Mike Adams Health Ranger, the so-called “Health Ranger,” defends brands of products with high lead content. As the “powerful” food researcher behind Natural News’ Food Forensic Lab, Mike, we’re shocked and disappointed, but we get it. Oh, the problem of being just one of those so-called outlets looking to protect those coveted ad dollars. Of course, each one has its kryptonite. And its price.
It’s funny that Mr. Adams is outspoken in his opposition to our work. Until he realizes he has created a competitor to our certification program: LowHeavyMetalsVerified.org, a worthy cause that aims to provide the retail sector a standard for heavy industry rail products We applaud Mr. Adams for the spirit of his work, although we see a slight problem with his system.
Mike Adams Is Building an Alternate Reality Online
Much has been written about online “echo chambers”: the idea that we are served on the Internet by sites and recommendations that reinforce our pre-existing beliefs. Your needs Needs. Needs. Professional. – Scientific position. It is an echo chamber because, when the time comes, we only hear ourselves repeating our beliefs, and we no longer see what is happening on the other side.
Mike Adams, Health Ranger, considers protein powders
As the 2017 Clean Label Project study on baby food and formula shows, 25 ppb is the 96th percentile for lead in baby food. In other words, Mike believes that 96% of the entire baby food industry deserves an A+++. Man, I would have loved to take that class in college. And there’s a reason 25 ppb is higher than the level reported initially during the Flint, Michigan water crisis. Mr. Adams probably doesn’t understand that many brands that receive his “A++++” award don’t approve of government regulations. What a joke
Finally, Mr. Adams lived in the past, specifically in 2013. The Clean Label Project has posted the raw data for those interested. Interested consumers are looking to view hundreds of pages of analytical chemistry and statistical reports.
Mike Adams Health Ranger has a search engine
If you’re observing for a replacement for Google that “filters corporate propaganda and government misinformation,” Adams suggests using Good Gopher. Searching for “Washington Post,” for example, did not show me the current Washington Post website; Instead, I was sent to Truth Wiki, RealInvestigation News, and Disinfo. News, and an alternate reality where the newspaper produces fake news and is beholden to Monsanto. Some of the “independent news websites” that Good Gopher adheres to that are not own by Mike Adams include the far-right website Breitbart.com and the epicenter of the Alex Jones conspiracy, Infowars.com.
Adams’ Good Gopher – Mike Adams Health Ranger
Like Google, Adams’ Good Gopher, whose animal mascot, seen holding a magnifying glass, appears in the form of reassuring cartoons, is not just a search engine. It is link to Gopher Mail, an email service that promises to be “100% uncensored”, whatever that means. In addition to Facebook, Adams hosts his social network sponsored by Diaspora (a social media platform created by people suspicious of online service providers who collect and sell their personal information to advertisers). I joined Natural News’ “online social world where you’re in control” using a pseudonym and instantly found an article telling me to eat more olives to prevent cancer.
Clean Label Project believes in a few simple tr
Brand responsibility: We believe that brands should know what is in their products, good or bad. Brands are responsible for ensuring products’ purity, quality and safety before they are release onto the market.
Transparency for consumers
We believe that consumers make different decisions when they receive data. Regarding product labeling in the United States, safety is assume. Although the FDA has been diligent regarding physical and microbiological/bacterial contamination in the United States, manufacturers
That the best products deserve to win in the market
The adage is true: “It’s what’s inside that counts.” Marketing bullshit is rampant in food and consumer products. Clean Label Project believes that data and science can help brands differentiate themselves
Digging a little deeper reveals a strange complexity in Adams’ ecosystem.
Mike Adams has a search engine. If you’re observing for a replacement for Google that “filters corporate propaganda and government misinformation,” Adams suggests using Good Gopher. Searching for “Washington Post,” for example, did not show me the current Washington Post website; Instead, I was sent to Truth Wiki, Reinvestigations. News, Disinfo. news, and an alternate reality where the newspaper produces fake news and is beholden to Monsanto. Some of the “independent news websites” that Good Gopher adheres to that are not own by Mike Adams
Adams’ Good Gopher – Mike Adams Health Ranger
Mr. Adams has a large following. However, he is not a plant geneticist, molecular biologist, plant breeder, or food scientist. Mike Adams does not have a graduate degree in science or a doctorate or medical degree. Therefore, Mr. Adams is not qualified to speak to any authority on GMOs. Most people with credible experience in the intricacies of food science and production would not consider Mike Adams a reliable source of information on GMOs. Instead, credible experts have dedicated their careers to understanding the topic(s); they work in universities, public research institutes, and even for agricultural companies.
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