@ Death to Monsanto! @
asterdiscaveman at hl.telia.no
Fri Mar 26 17:40:32 EST 1999
Alan Sloan wrote:
> Graham Willers <glw at globalnet.co.uk> wrote in message
> news:36fac6d1.2017285 at news...
> > On Thu, 25 Mar 1999 19:48:13 -0700, dmyerson at plinet.com (Dean Myerson)
> > wrote:
> > >In article <QjiK2.2049$O66.2102486 at newsgate.direct.ca>, "Richard Simpson"
> > ><richsimp at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > >> If it wasn't for geneticaly altered crops there would be no western
> > >> pine left in BC as the white pine blister rust wipes them out in entire
> > >> stands. If we didn't geneticaly breed the crops to resist the disease
> > >> would be none left so which is worse letting a species go extinct or
> > >> geneticly breeding trees.
> > >>
> > >> Richard
> > >
> > >Are we talking about genetic breeding or recombinant techniques?
> > Exactly - Seems to be a lot of confusion about this everywhere.
> > >
> > >In any case, most cases of serious plant disease are due to narrow of a
> > >genetic base. Genetically engineered plants are usually more susceptable
> > >to most diseases - though maybe not to a single one they may have been
> > >designed against.
> > >
> > >Dean
> > Couldn't have put it better old chap!!
> Yes, I agree, very much to the point, though I didn't know the word
> recombitant, it means selection, does it? I presume by genetic breeding you
> mean insertion of bits of gene into an existing dna? Or have I got it
Mixing, insertion, all of the above. Take a bowl, mix a bit hope it all
Or worse. Done (in just few years) with "complete" "control" over the
finished "product" (enough to create headless humans, worker drones and
Yes, this is no joke and no science fiction. Besides, today's science
fiction is tomorrow's reality.
The human tribe is headed into a hellish future and no one seems bent
on stopping it.
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