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  • funfundvierzig funfundvierzig May 21, 2013 12:56 PM Flag

    Careful, Young Professors, You May Be Tainted!

    PR-Driven DuPont Management Tries To Grab Some Credit & Credibility From Your Scientific Work?

    Good Afternoon, Bonsoir, Guten Abend, Buona Sera,

    Readers, DuPont execs and their PR flim-flam artists were out at the crack of dawn yesterday (May 20, 2013) with a splashy self-promoting PRESS RELEASE, "DuPont Celebrates Scientific Innovation By Recognizing Young Professors".

    Ironically many young professors of character and integrity exemplifying the highest standards of scientific achievement would be repulsed by the unethical and inept Management and conflicted "scientists" of the judicially fraud-sanctioned DuPont. They would be aghast at the sloppiness of DuPont's cost-slashed R & D.

    For example, DuPont's big bosses over the past 30 months have delivered the biggest environmental disaster and new product failure in 21st century corporate America, namely DuPont Imprelis. This falsely, if not fraudulently marketed "eco-SAFE", "low impact" dandelion herbicide for the lawn has killed and damaged $2 to $3 billion of mature landscaping trees all across the country at homes, schools, golf courses, cemeteries,
    churches, you-name-it.

    Four times as powerful as Agent Orange, DuPont Imprelis, now banned by the U. S. EPA, has triggered tens of thousands of claims in federal and state courts. What Young Professor worth her or his salt in the scientific world would want to identify with this corrupt and failing enterprise in the dwarf state of Delaware? Be tainted by DuPont's science fiction?

    Merely the afternoon remarks and query of one individual retail investor and citizen at large..

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