ctraps at RADIX.NET
Wed Oct 13 08:32:38 EST 1999
> It should be noted that this writer is a well known advocate for
> even opposed a new law limiting pesticides on the grounds that poor
> would starve if pesticides were banned.
Yes, I did oppose unwarented and unnecessary limitations on pesticides.
do. The principle I advocate is that the risk of using a pesticide
outweigh the risk of not using the pesticide, before restricting it
regulation. Some poor people are starving now. I said that more would
unnecessarily under FQPA. Much of FQPA makes little or no sense. I
changed my mind.
> His "company" is simply a lobby organization for the peanut industry.
Wrong. (1) We do not lobby at all. We are a scientific consulting firm
provides product safety, regulatory toxicology, risk assessment, and
modeling services to industry, government, think-tanks, and nonprofit
organizations. (2) We have never received a penny from the peanut
How do you form your ideas, Elke30?
Daniel M. Byrd III, Ph.D., D.A.B.T.
Consultants in Toxicology, Risk Assessment and Product Safety
Suite 707 North
560 N Street, SW
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