It doesn't matter if it was written in 1816. Much of what you suggest is 'research' is just as old, largely unpublished, lacking proper peer-review and is scientifically illiterate and inaccurate in too may ways to count.

As for the Pusztai Affair, you're highly misinformed. His research was lacking and incomplete by his own admission, and repeatedly failed to follow proper academic procedure.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pusztai_affair

Correlation does NOT imply causation. Anecdotal evidence is NOT "evidence". It's utterly irrelevant who funded the research. Either it stands up to the rigors of the scientific process, or it doesn't. When you can produce credible, reproducible results that demonstrate the same level of veracity as that of the vast majority of the scientific community, then you'll have my attention. Until such time, you're simply selling snake oil. Very DANGEROUS snake oil, at that.

The road to hell is paved with good intentions.





Edited by Timbo (02/05/18 12:31 PM)
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