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"Back in 1983, the United States government approved the release of the first genetically modified organism. In this case, it was a bacteria that prevents frost on food crops."

"The traditional Christian attitude toward human personality was that human nature was essentially good and that it was formed and modified by social pressures and training."

"Myths about the dire effects of genetically modified foods on health and the environment abound, but they have not held up to scientific scrutiny. And, although many concerns have been expressed about the potential for unexpected consequences, the unexpected effects that have been observed so far have been benign."

"Back in 1983, the United States government approved the release of the first genetically modified organism. In this case, it was a bacteria that prevents frost on food crops."

"The position I took at the time was that we hadn't really examined any of the potential environmental consequences of introducing genetically modified organisms."

"Therefore I feel that the aforementioned guiding principle must be modified to read: If you desire peace, cultivate justice, but at the same time cultivate the fields to produce more bread otherwise there will be no peace."

"All that is needed to set us definitely on the road to a Fascist society is war. It will of course be a modified form of Fascism at first."

"All that is needed to set us definitely on the road to a Fascist society is war. It will of course be a modified form of Fascism at first."

"Therefore I feel that the aforementioned guiding principle must be modified to read: If you desire peace, cultivate justice, but at the same time cultivate the fields to produce more bread otherwise there will be no peace."

"Fairness forces you - even when you're writing a piece highly critical of, say, genetically modified food, as I have done - to make sure you represent the other side as extensively and as accurately as you possibly can."

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