Former GMO Engineer Drops Biotech and Goes Organic

Thierry Vrain

"If you are a scientist and discover things that are of concern, then you are accused of doing “pseudoscience” and often viciously attacked by the industry and academics on the payroll."

"Those warnings were ignored."

"It troubles me that money and the bottom line are at the root of the use of the technology."

"Rats and mice are the canary in the mine, and we should be paying attention to what happens to them."

"There are a lot of people on the payroll and a lot of grant money flowing from biotech companies to academia."

"Even if genetic engineering was perfectly safe, I still question it because of genetic pollution. Organic crops and foods are becoming contaminated."

Regarding the gmo apple: "There’s no research or toxicity tests to show that it’s not toxic."
Arty turns 11 this summer.