National geographic March 2015 hijacked


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National geographic front page & article has already been hijacked to create bunk when the article is about fighting bunk
Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science?
We live in an age when all manner of scientific knowledge—from climate change to vaccinations—faces furious opposition.
Some even have doubts about the moon landing.
There’s a scene in Stanley Kubrick’s comic masterpiece Dr. Strangelove in which Jack D. Ripper, an American general who’s gone rogue and ordered a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union, unspools his paranoid worldview—and the explanation for why he drinks “only distilled water, or rainwater, and only pure grain alcohol”—to Lionel Mandrake, a dizzy-with-anxiety group captain in the Royal Air Force.

yet dr Mercola says its about

Dr. Joseph Mercola

The latest cover of the National Geographic headlines with a statement signed by 300 scientists, physicians and scholars from consumer, food safety and environmental groups like the Consumers Union, Center for Food Safety, Friends of the Earth, and Pesticide Action Network, urging the media to report the truth about GMO safety. And the truth is: there is no scientific consensus on the safety of GMOs. Read more:
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I could not find any reference to signed by 300 within article. Its just been added by mercola in his link a suspected a bait click using NGeo front page as the bait. It is nice to see some Dr M posted comments show this to be untruth as well



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