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The US government has for the first time signed off on a large-scale experiment involving genetically modified crops, which will lead to biotech big shot Monsanto introducing an engineered corn seed across America from South Dakota to Texas.
The Monsanto Corporation has been given the go-ahead to test out a man-made corn variant that they claim can thrive in dry, unfavorable conditions. With much of the American south and southwest experiencing abnormally arid conditions, the freak-seed could revitalize a chunk of the nation’s agriculture.
More likely, however, is that a success will m
More likely, however, is that a success will mean revitalization in terms of Monsanto’s profits and not much more.
Originally posted by boncho
Isn't it obvious? They used HAARP to make it a barren desert in the south, then Monsanto conveniently comes out with GMO corn that grows in the worst, drought, no water, burning sun conditions.
A little too convenient don't you think!?
Those weather manipulating, GMO feeding rejects, spreading their HAARPies to everyone in the country!
edit on 23-5-2013 by boncho because: (no reason given)
he first time that the US Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has okayed a product that has been genetically engineered to resist a weather condition such as a drought, rather than a pest or herbicide.
Originally posted by Ghost375
With all the droughts lately, this could end up saving the human race!
But let's all berate them with our lack of scientific knowledge!