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the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is really placing its bets, the Foundation's investment of $23.1 million in 500,000 shares of Monsanto stock. Genetic engineering: full speed ahead.
Under the guise of "sustainability" the Foundation has been spearheading a multi-billion dollar effort to transform African into a GMO-friendly continent.
as Monsanto and Gates are fully aware--to establish a healthy GMO industry one first needs a strong conventional breeding program in place: labs, exper
US authorities today began the process to approve the first GM animal for human consumption.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a 60-day period of consultation and public meetings over whether to permit a GM strain of salmon to be eaten by humans, even though it has been called a "frankenfish" by critics. The approval process could take less than a year, and if it gets the green light the fish could be on the market in 18 months.
Cloned canola has been located growing "widely along roadsides in North Dakota," according to a New York Times environmental blog.
Researchers, including UAF grad student Meredith Shafer, scoured 3,000 miles of roadway in North Dakota. Every five miles they extracted a growing canola plant. The group collected 604 plants and 80 percent of their finds were genetically modified.
A statement issued by Monsanto said the appearance of the crops is not that big of a deal because 90 percent of U.S. and Canadian canola crops is biotech
Seeing how Bill Gates has invested in 500,000 shares of Monsanto made me think that it's not a bad way for me to invest, but something tells me that it would be like selling my soul to the devil.
S 510 would give Monsanto unlimited power over all US seed, food supplements, food and farming.