Before we get to graphene, let’s briefly talk about glyphosate.
On June 17, “in a historic victory for farmworkers and the environment, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit sided with Center for Food Safety … by overturning the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) decision that the toxic pesticide glyphosate is safe for humans and imperiled wildlife.”
How many years and how many ruined lives did it take? Many. And even now, this doesn’t meant that glyphosate is going to vanish. First of all, it’s everywhere, from horizon to horizon. It is in the food, in the water, in the soil, you name it. Second of all, the nature of bullies is to only retreat when they are completely decimated and embarrassed. And even then, disgraced industry execs find ways to regroup, perhaps migrate to a different industry, and continue pushing unsafe products using same old marketing gimmicks (which is what happened when Big Tobacco execs moved to the food industry, which I wrote about in a recent story.)