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G e n e t i c  E n g i n e e r i n g  (b i o t e c h n o l o g y)
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Genetic 'engineering' is a misnomer. It's more of genetic experimentation resulting in perverting that which already works, and works well. It comes with a severe warning. One example is that genetically modified 'food' does not give us the correct protein sequence to properly develop the brain, according to Harvard Ph.D physicist Dr. John Hagelin. His site is www.hagelin.org
    Science examines how things work, analyzing each pertaining variable. Organisms however possess many complex interacting traits, providing a labyrinth for study with obstacles to accurate information that render scientific control and manipulation impossible; impossible because God says so. And what have we really done in biotechnology?
    If processes involving genetic manipulation (like vaccinations and genetically engineered insulin) are the slightest bit in doubt by even a small portion of the populace, why is legislation avoided to enforce labeling as in the case of vaccinations? Similarly, labeling is avoided in the case of 'frankenfood'.
    Why are such efforts touted as being the panacea for so many of the world's ills? Extremely costly and so pathetic are attempts by those duped to pursue directions sure to end in disaster -Hosea 8:7 "For they have sown the wind and they shall reap the whirlwind; it hath no stalk; the bud shall yield no meal. If so be it yield, the strangers shall swallow it up." 

Is it in the name of greed couched with altruistic motives, biotech scientists continue to ignore lessons; one being organic farming, the other, wisdom of their peers?
    It's always more lucrative to deal with the problems than the causes. Buy the pill for the headache or sinuses, eh!
    Mankind is so incredibly dumb! And more so, the seemingly more 'educated'. Increasing knowledge without wisdom is like increasing food lacking adequate nutrition. Something happens and you're ok, for a while. Then things get difficult; like climbing stairs, taking long walks, bodily elimination of toxins, etc. Lacking wisdom leads to dealing with an effect while avoiding causes.
    We search for a 'cure' for cancer and heart disease, while saying little about cause, avoidance and prevention. And so on and so forth ad nauseum regarding so much else.

Genetically modified foods don't taste better, and in most cases, taste poorly, grow inconsistently – for example turnips become incredibly hard, more like rocks at times, brocolli too! They provide no more nutrition, and often less, and provide greater risk of allergic reaction as genes are used to produce the proteins and allergies are associated with introduced proteins.
    Genetically modified foods don't cost less and they don't look nicer, and they aren't a solution for any world hunger related problem.
    Mother Earth News, April/May, 2000, page 59, "Feeding the world is not a technology related problem. It is a problem of wealth and distribution of wealth. It is a problem of politics...." ... Jane Rissler, senior staff scientist with the Union of Concerned Scientists, a 50,000 member non profit watchdog group concerned with the misuse of science and technology.
    Greernpeace, Council of Canadians and Sierra Club endorse Families for a Safe Food Supply. For more see www.chfa.ca.
    35 countries require mandatory labeling of biotech foods (genetically modified foods). Canada's labelling requirements are voluntary, and that's fine, it is a free country. But, you can trust organic.
    Man's efforts are laudable, yet often directed-unbeknownst to him to waste his time, heading him off in directions that mostly concern him only with this life
    Thinking he can thoroughly solve problems without God's guidance approaches arrogance, and leads man mostly into a whole new set of them -2Corinthians 3:5 "Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think anything as of ourselves; but our sufficiency is of God."

If these agri giants want to feed the world why are they then trying to sell genetically engineered crops in North America and Europe? Jane says "There is not a great rush to develop products for the developing world...One cannot conclude that this technology has been proven to increase yield or to substantially reduce pesticide use across the board. So our question is: With so little benefit why are farmers and consumers being asked to take any risk?" 
    Any scientist will tell you that mammalian testing requires at least three generations of observation and study. And it's also certain that pests will easily build up a tolerance to any 'built in' pesticides engineered into food crops. Then what? 
    United States of America congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) has introduced the 'Genetically Engineered Food Right To Know Act' (House resolution 3377). Because genetically modified food has no present label requirements, once consumers use them, affects can't be tracked.
    Is there a hidden agenda? Perhaps one to 'engineer' people? And one that even the researchers unwittingly may be following?

Only a fool would tamper with the building blocks of life. Negative results occur with GMOs (genetically modified organisms) including genetically modified maize (corn) plants. 
    The intelligence is often to just leave things alone, and/or get in line with how to make and optimally maintain the body; not push the envelope and upset the balance.-...continue?

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