Pesticide Saturation of Food Supply Found to be Making Americans Stupid-Natural News
Pesticide saturation of food supply found to be making Americans stupid
Mike Adams If you’ve noticed that an increasing number of people appear to be stupid, it may not be their fault: Recent science reveals that pesticides damage brain function and lower IQs.

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And in a bombshell science news report, scientists have just published a rigorous study that appears to obliterate the “evolution of the species” consensus. A mitochondrial DNA study concludes that no animal species living on Earth today is older than 200,000 years.

This contradicts everything we’ve been taught about Darwinism, evolution and the origin of the species.

Find out more about this extraordinary science story here.

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