24 March 2014


Too few understand that our children and grandchildren stand in the gravest danger because of GMO's produced by companies like Monsanto and BASF. 

We must come to an understanding of the indicators pointing toward  ecological damage due to GMO's.  And we cannot wait till we arrive at total ecological disaster before we are willing to invoke the need to stop going down this path that has been built on bad science and the mad greed of corporations seeking profit and market control without any concern for human health or the fabric of society.

The following quote comes from the blog of a company that sells health supplements and provides health related information via its blog.  My quoting from this source is not an endorsement of this company or their products.  Their blog on this occasion is a good source of information on this frightening subject:

GMOs Could Cause 
‘Irreversible Termination of life’ on Earth, 
risk expert warns

When discussing the issues surrounding genetically modified organisms (GMOs) — that is, organisms bearing the genetic traits of other species or bacteria — the focus is typically on how safe (or unsafe) these novel, food-like products are for humans. But distinguished risk engineer and two-time best-selling author Nassim Taleb thinks an even bigger problem with GMOs is their threat to the planet, and the statistical likelihood that they will eventually lead to the collapse of life on Earth.

In a new study, which is still in draft form, this professor of risk engineering from New York University uses statistical analysis to make the case that GMOs, by their very nature, will disrupt the ecosystems of this planet in ways that mankind is only just beginning to comprehend. Because they represent a systemic risk rather than a localized one — GM traits are known to spread unconstrained throughout the environment — GMOs will eventually breach the so-called “ecocide barrier,” leading to catastrophic ecosystem failure.

The blog article quoted above continues at this link: click here