>From: Anders Sandberg <email@example.com>
>Spike Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > Though [Max More is] not a big consumer of their products, I will
> > > calling
> > > or writing to them to counter the message of the anti-GM activists. It
> > > would help if a whole bunch of us here passed on this contact
> > > to counter the anti-GMers.
> > Perhaps we could request a product line made entirely of GM crops?
> > They could market them to the young and restless as Extreme Fritos.
>Maybe something like experimental cuisine in Egan's _Distress_? People
>try out radical new bioengineered products for the fun of it, filling
>out forms about how they liked them. Probably just a fad, but a fun
I'm as forward thinking as the next guy (well maybe not on this list), but
personally I'll stick to the old-fashioned food for as long as possible. I
know the general consensus is that GM food is OK. But the same thing was
thought about such things as cigarette smoking, silicone breasts and
thalydomide (sp?) once upon a time. Sure maybe GM stuff is harmless, but my
goal is long life. I ain't taking any chances ;)
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