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Environmentalists Often Complain About GM Crops

Maybe some of the people complaining ought to go to Africa and tell people to stop breeding like rats? Think of all the GM Crops can do for plastics, synthetic material and even for NASA since they are working with these R and D facilities to make organic materials with GM crops. All this special R and D is paid for by these companies due to the future promise of potential profits, but it is not without risk.

The only question I would have I guess in the GM Crop issue, which was not addressed is the low sperm counts of the human race over the last 5 years, it is getting critical reduced by half in the UK and one-third in the US. Are the human species also entering an era of Terminating Genes, if so why? Overweight, bad diet? What if those building blocks of life, which are passed into future viable offspring are effected due to the intake of crops with GM - terminating seeds? Would this in fact affect the humans, which eat those seeds within a ear of Corn, bowl of rice, Sun Flower seed. This of course is an interesting thought. Will this effect fertility of livestock too, since they eat GM feed? And can we control World population growth and unnecessary children mortality rates if populations were to agree that if the sperm count was raised slightly in the UK and lowered in Africa and China, in fact less people would be born and there would be enough food and water for everyone? And then the quality of life of each goes up along with reduced death rates in children, no lack of food or water and more safety from disease, famine, virus, pathogen, etc. Although there maybe absolutely no correlation whatsoever, one has to ask. The infertility rates are most likely environmental or from frequency pollution and not from seeds used to grow the crops that we eat? However the thought is surely intriguing indeed.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs

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