The people who hold the most extreme views opposing genetically modified foods think they know most about GMO food science but actually know the least, according to new research.
The key finding of the paper, published Jan. 14 in Nature Human Behaviour, is that the more strongly people report being opposed to GMO foods, the more knowledgeable they think they are on the topic, but the lower they score on an actual knowledge test.
Pretzel Prep - Whether you make this month’s featured recipe or tackle a traditional soft pretzel dough, you’ll likely want to twist the treats into the pretzel classic shape. It isn’t as complicated as it seems. Roll dough into a rope, tapering them slightly at both ends. Form the rope into a “U” shape. Cross the ends over each other twice to form the twist. Bring the ends to the bottom of the “U” and press the tips out. Pretzel perfection! For More recipes from March 2019 - Click to view the recipe page as printed.
When Glory began her first training class at Agape Boarding School Ranch, the 3-year-old mare was wild, nervous and afraid. She didn’t trust anyone. She refused to obey.
Her 17-year-old trainer, Hunter Scarbury of Mesa, Ariz., could relate. After all, that same type of behavior is what led him to this rigid residential facility for troubled boys in Stockton, Mo.
“Back home, I was skipping school, getting in trouble, and eventually my parents kicked me out,” Scarbury said. “I lived on the streets for a while, and then they decided to send me here to straighten out my life. It was rough for the first few months because I was fighting it, but now . . .