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4 Stories Examining Sense, Nonsense and Science

Check out these stories by Joe Schwarcz, director of McGill University’s Office for Science and Society. Their mission is the separate sense from nonsense. Dr. Schwarcz is renown for this engaging lectures from chemistry of food to the connection between the body and the mind.

He’s also a columnist for European Seed where he provides thought-provoking commentary. Here’s a review of what was on his mind this past year.

Eat Less, Live More

It may not be an appetizing idea, but the key to living longer may be found on the dinner plate. Or better stated, not found there.

The Turf May Be Artificial, But The Issues Are Real

The Euro 2020 tournament provided us with some excellent soccer matches, all played on natural grass. However, sometimes the simmering controversy about the safety of playing on artificial turf comes to a boil.

What’s Up Doc?

Remember Bugs Bunny’s classic question, “What’s up Doc?” I’ll tell you what’s up. Carrot consumption! Why? Because those polyethylene-bagged cute little baby carrots are extremely appealing.