a hilarious 45 second video (TIME magazine shows it too) with Monsanto Lobbyist who says to a French TV station that "glyphosate is safe, you can drink a quart of it and it won't harm you". But he refuses to drink even a little bit of it in the interview, saying that he is not an idiot to drink it and that some use it to commit suicide.
The TIME Magazine has it here ► http://time.com/3761053/monsanto-weed-killer-drink-patrick-moore/
World Health Organization says glyphosate in trace amounts (let alone a quart, which would kill most people) is linked to cancer ► http://www.nbcnews.com/science/environment/who-report-links-roundup-weed-killer-cancer-risk-n327826
The World health Organization article is not saying GMOs are not safe, just that the herbicide used is not safe. Should we use biophysics and lasers to develop a novel way to get rid of weeds without glyphosate? :) Maybe in 2200 this glyphosate will be thought of stone age tech, or the use of today's herbicides. Science always advances, what is hi tech this century will be outdated a few centuries later. :) There was a documentary about medicines of the 18th century and how they are considered poisons today. :)
Imagine some cute drones killing weeds using some kind of advanced lasers that vibrate cells and kill only weeds by matching the frequencies of some weed cells but not harming the crop cells. Even today with drones and robots, one could get rid of weeds, but it's not that economical. We might live on cosmic energy one century, as Nikola Tesla said, using perhaps some nanobots that "recycle cellular waste into nutrients and make us free from the need to have agriculture"; no more eating after one grows to adult stage, live 900+ years. :)