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This small molecule could have a big future in global food security

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by antares4141, Mar 10, 2017.

  1. antares4141

    antares4141 Senior Member

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    Truth or consequences, nm
  2. Alvin2

    Alvin2 If humans were rational...

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    More poorly tested GMO foods. Just what the doctor didn't order
     
  3. Skippa

    Skippa Anti-BS

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    Or did he...?

    ;)

    (Or she)
     
  4. trishrhymes

    trishrhymes Senior Member

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    i don't think all gm should be dismissed just because some is bad. this could potentially prevent a lot of suffering.
     
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  5. antares4141

    antares4141 Senior Member

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    Yes, like starvation, vitamin deficiency's, and being spared the pain and suffering that comes from being exposed to mycotoxins in your contaminated corn. With 7 billion people on the planet, dwindling resources, changing weather patterns it's absolutely essential that we use this technology. When your told by authority figures for more than 100 years that a medical condition that totally disables you is all in your head it's easy to become cynical. I understand that. The unfortunate truth is there are lot's of technologies we have to trust have been tested sufficiently. With my limited understanding I tend to think GMO'S are relatively safe. But that's just my opinion. I'm not qualified to give anything more than that.
     

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