Michael McNeill doesn't look like a hippy and his credentials clearly show him as an expert in his field with a Ph.D in Quantitative Genetics and Plant Pathology from Iowa State University. So when Dr. McNeill testifies that "scientists are seeing new, alarming patterns in plants and animals due to increased use of the herbicide Roundup," it's time (past time?) to pay attention.
We found this article in the Boulder Weekly, a Boulder, CO newspaper and found it interesting.
It's the nature of progressive thinking in our society. It takes concerned citizens that become convinced something is not right with what we are being told. They are ridiculed as being activists, commies, pinkos or whatever the current insult might happen to be. Eventually, people with families begin to see things like the radicals and the ranks of dissent swell. This is the point we are now at: Finally the experts, the learned who's bread is buttered by the evil-doers, finally realize that the status quo is not just harmful, but is harmful to them and their families as well.
And then government suddenly wakes up and says, "Huh? There's something going on? I better pass a law!"
I'll leave it at that. I can feel my blood pressure rising just thinking about passing laws....