The future of GM: The greenhouses where Monsanto ‘plays God’ with the future of the planet

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If you travel from downtown St Louis at night on Highway 40 towards Kansas City and look out to your right you will see a strange bright white haze emanating from the horizon.

Get away from the road, and what you see is stranger still. Sixty feet in the air and perched on top of a vast rectangular brick building are rows and rows of greenhouses illuminating the night sky.

The scene is like something out of a sci-fi movie – you almost expect to see a mad scientist emerge at any moment, cackling about world domination. But then, talk to some environmentalists, and that is pretty much what they think. Because these greenhouses belong to Monsanto and it was inside here that the first genetically modified crops were cultivated 20 years ago. And it is here today that the latest developments in biotechnology are being grown in the artificial light of day.

To be continued on

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/the-future-of-gm-the-greenhouses-where-monsanto-plays-god-with-the-future-of-the-planet-10128968.html

2 Responses to “The future of GM: The greenhouses where Monsanto ‘plays God’ with the future of the planet”

  1. It makes the day of the triffids look like a scary story for small children…

    • theboldcorsicanflame Says:

      Yeah right, even science fiction seems that way with what is going on in the world today!

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