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David🌾Kucher 24 Jan 19
You would thing an oncologist would be aware of some of it then.
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Veronica 24 Jan 19
You'd think--but you'd be wrong. Some are. The medical profession is notorious on being behind on emerging health issue and even being in favor of things that are harmful or unaware of things that are harmful. So I wouldn't put all my money on one profession.
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Kevin Folta 24 Jan 19
Really? There is no evidence of this, and no way that energy at that wavelength can have discrete interaction with biological matter. I've tested that hypothesis years ago (at the molecular level) and was quite disappointed.
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Veronica 24 Jan 19
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Kevin Folta 24 Jan 19
Oh no! ? Really. Veronica, you need better sources.
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Veronica 24 Jan 19
You appear to be an industry suck up. There is nothing that you can be shown that will change your dug-in stance. There are hundreds of research papers out there--peer-reviewed and published. But that won't be enough for you. I guess we are at an impasse. No more time to waste.
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Tara Barger 25 Jan 19
Yep, don't waste your time.
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Kevin Folta
Joan gets it wrong, as usual. I did professional witness work for a German law firm. The work was confidential and was examining some ancient data. It was not "consulting for Bayer" and said so in my paperwork. Biofortified cherry picked that out. 1/2
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