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How industry studies hide behind the 'scientific method' while betraying basic principles of science and public health

Scientific method

(NaturalNews) Generally speaking, people have misconceptions about a lot of things, and some very important things at that. This happens because the establishment pushes misconceptions as fact in an attempt to control people's opinions on important matters, such as war, banking, government, science and medicine.

Zen Gardner, writing for the Daily Sheeple, highlights what she believes are seven of the most common misconceptions people have about society. She cautions that people need to be careful not to believe that things are the way they wish them to be.

"Just because we all want to live in a just world doesn't mean we actually do live in a just world. Great problems arise when we take our misconceptions and assert them as fact," Gardner writes.

Ruling by the barrel of a gun

"Remember what Mohandas Gandhi said, when he was asked what he thought of Western civilization: 'I think it would be a very good idea.' With wit and insight, he was clearly pointing out that the West had not yet achieved 'civilization,' given that it was still engaged in land and resource theft via colonization, and genocide against active and indigenous peoples."

Among the misconceptions Gardner lists, is the idea that we all live equally under the "Rule of Law," but in truth, there is no such thing when the law is written by crooks and criminals who expect only the people to follow it.

Another major misconception involves the purported "Political Authority of Government," which Gardner argues doesn't really exist, because none of us signed a "social contract," meaning we never gave consent to this "unquestionable authority" called government. "The truth is that government rules by the barrel of a gun, and its authority is utterly illegitimate."

Third on the list, and the topic we will be examining here more closely, is the "Scientific Method," a term Gardner argues is used to defend "criminal or even heinous things and activities like prescription drugging of the population, vaccines, GMOs and geoengineering (to stop the imagined manmade global warming non-phenomenon)."

Sadly, science has been used as a weapon against the people for a long time, and in many different ways.

How industries manipulate the 'scientific method'

According to its official definition, the scientific method is "a method of research in which a problem is identified, relevant data are gathered, a hypothesis is formulated from these data, and the hypothesis is empirically tested."

Sounds like a solid way to reach a conclusion, right? It is, but the problem lies in the fact that industries and governments do not actually follow that procedure, yet still back their products and agendas with the term "scientific method."

A perfect example of this involves vaccines.

Immunizations today contain a slew of controversial ingredients, including MSG, formaldehyde, aluminum and mercury. These vaccines have not been proven safe, yet their so-called efficacy and safety is backed by the "scientific method," which in this case is a total lie concealed and pushed by the medical establishment, pharmaceutical makers and the government – all of which stand to profit off mass vaccination.

Manufactured 'science'

Another example involves genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Again, agriculture and chemical companies defend their products by saying that they're backed by "science," but the truth is, the only data they have is manufactured and/or faked.

No studies exist proving the long-term safety of GMO consumption. In fact, the longest running study involving the effects of GM corn consumption on lab rats showed the opposite to be true. The biotech industry viciously attacked and tried to debunk the 2012 Seralini study, but he and his team of researchers stand by their methods and results, which illustrate the horrifying tumors rats developed after being on a 90-day diet of GM corn.

Industry "science," used to approve and push products, is some the worst junk science there is. For example, in November, we learned that Monsanto completely faked its toxicology studies on glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup.

In an attempt to show that glyphosate was "safe," Monsanto diluted their data with irrelevant information from unrelated studies – covering up the truth that it causes cancer and tumors. If they hadn't done this, glyphosate may never have been approved for market use.

"How can we trust the much-praised scientific hierarchy of evidence when it is so easy to get around the back door by various means of fraud, whether it be outright omission, distortion by changing data sets and many of the other tricks used to change real science into corporate junk science?" Gardner asks.

The answer is, we can't.






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