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What about bio-engineering? Monsanto has a cantaloupe strain that it has spliced with moth genes. Easily found fact. Apparently it tastes better?

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Makuck wrote:

What about bio-engineering? Monsanto has a cantaloupe strain that it has spliced with moth genes. Easily found fact. Apparently it tastes better?

Wait till they start bio-engineering us...

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What about decentralized geo-engineering? For example, Indonesia is destroying orangutan habitat to create palm plantations to make palm oil for biodiesel and Brazil is destroying its pampas for sugar cane for ethanol production. I don't see these very real and more urgent geo-engineering projects being addressed by your load of fruitcakes. All your freaks appear to be concerned with 5th dimensional vortices and anti-matter sprinkles. No wonder environmental degradation and wildlife slaughter continues unabated, what with the lunatic fringe paying attention to nonsense and others deluding themselves into thinking that the universe revolves around them.

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jeffbliss wrote:

All your freaks appear to be concerned with 5th dimensional vortices and anti-matter sprinkles. No wonder environmental degradation and wildlife slaughter continues unabated, what with the lunatic fringe paying attention to nonsense and others deluding themselves into thinking that the universe revolves around them.

Always a pleasure.

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