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mis placed souls seeker . seeking Bettina , P.A. to Adnan Khashoggi , Little Venice , London '77
mis placed souls seeker . seeking Bettina , P.A. to Adnan Khashoggi , Little Venice , London '77

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As of May 21, a total of 112 people have been killed, including 13 children and two journalists, and more than 13,000 people have been injured
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Jewish state as a 'bug'.,,,,more a parasitic virus
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nothing other than gelt is sacred
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PPPFFFTT!!!! we did this decades ago and bred Israelis
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AND YOURS #Monsanto
Monsanto GENE EDITING - not only ADDING genes, but now DELETING GENES in growing food - full steam ahead despite unpredicted mutations appearing in study, as safeguards fail

AI is being relied upon to 'detect' mutations - of course it failed - they couldn't program it to know the unknown.

"...computer algorithms used by scientists to screen for possible unintended mutations completely failed to predict them. In addition, the mutations were “off-target,” meaning they didn’t occur in the genes that had been edited in the first place."

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The timing is highly suspicious, to say the least – especially in light of Monsanto’s long and disgraceful history of suppressing damaging research.

In other words, unlike traditional GMO methods – which add genes from another organism – gene-editing changes (or deletes) existing genes.

Monsanto plans to “gene-edit” corn, soy, wheat, cotton and canola – major crops used in an extensive variety of foods. (Of course, they will then have exclusive rights to the “edited” crops).

Unpredicted mutations appear in study – as safeguards fail

Natural health experts and GMO critics – including the non-profit organization GM Watch – warn that CRISPR could cause unpredictable mutations.

Their suspicions appear to have been confirmed by an explosive study published last May in Nature Methods, in which CRISPR caused hundreds of unintended, “off-target” mutations in mice.

The mice had originally undergone CRISPR gene editing to correct a genetic defect. When researchers sequenced their genomes – their entire collection of genes – they found that two of the mice had sustained more than 1,500 mutations involving the nucleotide (a small block of DNA).

CRISPR technology is believed to be so precise and predictable that the USDA has already given the “green light” to CRISPR-produced foods.

#GMO #Gene-editing #MonsantoMadness #Frankenfood #CRISPR #AI #GeneMutations
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