posted on Oct, 27 2013 @ 11:09 PM
I'm curious, why did the OP leave out the effect of certain GMO factors on the ability of a Human Being to express their consciousness through the
Why did the OP leave out the DNA changes that result in the human body that compromise the ability to express certain very Human Being frequencies
through the body they inhabit while on Earth?
seems odd that the OP only covered a tiny, tiny portion of the issue, and left out the most important of them all. While it does make sense that
Monsanto finally figured out how to own the intellectual property of food, that's really cool - it was also inevitable, making that point over and
over again belies some of the more important issues.
I wonder if Monsanto has already looked into patenting the DNA changes in the human body that result from their work? It seems one will not be able to
patent genes you find in the human body, but I expect they will be able to patent genes that are a creation of their work. I'd invest in them if I
knew they were able to patent those body expression limitation genes, as control over the way a Human Being expresses their energy through the body
would be a gold mine of epic proportions. I can easily see charging people to unlock the ability to use the genes, or even refusing to give up the
codes in order to prevent those expressions from every happening.