Ah, good. We have a revision in the peanutbutters theory of gravity. No longer does it just take gallons, but only cups to harm. Hope nobody out there was making Gravity cocktails since you did the math the first time.
I wonder if it's possible that some other folks, some that know science and math and biology better than you or I, have interpreted these reports and others that we cannot see and do not have access to, then decided to put the warning label on stuff containing paclobutrazol and alar?
I think I will await further revisions to peanutbutters theory of gravity before I invest in this miracle product. It really seems iffy and risky to use it in any quantity on patients' medicine. I think you have actually proven my point in a very final way, peanutbutter. It's not really about cancer at all.
And it has nothing to do with alar. Why lump in alar?