This week I shall be covering the fictional book I was reading pertaining to my topic, as well as the questions about morality and possibly religion that is brought up near the end. 405 more words
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Breakthrough in cloning adult stem cells may mean body parts can be grown for elderly patients, researchers say
Human cloning has been used to create stem cells from adults for the first time, in a breakthrough which could lead to tissue and organs being regrown. 507 more words
Apr 10, 2014 by Indigenous Environmental Network
Industry Hype & Misdirected Science Undercuts Real Energy/Climate Solutions
Genetically Engineering Poplars for Paper and Biofuels Condemned
Washington, DC–Scientists and environmentalists today condemned a recent press release by researchers at the University of British Columbia announcing they have created genetically engineered (GE) poplar trees for paper and biofuel production, opening the prospect of growing these GE trees like an agricultural crop in the future.
Hi! A lot of things have been changing in my life lately, which caused this blog to take ‘back-burner’ status, unfortunately. However, I am giving myself a more strict posting schedule so that I can post stuff more consistently. 351 more words
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Note: If global industrial agriculture must be abolished in order to maintain a livable planet, will we accept life without cheap limes?
And let’s be honest — The industry-backed narrative about a “broad scientific consensus” on GMO safety is just plain incorrect – see this statement here: …
Researchers have genetically engineered poplar trees with lignin that breaks down more easily, opening the door to cheaper biofuels and wood pulp that require only a fraction of the energy and chemicals to produce. 645 more words