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All modern farmed foods have been modifed by selective breeding. So there is no reason to believe that the mere act of modifing a genome should add risk
We should actively look for evidence on each newly introduced variety.
Humans have naturally created modified organisms for thousands of years and we're healthier than ever.
There should only be one premise posted on this argument: a link to a study showing the effects of gmo crops on human health and/or eco system health
The heavy pesticide/herbicide use on GMO plants is not good for people or the environment.
Genetic modification can be for better or for worse, sometimes both.
Thinking GMOs are either only good or only bad is pure ignorance.
I think it
s not always so easy to find out if GMO food is harmful. F.e: long time effects. Another thing is: maybe GMO food isnt really harmful, but isn
t healthy either. I dont why you discuss this topic; if it
s ethical discourse then I would say, that its not for sure, to be for GMO food.
The claim "exports" the burden of proof and thus responsibility. If one engages in a risky (potentially harmful in any way) activity - in such delicate areas as food - one holds the responsibility of proving that the activity is not harmful, risks are minimal etc.
There is some, though not to humans, some lab mice feed only GMO food developed increased tumors and all ended up dying way before normal