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When Does Green Rage Become Ecoterrorism?

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By Matt Rasmussen, Orion Magazine. Posted January 25, 2007.

Are radical environmentalists wackos, terrorists, or prophets warning against environmental catastrophe?

People like to think of the courtroom as a crucible of justice, but to me it's always seemed a diluter of passions. The atmosphere is restrained, so respectful and genteel it's easy to forget that people's lives hang in the balance. The system has a way of straining out emotion. It is designed to objectify, to control the soaring passions that created the need for the courtroom in the first place.

Do the Gene Engineers Know Best?

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Published on Thursday, September 21, 2006 by

by Deborah Rich

We Americans are eating a lot of genetically engineered food, and for no
good reason.

Since the mid-1990s, when corn and soybean varieties began being injected
with genes from bacteria and other unrelated species, we've been paying
participants in a food experiment with potentially unprecedented effects on
human health, the environment and food security.

By 2005, the Agriculture Department says, the vast majority of U.S. soybean

Are there human genes in your food?

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Are there human genes in your food?

TRUDY BIALIC Friday, February 24, 2006


Ask the people around you if they want experimental drugs and industrial chemicals in their food or beer -- without their knowledge or consent. Chances are they'll say no. Then tell them experiments that could make that happen are occurring right here in Washington state.

US: organic farmers debate genetic engineering of crops

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SOURCE: FrechPlaza, USA
DATE: 13 Feb 2006

Is industry just hurrying up evolution, or is it harming the world's

Should genetically modified seeds be allowed in organic agriculture?

At the 26th annual Ecological Farming Conference in Pacific Grove in late
January, Dave Henson, director of the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center
in Occidental and a steering committee member of the Californians for GE-
Free Agriculture campaign, and Charles Benbrook, chief scientist at the

Pew conference on ethics of genetically engineered and cloned animals

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Pew conference on ethics of genetically engineered and cloned animals

Thursday, October 27, 2005

In January 2005, the Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology hosted a workshop to explore moral and ethical aspects of genetically engineering and cloning animals.

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