She is more than likely talking about an EPA study from the 1980s that found glyphosate does, indeed, increase the likelihood of developing cancer.The 2015 IARC report points out that the EPA had originally classified glyphosate as possibly carcinogenic to humans in 1985.One effect of the changes to the draft, reviewed by Reuters in a comparison with the published report, was the removal of multiple scientists’ conclusions that their studies had found no link between glyphosate and cancer in laboratory animals.” All this confusion among agencies does not help the average consumer when it comes to safety and health.Who should we trust when our very lives are on the line?Oh, and also, most importantly: the "just friends" thing will be especially workable because my future girlfriend or wife will be overjoyed that I am still great friends with an ex.Women never get jealous of one another - you and she will probably be close friends someday. So if a guy dumps you and says "let's just be friends," or suggests that you stay in touch, recognize that what he really means is one of the three numbered statements above, or some combination of the three.“The EPA, in a draft risk assessment report issued on Monday, also said it found ‘no other meaningful risks to human health’ when glyphosate, the world’s biggest-selling weed killer, is used according to its label instructions.”The EPA’s decision conflicts with a March 2015 report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer that found that glyphosate “probably” contributes to non-Hodgkin lymphoma in humans and classified it as a ‘Group 2A’ carcinogen Bill Gates, Google’s Brin fund lab-grown meat for the masses Shortly after the IARC review, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), an independent agency funded by the European Union, shot back with their own study, claiming glyphosate is “” Earlier this month, the European Commission renewed the license to use glyphosate for another five years.The Commission’s renewal came despite the efforts of the European Citizens’ Initiative, called “Ban glyphosate and protect people and the environment from toxic pesticides.” The effort collected more than 1 million signatures.
Trying to be "friends" is a recently-dumped female's way of saying "I am not ready to let go." However, in some occasions, the male ending the relationship will suggest it.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
I've lost count of the times girls have tried being "just friends" with me after I've called off the relationship.
Whatever the case, "just being friends" is simply not a viable way of relating to a man or woman you've been emotionally or sexually intimate with.
The severed emotional ties between you will prevent you from relating to each other in platonic ways for a long time to come - perhaps forever.