Genetic Modification

Genetic Modification
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Genetic Modification

Genetic Modification
February 2011 in Seattle

Genetically modified food continues to be a source of intense debate, especially in organic-friendly cities like Seattle. Are the critics justified, or are they just peddling pseudoscience? Alex B. Berezow, editor of, discusses the pros and cons of genetically modified organisms, from mosquitoes to tomatoes.

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I don't think it's a good idea for food to be modified genetically, leave mother nature alone.


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