the reason this is in political madness is because the FDA is saying there "are no significant changes" in the new gm wheat, so its safe to not test,
while at the same time patenting it as "new"
while at the same time stories are around ats about the "junk dna" that is now only recently "decoded"
in the human genome, that means that the GMO wheat is based on flawed assumptions, as to how DNA works in the first place.
Published on 11 Sep 2012 by SafeFoodFoundation
Safe Food Foundation Director, Scott Kinnear, University of Canterbury Professor, Jack Heinemann, and Flinders University Professor, Judy Carman,
discuss the potential threats of CSIRO's GM Wheat.
please note this looks to be about a specific strain in question,
but does force me to wonder about the next generation of gmos
if this could "get through" their process then how safe is it really?
edit on 16-9-2012 by XPLodER because: (no reason given)