posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 05:13 PM
Originally posted by SevenThunders
reply to post by NoHierarchy
You are against GMO food, but are you against breeding or hybridization? What if one particular modification actually did improve food quality or
increased the vitamin content or something like that. Would you be against it?
Liberals need to learn to start making reasoned conclusions and not just react because the marxist media or some website told them so.
There is a big difference, in my opinion, in breeding two good plants with certain qualities to generate offspring of those qualities, than taking a
virus that has had its DNA altered so as to "infect" the DNA of a plant to produce an offspring that would never have occurred in nature. Breeding
is not crossing the line, but creating is dangerously close to places we should not be. Humans do not have the responsibility to create, especially
at this time when we can't stop killing each other because of differing opinions.
Look at they way you attacked an individuals intelligence and political views because he/she thinks differently from you. You type as if you want
things to be better for all humanity yet you contribute to the cesspool that is berating and slander.
One person cannot change the world, they can only make it better for the people around them.
I say this often because there are so many people that believe they cannot impact the world alone. However, when you think about it, if you make it
better for the people around you and they make it better for the people around them. Then you have effectively changed the world by yourself.
However, because it is such a simple and closed statement people tend to walk away with a slightly more positive outlook.
In all seriousness, making things better starts with me and you, along with each individual out there. Variety of opinion is what makes us human. It
is what makes you, you and me, me. Take these away and you have a society of drones that follow one collective mind.