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Created by John Eipper on 06/09/13 4:45 PM

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Naturalnews.com (Tor Guimaraes, USA, 06/09/13 4:45 pm)

In response to Randy Black's 8 June post, I must caution him not to put words in my mouth. Contrary to Randy's words, I have never stated or implied that "Monsanto is bad for humanity." Based on many sources presented by several well-respected WAIS members, I have developed my opinion that there is a the need for Monsanto to be more truthful and careful in its experimentation with the extremely dangerous and globally very controversial genetic re-engineering technology. Also based on all the evidence widely available, it is also my opinion that if genetic diversity is lost, humanity would be stuck with the possible, perhaps probable, curse of less than desirable genetically modified seeds. Thus, any reasonable person should be able to see that the burden of proof in this case belongs to the genetic engineers.

Further, now paraphrasing, Randy wisely "left to our valued WAIS associates to form their own opinions as to whether or not it's worth the time to browse this one site [naturalnews.com]." For some reason, rather than discussing this complex issue based on the numerous studies and intelligent opinions widely available (several presented in this Forum), Randy chose to base his opinion about this subject on the personal/professional background of one of the bloggers cited. This is not acceptable.

JE comments:  Naturalnews.com does make some over-the-top arguments, but the GM seed debate should focus on the message, not its messengers. 

A good deal of discord on WAIS lately, but tomorrow is another day.

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