I take misinformation very seriously, it doesn't do anybody any good and often causes harm, so yeah, it's a big deal.You seriously take things waaaay too serious.
That is an "appeal to nature fallacy", which means it is a bad argument, or, an illogical concept to accept.The whole point is: I don't trust humans when they take things from the earth and repurpose them into items that can kill you.
Natural is not inherently safe, and unnatural is not inherently unsafe.
Wow...there are a myriad of things that can be deadly that are necessary for our daily lives, we just need to understand the hazards and how to minimize risk....I mean, hell, you put gasoline in your care, do you think we should stop producing it because it can be deadly?They know they can kill you, and yet still produce them to make money. ie: Asbestos, lead, tobacco, meth, crack, cocaine, cadmium, CIC, to name a few.
Oh and.....it is not good guys producing meth, crack, cocaine etc, that would be criminals. It's weird that you lumped them all together.
Again, we just need to understand the hazards. The chromate coating on the aluminum components on an aircraft aren't hurting anybody....unless they mishandle them during the manufacturing process. This has nothing to do with the safety of GMO's or pesticides.Hell, I'm in aerospace engineering and even we use materials that can kill you.
It's a strange argument you are making, you don't trust man.....yet you are involved in producing the very products you are condemning. Quite the conundrum.Although we try to get away from that when we can. But I am forced to use them so people can fly around safely. Well, until the can hits the ground anyway. (SPLAT) The problem is, we can't escape all this shit so we deal with it the best we can.
You'll at least have the advantage of a lighter wallet, no safety or nutritional advantage...but you'll spend more.I eat organic when I can....