Connecting the Dots: Glyphosate and COVID-19 - Stephanie Seneff, Ph.D.

Why would the location of their restaurant matter? My hypothesis is that the biofuel industry
is inadvertently introducing glyphosate into fuels that power our cars, trucks, buses,
airplanes, and ships. While it has long been known that exhaust fumes are toxic to the lungs,
there has been a transformation in the fuel industry over the past decade that may have led
to a critical increase in the toxicity of the fumes. Specifically, aerosolized
glyphosate may be causing damage to the lungs that makes catching what should be a
mild cold into a serious health crisis.

Glyphosate is the active ingredient in the pervasive herbicide, Roundup. It’s used extensively
on GMO and non-GMO crops alike, both to control weeds and as a desiccant at the harvest. The
waste products from these crops are the raw components that go into the biofuels.


I cannot claim to have proven that glyphosate is causing the weakened immune system and
lung damage that sets up a susceptibility to an acute response to COVID-19. Science is a
process of inquiry and we must keep inquiring. However, the circumstantial evidence is
compelling and more research is needed. I hope I will inspire scientific researchers who
have the necessary skills to further explore this hypothesis.
Arty turns 11 this summer.