"It is absolutely scandalous that [the EFSA] keeps secret the information on which they based their evaluation [of NK603],” he said.While I understand the sentiment behind his comments, I also feel it a bit rash to completely refuse to provide information unless the EFSA does as well. It does beg the question - are they hiding something? My gut tells me no, and that this is a knee-jerk reaction to the seemingly scandalous decision to reject the study outright; however, in these types of situations where the health of millions of people around the world are at stake, one must be able to put aside anger and frustration in order to accomplish the goals the study set out to achieve in the first place.
"In any event, we will not give them anything. We will put the information in the public domain when they do," Seralini said in an AFP report.
I sincerely hope that he comes to his senses on the matter. This isn't about you having your feelings hurt, Seralini. It is about innocent lives that are being affected by a product that is being sold as safe when it is clearly and blatantly toxic. I'm not a religious person, but I must wonder if this is why pride is considered one of the seven deadly sins - and in this case, it's deadly and detrimental to a multitude of people.