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Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
An SI Board Since July 1999
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Emcee:  Mike McFarland Type:  Unmoderated
The European Union is tightening GMO regulations--
but is there any evidence that GMO foods present
a greater risk than non-modified foods?

This will be a great thread if it attracts some
interest and discussion. I have placed it into
the Coffee shop to try an attract greater
interest than if it were hidden away in
the biotech forums (which are largely ignored
with the present craze for internet stocks).

Some background...the creation of the thread was
due to a set of six posts which begins here:
Message 10363325
you may want to surf through that set, and then return...
Note...for human Gene Therapy, an entirely
different subject, go here:
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103So with all the interesting information coming out about "optical propertieLLCF-5/6/2013 DAKLLCF-11/7/2012 DAKLLCF-10/15/2012
100I've only driven through the grain states once, and certainly don't knowMike McFarland-9/9/2011
99Message 27604813 DAKLLCF-8/30/2011 DAKLLCF13/7/2011
97... meeting the enemy and discovering it’s us Fish facts • What hwaitwatchwander-9/14/2010
96Gates Foundation ties with Monsanto under fire from activists seattletimes.nwsouMike McFarland-8/31/2010
95fwiw, Monsanto, Syngenta and The Scotts Miracle-grow company, two year stock peMike McFarland-8/22/2010
94Thanks for the link! I don't have any knowledge about the toxicity of herbiMike McFarland-8/22/2010
93<i>Judge Revokes Approval of Modified Sugar Beets</i> Interesting. A.J. Mullen-8/21/2010
92Judge Revokes Approval of Modified Sugar Beets nytimes.comMike McFarland-8/15/2010 McFarland-8/8/2010
90Thanks! Wonder if there are similar groups commenting on GMO crops... some of iLLCF-6/30/2010
89Here's a very good source of info about quality and sustainability of fish/sNo Mo Mo-6/30/2010
88< Having cheap farm raised fish is probably a net net good thing and I thinkLLCF-6/29/2010
87I haven't thought it out at all--but I do have a kneejerk reaction to farm rMike McFarland-6/29/2010
86<I'm just not informed or educated well enough to say anything one way orLLCF-6/29/2010
85I enjoy posting and getting feedback--although I pretty much confine it to the Mike McFarland-6/28/2010
84<I don't think there are an awful lot of active members on SI--maybe a huLLCF-6/28/2010
83I see Roundup Ready Alfalfa in the news, but you're right, the thread neverMike McFarland-6/27/2010
82Hi Mike, Amazing it's been 10 years since someone posted here with GMO beinLLCF-6/24/2010
81 Nature Insight Biodiversity a freebie at Nature.comMike McFarland-5/18/2000
80 Rice genome FAQ gosh, we really let the thread go dormant, there Mike McFarland-4/6/2000
79 Lehrer News Hour has report on GM food tonight.Abuckatatime-1/31/2000
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