China Fights Anti-GMO Idiocy
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  • S.C. Schwarz

    I suspect that over the next 30 years or so the world will divide into two groups. On one side will be the countries where the Luddite greens hold sway and on the other those countries that successfully resist. The U.S., Europe and Japan are likely to be in the first group and China, among others, in the second. Needless to say, the first group will fall further and further behind economically, technologically and militarily.

  • NECroeus

    What background does professor Mead have in this area to start throwing peurile names at those he disagrees with? Are there studies showing that people who eat natural foods dying younger than people who live on GMO’s? How many farmer suicides have there been in India since the Green revolution? The media doesn’t cover what American style corporate agriculture does to famer’s incomes.They are told they have to take on emormous debt to by the latest combines and herbicides/pesticides that they can’t pay back. The pests always adapt to scientists latest creation. In the long run, nature always wins. Scientists are good at isolation one problem, but they usually don’t foresee what they left out..

  • Dan

    The people who use tiger penises for medicine are worried about a few extra genes in corn?

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