Profile overview for hambrehombre.
Submission statistics

This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

4 submissions to science

1 submissions to Botany

1 submissions to Environmentalism

1 submissions to Mycology

1 submissions to news

This user has so far shared a total of 8 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 176 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 108 and downvoted 101 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 413 and downvoted 63 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

Genetically Modified Mice Could Be Tiny Landmine-Sniffing Heroes, submitted: 7/9/2016 9:25:51 PM, 28 points (+28|-0)

107 Nobel laureates sign letter blasting Greenpeace over GMOs, submitted: 6/29/2016 9:29:52 PM, 15 points (+17|-2)

Button Mushrooms: The First Government Approved CRISPR-Edited Organism , submitted: 4/15/2016 5:31:55 AM, 13 points (+13|-0)

107 Nobel laureates sign letter blasting Greenpeace over GMOs, submitted: 6/29/2016 9:36:28 PM, 12 points (+12|-0)

Infographic: Crop Modification Techniques, submitted: 4/5/2016 6:34:48 AM, 11 points (+11|-0)

5 lowest rated submissions:

Texas voters approve new $62.8 million high school football stadium, submitted: 5/10/2016 5:58:16 AM, 0 points (+2|-2)

No GMOs? Economic, environmental costs would be steep, submitted: 4/5/2016 4:13:28 AM, 3 points (+5|-2)

Continuous evolution of Bacillus thuringiensis toxins overcomes insect resistance, submitted: 4/28/2016 4:45:04 AM, 5 points (+5|-0)

Infographic: Crop Modification Techniques, submitted: 4/5/2016 6:34:48 AM, 11 points (+11|-0)

107 Nobel laureates sign letter blasting Greenpeace over GMOs, submitted: 6/29/2016 9:36:28 PM, 12 points (+12|-0)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Requesting /v/Southpark - mod and sub inactive submitted by HenryCorp to subverserequest

hambrehombre 0 points 28 points (+28|-0) ago

You should see HenryCorp on Reddit.

HenryCorp has squatted on and moderates 200+ subs--many of which dedicated to posting/spamming unsubstantiated anti-GMO propaganda/myths. And if somebody responds with a factual comment the user is banned. HenryCorp is never interested in actually debating the issues, which is probably why (s)he relies so heavily on banning dissent.

Some of these subs include (but are not limited to): /r/Monsanto, /r/Sustainable, /r/GMOinfo, /r/bioscience, /r/Crops, /r/GMOscience, /r/GMOfaiL,/r/GMOhealth, /r/GMOfarming, /r/DuPont, /r/Syngenta, /r/GMO_free, /r/GMOdeaths, /r/TrueOrganic, /r/GMOsFacts, /r/eat_organic, /r/FoodMyths, /r/GMOfree, /r/FoodTech, /r/transgenic, /r/GMOcancer, /r/GeneticallyEngineered, /r/GMOcirclejerk, /r/GMOgoldenRice, /r/KevinFolta, /r/labelGMO, /r/GMOfact, /r/GMOsEnvironment, /r/BioSci, /r/eat_GMO, /r/GMOliars, /r/organicPICS, /r/IheartGMO, /r/JonEntine, /r/ConventionalFood, /r/GeneticallyAltered, /r/GeneticModification, /r/GMOmyth, /r/organisms, /r/AntiGMOs, /r/FarmPICS, /r/GMOenvironment, /r/GMOevidence, /r/GMOkills, /r/GMOseeds, /r/GMOsHealth, /r/MonsantoFree, /r/scienceFAIL, /r/agroscience, /r/GMOcontamination, /r/GMOsFact, /r/GMOwoo, /r/NoGMOs, /r/transgenetic, /r/agrochemicals, /r/agrochemistry, /r/bioengineered, /r/biofortification, /r/dumpGMO, /r/EndGMO, /r/farmerPICS, /r/GeneticContamination, /r/glyphosate, /r/GMObugs, /r/GMOexpert, /r/GMOfactsheet, /r/GMOfakes, /r/GMOfarms, /r/GMOFUD, /r/gmOO, /r/GMOpics, /r/GMOreddit, /r/GMOsMyth, /r/Monsato, /r/RightToKnow, /r/TrueGMO, /r/unsustainable, /r/agrichemical, /r/endGMOs, /r/FakeGMO, /r/FoodEng, /r/FoodMyth, /r/GEfree, /r/GeneEditing, /r/GMObrain, /r/GMOexperts, /r/GMOfakescience, /r/GMOfarm, /r/GMOseed, /r/GMOtech, /r/GMOwatch, /r/HenryCorpIncLLC, /r/transgenetics, /r/transgenics, etc.

Ban all moderators, subscribers, and users that link to /v/niggers. This really should be self-evident. Every aspiring social media site should have a honey pot to identify and remove the morons. submitted by HenryCorp to ideasforvoat

hambrehombre 0 points 25 points (+25|-0) ago

It's only fair, considering he bans every user who disagrees with him in his subs. HenryCorp is too incompetent to actually debate issues, which is why he relies so heavily on banning dissent.

Just try disagreeing with a post in his subs. You'll quickly be banned--even if you post a well-supported fact.

Edit: For those who are interested, there was a call to ban HenryCorp in /v/ReportSpammers.

Ideas to make Voat provide and reward more intelligent drama submitted by HenryCorp to Drama

hambrehombre 0 points 23 points (+23|-0) ago

The hate drama is strong for me at present so others really need to be suggesting these for them to be honestly considered.

Why would you not expect this when you sit on about 250 subs to repeatedly spam the same pseudoscience and other biased articles while banning dissent? Voat prides itself on free speech and protection from censorship; you think you'll come here and try to control the message, resulting in your popularity?

His powermodding on Reddit is absurd. These subs include (but are not limited to): /r/Monsanto, /r/Sustainable, /r/GMOinfo, /r/bioscience, /r/Crops, /r/GMOscience, /r/GMOfaiL, /r/GMOhealth, /r/GMOfarming, /r/DuPont, /r/Syngenta, /r/GMO_free, /r/GMOdeaths, /r/TrueOrganic, /r/GMOsFacts, /r/eat_organic, /r/FoodMyths, /r/GMOfree, /r/FoodTech, /r/transgenic, /r/GMOcancer, /r/GeneticallyEngineered, /r/GMOcirclejerk, /r/GMOgoldenRice, /r/KevinFolta, /r/labelGMO, /r/GMOfact, /r/GMOsEnvironment, /r/BioSci, /r/eat_GMO, /r/GMOliars, /r/organicPICS, /r/IheartGMO, /r/JonEntine, /r/ConventionalFood, /r/GeneticallyAltered, /r/GeneticModification, /r/GMOmyth, /r/organisms, /r/AntiGMOs, /r/FarmPICS, /r/GMOenvironment, /r/GMOevidence, /r/GMOkills, /r/GMOseeds, /r/GMOsHealth, /r/MonsantoFree, /r/scienceFAIL, /r/agroscience, /r/GMOcontamination, /r/GMOsFact, /r/GMOwoo, /r/NoGMOs, /r/transgenetic, /r/agrochemicals, /r/agrochemistry, /r/bioengineered, /r/biofortification, /r/dumpGMO, /r/EndGMO, /r/farmerPICS, /r/GeneticContamination, /r/glyphosate, /r/GMObugs, /r/GMOexpert, /r/GMOfactsheet, /r/GMOfakes, /r/GMOfarms, /r/GMOFUD, /r/gmOO, /r/GMOpics, /r/GMOreddit, /r/GMOsMyth, /r/Monsato, /r/RightToKnow, /r/TrueGMO, /r/unsustainable, /r/agrichemical, /r/endGMOs, /r/FakeGMO, /r/FoodEng, /r/FoodMyth, /r/GEfree, /r/GeneEditing, /r/GMObrain, /r/GMOexperts, /r/GMOfakescience, /r/GMOfarm, /r/GMOseed, /r/GMOtech, /r/GMOwatch, /r/HenryCorpIncLLC, /r/transgenetics, /r/transgenics, /r/CRISPR_GMO, /r/Dicamba,etc.

3 lowest rated comments:

Roundup Will Be Labeled Cancer Causing & Genetically Engineered Crops soon to be marketed as Non-GMO submitted by TREDDITFIRST to Conspiracy

hambrehombre 7 points -6 points (+1|-7) ago

Labeling RoundUp as cancer-causing is pretty misleading. 800+ studies spanning several decades have found glyphosate to be safe. Glyphosate is less toxic than many certified organic pesticides (as well as coffee and salt), which is likely because glyphosate acts on an enzyme that isn't present in humans which is involved in the shikimate pathway, which also isn't present in humans. Glyphosate is applied at a rate of ounces per acre, while it would take the consumption of several gallons for a small person to have a 50% chance of death. Not to mention that glyphosate is commonly used on many non-GMO crops as well.

Not to mention that that YouTube video, which you laughably use as your 'source' has a thumbnail of the widely debunked and retracted paper from the irreputable, organic industry funded 'scientist' Seralini.

Roundup Will Be Labeled Cancer Causing & Genetically Engineered Crops soon to be marketed as Non-GMO submitted by TREDDITFIRST to altnews

hambrehombre 6 points -5 points (+1|-6) ago

Labeling RoundUp as cancer-causing is pretty misleading. 800+ studies spanning several decades have found glyphosate to be safe. Glyphosate is less toxic than many certified organic pesticides (as well as coffee and salt), which is likely because glyphosate acts on an enzyme that isn't present in humans which is involved in the shikimate pathway, which also isn't present in humans. Glyphosate is applied at a rate of ounces per acre, while it would take the consumption of several gallons for a small person to have a 50% chance of death. Not to mention that glyphosate is commonly used on many non-GMO crops as well.

Not to mention that that YouTube video, which you laughably use as your 'source' has a thumbnail of the widely debunked and retracted paper from the irreputable, organic industry funded 'scientist' Seralini.

Good thing you spammed this to four different subverses so you can propagate misinformation.

Roundup Will Be Labeled Cancer Causing & Genetically Engineered Crops soon to be marketed as Non-GMO submitted by TREDDITFIRST to altnews

hambrehombre 6 points -5 points (+1|-6) ago

I provided over 800 studies and you responded with conspiracy theories. Nice work!

At least you downvoted my comment to help make yourself seem more credible.