You STILL have not established that a study in 1993 is wrong, or superceded by information from a better study. What's wrong with a study from 1993?
That's your claim, and not relevant to this issue.
How the F do you know what I recognized? I recognized that you are using 1993 as if it somehow implies the study is flawed. That's just wrong, so I had no reason to look any more than I did.
Please try to stay on subject.
Really, answering a question is cherry picking? How does that work?
Yes, unreasoning fear.
If you think the EPA only considers cost of remediation you are completely wrong. If the amount of mercury in Tuna was thought to be causing harm, Tuna would be banned.
The EPA does give some cautions:
Fish Consumption Advice
To enjoy the benefits of eating fish while minimizing exposure to mercury, you should:
eat mainly types of fish low in mercury, and limit your consumption of types of fish with typically higher levels of mercury.
Fish are important in a healthy diet. They are a lean, low-calorie source of protein. However, some fish may contain methylmercury or other harmful chemicals at sufficiently high levels to be a concern.
And you appear to be, and the best you come up with is 1993. What's the problem with a study from 1993? Do you have a subsequent study that gives a different result? You haven't posted it, so all I can conclude is that your mind is already made up and you'll try any tactic to try to confirm your beliefs.
If 1993 is the best you can come up with then I was fine assuming that since the article was full of references it wasn't somebody pulling information out of the air.
Like I said, unreasoning fear.
Still not making the slightest bit of sense. The thread is about GMOs. Someone else made comments about Roundup. I looked it up, trimmed the post down to only the part I was replying to and replied with a credible source.
Cherry picking? Not in the least.
Tuna is a fish, not a nut.
I don't eat any kind of fish, I don't like the taste of fish.
Yeah, citing information is a common tactic of a hot head.