Wednesday, 8 January 2014

when Paterson makes no sense...

Owen Paterson told Oxford Farming Conference that there was 'compelling evidence' GM crops could benefit farmers and consumers. Photograph: David Hartley


Failure to embrace will leave Europe as a "museum" while other countries race ahead: UK enviro secretary.

my comment

what's wrong with the or le ?
Full of s ! p.s. I prefer to live in a ...food_science "museum" rather than toxifying my kids' future

1 comment:

Yannis Zabetakis said...

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/08/opinion/bittman-how-many-cheers-for-cheerios.html?ref=markbittman&_r=0

Do we care? Should we? Is this a cynical marketing ploy or a huge deal or both? (It certainly isn’t neither.)

Without question this could be the start of something big. That it has value to Cheerios and to anti-G.M.O. activists is also undoubtedly true; the question is whether it matters to the rest of us. It does; but that doesn’t mean it’s a good thing.