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Genetic Modification of Food, Biosphere, and Humanity: Disaster Unfolding | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show

Genetic Modification of Food, Biosphere, and Humanity: Disaster UnfoldingGenetic Modification of Food, Biosphere, and Humanity:

Disaster Unfolding 30 Aug, 2014 by Dave Hodges Print this article Font size -16+landry transhumanismBy: Roger Landry TLBWe who are in the know constantly rail against… 499 more words

Alternate News

What I am Regretably not Hearing in the Genetically Modified Food Debate

Earlier this summer Cosmos host and generally likable guy, Neil DeGrasse Tyson released a video arguing that people who oppose laboratory created genetically modified foods were misguided. 457 more words

Politics

5 GMO Myths Busted

Whether you’re for, against, or have no idea what a GMO (Genetically Modified Organism aka Frankenfood  is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques… 48 more words

Health News

Straight, No Chaser: Genetically Engineered Foods (GMOs) - Frankenfoods or Public Health Innovation?

Have you ever bred an animal, say a dog? Have you ever taken a vitamin or supplement? Of course you have, so let’s start the conversation there. 987 more words

Sterling Medical Advice

Hidden Danger's of GMO's

I am an active opponent of GMO’s. I try to educate people wherever I go about GMO’s and the hidden danger that comes with consumption of GMO’s. 36 more words

Genetically Modified Organism

GMOs Serving Society

In my previous post, Mindless Rant, I created a poll which asked:

“As the public becomes more attentive to GMOs I ask: Do you understand (like really understand) what an actual GMO is and what it does for society?” 3,546 more words

Agriculture

Modification Information: Should GMOs Be Labeled?

Whether organisms should be genetically modified has been a subject of debate since the 1970s, when scientists Stanley Cohen and Herbert Boyer created the first recombinant DNA organism and transgenic plants emerged as the newest breakthrough in biotechnology. 600 more words