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*The DNA Protection Act of 2013*

 
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*The DNA Protection Act of 2013*
Just to be clear, this is not 'spam' nor is it an 'advertizement' or anything of the sort.
This is a honest outreach for needed discussion on this urgent topic and we are counting on feedback as to how folks would amend the text of the act if they thought it should be etc.
Be it called 'creation' or 'nature' etc, are we prepared to allow it to be genetically redesigned by corporate interests?
The natural genetics or DNA of the natural world or the commons is under attack.
Corporate interests are working 24 hours a day 7 days a weeks to re-design and or re-sequence the genetic material or DNA of the natural world in effort to patent and own such modified genetic designs or 'blueprints'.
The DNA Protection Act of 2013 will protect the naturally intended genetic designs of the living natural world and or the commons within the state of California from the immanent threat of broken DNA caused by genetic engineering and or genetic modification technologies.
We need your help to make The DNA Protection Act of 2013 into a law by way of getting it on the ballot and then getting it passed into law by a majority vote of the people.
The first thing anyone can do to help is to get the word out by re-posting this message and the Act itself anywhere and everywhere you think people might read it.
All forms of volunteerism are needed in this effort from signature gathering to just about any way you can think of to help.
Find us at facebook for more info on volunteering and for progress updates.
This is exclusively a non-partisan and non-affiliated grass roots effort on behalf of all life and all the generations of life to come.
At this stage all further suggestions on changes or additions to the text of the Act are still welcome, and thank you.

"THE DNA PROTECTION ACT OF 2013"

This act shall be known as, and may be cited as THE DNA PROTECTION ACT OF 2013, and is hereby incorporated to amend and or be added to the California Health and Safety Code as;
DIVISION 123.THE DNA PROTECTION ACT OF 2013... 151004,
and is as set forth herein as follows;

section 1. FINDINGS,
The people of the State of California hereby find and declare that the purposes of THE DNA PROTECTION ACT OF 2013 are as follows:

1.(a) whereas the people of the state of California recognize the many different religions and cultures and individuals, including "secular", that all together define and or represent and or make up what is commonly known as "THE PEOPLE" of the state of California, and as such, have different names for that which is ultimately responsible for the creation and or existence of the people and all that exists, as exampled by the following sample:
GOD, CREATOR, NATURE etc...et al,
and,
1.(b) whereas the people of the state of California recognize that GOD, CREATOR, NATURE etc...et al, has endowed unto the people to equally share in dependency on, and responsibility to, what is commonly known as "the commons",
and,
1.(c) whereas the people of the state of California recognize that private and public entities are involved in what is commonly known as "genetic engineering" and or "gene splicing" and or "genetically modifying" all forms of life in effort to redesign the natural creation and or natural world and are applying such technology to 'food crops' and 'farm animals' that then end up in the human food chain,
and,
1.(d) whereas the people of the state of California recognize that said practices and or technologies have unknown side effects and or consequences to the natural world, and or "the commons" in general, and to humans specifically, and that said practices irreparably damage the original and or naturally intended design of life itself, and or specifically that of the commons, and thereby denying the people and the future generations of people of the commons in their naturally intended form and or naturally occurring DNA sequences that were and are naturally designed by and bestowed upon them by GOD, CREATOR, NATURE etc...et al, and to which the people have relied upon since the dawn of human kind and are inseparably dependent upon in the common struggle to live,
and,
1.(e) whereas said genetic engineering practices result in private and or public corporations and or private individuals owning patents on the genetic design of life forms,
and,
1.(f) whereas the naturally occurring forms of life that inhabit the commons currently have no statutory protections against the inevitable and eminent danger of 'genetic pollution' that results and or can result from genetic engineering,
1.(g) we the people of California therefor find that genetic engineering poses an eminent threat of danger to all the naturally sequenced DNA in the natural world, and by the act of direct or indirect manipulation of naturally sequenced DNA does in itself create the irreparable permanent damage to the original genetic designs of life, and so we do hereby create the urgently necessary DNA protections contained herein as described in section 3 of this ACT.

section 2. DEFINITIONS:

2.(a) For the purposes of this ACT, the term "DNA", (deoxyribonucleic acid), shall mean the complex substance that is the main carrier of genetic information for all organisms and a major component of chromosomes and can be analogized to mean the 'blueprints' that determine what form(s) life takes and is central to the natural function(s) of all life in the common struggle to live.

2.(b) For the purposes of this ACT, the term "the commons" shall mean the natural biological world and all life and ecosystems naturally existing in the natural world in its natural state of genetic design or DNA sequencing, and specifically, but not limited to, naturally occurring varieties of plants (including the seeds and pollen thereof), animals (including the offspring thereof) and insects (including the offspring thereof).

2.(c) For the purposes of this ACT, the terms "genetically engineered" and "genetically modified" shall mean the scientific alteration of the structure of genetic material in a living organism, and or the technology of preparing recombinant DNA in vitro by cutting up DNA molecules and splicing together fragments from more than one organism.

section 3. PROVISIONS, PROTECTIONS AND EXEMPTIONS:

3.(a) This ACT does hereby prohibit live genetically engineered and or genetically modified plants (including the seeds and pollen thereof), animals (including the offspring thereof), insects (including the offspring thereof), and or any such organisms from existing within the boarders of the state of California, and that all living genetically engineered plants (including the seeds and pollen thereof), animals (including the offspring thereof), insects (including the offspring thereof), and or any such genetically engineered genetically modified organisms have six months from the date of the adoption of this ACT into law to be removed from the state by those individuals or corporate or government entities that brought and or posses such within the state of California, and which shall be done in a manner that does not further the threat of genetic pollution and or genetically engineered DNA contamination exposure to the commons and or natural world.

3.(b) Failure to satisfy the requirements of this ACT, and or anyone who possesses and or sponsors in any way the possession of living genetically engineered organisms within the state of California after the initial six month clearing out period shall be subject to the punishments of fines no less than one million dollars per day for corporations and one hundred dollars per day for private individuals and or shall also be punishable by no less than six months in jail for private individuals and no less than ten years in prison for individuals working for or on behalf of corporate entities, and said penalties are to be paid to, and or, served in the county where said violation(s) has occurred. The penalties imposed by this ACT are to be adjudicated and assessed in the Superior Court jurisdiction of the county where the violation(s) have occurred and are to be determined exponentially based on estimates of damage and or potential damage to the collective DNA of the commons and or the natural world and to which consideration of possible impact of said damage is not limited to the county where the violation has occurred, and further, nothing in this ACT shall in any way be construed to mean limiting, preventing or precluding a California court of proper jurisdiction from increasing any of the stated penalties of this ACT at the courts discretion, and that such increases are to be determined based on estimates of damage(s) and or potential damage(s) to a specific and or the collective DNA of the commons and or the natural world and to, whether directly or indirectly, human beings and their naturally designed genetic inheritance of the commons and their collective dependence on, and responsibility to such.

3.(c) This ACT is not intended to preclude or limit or interfere in any way with medical personnel from applying medical technologies or medical procedures that employ genetic modification technologies in their application(s) and or the research in effort to develop such, and so does hereby exempt such conduct from the requirements of this ACT, but said medical technologies or medical procedures and or research must ensure that they are to be applied in a way that isolates the intended or unintended effects of such to the specific patient(s) and is in no way a broader genetic contamination threat and or in no way can be a possible contaminant to the naturally sequenced DNA of any other living organisms of the commons and or the natural world, further, this ACT is not intended to "exempt" any living plant (including the seeds and pollen thereof), animals (including the offspring thereof), insects (including the offspring thereof), and or any such living genetically engineered and or genetically modified organisms intended for human consumption as "medicine" and or "nutritional medicine" that would be self applied at 'home' by ingestion or topically or any other method and is allowed only in a controlled hospital setting and is to be applied directly by or with the assistance of qualified medical personal.

3.(d) If any provision of this measure or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, that invalidity shall not affect other provisions or applications of the measure that can be given effect without the invalid provision or application, and to this end the provisions of this measure are severable.
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It's really farkin' amazing what the human mind is capable of! The range of capability we contain between disgustingly grotesque to lovingly beautiful...you have to admit is pretty wicked awesome that it's within ONE species!
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It's really farkin' amazing what the human mind is capable of! The range of capability we contain between disgustingly grotesque to lovingly beautiful...you have to admit is pretty wicked awesome that it's within ONE species!
 Quoting: ArunaLuna

Humans may be to smart for their own good at this point in our evolution.
Should just stop and breath for a moment and reflect.
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New chance to comment on genetically modified salmon

Posted 12/28/2012

by - Margaret Bauman

The countdown is on to offer public comment to the federal Food and Drug Administration on its environmental assessment conclusion that a fast-growing genetically modified salmon will likely cause no harm to the environment.

The FDA planned to public a notice in the Federal Register on Dec. 26 and said it would accept comment on the agency's draft environmental assessment and preliminary finding of no significant impact through Feb. 24, 2013.

United Fishermen of Alaska, an umbrella group representing 37 commercial fishing organizations, is urging those in the seafood industry to file their views electronically or in written comments to the Division of Dockets Management (HFA-305), Docket number FDA-2011-N-0899, Food and Drug Administration, 5630 Fishers Lane, rm. 1061, Rockville, ND 20852.

Electronic submissions were also being accepted at [link to www.regulations.gov] once the notice was published in the Federal Register.

The pre-release of the Federal Register notice is online at [link to s3.amazonaws.com (secure)]

Many Alaskans engaged commercial, sport and subsistence fisheries view the genetically modified product proposed by Massachusetts-based Aquabounty as a threat to wild fisheries. The FDA document states that the genetically modified fish appears to be safe to eat and that it is unlikely to harm wild salmon.

AquaAdvantage salmon, as the genetically modified fish is known, is an Atlantic salmon with an extra growth hormone gene from Chinook salmon.

Alaska's congressional delegation is united in its opposition to the FDA's draft environmental assessment, which is clearing the way for approval of the genetically modified fish for human consumption.

Sen. Mark Begich, D-Alaska, introduced legislation in November 2010 to stop the FDA from approving genetically modified fish. Last November, Begich celebrated Halloween by handing on "no Frankenfish" buttons to fellow senators.

"I've said from the beginning that Frankenfish pose a gravel threat to Alaska's wild salmon stocks, and today's decision by the FDA is foolish and disturbing," Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, said on Dec. 21. "As the final process moves forward, I will continue the fight with the Alaska congressional delegation to ensure that this product never hits the market."

Young said he planned to reintroduce legislation that will at a bare minimum require genetically engineered salmon to be labeled to ensure that the public knows what they are purchasing at the grocery store and feeding their families.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski said in a video released by her office that she does not believe the FDA should approve these fish.
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Yeah maybe that's a point to self aware species...inevitable self destruction/mutation.
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Yeah maybe that's a point to self aware species...inevitable self destruction/mutation.
 Quoting: ArunaLuna

Well I don't presume to know any ultimate outcome, all I can do is estimate that we as a species are in no way 'mature' enough yet to be messing with the gene pool in a splicing way.
Just an example, I live about a mile from one of the largest natural and one of the oldest known lakes in the northern hemisphere of this continent and 'the first people' here (named "Pomo" by the invaders) lived here for at least 12 thousand years (that we can verify and could be much longer) before Europeans arrived and were not 'nomadic'. We are now fairly sure that the population they had living around this lake at that time must have fluctuated up to possibly 100,000 or more humans and up until Europeans arrived the lake was actually clear, that's why the invaders renamed it to be 'Clearlake'. Now the invaders have only been here for a couple hundred years and now have a max population of about 64 thousand and the lake has turned to water that you wouldn't want your kid's or your dog swimming in.
Your mentality can't even figure out how to live around a lake without polluting and destroying the ecosystems, and now you want to piss in the entire gene pool?
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hf
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That's my point...and happens naturally within our earths working process...if humanity can't continue to be "in harmony" with the overall process it will eventually self extinct...it's not like some outside force like aliens or god will come down and make judgement on humaity as a species...that's all just fairy tale blame our own actions on soemthing outside our control bs.
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That's my point...and happens naturally within our earths working process...if humanity can't continue to be "in harmony" with the overall process it will eventually self extinct...it's not like some outside force like aliens or god will come down and make judgement on humaity as a species...that's all just fairy tale blame our own actions on soemthing outside our control bs.
 Quoting: ArunaLuna

You and I are clearly on the same page<3
I think many have lost there 'being human' manual all together.
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hf
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First flowers I've received in a good long while...thank you<3
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There's a manual?!

shocked

LOL

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There's a manual?!

shocked

LOL

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lol yes its everywhere...thats why the first people here needed no written law.
Sorry I misstyped above when writing the words "your" and "you"...please forgive, was speaking to humans in general at this stage of OUR evolution.
I liked 'YOU' from your first post and even more now.
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Yeah maybe that's a point to self aware species...inevitable self destruction/mutation.
 Quoting: ArunaLuna

Well I don't presume to know any ultimate outcome, all I can do is estimate that we as a species are in no way 'mature' enough yet to be messing with the gene pool in a splicing way.
Just an example, I live about a mile from one of the largest natural and one of the oldest known lakes in the northern hemisphere of this continent and 'the first people' here (named "Pomo" by the invaders) lived here for at least 12 thousand years (that we can verify and could be much longer) before Europeans arrived and were not 'nomadic'. We are now fairly sure that the population they had living around this lake at that time must have fluctuated up to possibly 100,000 or more humans and up until Europeans arrived the lake was actually clear, that's why the invaders renamed it to be 'Clearlake'. Now the invaders have only been here for a couple hundred years and now have a max population of about 64 thousand and the lake has turned to water that you wouldn't want your kid's or your dog swimming in.
Your mentality can't even figure out how to live around a lake without polluting and destroying the ecosystems, and now you want to piss in the entire gene pool?
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Sorry I misstyped above when writing the words "your" and "you"...please forgive, was speaking to humans in general at this stage of OUR evolution.
I liked 'YOU' from your first post and even more now.

I feel bad about the possible misunderstanding about what I wrote above so am posting this again in hopes that you will see it...please forgive
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No worries...

The more versions of reality the better...more fun.

I think people really limit themselves when subscribing to only one kind of teaching or understanding as an absolute only way that humans should be...it's such an individualized experience...
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bump
"Thou we are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven that which we are, we are.
One equal temper of heroic hearts made weak by time and fate but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield"
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No worries...

The more versions of reality the better...more fun.

I think people really limit themselves when subscribing to only one kind of teaching or understanding as an absolute only way that humans should be...it's such an individualized experience...
 Quoting: ArunaLuna

I absolutely agree...further I feel that the first and most valid 'religion' exists only in the conscience of the individual. I filed a federal case over such back in 2004.
Not to say that traditional religion isn't what it claims to be, just to say that our consciences should be recognized on the same level and have the same reach to the 1st amen ;) of the constitution of the usa.
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It's really farkin' amazing what the human mind is capable of! The range of capability we contain between disgustingly grotesque to lovingly beautiful...you have to admit is pretty wicked awesome that it's within ONE species!
 Quoting: ArunaLuna

Humans may be to smart for their own good at this point in our evolution.
Should just stop and breath for a moment and reflect.
 Quoting: DNAprotection


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