Need Safeguards for Gene-Tinkered Foods
schouten at sp95.csrd.uiuc.edu
Wed Jun 30 12:08:18 EST 1993
In article <20qra2$frm at uniwa.uwa.edu.au> brent at psy.uwa.oz.au (Bucksteroony) writes:
>aad at scr.siemens.com (Anthony A. Datri) writes:
>>Just to add a little perspective, few people realize that more subtle genetic
>>engineering has been done for thousands of years. Domestic dogs and cats
>>are good examples of completely artificial species.
>Yeah, but people could eat CORN corn (vs WHEAT corn) before they domesticated
And they could eat cats before they domesticated corn, so what?
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