More Myths That Need Busting

by Stephen Mills on January 3, 2011

If you like this article you may also want to check out my previous list: Myths That Need Busting.

Here are more myths that need busting based upon current research or my opinion.

You Can Get Non-Genetically Modified Food

Even Europeans who ban genetically modified food are eating exactly that.  Very little food is natural and its genes have been manipulated by humans for thousands of years.  Wheat is a hybrid of three varieties of plant.  Corn started out as a grass.  Many crops are hybrids that are sterile.  Some food varieties have been created by chemical or radiation bombardment to create genetic mutations that are then artificially selected by man.  To say that humans hybridizing or artificially selecting mutations created by nature is natural and that new forms of gene manipulation that are less intrusive is somehow less natural is silly.   My 8 pound poodles are closer to a natural wolf than much of the food we eat is natural.

Disease Does Not Discriminate Based on Race

Yes it does and besides the obvious environmental or socio-economic reasons, there is clear evidence of genetic causes for both the rate and the way different races sometimes respond to various treatments of some disease.  And yet this is such a political hot potato that some people are willing to ignore the science and let people die rather than allow that there could be any such differences.

Criminal Profiling Works

Regardless of it’s popularity on TV shows or in the news media, the evidence is that profilers aren’t any better than a typical college student in coming up with a profile of a criminal.  What they produce is either too vague to help or simply baseline statistics available to anyone such as the fact that most serial killers are male.

JFK Was Murdered by a Conspiracy

The quality of evidence for Oswald acting alone is 1,000 times better than any conspiracy theory.  Read “Reclaiming History” by Vincent Bugliosi for the most exhaustive treatment.

Venting Works

It seems like it helps, but a large amount of research shows venting makes you feel worse not better.  I wrote an article on this: To Vent or Not To Vent.

Athletes Don’t Get “Hot”

Basketball players don’t get on shooting streaks because they get “hot”.  The streaks that occur in basketball and sports generally are clusters that do not exceed what is expected by pure chance (like coin flipping).  There may possibly be some streak somewhere in some sport, but if it exists it has been extremely hard to demonstrate.  It certainly isn’t the widespread phenomena that we think.  As a sports fan I find this hard to accept, but the evidence is pretty clear: Basketball Players and The Hot Hand.

Government Drug Wars Are Effective

Ok, this may not exactly be a myth too many people believe, but since so many people support it for whatever reason, it is important to say it anyway.  Whatever you believe about the use of drugs, whatever impact they may have had on you and your loved ones, the question remains has the war on drugs worked?  The only reasonable answer is “no” and even the drug czar admits it.  Another trillion down the drain.

After 40 years, the United States’ war on drugs has cost $1 trillion and hundreds of thousands of lives, and for what? Drug use is rampant and violence even more brutal and widespread….

Even U.S. drug czar Gil Kerlikowske concedes the strategy hasn’t worked.

“In the grand scheme, it has not been successful,” Kerlikowske told The Associated Press. “Forty years later, the concern about drugs and drug problems is, if anything, magnified, intensified.”…

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Henway January 3, 2011 at 9:02 pm

I agree with the venting one… everytime I vent I just feel more and more stressed, aggravated and depressed. Whenever I meditate, and let things be, I feel better. Venting does me no good.
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Stephen Mills January 4, 2011 at 8:15 pm

Hi Henway and thanks for commenting!

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Becky Blanton January 4, 2011 at 6:01 am

I don’t agree with the drug thing because drugs are necessary for our government’s economy. Don’t believe me. Believe Catherine Austin Fitts. Fitts was Assistant Secretary of Housing under George H.W. Bush.

She has an extremely sophisticated understanding of how the world’s financial system works right down to the “inconvenient truth” that revenues from the illegal drug business are essential for propping up the big money market banks. (Not a theory. Proven over and over again in criminal court trials.) http://www.realecontv.com/videos/post-collapse/re-wiring-the-financial-system.html for her explanation.

I also think JFK was an inside job.
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John D. Buerger, CFP® January 4, 2011 at 12:04 pm

I love Myth Busting. Nice list, Stephen and I’m right there with you on all of them (especially the “hot hand” theory – folks use it way too often to describe investment results, too).

Becky – interesting concept on the war on drugs, but the myth is that the money spent curbs drug use. It doesn’t. The government may want the War on Drugs to fail for the reasons you cite (I won’t get into that), but most people have gone along with the War on Drugs because they mistakenly believe that it benefits society. Truth is, war NEVER benefits society. It just helps keep certain people in power.
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Stephen Mills January 4, 2011 at 8:18 pm

Hi John, and I totally agree about the investment thing. I did a post on jumping monkeys once that was a humorous attempt at making that point.

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Becky Blanton January 4, 2011 at 12:15 pm

Oh I agree with you on that. The War on Drug is a total failure. I’m a journalist and learned that the D.A.R.E. program actually has seen increased drug use as kids learn about drugs and are curious. It’s been quietly phased out in some areas. Before I was a journalist I was a police officer for a year or so. I have seen both sides of the arguments. I think that (1) drugs keep minority populations in check – because when people are killing each other over turf and drugs they’re not getting educated, not getting involved in society and not upsetting the system. So many racist leaning government officials tell me. (2) Drug money is easy to launder. That’s easy for both the good and bad guys. (3) Our troops in Afghanistan are guarding the poppy fields/heroin trade there because drugs brings in bigger money and is easier to grow and move than vegetables. The War on Drugs is the government’s way of finding and keeping tabs on snitches, markets, pipelines and the players in the world drug trade. They know who they are and where they are. It’s easy money for the government. That’s why the “War on Drugs” is bogus. It’s a dog and pony show for those at the top and job security for everyone else. We learned that during prohibition – if there’s a demand there’s a supply!
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Stephen Mills January 4, 2011 at 8:21 pm

Hi Becky and thanks for commenting. I’m enjoying your thread with John.

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Lydia January 4, 2011 at 2:00 pm

One of the sites I follow is GM Watch, and I have to echo the writers of this letter to The Economist they recently posted, linked below for others to read the original its entirety: “SIR – Your otherwise excellent [blogpost] on [Myths That Need Busting] was marred by the assertion that people should abandon their “prejudice” against genetic engineering in order to [not waste time and effort on a meaningless change].”

Yes, splicing transgenes from one species into another IS substantially different from conventional trait selection (and anti-GMO activists have no problem with using genetic markers – Marker Assisted Selection – to find beneficial traits to identify plants to save seeds from) as well as from production of sterile hybrids (the latter is also very damaging to ecosystem diversity).

Here’s the link without further ado: http://www.economist.com/node/17730743

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Stephen Mills January 4, 2011 at 8:20 pm

Hi Lydia, I responded to generically below. Thanks for your comment!

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heather January 4, 2011 at 5:58 pm

on GM….what is of great concern is the manipulation of foods to to be resistant to herbicides and pesticides…..that once a Modified crop is planted it can be DOUSED with chemicals for weed growth, the weeds die and chemicals sit on or absorbed into the food crop…..for our consumption or stock comnsumption for our consumption! and the fact that if the GM crop escapes its boundries into unwanted areas, it can not be eradicated because it is immunity to herbicide ….. and WHO KNOWS what the health problems will be on environment (flora & fauna) and human health because of the comnsumption of these infected foods of herbicides and pesticides.

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Stephen Mills January 4, 2011 at 8:24 pm

Hi Heather and thank you for commenting. I responded generically below but just one comment for you specifically. Genetic modification has resulted in a significant decrease in pesticide use. It’s going to save us from our chemicals. It should be an environmentalist’s dream.

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Stephen Mills January 4, 2011 at 8:12 pm

On the subject of genetically modified foods:

I know my few little sentences was not going to change anyone’s mind, and I’m not going to make this thread a long debate. However, let me expand just a little bit for everyone on the point.

We are currently eating “genetically modified” food and have been for centuries. We even will call this food “natural”, “whole”, or “organic” depending upon how it is grown and processed or not.

This natural and organic genetically modified food has gotten into our food supply by the following methods:

1) Something in the environment like radiation from the sun or other stresses created a genetic change and humans artificially selected and cultivated it for having a beneficial trait.

2) During reproduction a genetic error was introduced and humans artificially selected and cultivated it for having a beneficial trait.

3) Humans induced massive genetic changes by artificially radiating it and then artificially selected and cultivated it for having a beneficial trait.

4) Humans created artificial hybrids and then humans artificially selected and cultivated it for having a beneficial trait.

All of these methods of genetically modified and cultivated foods are currently in our food supply and eaten by most people and like I said we even will call them organic.

I would call all of these uncontrolled changes because we are depending upon random changes as the source of our genetic modification. Some of these are human induced and some are not. In virtually all cases they are human cultivated.

In recent decades a “controlled” genetic modification technology has become available which allows us to intentionally introduce trait changes that we consider desirable rather than hoping it will happen randomly someday and somebody can see it and select for it. That leads to:

5) Humans induced specific controlled genetic changes by artificially making them and then artificially selected and cultivated it for having a beneficial trait.

I submit something very simple and straightforward. It is simply illogical to believe that controlled genetic change introduced in 5 is inherently less safe or in reality fundamentally different that the others. But whether it is or not, the point remains the same; you are already eating genetically modified food whether it was human-induced as in 3 or 4 or nature-induced as in 1 or 2.

I’ve read the arguments and I don’t buy them. I understand other people are afraid of them and I respect that although I think it is a seriously flawed position. All of the things you are afraid of in 5 can happen in 1 through 4. I think GM food is a fantastic technology and if you live in the U.S. you’ve probably been eating it for decades. Much more GM is on the way.

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Becky Blanton January 4, 2011 at 9:09 pm

The worst part about GM food is that the giant agri-growers patent the seeds and plants then run smaller farms out of business with lawsuits claiming the farmer produced crops without permission – even if all the farmer did was have a field where the GM foods blew into the field from a passing truck! To date Monsanto has filed 90 such lawsuits. http://www.i-sis.org.uk/MonsantovsFarmers.php They’re working on patenting pigs and livestock next. Control the food, control the people. GM foods are created by evil organizations, no matter what the food content is. They’re on a larger mission – destroying the American farmer and making money.
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Stephen Mills January 4, 2011 at 10:30 pm

Hi Becky, maybe but that’s a separate issue. The most important thing to me is that I don’t believe there is anything inherently unsafe about GM food and I want:

1) Our food grown on as little land as possible (so the rest can revert to wildness)
2) Our food grown without using up all the water
3) Our food grown without pouring chemicals into our environment

GM food is the way to that and whatever “business” problems arise can be dealt with separately.

I’ve already said more on GM than I ever intended :-)

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Becky Blanton January 4, 2011 at 10:47 pm

Thanks Stephen, a separate issue, but an important one. As a journalist I’ve covered the GM issue and there are reports of allergens for some people with the GM corn. Rare, but true. I was also following the latest reports that blame GM on the bee population demise. They have some interesting statistics, but not enough out yet publicly. I have to say from what I know, have read and the people I’ve interviewed that GM food is dangerous. The fact that bees cannot survive on the Royal Pollen created from GM flowers is a huge indicator there’s something wrong. The upcoming Codex on vitamins and alternative health means more more for pharmaceuticals who want us to be mal-nourished and without access to alternative and natural foods or supplements and dependent on their overpriced meds is a big alarm bell for me and many of the medical professionals I’ve talked to who have natural health backgrounds. It’s up to everyone to choose, but if we don’t get a choice – that’s scary.
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jdl January 4, 2011 at 11:06 pm

Farmers that use GM seed report substantial increase in yields and profits. Ask any of them and they would never go back. This especially holds true for developing countries where needs are high. I do believe Monsanto would ruin someone to protect their patent. You either protect a patent or lose it. Smaller farms go under for many reasons but mostly because owners work 100 hours a week for half of minimum wage. They exhaust themselves as do many small business owners and they can’t compete. Walmart has this effect on every community where it builds– and as ruthless as this process is, it works– as long as there is some form of meaningful competition.

Because of the insistence by governments to ensure competition, elites have persuaded governments to issues patents, which they use to monopolize an idea. We could argue and successfully that patents hinder innovation– slow it down, which they do. If you want a cause that would revolutionize progress it would be to eliminate patents or at least to make them good for a very short period of time– 6 months. This would jump-start innovation and cause a brush fire of creativity unknown in recorded history. If we really want to change the world that is one guaranteed way to do it.

GM food is fantastic. We will be able to double food production in less than a generation which hopefully will encourage rapid population growth. We need billions more people if want to produce the genius to take ourselves forward. The genetic diversity, mutations, advancement of the human condition requires more people not less and there is room for billions more. Only 3% of arable land is presently under cultivation world wide. There is a ridiculous amount of cultivatable soil available to humans.

Conspiracy theories give too much credit to corporations and governments. They aren’t that smart to conceive of a plan to destroy the American farmer. They are opportunists and they have plans that rarely extend a year out in any meaningful way. Calling them evil gives them far too much credit. Plus it implies intrinsic traits which gets us into another discussion. The lawsuits that follow from a Monsanto initiative are extrinsic to goals of the company. They really don’t want farmers to go out of business. They want as many customers as possible and they really wish they didn’t have to spend millions on lawyers protecting the patents. So get rid of the patents I say.

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Becky Blanton January 4, 2011 at 11:12 pm

That’s a reasonable argument. What gets conspiracy theorists going is the viciousness and disregard for human life. Most of the farmers in these lawsuits are not “stealing” their seed nor are they a threat to the patent. By harming a handful of farmers they’re creating more ill will, bad press, suspicion and hatred and mistrust of their seeds. Perception is everything and if they don’t get that it won’t matter if they’re “just protecting a patent” or are truly Satan in overalls with a pitchfork. They will run into problems. I’m with you, get rid of the patents, eliminate the upcoming codex and controls on vitamins and supplements and give people a choice. In a free market the product and demand win. In a fascist state, like America is becoming, corporate oligarchies rule.
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jdl January 4, 2011 at 11:24 pm

Plus one other thing. When the Chinese went to GM seeds and reduced the use of pesticides by some giant %– they calculated that fatal respiratory deaths dropped by 20,000 people a year. In this light Monsanto becomes heroic and I say that with no sarcasm intended. The work they are doing will contribute to the better health of millions.

The American dilemma in my opinion is that the rest of the world wants in on the good life and they are going to get it. Americans more than any other group will have a great deal of social unrest as they adjust to a new world order in terms of wealth. A free enterprise system runs on the evolutionary principal of experimentation and adaptation. Those who do it best flourish. Those who don’t perish. And only 40% of Americans even believe in evolution, let alone understand the principals at work. Things are going to be tough and any parent that cannot properly educate a child has abandoned that child to a ruthless outcome. This will not be America’s century.

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Becky Blanton January 5, 2011 at 4:39 am

Americans have no problem with the rest of the world wanting in on the good life or having wealth – unless the rest of the world takes away their wealth to do so. They have a problem with losing the good life they have so other countries can get their jobs. There is no truly free enterprise system in America. Regulations, taxes and other hoops instituted in just the last five years have made it all but impossible for small businesses to flourish.

When Obama stepped up to bail out the banks and the car manufacturers the free enterprise system in America ceased to exist. ONLY major corporations receive help when they fail to succeed in an open market. Where’s the “evolutionary principle” there? The “New World Order” is one in which America ceases to exist. I’ll be shocked if we’re still a sovereign nation in 10-20 years. I see a North American union coming – the design for the Amero is already underway. The NAFTA super highway connecting ports from the Gulf of Mexico to Mexico and traveling north to Canada in an interstate four football fields wide, Canada’s uranium mines development and the ongoing and under reported news of American utilities transitioning to nuclear power, the persistent drum beating of “new world order” from Johnson to Obama, are intent on erasing the borders. President Bush pushed the agenda hardest – Google a 2005 report entitled “Building a North American Community.” In anticipation of the social unrest when this is publicly announced, law enforcement agencies around the country received “Homeland Security Grants” that allowed them to purchase machine guns, tanks and armor for their departments in the event of coming “civil unrest.” I know. I covered the grants in VA when our rural area – mostly farmers and senior citizens who came here to retire, wanted to know why the Sheriff was buying machine guns and SWAT gear and riot control equipment!
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jdl January 4, 2011 at 11:39 pm

In Monsanto’s defense I don’t think they have ever sued someone for seed blowing onto an adjacent property. What they sue for is saved seed. In other words you buy some Monsanto seed, grow your crop and then you gather all the seed that came from the GM crop and replant it next year. This is against the agreement that farmers sign when they buy seed and it is other farmers who turn in the ones that do this. There have only been 9 cases I think go to trial and all in Monsanto’s favour. As I said before 99.9 % of farmers go along with the deal and most quite happily.

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Becky Blanton January 5, 2011 at 4:22 am

http://www.law.northwestern.edu/journals/njtip/v4/n1/1/
http://www.percyschmeiser.com/conflict.htm

With 600,000 acres of Roundup Ready® canola planted in the U.S. and over 4,000,000 acres planted in Canada,65 GMO farming is becoming a common practice. Seeds may be spread by many vectors, including wind, wild animals, combines, transport vehicles, and commingling during storage.66 Wind is a major contributor to the unwanted spread of GM seeds.67 Bentgrass seed, another GM seed produced by Monsanto, can travel up to thirteen miles by wind alone.68 Canola seeds are not nearly as mobile, but because they are small, round, and smooth they also travel easily in the wind.69 Some estimates show that 800 meters of buffer are required to isolate canola from cross-contamination.70 Other studies, however, indicate that the problem is less severe and that there is minimal—less than one percent—gene flow through seeds between adjacent fields.71

¶ 15 Pollen containment is another concern.72 Plants produce pollen in order to bear the fruits for which we harvest them. GM plants produce pollen that contains a copy of the dominant patented gene; therefore, any plant fertilized with GM plant pollen will produce GM seeds.73 This creates a serious problem for both restricting illegal use of the technology and for preventing genetic contamination of nearby fields.74 The desirable traits are significantly reduced in a plant created by cross-pollination.75 Nevertheless, “once [GM seeds] are released into the environment, the consequences of their uncontrolled reproduction in the face of decreased biodiversity cannot be predicted.”76

¶ 16 Dormancy is also a problem. Canola seeds may remain dormant for six to ten years before germination.77 This means that, even if GM plants are removed from a field, there is a period of up to ten years where there is a strong likelihood that a portion of the contaminated seeds that remain in the ground will germinate.78 This makes it extraordinarily difficult for a farmer to stop infringement once he or she has received notice that the gene is on his or her property.
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Shailender @ Travel India January 6, 2011 at 6:49 am

I agreed with you about #1 myth. We eat all the foods which are chemically produced and enhanced, nothing is natural. Technology has developed human clone it means even human are not natural so how can we expect that our foods are natural ??
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Becky Blanton January 6, 2011 at 9:30 am

Here it is…a news story that should be a headline, but has been completely shut out by the mass media.

US State Department made plans to attack France for daring to reject Monsanto’s toxic GMO corn seeds.

The world as it really is.

Video:

http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/1000.html
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Nea | Self Improvement Saga January 10, 2011 at 4:57 pm

You have a great list. Of course I don’t agree with them all (esp. JFK and somewhat about the profiling), but the others are awesome. The one about genetically modified food is so true – you really can’t get away from it. Same for the one about the so-called drug war. It’s almost laughable.
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yves August 16, 2011 at 7:10 pm

This started to become a debate on GM foods: harmful or beneficial..I am in favor with GM food modification and I am really in what Stephen and JDL has elaborately explained. People will do anything just to feed the mouths of their children and even we are a product of genetic modification..( according to Darwin). It is the survival of the fittest species..Yes, we are given the mind to use to save other species and being self righteous we impose different rules and means to do that..But is it not also righteous to save those million hungry human who also needs our help? Nature know how to balance itself..If man made something wrong/destructive., do you think that nature don’t have the power to undo it?Nature compounded by time is a very powerful adversary and no human power can even defeat that, not even genetic modification..
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Ian September 3, 2011 at 2:33 am

I totally agree with you Yves. Even though we have the capability to genetically modify our food and all other food sources from nature.. Nature has it’s way to undo the genetic modification because of nature’s natural adaptation. Genetic modification is not a bad thing for me either. As long as it doesn’t harm our genes as well.
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Yes i also agree with you guys, I do believe Monsanto would ruin someone to protect their patent. You either protect a patent or lose it. Smaller farms go under for many reasons but mostly because owners work 100 hours a week for half of minimum wage. They exhaust themselves as do many small business owners and they can’t compete. Thanks for stopping by!
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