and Africa

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Government must put agriculture first – Dorodola – Blueprint Newspapers Limited Tue, 21 Dec 2021 19:12:19 +0000

The Nigerian agricultural sector needs to be reviewed. In this interview with SALIHU OYIBO, the founder of Optimal Akeshinjo Farms, an indigenous farming business, Azeez Oluwanifemi Durodola, speaks at length about the need for federal and state governments to prioritize agriculture as a sustainable way to rejuvenate the country. national economy.

You are the team leader of the Agricultural Transformation Support Program, phase 1 (ATASP-1). What were the challenges your team faced and how did you overcome them?

The concept of value chain is interpreted in various ways. Some associate it with the processes or activities by which a business adds value to an item, including production, marketing, and the provision of aftermarket services. For others, it means the whole series of activities that create value at every step. The agricultural value chain includes all activities from field to fork and encompasses the stages from primary production, processing, storage, transport and marketing / export to the consumption of commodities. Processing zones are specially demarcated areas of contiguous land in areas of high agricultural potential where the provision of well-developed physical infrastructure such as access roads, electricity and water is required for activities. production, processing and marketing led by the private sector for strategic products such as rice, sorghum, cassava, horticulture, cotton, cocoa, palm oil, livestock and fisheries . Nigeria is a geographically large country with a complex administrative environment. The multisectoral program required a team of seasoned experts, including consultants, to harness all perspectives. Several studies were carried out in relevant areas such as processing area infrastructure surveys and value chain assessments for priority products to guide the bank‘s design approach for ATASP-1. The bank team of experts from OSAN, OPSM, OITC, OSHD and ORPF had to think outside the box and figure out how to deliver an investment document even when the master plan for the treatment areas had not been completed. fully developed.

What are the special features of ATASP-1 that would enable it to help Nigeria transform its agricultural sector into a profitable business?

ATASP-1 pays equal attention to constraints along the value chain in certain staple processing areas. The activities outlined in the new outreach program would focus on building human capacity in the agro-industry and facilitate the formation / development of more efficient production clusters aimed at establishing a reliable supply of rice, cassava and sorghum for farmers. industries.

The main impacts of ATASP-1 are additional income for an increased number of producers and entrepreneurs in the sector by creating around 120,000 jobs along the value chain of priority products and 20 million tonnes additional metrics of key food items added to the national food supply. per year.

Reports from bank-funded projects in Nigeria indicate that while farmers have made significant gains by adopting improved crop varieties and farming practices, productivity is still well below full potential along food value chains. basic products. How can this problem be solved?

ATASP-1 has given priority to the integration of women and especially young people in the markets. Targeted value addition support through processing, better nutritional products and market linkages to improve profits and incomes are essential for increased productivity along the continuum from subsistence farming to agriculture commercial.

Transport and storage issues have been identified as major obstacles to agriculture and agribusiness in Nigeria. How will this project help solve these problems?

One of the main constraints that ATASP-1 intends to overcome are the high and common post-harvest losses suffered by producers, processors and traders of paddy and processed rice; cassava tubers and starch, sorghum ears and flour due to poor infrastructure. ATASP-1 would rehabilitate a total of 1,330 km of feeder and access roads to link these agribusiness centers to community markets and major highways. In addition to the 22 storage silos and warehouses already installed by the private sector and the government in the processing areas, three additional warehouses would be built to increase the storage capacities for the expected increase in production and processing in the processing areas. transformation concerned.

With women making up about 70 percent of the agricultural sector’s production force, ATASP-1 will have a positive impact on the lives and livelihoods of women and their families. How will this objective be achieved in practice?

The program would secure a competitive national food supply and increase the income levels of farmers, processors and traders, about 70% of whom are women. In addition, ATASP-1 would create 120,000 jobs along commodity value chains and 60% of these would be women; ensure access to credit and other resources for women, facilitate the acquisition of tested processing equipment among groups of women processors and provide capacity building in agribusiness and entrepreneurship to women in the program. For inclusiveness, the program should ensure access to credit and other resources for women, facilitate the acquisition of tested processing equipment among groups of women processors, and provide capacity building for women. The sensitization program has set aside approximately UA 4.22 million for these women-related activities.

The project aims to improve crop varieties that might require the introduction of genetically modified crops, which has sparked much debate in African agriculture. Do banks have a policy on GMOs? How would it be applicable in this case?

The development of advanced biotechnological techniques to move genetic material within or between species to produce genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has been associated with increased agricultural productivity. Traits conferred include insect resistance, herbicide tolerance, drought tolerance, salt tolerance, and nitrogen fixation in legumes. Proponents of genetic biotechnology argue that it would improve food security, increase production on marginal lands, and limit the use of irrigation and pesticides. The Bank does not have a policy on the use of biotechnology but seeks to develop a position after full consultation with stakeholders. To this end, the bank commissioned the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) to conduct a study on agricultural biotechnology in Africa in order to provide adequate scientific information to help it develop its position on the subject. A draft report was reviewed in August 2013. There are no plans to promote GMOs through ATASP-1; however, the outreach program would use biotechnology to ensure access of Nigerian smallholder farmers to improved germplasm of high yielding, good organoleptic quality and resistant / tolerant to pests and diseases.

Do you think the agricultural industry has got the necessary support from the Nigerian government?

While I believe that much more can be done, I believe that the Nigerian government has, over time, shown its commitment to wean us from dependence on oil and move towards agriculture and encourage agriculture in order to develop. ” ensure food security and self-sufficiency. A typical example is the agricultural promotion policy of this administration. This was implemented to provide a legislative and agricultural framework, macroeconomic policies, security, infrastructure and institutional mechanisms to enable farmers to access essential inputs, finance, information, agricultural services. and markets. The agricultural sector is currently the largest employer of labor in the country. We have risen to the top of rice and corn production. And agriculture contributes more than 20% of the GDP. I agree that there is still so much we can do, but these wins so far are spectacular.

Besides food security and food self-sufficiency, what are the prospects for the export of Nigerian agricultural products?

This is an interesting question. And it is precisely because the foreign market is the one that we intend to explore and conquer. In this regard, there is still a lot to be desired.

Some of the issues we are currently facing include the sustainability of supplies after the initial market agreement is reached, port clearance issues, corruption of government officials involved in both customs clearance and shipment of shipments, and the lack of transparency on the part of certain agencies involved in export promotion. .

A recent report revealed that foreign cargo airlines prefer to leave empty due to extortion and multiple illegal charges, how true is this claim?

As if that weren’t enough, as we move more locally we are faced with a lack of warehouses and other forms of storage facilities as well as very poor feeder roads and high transportation costs which resulting. We are one of the few countries in the world to experience huge post-harvest losses of up to 80%. By the time you combine all of these factors, you can see some of the challenges faced in the export market. And this is the one that I hope would be fixed. In addition, for the past few years in a row, we have been one of the lowest in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business rankings.

The agricultural value chain includes all activities from field to fork and encompasses the stages from primary production, processing, storage, transport and marketing / export to the consumption of commodities.

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What opportunities do you see for increased interest in subsidies and value chain investments in agriculture, as we see in the tech and fintech space?

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Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast of Powder Feed Material Machinery Market by Major Industry Players: Muyang Group, Andritz, Buhler Mon, 20 Dec 2021 07:44:23 +0000

Pune, Maharashtra, Dec 20, 2021 (Wiredrelease) Market.Biz -: Feed Powder Material Machines Market will work out all the details to define the product, product type (small size, medium size, large size) and application (poultry, pork, Ruminant, Aqua). This provides a simplified overview of the Powder Feed Material Machinery industry, and the useful details are categorized by production region, key players. In addition, it presents a competitive scenario of key industries based on revenue, customer requirements and industry profiles. This study shares the most important business tactics about emerging segments of the global Powder Feeding Machines Market to make important business decisions.

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