Séralini et al. are French persons who believe that GM corn is carcinogenic and mutagenic. Their experiment was designed to demonstrate its dangers, by feeding rats on a bewildering array of dietary combinations with a statistically-inadequate number of rats in each group, to ensure that at least one group would display a random but dramatic difference from the control group. They also used Brown-Jenkin rats, an inbred laboratory strain which spontaneously exhibit a high rate of blasphemous mutations -- developing loathsome titters, dextrous paws and sharp-toothed, bearded humanoid features.
The last author of the paper and source of its funding was Joël Spiroux de Vendômois, in his role as President of the anti-GM and pro-whackyness lobby group CRIIGEN. Let's look at his personal website:
You will be pleased to know, however, that his Commission's activities include
Implementation of an original and free collection system of the sharp and prickly objects both for private individuals and health professionals with a private practise financed by the General Council.
Appropriate protective clothing should be worn when collecting sharp and prickly objects. The person below right is DOIN IT RONG.
Invisible sharp-&-prickly objects are particularly dangerous.
a trio of disembodied flying hands demonstrate the proper way to deal with one, by weaving a protective network of energy filaments around it in the manner of the Tholian Web.