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Default Bioengeneering? TRANSGENICS? Harvests cultures on Human remains...

Posted in google groups: Bioengeneering? TRANSGENICS? Harvests
cultures on Human remains... It is a covert form of cannibally and...
a cheap way to engage in **advanced bio-technology**. For some people
it would be an obvious possibility, while for some cultures (pun
meaningful), it would be a customary and natural operation, hidden by
ritual and customs and not worth mentioning... to Occidental or urban
minds, or a secret transmitted within (schizophrenic) families. For a
rational mind, it would be the only, or main, reason, to oppose
transgenic food: that it would be the result of empiric,
uncontrollable methods amounting to real natural experimentation with
an unaware population. No wonder the mobs! Or the **paradoxic**
warning in some drinks: this uses advanced technology but no (advanced
bioengineered) transgenics**. That it may be a normal practice for
some governments, to allow and market Human remains cultured cultures,
does introduce an obstacle to international commerce and analysis as
then, as such, some commerce is just not permissible and the whole
idea of international specialization is defeated by production
practices! But then, how do we know if well known food products,
already sanctioned and of common use, protected by patents, trade
secrets, industrial practices, are not actually the product of such
technique? There is at least one such case covertly documented in a
videogame, depicting a tragedy, others may be so common that we accept
them without knowing it! Which makes me think of wines and cheese, for
example, but ALSO of the **mad cows** disease, which may be induced by
the same practice of cannibally but applied to an animal species...
with deletereous effects for that species and ours. Groups opposing
transgenics would do well to establish their assumptions and state
whether they oppose advanced technology and the application of its
possibilities per se (equivalent to luddism), which is a non rational,
mobster activity born from fear and ignorance, or have knowledge and
proof of empiric methods like the one discussed here that render those
products AT LEAST suspicious or totally risky as unintended
experimentation. Real, well theorized, laboratory based,
experimentation and the commercialization of its results is totally
desirable and unavoidable, but hidden experiments like culturing
harvests on Human remains, no matter how well sustained are by
traditional practices (like in traditional or alternative medicine),
is unacceptable for modern minds. This includes also the use of
pesticides, fertilizants, pollinization and even breeding performed
without theoretical sound principles but justified by traditionalism,
as we risk the danger of TOTALLY LOSING whole key species for Human
consumption, which is even more fearful than the danger of losing a
possibly bettered product which then would be impossible to produce or
reproduce again because it is the result of a informal technique.

Danilo J Bonsignore

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