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The Viennese Doctors' Chamber issued a warning about GMOs: "If such genetically manipulated organisms are released into nature they can hardly be controlled and are also irretrievable. 'They represent a substantial risk to the biological balance of nature', [Piero] Lercher warns. The effects on human health are also undefined. There are hardly any study results and certainly no long-term data, therefore for Lercher 'the principle of precaution should be applied'."
common organic brands and where they stand on consumers' right to GMO labeling
The New York Times is reporting that a "tidal wave" of "a disease that few farmers had seen until five years ago" called Goss's Wilt has been sweeping GMO corn crops in the U.S. www.nytimes.com/... QUESTIONS: How great a threat to our food security are GMO crops? Why are US taxpayers being forced to subsidize these failing (and health and environmentally risky) GMO science experiments?
A study found some important differences between organic, conventional, and GM (genetically modified) soybeans that are on the market. The results seem to suggest that avoiding GM soybeans may help decrease our likelihood of experiencing endocrine disruption and obesity. environmentalilln...
HOW MONSANTO ANNIHILATED A PARADISE. A beautiful island in Hawaii called Molokai has been subject to biotech giant Monsanto for some time now and the results of Monsanto’s actions on the island is beginning to show very dark conclusions. The residents of the island of Molokai seem to be getting sicker and sicker as Monsanto continually carries out their actions near villages on the island.
For people who pay attention to the GMO issue, they are torn between claims by scientists showing the dangers, and claims made by industry-supported ‘scientific’ studies which show GMOs cause little to no harm. The problem is that most of the American population doesn’t really know what GMOs are, so when biotech spends millions of dollars tapping the market, it generally becomes an overriding success.