As credible as any other science I've seen
So I guess GC/MS isn't credible for thujone testing, when it's been proven to be totally reliable for other testing suitable for submission to the TTB?
The following compounds in wine, are tested through certified labs using Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectroscopy (aka GC/MS)
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Do you believe that a winery tests every single barrel?
The following alcohols and volatiles are also tested using GC/FI (Flame Ionization):
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Once again, do you think that a winery tests every single barrel?
I think it's called denial
btw, the earth is not flat.
Now if you want to argue that all the cheap absinthe could of have had lots of thujone because no one has found a bottle and that it was only the good brands like PF, Berger, Oxygenee, etc that has low thujone, you really are making a untested hypothesis, and any supposition regarding thujone levels of the BE cheap absinthe brands would be speculation, not fact.