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Dennis L. Page says
I agree pagesvoice. I can't understand how companies are allowed to sell GMOs as food without stating it on the label.
I fully agree. Many people don't know about this because they are too busy doing other things or entertaining themselves rather than informing themselves of what they and their loved ones are actually consuming day in and day out.
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Sherry Hewins says
yes, this is the problem with GMOs - companies should not be able to patent nature, but the bush-appointed supreme court appears about to uphold that case
GMOs hold the potential for making nutritious food available to everyone at cheap prices
Gavin Nugent says
Agreed-- the amount of waste in western nations...but also that the vast amounts of "surplus" food sent to supposedly help starving people that never gets to them, but instead gets waylaid and ends up on the tables of those in power, instead!
I think the main problem is that there haven't been many good studies done on them. Shouldn't we have good evidence that they are not harmful before assuming that they are fine and unleashing them on the world?
In my opinion when you kill weeds you are essentially poisoning the population. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-04-11/monsanto-...
nope, - that's the problem -- we should look at particular cases, not ban an entire class of science based on fear mongers
here's a typical example:
Is there any scientific proof/studies that show that GMO's are SAFE?
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