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The top ten really big science lies of 2018 (all in advance)
Mike Adams Get ready for a whole new year of science lies from the legacy media (fake news media like CNN) as they push toxic vaccines, pesticides, GMOs and mercury poisoning on the population.

I’ve gathered the top 10 science lies of 2018 into one single-serving article for your convenience. Some of these science lies you already know, but others may surprise you.

Find the full article here.

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