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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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I don't really follow the Dr Oz show, although I have in the past seen a couple of shows. He puts on an impressive defense and exposes who those mystery rent-a-scientists are who called for his removal. No surprise whatsoever about all their connections to the GMO and Tobacco industries. The various segments come in different short clips and the adverts are a bit annoying, but if someone has a complete video to share, that would be great.
Dr. Oz addresses the 10 doctors who signed the headline-grabbing letter calling for Columbia University to fire him.
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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The solution is very straightforward.


The public should be more aware that the gmo-industry, 

probably often:   Carefully pick their opponents 
( among the large, vivid,  very variated groups of alternativists )  
-  before the then following mediadebates.

So concerning that, the gmo-industries are carefull  :-(
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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Lately there have been some great reported upon News of scientific examples of Biomimicry, which is replicating nature. Such practices could also be utilized in making practical application on a commercial level of creating commercial farming into ecosystems which are as equally or superior in productivity as Industrial Agriculture without the high cost and more ecologically viable. However, the Biotech industry has come out attacking Anti-GMO people are religious anti-science Luddites who believe what they do because the believe everything in nature has purpose. Seriously, you won't believe the crap they are spewing here.
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Replicating Designs found in Nature (Biomimetics) should be what defines the Biotech Industry
Unfortunately, recent News from the Biotech Industry itself says that we live in a world without purpose, therefore GMOs are necessary. Seriously folks, this is exactly what motivates & justifies their actions I wasn't going to make anymore mention on this ...
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Common sense doesn't make this world go round. Unfortunately we know what does. Without Jehovah God our existence is futile. Not long now for hope to become reality. Hab 2:2,3. 
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Weed Network: "Grain Millers, a major oat buyer in Western Canada, will no longer purchase oats if the crop has been desiccated with glyphosate."
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