GMO Study Broadcast: Russian GMO Rat Experiment to be Broadcast 24/7
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Russian researchers will stream a live experiment to show the effects of GMO feed on rats. This comes after a French study found GMOs to have negative effects on rats, which lead to a provisional Russian suspension on imported Monsanto genetically modified corn.Russian Scientists Condemn GMOs, Plan a Unique Experiment
French scientists at the University of Caen sounded the alarm on September 19 after publishing images from their study of tumors on rats fed American GM maize. The National Association for Genetic Safety (NAGS) researchers in Russia have publicly condemned genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and have declared plans to conduct an experiment which members of the public can see, allowing the latter to formulate well-informed opinions about GMOs themselves.
These researchers will install web cameras in the cages of four groups of rats.
- Group 1 will be fed a diet high in GM soybeans and corn.
- Group 2 will be fed a diet low in GM soybeans and corn.
- Group 3 will be fed a diet with no GMOs.
- Group 4 will be fed a diet with standard rat feed.CONTINUE: [link to www.activistpost.com]