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Old 04.25.2007, 03:43 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by nature scene
So spare me the "Monsanto hates America" bullshit and try getting your information from scientific publications rather than newspapers._________________

No need to be a snit, thats why I posted the followup. You see, I WANT the answer, I'm not stuck on any agenda. However, there are some studies from Europe that have shown an effect on insects. I noticed the test you mention seem to be about monarch caterpillars and may not be analogous to the bees. Monarch larva eat milkweed leaves. The bees eat pollen of genetically engineered corn, corn engineered to be deadly to insects. But I will stand by my statements that Monsanto are evil and they do hate this country. They want a different america where they own all the genetic information and they get a royalty for every seed planted. And you will go to jail if you try to save any seeds. And god forbid Monsanto's shit should drift in the wind and infect your fields - Monsanto will sue you and win. Its your fault their pollen drifted onto your land. Its happened a bunch of times.

To be honest, putting your faith in scientific journals can be as sketchy as the newspapers - science and media are all run by the same corporatists.
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