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The dangers of consuming GMO foods. If bugs won't eat them should humans?
the power of "knowing" as distinguished from the power of 'feel', and the power to 'will'. The capacity for rational and intelligent thought [Webster's dictionary]
a largely inheritable and unalterable tendency by an organism to make a complete and specific response to environmental stimuli without involving reason and for the purpose of removing somatic tension.
Behavior that is mediated by reactions below the conscious level. [Webster's dictionary]
Brain Power or Instinct
Humans vs. bugs
First of all, bugs have survived on this planet long before the dawn of man, thereby having the first leg up on humans.
While both have evolved over the vast millenia to adapt to their environments; both have taken different directions in their interactions with nature.
Man today exploits 'nature' to the point of destruction; bringing it to the brink of no return. And in some cases beyond the event horizon; when they exploit plants and animals into extinction.
Insects need "nature" to survive; and they actually enhance it rather than destroy it.
The oldest species on our planet
Man makes a conscious decision to alter what nature has provided; without any forethought to the permanent damages being done to nature's gifts.
Gifts that support human life with a symbiosis that man can never surpass.
Mankind has evolved to dependency on a necessary symbiotic relationship between man and nature in which the intimate 'living together' is a mutually beneficial one. [plants provide necessary nutrition for man's survival and man harvests and protects plants to provide that needed nutrition].
Insects make no demands on nature beyond their basic needs; and certainly have no conscious intention to change what mother nature has provided for their survival.
Insects are needed to pollinate plants to ensure their survival, so the symbiotic relationship between the two are both obvious and relevant..
Adapting to change
Man makes a conscious choice to attempt to improve on mother nature.
When those attempts go beyond the acceptable limits everything suffers and mankind pays a high price for this arrogant tampering with nature.
Unilateral decisions to change the "nature" of the foods we eat is foolhardy, careless, reckless, and dangerous.
Especially when considering why these changes are being made. They are strictly for monetary profits and ultimately the total control over the world's food supply.
It is unclear whether man, as a species, can survive this kind of food supply tampering without total annihilation of the human race.
And yet, here we are today, in the midst of a dangerous experiment on human beings, that is sanctioned by an ignorant and greedy government that that has no regard for the real potential for disastrous consequences beyond our wildest imaginations.
Insects simply adapt to these absurd changes by humans.
In man's attempt to control insects and weeds by permanently modifying the plants we eat with poisonous chemicals on a genetic level; the insects simply "evolve" and morph into a new, larger, and more dangerous species.
This tampering by a minority for financial gain produces unknown dangers and unforeseen consequences to mankind and nature itself.
Perhaps one day in the future when it is discovered that this process is detrimental to the survival of the human species as we know it today, this will be viewed in our history books as the largest genocidal blunder in the history of man.
- GMO-"Global Alert". Super weeds & Superworms taking over our crops
Is this the right way to kill off some of the human population? Messing with God's creations and mother nature can only lead to disaster. Are we dooming our children to sterility?
Time travelers from the future? Perhaps the product of genetic shifting caused by GMO foods
Insects do not have to "make choices". They simply evolve and adapt to their environments as we see with the development of super-weeds and super-bugs coming into existence.
Most insects as we know them today, will not eat the poisonous new G.M.O. foods by instinct. They "adapt" by evolution to become a new species that can tolerate the poisons in the new foods they find themselves faced with.
But what of mankind? Will man also simply evolve and adapt? And if so, adapt into what? --the small greys that occasionally abduct humans for experiments?
The possibilities of man's progression is boundless and restricted only by our imaginations, education, and desire to grow into a species that will one day be an active part of the extra terrestrial environment.
Perhaps one day when mankind grows, and develops the use of our brain power from 10% to 100% such things as travel beyond the speed of light and time, will become a reality and common place.
If that is so, and comes to pass in the future, then we must face the fact today that the future is already written and the 'greys' are visiting the past to find out why humans managed to destroy humanity for the sake of greed and power.
We can never know if this is reality or not. But we must ask ourselves if taking that chance is worth the price man will pay in the future to continue along the destructive path we are now on.
This unknown path that has the potential to change the genetic structure of man to evolve into a complete new species.
Do we think humanity is beyond genetic shifting in order to adapt to a more hostile environment as the insect world is doing all around us in response to man's reckless behavior today? If so, we must rethink the possibilities of the damage we are causing to future generations.
And will the next few generations be left to face these insults (assaults on nature) when the results of today's experimenting reaches its fruition? If our future is already written then there is no need to try to change it. Or, if our future is fluid and can be changed before it happens we must stop this assault on ourselves to insure that the human species remains as it is and as it should be in the future.
Only time will tell. And we living today will not be around to be affected by what we so foolishly do today. Our next generations do not deserve this kind of unrestrained assault.
by: Independent Mind 06/28/2014
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