How does science rule the day? The science has not come out yet. This is just one study based on nutritional content and not based on being healthier. This article confuses the two different concepts. Most of the people I know don’t buy organic solely on the nutritional content anyways. They also base their decision on, 1) trying to preserve the soil quality and ground water, 2) with an awareness of the collapsing bee population possibly caused by the over use of pesticides, 3) with the belief that pesticides are a nerve agent and a long term use of them could be harmful (so why take the chance) to us and especially to the brain of a developing baby inside the mother’s womb, 4) the taste (my wife can taste the chemical residue on the dirty dozen fruits and vegetables, 5) and my main reason, because while pesticides levels may or may not be okay for me to consume, having used round-up before, there is no way any study will ever convince me that long term mixing up of large batches of pesticides by farm workers over the course of years is safe for them. One of my local organic farmers used to get sick working on his dad’s conventional farm. He always believed it was from working with the pesticides. When he switched over to organic he stopped getting sick. So for me I am looking out for the farmer’s and their community’s health as well.