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The Risk-Monger has seen a lot of narrow, myopic thinking finding reaffirmation on social media sites. As prejudiced thinking surrounds itself in silos that give comfort and support, dialogue and consensus-building suffers. In that spirit, the Risk-Monger has started micro-blogging on Facebook to further reinforce his bad ideas.

Posted by David Zaruk

A recent 16 year study taking 5000 samples of blood and sperm from young males entering the Danish military from two towns (using the best available analytical technology) found no decrease in sperm counts or evidence of endocrine disruption. The researchers chose not to publish their findings. Why not? That is a very good question.

Posted by David Zaruk

Dear CEO, I am really ready to give up. I have written to you, and about you, many times hoping to get you to see things more objectively. I have even offered to come to your offices (at no charge) and explain to your staff what it is like to work in a company. I can only conclude that you are not interested in listening to anyone you might not agree with. Thus I have resorted to writing you this open letter.

Posted by David Zaruk

It has become more common practice for environmental campaigners to “make things up” to increase public outrage and further their activism. The Risk-Monger suggests that there is something wrong with lying and that it is high time for activist NGO groups like CEO, Sum of Us or Greenpeace to consider enforcing internal ethical codes of good conduct.

Posted by David Zaruk