I think the concern is with the unknowns of cross-species
involvement. When you play with the basic genetic structure, the results
are still quite unpredictable.
The best way to accelerate a Macintosh is at 9.8m/sec/sec.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
Behalf Of Wilson, Dale
Sent: Friday, October 22, 1999 12:56 PM
To: 'Roberto Verzola'
Subject: RE: Benefit of BT Corn
>> What you are implying is probably true for a few (currently
>> theoretical) situations.
> It doesn't look like a theoretical situation to me. The U.S.
> is already hugely threatened with the genetic contamination
> problem, which is why you haven't exported as much corn to
> Europe for nearly two years now.
It is a problem that has been elaborated in peoples minds. All you are
saying is that transgenics are a problem because some people think they
might be. The more fundamental issue is whether the problem is real or
simply imaginary. What I want from you is a plausible biological argument,
not a political pronouncement.
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