It's not what you say; it's how it's said (commentary)

It's not what you say; it's how it's said (commentary)

THE thoughts of Vandana Shiva, a well-known anti-biotech activist, are pretty interesting. It's obvious when you hear her speak that she is passionate, educated and worldly.

Studies have shown that, in many scientific debates, the people who are most educated about the topic are on the polarized opposite ends.

Shiva may have had revolutionary ideas to share, but the way she chose to share her thoughts made it very hard to li

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