Glyphosate is a tricky word that doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue. It’s not a common point of conversation that people have heard about. But everyone has heard of Roundup. Drive across the United States and you’ll see vast fields with crop labels that say “Roundup Ready.” Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the pervasive herbicide Roundup. Monsanto, its original manufacturer, claims it is a wonder chemical for agriculture that effectively kills essentially all plants, while leaving humans and other animals unscathed. But Monsanto’s argument is fatally flawed.
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S Seneff and G Nigh. Worse Than the Disease? Reviewing Some Possible Unintended Consequences of the mRNA Vaccines Against COVID-19. International Journal of Vaccine Theory, Practice, and Research 2(1): 38-79.
S. Seneff. Glyphosate as a Glycine Analogue. Chapter 19 in A Handbook of Environmental Toxicology: Human Disorders and Ecotoxicology. JPF D'Mello, Editor. CAB International. Wallingford, Oxfordshire UK. 2020. pp. 282-295.
S. Seneff, N.J. Causton, G.L. Nigh, G. Koenig and D. Avalon. Can glyphosates disruption of the gut microbiome and induction of sulfate deficiency explain the epidemic in gout and associated diseases in the industrialized world? Journal of Biological Physics and Chemistry 2017; 17: 53-76.