- Oct 17, 2015
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My claims are right. Yours have turned out wrong.Why would you be concerned about that?Why would you be concerned about that? Regardless, you'll continue to eat GMO foods and Roundup. I think of it is like you and the other atheists eating their religious food. Atheism is a religion.I'm trying to find out what you are concerned aboutI'm trying to find out what you are concerned about, Mr. Hypocrite?You keep talking about penises. Are you touching yourself again?Are u worried your penis will fall off (symbolism for becoming sterile) ?You never explained your sterile seed theory.I just told Fort Fun Indiana above about the libs being more interested in what I had for breakfast yesterday than living their own life and living their code or core values.Did you get a brain parasite from one of your cootie filled eggs?
Cooties are better than eating Roundup and getting cancer.
Or the poor chickens suffering from ammonia.
Now I'm worried.
Why don't we stick to your claims about food and leave the porn out?
You never explained your sterile seed theory. How would they harm nearby farms?
Just look at EU and what they are fighting and doing as well as Mexico. The FDA in the US has been bought out.
ETA: Your bug, Fort Fun Indiana , has it figured out as a bet by Bayer/Monsanto.
I'm concerned about your SUPER interesting theory about sterile seeds.
Why are you running away from it?
And the chickens suffering from ammonia. Very sad.
I eat non-GMO food as it is what God commanded in the Bible. It IS SUPER INTERESTING that he said, "Then God said, 'I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food." Genesis 1:29 I'm okay with you considering non-GMO food as religious food for me and the believers.
If the farmers can show damage to their farmland, lymphoma/other cancers and sterility upon themselves and their families, then I think they'll sue. The lawyers are getting big bucks for their clients.
GMO seeds aren't SUPER interesting to me. I'm not a farmer. You said there are both sterile and non-sterile seeds, but never explained the difference. Notice that GMO has seed bearing plants and fruits per your claim, but they cannot be reused and that they need Roundup to kill the weeds that come up against the GMO plants and trees. It's a fine line, but why take chances of eating Roundup?
I can't believe this thread has continued to go on like it has .
Because your ignorant claims are hilarious!
I eat non-GMO food as it is what God commanded in the Bible.
Where did the Bible, or God, mention GMO food?
You said there are both sterile and non-sterile seeds
You mentioned sterile seeds. In post #695. In post #706, you said farmers will be upset
if sterile seeds blew onto their land. You never explained why. So.....why?
but never explained the difference.
You mentioned sterile seeds, you don't know?
Notice that GMO has seed bearing plants and fruits per your claim, but they cannot be reused
Because that would violate the contract the farmer has with the seed company.
and that they need Roundup to kill the weeds that come up against the GMO plants and trees.
Weeds aren't specific to GMO crops.
I quoted it in the above post. But you couldn't explain about the difference between sterile and non-sterile seeds. That's at least twice you didn't explain, so you don't know.
You don't get it. If they cannot be reused, then it may not follow what God provided for us to eat. It doesn't specifically mean God didn't provide it as food for us, but it becomes a gray area. Again, why would one want to eat cancer causing Roundup in the food? Why do the GMO farmers have to spray more and more Roundup to fight the weeds? If you are putting your health on the line, then I rather play it safe with non-GMO foods.
I'm not the ignorant one. You're suppose to know about the seeds with the farmers and could not tell me what type of seeds.
Lol, I know it violates the contract. So what did Monsanto scientists develop to make sure their GMO seeds can only be used once?
You're just avoiding the Roundup issue, instead of explaining or rebutting it. Also, you're not comparing it to less strong weed spray that non-GMO farmers use.
Anyway, none of us are going to get anything interesting from you so good bye. At least, Fort Fun Indiana brought up interesting points and was able to explain.