posted on Jan, 13 2004 @ 10:08 AM
A report from UK Government advisors ("Advisory Committee on Releases to the Environment") has concluded inconclusive as to whether GM crops should
be commercialised. Although recent trials appear to have gone smoothly, it appears that this can still harm wildlife exposed to GM crops.
Ministers are now pondering over the research before deciding what to do.
Do you want to know what they're pondering? "How much money can we make here", "How do we convince the public that it's safe?". General stuff
I'm sorry, but when I read something that says it "may" harm wildlife, I'm inclined to believe it WILL harm wildlife, and us.
Does anyone believe GM foods are safe, and that they should be commercialised?
[Edited on 13-1-2004 by SkepticOverlord]