Monthly Archives: July 2016

RoundUp

A Poem by Donal Mahoney Monsanto still has problems after the carnage caused by Agent Orange. People continue to decay. Monsanto’s Roundup has its problems, too. It wipes out weeds, some native plants as well. The milkweed is a good … Continue reading

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RoundUp, the new Agent Orange

Why is RoundUp, the new Agent Orange, still available? http://projectagentorange.com/simplemachinesforum/index.php?topic=127.msg21529#msg21529 http://projectagentorange.com/simplemachinesforum/index.php?topic=127.msg21539#msg21539 http://projectagentorange.com/simplemachinesforum/index.php?topic=127.msg21538#msg21538 http://projectagentorange.com/simplemachinesforum/index.php?topic=127.msg21540#msg21540

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Fireworks after Vietnam

A Poem by Donal Mahoney Joe went to the mall yesterday and found a big tent pitched at the head of the drive. Someone selling fireworks. The sign said discounts for all veterans. Joe thought of his brother Bob after … Continue reading

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How did Dow Chemical/Monsanto Allow This to Happen?–Part 2

Because of “The Fog of Agent Orange” by Charles Schmidt, Scientific American, June, 2016: Jeanne Stellman, professor emeritus of health policy and management at Columbia University: “….[C]hemical corporations and a large segment of the U.S. government” would prefer that health … Continue reading

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How did Dow Chemical/Monsanto Allow This to Happen?

from “The Fog of Agent Orange” by Charles Schmidt, Scientific American, June, 2016: TCDD (one of the most dangerous components of Agent Orange) can reprogram epigenetic controls with consequences that might appear long after the chemical has been cleared from … Continue reading

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