“Organic food” – makes pharmaceutical industries work against insects – a danger for society in general


“Organic food” – makes pharmaceutical industries work against insects – a danger for society in general


Florent Pirot

Independent researcher


The author’s works have shown in various ways the absence of dangerosity of pesticides for human health, as all the studies claiming to find effects forget the side contamination with alpha-emitting nanoparticulates (from radon, phosphated fertilizers, car fumes, coal ashes for instance) that interacts with the samples and destroys the scientific validity of the results. This paper looks at the issue of organic food in a different way, because organic food also thrives on the sheer claim that it benefits to insects, and the author’s results here show that this is not the case too.


Keywords: “Organic food”; pharmaceutical industries work

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Florent Pirot. “Organic food” – makes pharmaceutical industries work against insects – a danger for society in general. Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy, 2021, 5:10. DOI: 10.28933/rjpp-2021-02-0708


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