PHD candidate failed to disclose activist connection in letter attacking science film
Stephan Neidenbach

Let’s face it, we’ve been “modifying genetics” of crops since Mendel, and one risks being a Luddite to oppose the most modern version.

However, because GMO research is funded by companies like Monsanto (rather than the public sector), the aim is not to make crops that are resistant to various blights and pests, but to make crops that can handle the poisons that they wish to foist upon the public and environment.

Because of their aims, Monsanto gives science a bad name. They stifle truly beneficial science and supplant in its place a sort of misguided science that serves their needs to the detriment of all of the rest of us.

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