Do you like narratives? So do I! And I was so proud to be part of this project! Fourat Junabi compiles essays (I like to call them narratives) into a FREE e-book format. These narratives provide information that help the reader navigate some of the complexities around GMOs. In addition to my piece on why people believe GMO myths, there are essays from Kevin Folta, Anastasia Bodnar, Brian Scott, Steve Savage,Karl Haro von Mogel, Keith Kloor and others. Check it out!
I’d like to announce that my project at which I’ve been working on since April has finally sprouted its wings and made its way into the digital ether. The Lowdown on GMOs: According to Science features chapters from the likes of plant geneticists, plant pathologists, molecular biologists, farmers, professors, journalists, renowned authors, a couple of bloggers and even a historian. The subject matter tackles fear-mongering, gene commonality between species, knowledge discrimination, how GMOs reduce farming inputs, the myth-making ability of the human brain, and many more.
Lastly, I haven’t mentioned the best thing about the eBook: It’s FREE. You can download it for Kindle, Nook, iOS, or as PDF here at Smashwords.
I have an upcoming guest post at Genetic Literacy Project which should come online later today. In it, I’ll be discussing the role of the authority in an argument from authority, specifically when it comes to arguments…
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