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Paragon Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jun-08-04 03:11 PM
Response to Reply #20
23. Here you go.
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  -Should labels be required on GM foods? Delano  Jun-08-04 02:50 PM   #0 
  - The "danger" of GM foods is hype.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 02:52 PM   #1 
  - as is the "fed billions of starving people"  Kellanved   Jun-08-04 02:53 PM   #2 
  - Uh, no it isn't.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 02:58 PM   #6 
     - I don't think so  Kellanved   Jun-08-04 03:04 PM   #16 
     - You've yet to cite an example.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:07 PM   #20 
        - Here you go.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:11 PM   #23 
           - EDIT. My mistake.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:15 PM   #26 
              - No Delano, you were right  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:33 PM   #78 
                 - The mistake I was referring to...  Delano   Jun-08-04 05:42 PM   #122 
  - Call me crazy  tkmorris   Jun-08-04 02:58 PM   #7 
  - They've also instigated suicide increases in India  IrateCitizen   Jun-08-04 02:58 PM   #8 
  - Sure.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:00 PM   # 
     - YOU'RE the one trying to foist off experimental foods on unwitting public.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:11 PM   #22 
     - There are innumerable products on the market that are untested long-term  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:17 PM   #28 
        - In all those cases, the consumer knows what he's buying.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:20 PM   #33 
     - Fine -- here's a few after just a quick search...  IrateCitizen   Jun-08-04 03:19 PM   # 
     - you do know that the mexican corn biodiversity study  treepig   Jun-08-04 03:26 PM   #43 
     - Thoroughly debunked? By whom?  IrateCitizen   Jun-08-04 03:30 PM   #49 
        - by non-google sources . . .  treepig   Jun-08-04 03:43 PM   #52 
           - "Thoroughly debunked"?  Feanorcurufinwe   Jun-08-04 05:29 PM   #118 
              - Transgenics Research  treepig   Jun-08-04 05:44 PM   #123 
                 - Who is the publisher? Where can I get a copy?  Feanorcurufinwe   Jun-08-04 07:22 PM   #137 
                    - the long reach of monsanto . . .  treepig   Jun-09-04 06:38 AM   #141 
     - There was also an article in yesterday's NY Times  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:33 PM   #79 
     - here's one Dr.Vandana Shiva  buddhamama   Jun-08-04 03:22 PM   #36 
        - Suppressing the Safety Debate:  buddhamama   Jun-08-04 03:46 PM   #53 
  - The agricultural revolution fed them, not GM.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:00 PM   #12 
  - LOL - "the agricultural revolution"?  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:02 PM   #13 
     - The 20th century saw those technologies developed to their peak.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:09 PM   #21 
        - Yup - that's me. Shilling for poor and hungry people.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:19 PM   #32 
           - Monsanto is hungry?  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:47 PM   #90 
  - IT DOESN'T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE...  deseo   Jun-08-04 03:54 PM   #56 
  - Exactly  Feanorcurufinwe   Jun-08-04 05:24 PM   #115 
  - Just like global warming and cigarettes causing cancer.  durutti   Jun-08-04 06:14 PM   #130 
  - Absolutely!  Jim__   Jun-08-04 02:54 PM   #3 
  - I agree. n/t  Kool Kitty   Jun-08-04 02:56 PM   #4 
  - How much more allergenic are they then normal foods?  wuushew   Jun-08-04 02:57 PM   #5 
  - all food you eat has been "genetically modified"  treepig   Jun-08-04 02:59 PM   #9 
  - Crossbreeding is NOT GM  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:02 PM   #14 
  - you don't really know what's going on with "breeding," do you?  treepig   Jun-08-04 03:23 PM   #37 
  - Just curious  texastoast   Jun-08-04 04:37 PM   #82 
     - why wouldn't a vegetarian want to eat a fish gene  treepig   Jun-08-04 04:54 PM   #100 
        - So just shove that fish gene down my throat?  texastoast   Jun-08-04 05:08 PM   #111 
           - i said in the first post that i posted in this thread  treepig   Jun-08-04 05:20 PM   #113 
              - This type of language . . .  texastoast   Jun-08-04 05:54 PM   #125 
                 - you forgot the collapse of the tacoma narrows bridge  treepig   Jun-08-04 06:21 PM   #132 
                    - Your attempt at irony falls flat.  Feanorcurufinwe   Jun-08-04 08:50 PM   #139 
  - Yes, absolutely...  Hell Hath No Fury   Jun-08-04 03:00 PM   #10 
  - Sure, but where do you draw the line?  LynzM   Jun-08-04 03:00 PM   #11 
  - I wouldn't have a problem with same-species GM  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:04 PM   #15 
     - Is it just me  redqueen   Jun-08-04 03:05 PM   #17 
     - It is not just you.  LWolf   Jun-08-04 09:36 PM   #140 
     - "whale genes into corn"???  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:06 PM   #18 
        - It's a made-up example, but they are splicing animal genes into plants.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:13 PM   #24 
           - it's amazing  theoceansnerves   Jun-08-04 03:18 PM   #31 
           - Doesn't matter. Genes are just DNA segments.  HalfManHalfBiscuit   Jun-08-04 03:21 PM   #34 
           - Yes, and I personally wouldn't be afraid to eat a GM food.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:26 PM   #42 
              - Is it possible you're the victim of environmental panic?  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:29 PM   #46 
                 - In other words, you, and your industries CAN'T guarantee...  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:50 PM   #54 
                 - Dumb.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:56 PM   #57 
                    - Yes, that was a dumb argum,ent  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:36 PM   #80 
                 - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-08-04 04:10 PM   #63 
                    - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-08-04 04:20 PM   #68 
                       - Bullshit!!!.....It isn't paranoia if they are really after you...  webster_green   Jun-08-04 04:39 PM   #85 
                          - Wow, thanks for all those facts.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 04:45 PM   #88 
                             - Just like you  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:48 PM   #92 
                             - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-08-04 04:51 PM   #96 
                                - And I'll take full disclosure and NO NANNIES  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:58 PM   #104 
                             - Your post 23 was about selective breeding not GMOs....  webster_green   Jun-08-04 04:57 PM   #102 
                             - What about fining farmers for cross-pollination....  webster_green   Jun-08-04 05:05 PM   #106 
           - Because it's simply not possible.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 03:25 PM   #38 
              - WE. ARE. NOT. TALKING. ABOUT. CROSSBREEDING.  Delano   Jun-08-04 04:02 PM   #58 
              - I admire your stamina  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:07 PM   #59 
              - see posts #34 and #38  Paragon   Jun-08-04 04:15 PM   #65 
                 - No you're playing semantic games.  Delano   Jun-08-04 04:20 PM   #67 
                 - The only thing you're deceiving is yourself.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 04:26 PM   #74 
                    - You are flat out wrong  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:38 PM   #83 
                       - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-08-04 04:46 PM   #89 
                          - Your arguments are ridiculous  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:49 PM   #94 
                             - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-08-04 04:52 PM   #97 
                                - Why don't you want GM foods labelled as GM?  sangh0   Jun-08-04 05:07 PM   #107 
                 - Not as simple as you seem to wish to believe  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:21 PM   #69 
              - what's your point?  treepig   Jun-08-04 04:12 PM   #64 
                 - The bis deal is that its being done by money grubbing assholes  webster_green   Jun-08-04 04:29 PM   #75 
                 - Ah, yes - Mother Nature will provide all.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 04:31 PM   #77 
                 - mother nature has provided plants with "built-in pesticides"  treepig   Jun-08-04 04:37 PM   #81 
                    - I give up..you guys are brainwashed beyond repair....  webster_green   Jun-08-04 04:54 PM   # 
                 - Maybe there is some wisdom  texastoast   Jun-08-04 04:47 PM   #91 
                    - can you kindly cite one crop that was developed by "traditional"  treepig   Jun-08-04 05:59 PM   #126 
              - DECEPTIVE STATEMENT.  Delano   Jun-08-04 04:09 PM   #62 
  - Forgeting the possible heath hazzards of GM foods..  Gothic_Sponge   Jun-08-04 03:06 PM   #19 
  - They are all genetically modified  Shirley_U_Geste   Jun-08-04 03:14 PM   #25 
  - what you're describing is not Genetically altering plants animals etc  buddhamama   Jun-08-04 03:18 PM   #29 
  - GM is not the same as crossbreeding/selective breeding.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:18 PM   #30 
  - It is the same.  HalfManHalfBiscuit   Jun-08-04 03:26 PM   #40 
  - contaminating soybeans  theoceansnerves   Jun-08-04 03:30 PM   #47 
  - did you even read the information in post #37?  treepig   Jun-08-04 03:30 PM   #48 
     - SO even you admit that there IS a difference between GM and crossbreed  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:40 PM   #86 
        - i just said there was a difference  treepig   Jun-08-04 05:26 PM   #116 
  - I like these ideas.  bhunt70   Jun-08-04 03:29 PM   #45 
  - i'd like to try some panacea n/t  gpandas   Jun-08-04 04:21 PM   #71 
  - Sure. Why not.  Kilroy003   Jun-08-04 03:16 PM   #27 
  - If GM foods are so wonderful, why are some of you afraid to label them?  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:22 PM   #35 
  - Funny how NONE of the apologists are EVER able to answer this question.  Delano   Jun-08-04 03:35 PM   #50 
     - banned  theoceansnerves   Jun-08-04 03:42 PM   #51 
  - Is it a science fiction story or is it reality?  Gothic_Sponge   Jun-08-04 03:25 PM   #39 
  - Some ways of doing that now for those with the time  camero   Jun-08-04 03:26 PM   #41 
  - New Health Dangers of Genetically Modified Food (and Vaccines)Discovered  redqueen   Jun-08-04 03:28 PM   #44 
  - Thanks for posting this  GoneOffShore   Jun-08-04 03:52 PM   #55 
  - My pleasure  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:08 PM   #61 
  - ::sigh::  yibbehobba   Jun-08-04 04:21 PM   #70 
     - As is stated in the press release...  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:24 PM   #73 
  - starting with peas  Mr.Green93   Jun-08-04 04:08 PM   #60 
  - The Best Kept Secret of GM Crops  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:18 PM   #66 
  - funny funny stuff  treepig   Jun-08-04 04:45 PM   #87 
     - It's very likely that the strain is still unstable  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:59 PM   #105 
        - and you don't seem to be able to grasp the simple concept  treepig   Jun-08-04 05:33 PM   #120 
           - Interesting  redqueen   Jun-09-04 10:36 AM   #142 
  - Okay GM Apologists, Please Show Us Where Mankind Has Planted  cryingshame   Jun-08-04 04:22 PM   #72 
  - Yeah, what a bunch of PUBLIC RELATIONS CRAP  Paragon   Jun-08-04 04:30 PM   #76 
     - How about a response to post #66? n/t  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:39 PM   #84 
     - Sure, I'll research it tonight and put out a press release in the morning  Paragon   Jun-08-04 04:48 PM   #93 
        - So Paragon has no info  sangh0   Jun-08-04 04:49 PM   #95 
           - Deleted message  Name removed   Jun-08-04 04:54 PM   #98 
           - So why do you oppose the labelling of GM foods?  sangh0   Jun-08-04 05:08 PM   #109 
           - It's very sad to me  redqueen   Jun-08-04 04:57 PM   #101 
              - It's sadder to me  Paragon   Jun-08-04 05:07 PM   #108 
                 - So why not label GM foods as GM?  sangh0   Jun-08-04 05:08 PM   #110 
                 - They NEVER answer this question.  Delano   Jun-08-04 05:46 PM   #124 
                    - Asked and answered.  Paragon   Jun-08-04 06:03 PM   #127 
                       - You consider any food that has a cross-pollinated ingredient to be GM.  Delano   Jun-08-04 06:10 PM   #128 
                       - No, you didnt answer the question.  Feanorcurufinwe   Jun-08-04 08:42 PM   #138 
                 - You read post #66  redqueen   Jun-08-04 05:20 PM   #114 
                 - It's also been here alot longer  crunchyfrog   Jun-08-04 05:30 PM   #119 
     - And Posting An Emotionally Wrenching Photo Means Exactly What?  cryingshame   Jun-08-04 04:54 PM   #99 
     - So, this person is starving  crunchyfrog   Jun-08-04 05:28 PM   #117 
  - Consumers have a right to know  texastoast   Jun-08-04 04:57 PM   #103 
  - If it's so much better, why not label?  Canuckistanian   Jun-08-04 06:20 PM   #131 
  - I'm not against GM foods, not convinced they're dangerous --  damnraddem   Jun-08-04 05:10 PM   #112 
  - Wow, so many people so threatened  crunchyfrog   Jun-08-04 05:36 PM   #121 
  - ethically I just have a problem with it  crozet4clark   Jun-08-04 06:11 PM   #129 
  - With GM foods? With labeling them?  Delano   Jun-08-04 06:33 PM   #134 
  - Personally I believe people have the right to know about what they consume  JanMichael   Jun-08-04 06:23 PM   #133 
  - Just  mountainvue   Jun-08-04 06:57 PM   #135 
  - Two things concern me the most...  Solon   Jun-08-04 07:02 PM   #136 
 

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