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Big Bad Voodoo

Movement plans second GM food protest

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Big Bad Voodoo

http://rt.com/news/m...nto-global-996/

"Joining six continents, 52 countries and over 500 cities, ‘March against Monsanto’ is planning its second mass rally Saturday against the biotech giant and genetically modified food."

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I hope in future we will see march against Monsanto, Dow Chemical, DuPont, Svngenta, Cargill, ADM, Epicvte and Fund Rockefeller, Ford, Gates.

52 countries-Looks like plans for global "economy" is melting. ;)

Justice will prevail.

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bmk1245

Neat, potatoes cause leprosy kinders on the march...

I wonder, how many of them would fill correctly the gaps in the following sentences:

In all of the cases studied, the observed alteration was more extensive in <...> than in <...> plants.

Differences observed in gene expression in the endosperm between <...> bred material were much larger in comparison to differences between <...> and untransformed lines exhibiting the same complements of gluten subunits.

(Hint. Words to put into the brackets: transgenic, conventionally, mutagenized).

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Neat, potatoes cause leprosy kinders on the march...

I like better -GMO cause cancer! :tu: You know how they say: Aim for the head.

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I like better -GMO cause cancer! :tu: You know how they say: Aim for the head.

Yeap, thats what I thought... Anti-GMO = ignorance.

Not a shock, nevertheless.

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Yeap, thats what I thought... Anti-GMO vs ignorance.

I corrected your post.

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I corrected your post.

Nope, you've just shown your unwillingness to learn, nothing more.

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bmk

http://www.unexplain...howtopic=256147

;)

I hate too when my agenda is melting.

Yeah, yeah, yeah... Show us your knowledge, master of anti-GMO, simple quiz (again):

In all of the cases studied, the observed alteration was more extensive in <...> than in <...> plants.

Differences observed in gene expression in the endosperm between <...> bred material were much larger in comparison to differences between <...> and untransformed lines exhibiting the same complements of gluten subunits.

(Hint. Words to put into the brackets: transgenic, conventionally, mutagenized)

Do it.. Is your "knowledge" just a brainfart?

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Yeah, yeah, yeah... Show us your knowledge, master of anti-GMO, simple quiz (again):

In all of the cases studied, the observed alteration was more extensive in <...> than in <...> plants.

Differences observed in gene expression in the endosperm between <...> bred material were much larger in comparison to differences between <...> and untransformed lines exhibiting the same complements of gluten subunits.

(Hint. Words to put into the brackets: transgenic, conventionally, mutagenized)

Do it.. Is your "knowledge" just a brainfart?

You snaped. Completly. Sad. :no:

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You snaped. Completly. Sad. :no:

:huh:

Nope. Just amazed about ignorance of anti-GMOists (inability to answer simple questions).

Same folks potatoes cause leprosy as in middle ages. And the same kind that burned "witches" back then. Nothing new.

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