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LAWYERS DISPUTE PATENTS ON ANIMALS AND PLANTS

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SOURCE: Duke University, USA
AUTHOR: The Chronicle, by Hon Lung Chu
URL: http://media.www.dukechronicle.com/media/storage/paper884/news/2007/11/1...
DATE: 12.11.2007

Apples and oranges may soon be patented-unless lawmakers and researchers learn more about the ethics of plant and animal use.

''Black people are less intelligent than whites'', claims DNA pioneer

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Daily Mail, 17 October 2007
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article...

One of the world''s most eminent scientists is at the centre of a row after claiming black people are less intelligent than whites.

James Watson, who won the Nobel Prize for his part in discovering the structure of DNA, has drawn condemnation for comments made ahead of his arrival in Britain tomorrow for a speaking tour.

Genetically Engineered Organisms Invade Our Planet - What's the Harm?

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EXTRACT: the problem, according to Caruso, is that important questions about the possible negative consequences of biogenetic engineering " the real risks " are not typically investigated or even asked by the scientists creating the technology or by the industry that is profiting from them. Furthermore, they greatly resent having their assumptions and approach to science questioned.

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Epoch Times, 12 March 2007
http://en.epochtimes.com/news/7-3-12/52710.html

The Myths Of Agricultural Biotechnology: Some Ethical Questions

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by Miguel A. Altieri 07-30-00
Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management
University of California, Berkeley

How Much Did the Green Revolution Matter?

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Published on 29 Jan 2007 by Energy Bulletin. Archived on 29 Jan 2007.

How Much Did the Green Revolution Matter? or Can We Feed the World Without Industrial Agriculture?

by Sharon Astyk
Is Sustainable Agriculture an Oxymoron?...

"It is well that thou givest bread to the hungry, better were it that none hungered and that thou haddest none to give."
St. Augustine

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