His findings are widely dismissed by the scientific community. Unfortunately we have forced to spend our time correcting those that don't want to be corrected, as their religion of anti-GMO has a leader, and the leader cannot be challenged. Critical thinking out the window.
In concert with today's likely revelation there is an article in Agriculture and Environment that addresses links between Seralini and other entities. He is linked to Sevene Pharma, where he is a consultant. The company deals in homeopathic remedies. He is linked to the Invitation to Life movement (cult), that also is connected to Sevene. Of course, these allegations need to be considered with some skepticism, but when read, they do tell quite a bit.
An English translation of The entire story can be found here. Check it out. Read the whole creepy thing. Good times.
When the Anti-GMO folks disqualify scientists' advisement based on Six Degrees of Monsanto, here you can play One Degree of Seralini- direct connections to hard agendas
The best part is that the backgrounds of his co-authors are discussed, and they fully illuminate the situation with a clear light. The now-famous GMO debunkers are not trained as PhD scientists. Frequent co-author, Clair Laurent, holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and a masters in ethnobotany. Others have equally dubious backgrounds that perhaps suggest alternative interests to hard scientific evidence.
One of the papers she published with Seralini is on the activity of DIG1 as a protectant against glyphosate-- and DIG1 is sold by... Sevene Pharma.
These connections are as networked and interlaced as those claimed against companies and scientists that work in trangenic plants. Only here the agenda of a naturalist fallacy shines through.