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Genetically Engineered Food: Changing the Nature of Nature
Martin Teitel (au); Kimberly A. Wilson (au); Ralph Nader (fr). Genetically engineered foods -- plants whose genetic structures are altered by scientists in ways that could never occur in nature -- are already present in many products you buy in supermarkets, unlabeled & largely untested. Here is a comprehensive look at the ramifications of this dangerous science. Explains genetic eng. & how it works, & explores the health risks involved with eating newly created lifeforms. Addresses the econ. devastation that may befall small farmers who find themselves at the mercy of mega-corp. for their livelihood. Considers the ethical implications of this radical change in our relationship to the natural world, & shows what the future holds if we donít act now to implement a moratorium on the production of genetically engineered food.
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