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[quote:ShadowDancer:MV84NzYyMV8xNTA0OTQ4M19DRjdFRTg5Mg==] http://solari.com/blog/?p=3163 greedy monSATAN will PAY dearly for these abominable sterile seeds-their greed has outrun their reason Just as the doctors used their shotun approach for antibiotics succumbing to the insurance ogres refusing to do cultures-they created super bugs...Likewise, monSATAN has created super weed-like a kudzu-playing russian roulette with our food supplies and ability to sustain it-with their grandiose promises they have been PROVEN TO BE LYING several worthy sources: 1. Union of Concerned Scientists, "Foods on the Market: Genetically engineered crops allowed in the US food supply," revised June 2001, at www.ucsusa.org 2. For a critical analysis of biopolymer production from an industry insider, see T. U. Gerngross, "Can biotechnology move us toward a sustainable society?" Nature Biotechnology, Vol. 17, June 1999, pp. 541-3. 3. For a critical analysis of biopolymer production from an industry insider, see T. U. Gerngross, "Can biotechnology move us toward a sustainable society?" Nature Biotechnology, Vol. 17, June 1999, pp. 541-3. 4. "Biopharma technologies converge downstream," Chemical and Engineering News, July 31, 2000, p. 18; also "Genetic engineering is producing designer eggs that can fit into new niche markets and bring in bigger profit margins," Feedstuffs Vol. 71, No. 3, January 18, 1999, p. 18. 5. P. M. Doran, "Foreign protein production in plant tissue cultures," Current Opinion in Biotechnology, Vol. 11, 2000, pp. 199-204. 6. W. Harr, "Transgenic tobacco: Producing human protein from tobacco could open new markets for growers," Farm Progress, November 1998, available at www.croptech.com/transgenic%20tobacco%20FP%2011%2098.htm 7. J. K-C. Ma, "Genes, greens and vaccines," Nature Biotechnology, November 2000, p. 1142 8. For a comprehensive review of these effects and their scientific documentation, see Ricarda Steinbrecher, "Ecological Consequences of Genetic Engineering," in Brian Tokar, ed., Redesigning Life? The Worldwide Challenge to Genetic Engineering, London: Zed Books, 2001, pp. 75-102. 9. G. Giddings, et al., 2000, op. cit. 10. S. Vacek, "Hybrids of Ag Companies Create New Grain Paradigm," at www.sarahvacek.com/media/Amvalue-added.htm 11. D. Saxena, et al., "Insecticidal toxin in root exudates from Bt corn," Nature, Vol. 402, 1999, p. 480. 12. E. E. Hood and J. M. Jilka, "Plant-based production of xenogenic proteins," ProdiGene, Inc., 1999, at www.prodigene.com/publications/99-10-01_plant_based_2.html 13. "Alternative Agriculture: Molecular Approaches to Produce Recombinant Proteins and to Isolate Novel Compounds," June 8, 1999. 14. W. Harr, 1998, op. cit. 15. P. M. Doran, 2000, op. cit. 16. J.K-C. Ma, 2000, op. cit.; H. S. Mason and C. J. Arntzen, "Transgenic plants as vaccine production systems," CropTech 2000; also Joe Cummins, "Edible Vaccines," Third World Resurgence, No. 127/128, March/April 2001, pp. 36-37. 17. J. K-C. Ma, ibid. 18. Utah State University Biotechnology Center, "Biotechnology in the News: Plants as Factories," March 3, 1999, at www.usu.edu/~biotech/extnews/extnew25.html 19. StaufferSeeds Product Descriptions, at www.staufferseeds.com/0404prod.htm 20. "Sigma Chemical Co. and ProdiGene Inc. Launch First Protein Products from Transgenic Plants," ProdiGene, Inc. press release, June 10, 1997, at www.prodigene.com/news_releases/97-06-10_Sigma.html; J. Olson, "Rural Pharmaceutical Grower Inc.," Farm Industry News, Mid-March 2000, at www.staufferseeds.com/0702rural.htm; see also E. E. Hood, et al., "Molecular farming of industrial proteins from transgenic maize," in F. Shahidi, et al., eds., Chemicals via Higher Plant Bioengineering, New York: Plenum Publishers, 1999, pp. 127-147. 21. L. McGraw, "Avidin: An Egg-Citing Insecticidal Protein in Corn," Agricultural Research, August 2000, at www.ars.usda.gov/ 22. "Avidin: Chicken Egg White," in Calzyme Laboratories catalog, at www.calzyme.com/catalog/avidin.html; "Avidin," in Worthington Biochemicals catalog, at www.worthington-biochem.com/manual/A/AV.html 23. "Glucuronidase, Beta," in Worthington Biochemicals catalog, at www.worthington-biochem.com/priceList/G/GlucuronidaseB.html; Norbert Hoffmann, "The Ubiquitous Co-Enzyme UDPGlucuronic Acid," at www.kombu.de/glucuron.htm 24. "Glucuronidase, Beta," in Worthington Biochemicals catalog, at www.worthington-biochem.com/priceList/G/GlucuronidaseB.html; Norbert Hoffmann, "The Ubiquitous Co-Enzyme UDPGlucuronic Acid," at www.kombu.de/glucuron.htm 25. C. Cramer, "Plant Biotechnology and Molecular 'Pharming'," Virginia Technical University, 1998, at www.biotech.vt.edu/outreach/biotech-times/5_98/pharming.html 26. C. Potera, "Harvesting Secretory Monoclonal Antibodies from Plants," American Society for Microbiology, 1999. 27. "A New Crop of Transgenic Plant Technologies: Agbiotech Firms Adopt Collaborative Strategies for Success," Genetic Engineering News, Vol. 20, No. 4, February 15, 2000. 28. Utah State University Biotechnology Center, 1999, op. cit. 29. J. Olson, "Seed companies improve the nutritional value of feed corn," Farm Industry News, April 1999, at www.staufferseeds.com/0704feed.htm 30. op. cit. 24. 31. "Planet Biotechnology Begins U.S. Clinical Trial for Treatment Against Cause of Tooth Decay," PR Newswire, November 3, 1998 32. "Planet Biotechnology Inc., "Published Study Shows Positive Results for Vaccine Against Cause of Tooth Decay," Press release, April 28, 1998, at www8.techmall.com/techdocs/TS980428-8.html SOME not all. :bump: [/quote]
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bush keeps trying to shove GM foods down the EU´s throat-they have repeatedly blocked them, from their market and most of the GM foods come from USA.
Since when does it benefit OUR government, to promote monsanto and the like businesses. In June 2003, President George W. Bush made the issue of lifting an 8-year European Union ban on genetically modified (GM) plants a matter of US national strategic priority. These foods have the potential to destroy our bodies and disrupt all biodiversity left; leaving in its wake of ´abundant food´ will turn into famine very rapidly.
Follow the collusion of Monsanto and petrol companies-an interesting symbiosis...
Why have so many heritage/heirloom seeds been outlawed-SEEDS of food-HMMMMM
This acronym stands for “genetically modified organisms,” or "genetically engineered food" Nothing close to Green Acres-more like blood acres-
Organisms we are suppose to eat???-it could contain human dna in the food or fish/lizard/buffalo/whatever-it is not "food" it is frankenfood and capable of making physiological changes-soon mad cow will be nothing compared to mad human-consuming human dna in this new organism food...just like the dead feed they fed our cattle-learning that the spongiform disease kills...
While genetic “modification” has been an agricultural practice for more than 100 years, it has traditionally involved cross-breeding two plants within the same species in order to create a hardier or better-tasting crop. The breeding of a new plant variety involved fine-tuning for the desired characteristics over the course of four or five plant generations, allowing the plant’s new genetic structure to stabilize before the seeds were released to market for wider cultivation. This careful directing of plant characteristics allowed for plant diversity and for adaptability within distinct bio-regions.
Modern genetic modification practices are much different. The GMOs now entering our food supply are coming from plants that have been created by a process called “biolistics,” whereby microbullets covered with the DNA of a foreign species are shot into cells of a “host” plant for the purpose of cross-breeding. Most cells thus assaulted die; the few that survive are propagated into plants for their seed, and from there a new plant form never before seen on earth is born.
The FDA currently does not require labeling of genetically engineered foodstuffs; the consumer right to know is only enforced by the FDA when it deems that the food has undergone a “qualitative change” by virtue of an ingredient or a process. The FDA has thus effectively stated that willfully manipulating a plant’s genetic structure by mating it with a species that would not naturally be a viable breeding partner, thereby creating a new life form, does not constitute a qualitative change to the plant itself. Go figure.
Meteors and volcanoes are dangerous-but what can we do outside of preparing for the inevitable is prudent. However, very little can be done outdside of that. This issue is one I hope the majority grasps and understand that massive steps need to be taken-to stop this frankenfood and the frankensteins trying to promote the death of humanity, by starvation. Privatization of water is being pushed too-see any connections?
RFID chips to buy and sell, to acquire food and water-Many say no way-watch how quickly it changes if starvation is the option....watch how multinationals corporations make themselves God.
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