How my life was saved by the anti-GMO movement
Stephan Neidenbach
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I don’t follow your logic. As a person who believes it is in our best interest to both watch our caloric intake and avoid ingesting chemicals and/or modified food (for reasons Diane Hudson mentioned) I see no sense to your promoting GMOs. If research convinced you that your high caloric diet was dangerous to your health (though it seems any reasonable educated person who was 100lbs overweight would have figured this out without having to conduct much research) I should think research into the impact of GMOs on farmers and ultimately on all of us would give you more insight into people’s opposition to them.

It’s my belief that if humans educated themselves re the dangers of overpopulation they wouldn’t have to rationalize the use of chemicals and GMOs to feed the huge numbers of humans on the planet that it cannot support by normal means.

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