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    1. staceyl2 says
      Sadly, these GMO forests are good for nothing, but to be chopped down and burned. Which must be done in a way that does not endanger the health of humanity, especially the firemen that put out wild fires or monitor controlled fires.

    2. I meant grisly way to die not grizzly

    3. I can only hope that those mad scientists recall their frankentrees while there is still time otherwise we will all be doomed,there is no doubt about that.I cannot think of a more grizzly way to die than this one,devoid of natural resources.

    4. pbaker820 says
      The threat we face from terrorism or environmental disasters such as the Gulf Oil Spill pale in comparison to the potential dangers of the "Frankenstein forests" created from the diabolical greed of Monsanto. While the other treats to our way of life are oft times front page news the crime that Monsanto perpetrates against nature and the unprecedented danger they have created to our health unfortunately go unnoticed by the general public. As a Procurement analyst for the City of New York I plan to research whether the tons of paper we purchase is produced from GE trees. I will also advocate that future contract terms explicitly prohibit paper and any other products produced from GE trees. If successful this could trigger other municipalities to follow suit. We all have to fight back where we can.

  • staceyl2 says
    Sadly, these GMO forests are good for nothing, but to be chopped down and burned. Which must be done in a way that does not endanger the health of humanity, especially the firemen that put out wild fires or monitor controlled fires.

  • I meant grisly way to die not grizzly

  • I can only hope that those mad scientists recall their frankentrees while there is still time otherwise we will all be doomed,there is no doubt about that.I cannot think of a more grizzly way to die than this one,devoid of natural resources.

  • pbaker820 says
    The threat we face from terrorism or environmental disasters such as the Gulf Oil Spill pale in comparison to the potential dangers of the "Frankenstein forests" created from the diabolical greed of Monsanto. While the other treats to our way of life are oft times front page news the crime that Monsanto perpetrates against nature and the unprecedented danger they have created to our health unfortunately go unnoticed by the general public. As a Procurement analyst for the City of New York I plan to research whether the tons of paper we purchase is produced from GE trees. I will also advocate that future contract terms explicitly prohibit paper and any other products produced from GE trees. If successful this could trigger other municipalities to follow suit. We all have to fight back where we can.