"No detectable effects" is very different from "no effect". We have
a long list of chemicals which the industry insisted had "no
detectable effect" on people but which turned out later to cause
cancers, mutations, or disrupted development of the baby in pregnant
>Obviously you see this as an ethical issue. Instead of an emotional
>appeal, I would like to see a well-reasoned ethical argument.
We don't want the industry putting foreign chemicals into our bodies
without our knowledge and consent, whether these chemicals have any
detectable effect or not. (This is exactly the same ethical reason why
we want GMOs labelled.) If you still can't appreciate see the ethical
issue, I doubt if you ever will.
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