posted on Apr, 25 2005 @ 10:58 PM
Aahhh...the GM Industry.
They're a complete bunch of idiots.
I'd be interested to know if any of these GM scientists have done multi-generational tests regarding mutations? Are the all-important proteins also
transferred as well when they're doing DNA splicing? Nup!
I recall a meeting held by a number of GM scientists - you know, the really smart ones who make decisions about if these GM modifications are safe or
They were talking about a new product - targeted at people who need their blood thinning due to some previous heart problem. They were expounding the
benefits of splicing a type of non-coagulent gene into a crop (I think it was canola) so people with heart problems will no longer have to take
aspirin. The food would help thin the blood and they would live longer lives etc. They were very keen on doing this...and they were very very
Then a really tough question was asked by, for anonamility reasons, we'll call him "John":
"What if the wildlife, ie an eagle, were to eat this and their blood became very thin. Wouldn't the eagle die if injured for lack of proper
coagulation of the blood - what about other animals eating the crop".
"Oh, we never thought of that!"
...and we have these kind of people making these decisions...
Bit of a worry isn't it
And I'm sure you've hearn of that scientist who worked for a GM company (Monsanto I think). He was working on GM tomatoes and found they promoted
cancer. He went to the world and then was sacked. Now he's black-banned from the GM Industry.
Real nice bunch of people this "GM Industry".
As far as I'm concerned, they're a mob of wackers!
If anything needs targeting, they're the ones!
What a f**king joke!
[edit on 25-4-2005 by jumpspace]