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Last night, I spoke to the Yale Political Union on "Is Biotechnology a Threat to Our Humanity?" After a couple of hours of smart and lively debate, the experts from all the Yale parties decided, by a narrow margin, it wasn’t.

Today, I’m taking the train down to DC for what may well be the historic last meeting of THE PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL ON BIOETHICS. It’s at the Hotel Palomar in Roslyn, VA. Come by and be a part of history.

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Is altering the genome not by definition of science creation something other than human? I'm sure Monsanto will pay huge sums in grant money to get studdies that support things like terminator seeds and GMO corn, but I have my doubts about what greater purpose the spider-pig can serve. Since Americans don't even realize they are eating Frankenfood I would say that Monsanto has done a great job in this country. By the time the terminator seeds cross pollinate the neighbors crops and nothing grows the following year farmer XYZ will have no choice but pay whatever Monsanto is asking.

The liberal illuminati have even made promises to the environmental extremist that they will not be able to help out.

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