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  • honndo100
    honndo100 16 hours ago

    WOW! Talk about a bunch of idiotic bullshit. CO2 is not harmful, If it were the worlds plant life wouldn't be using it as their OXIGEN to create our worlds OXIGEN. GMOs kill the nutrients in the soil. GMOs food do not grow faster than natural foods and they don't need bug spray because even the BUGS won't eat this shit. The GMO Monsanto structure is a monopoly on the world food supply. This is a Military practice that has been used for centuries to control the masses. In todays advanced stage in developed countries where you can't starve because of the availability of different foods, Our health problems and illnesses are 5 times hire than they were just 30 years ago. Genetically Modified foods disrupt our natural genetics and cause harm and illness over time.

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    Чудово.

  • Sobuj Mridha
    Sobuj Mridha 23 days ago

    U just said half of it u didn't sad what will happend when farmer plant hurbested seeds from their fealds?

  • rodrigo costa
    rodrigo costa Month ago

    why GMO Answers don´t give any answer here.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Month ago

    It's even better than that - cotton is now close to being a huge food source for humans! "The U.S. Department of Agriculture approved a new kind of cotton - one that's been genetically engineered so that the seeds are safe to eat. The invention promises to open new markets for cottonseed, and it could give cotton farming a big boost. Because cotton plants are prodigious seed producers: Every pound of cotton fiber, or lint, comes with 1.6 pounds of seed. "You're getting more cottonseed than you are lint," says Greg Holt, who leads research on cotton production and processing at a USDA research station in Lubbock, Texas. Each seed is the size of a small peanut. In principle, it could be highly nutritious. It contains lots of oil and protein. The problem is that the seeds, like the cotton plant's leaves, contain little dark glands full of something called gossypol. "Gossypol in and of itself is a toxin," explains Holt. It's helpful for the cotton plant, because it helps fend off insect pests. But it makes the seed unhealthy for people to eat. It's toxic to most animals, too. So there are limited options for the 40 million tons of cottonseed that stream out of cotton gins around the world each year. "Seed can go in one of two directions," Holt says. "You're either going to the dairy industry, or you're going to the oil mill." But Keerti Rathore wanted to expand those options. So 23 years ago, when he arrived at Texas A&M University, he set out to make a cotton plant with seeds that people can eat. "This was my first project, and hopefully it's coming to an end, and a good conclusion," he says. Rathore inserted a new piece of DNA into the cotton plant. In the plant's seeds, it turned off a key gene, the one responsible for producing gossypol. The gene stayed active in the rest of the plant. And it worked. There's still gossypol in leaves of this genetically engineered plant, to protect against insects. But the seeds are almost completely gossypol-free. They're safe to eat. Cut them open, and they even look different. They don't have those little dark glands. Researchers at Texas A&M tested the plants in greenhouses and small field plots. They also roasted a few and ate them. Rathore says they taste like chickpeas. This week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture gave this new cotton a green light. Anybody in the U.S. can grow them. Before the seeds can be sold as food or feed, they'll need approval from the Food and Drug Administration. If that happens, all kind of doors will open. Cottonseed could be used to feed chickens, or fish. The meal could go into protein bars. Rathore's real goal, though, is to see it growing in places like India, where he grew up; places where a lot of people aren't eating well. "A lot of these countries that do suffer from malnutrition are also cotton producers," he says. "So I think that those countries may benefit much more from this technology." China and India are the world's two top cotton-growing countries. www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2018/10/17/658221327/not-just-for-cows-anymore-new-cottonseed-is-safe-for-people-to-eat

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Month ago

    Excellent! Keep it up. Don't hesitate to post a version of this 4 times a week, 200 times a year. Dozens of liars, morons and click bait frauds post anti-biotech trash every day. Hundreds more re-post these lies, thinking they are doing something positive while actually spitting in the faces of our honest hard working farmers and crop scientists. We have a propaganda emergency and need to answer the call.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Month ago

    Thank you! Keep it up. Don't hesitate to post a version of this 4 times a week. Dozens of liars, morons and click bait frauds post anti-biotech trash every day. Hundreds more re-post these lies, thinking they are doing something positive while actually spitting in the faces of our honest hard working farmers and crop scientists. We have a propaganda emergency and need to answer the call.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Month ago

    Excellent! Keep it up. Don't hesitate to post a version of this 4 times a week, dozens of liars, morons and click bait frauds post anti-biotech trash every day. Hundreds more re-post these lies, thinking they are doing something positive while actually spitting in the faces of our honest hard working farmers and crop scientists. We have a propaganda emergency and need to answer the call.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Month ago

    Excellent! Keep it up. Don't hesitate to post a version of this 4 times a week, dozens of liars, morons and click bait frauds post anti-biotech trash every day. Hundreds more re-post these lies, thinking they are doing something positive while actually spitting in the faces of our honest hard working farmers and crop scientists. We have a propaganda emergency and need to answer the call.

  • SunRay
    SunRay 3 months ago

    But how do we know it can be consumable by another species and not harm them or their offspring

    • GMO Answers
      GMO Answers 3 months ago

      @SunRay Certainly understand that. I think there's always an element of the unknown - who knows what caramel frappucinos will do to us in three generations? All we can go on is the best available data and conclusions we can make on said data. As for the rats given GMOs that stopped reproducing, I'm not familiar with that study but the most famous study with rats and GMOs was retracted because of the bad science, bad study design, and bad conclusions. No other study was able to replicate the results of this one scientist, either.

    • SunRay
      SunRay 3 months ago

      @GMO Answers Although this makes sense and I'm happy that the factions you're familiar with practice making sure their gmos are safe, my worry is knowing you cannot speak for all the corporations. Most of us only know what we've been taught, and not what we've seen with our eyes. How do we know what the effects might be if they haven't yet presented themselves? I've heard some accounts of the offspring rats that were given gmos stopped reproducing.

    • GMO Answers
      GMO Answers 3 months ago

      We definitely understand that concern. Many years of research are spent conducting, including food trials in other species to ensure that GMOs do not harm them or their offspring. Only if the product passes these trials do they even get submitted for approval.

    • GMO Answers
      GMO Answers 3 months ago

      There have been thousands of studies looking at this. It takes an average of 13 years and 130 million dollars to bring a GMO to market. These are highly regulated and undergo strict testing and review before getting approved. This is not a matter of "oh, we just made this, let's sell this to people"

  • a z
    a z 3 months ago

    they dont say cons lol...

  • Keith Edmisten
    Keith Edmisten 3 months ago

    Wasn't BXN cotton commercial before 1996?

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon 3 months ago

    Thank you for being factual with no woo or anti-science memes like most RU-clip videos on this topic! You set a gold standard.

  • qyahb
    qyahb 4 months ago

    Unless you evil propagandists think we the commoners are that stupid

  • D KB
    D KB 4 months ago

    They make GMOs to gain more profit with less effort by destroy ecosystems. Making plants resistant to pesticides but what happens if the pest becomes immune to those pesticides??? More harder chemicals goes into the ground and later too the ocean.

    • David Adcock
      David Adcock 3 months ago

      @D KB GMO technology is about farmers like me using much much less pesticides and much much safer pesticides with the pesticides even safer than many of the pesticides that Organic growers use. The CBS Evening News had a piece 8-30-2017 on how gmo technology was being use to cure some cancers. They showed exactly how is being done and they are also working on other cancers trying to cure them. Man has been breeding plants in all different ways for thousands of years to help benefit mankind. 500 years ago a carrot was pure white. GMO technology is use in many things to better the world. Almost all Insulin used today by diabetics is GMO insulin. GMO rennet has been used for decades to make cheese. The cheese making enzyme breaks down proteins and separates them from whey. Golden Rice to benefit vitamin A-deficient children. & BT CORN AND COTTON. GMO proteins include blood- clotting factors to help Hemophiliacs, the hepatitis B vaccine, thyroid hormones, laundry detergent enzymes, and many synthetically produced amino acids used in nutritional supplements. There are many many many more benefits of GMO technologies. We all should give thanks to GOD for giving us the wisdom of GMO and stand up to those that tell lies about GOD's blessings trying to play GOD themselves trying to take away his blessings. www.cbs.com/shows/cbs_evening_news/video/unavz0ldRHLRSnhW_KZvIifswdeSBS9C/fda-approves-brand-new-way-to-treat-leukemia/

    • D KB
      D KB 4 months ago

      @GMO Answers why ??? GMOs is trash it only explains half of the story...your probably the same idiots that made the prsv virus. To promote your brand of papaya.

    • GMO Answers
      GMO Answers 4 months ago

      Go ahead and watch the video. We'll wait.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon 4 months ago

    Good job! A new one every week please. We can drown out and overwhelm the conspiratards.

  • Bck2bck -
    Bck2bck - 4 months ago

    AAHH THE MARKER SQUEAKS MAKE IT STOOP

  • Mince Verlot
    Mince Verlot 4 months ago

    FUCK YOU

  • Trolling soul
    Trolling soul 4 months ago

    Ppl are so scared form things that they dont know. But every thing what was made 1 time was refused and after some time it became a greatest invention of centuries.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon 4 months ago

    GMO Answers has the right stuff for the right reasons. More please. Malicious assholes post new anti-science activist videos every day here. We have to fight the propaganda spread by organic thugs and Russian trolls. This is war.

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    Good. Чудово!

  • MYSTIC ALC 0018 mail
    MYSTIC ALC 0018 mail 4 months ago

    INSANITY

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 4 months ago

      Yes, Mystic believes the anti-science INSANITY maliciously spread by the organic foods cartel for the last 32 years. They can't sell their crappy produce riddled with pesticides by any other method besides fear mongering. www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Markets/The-organic-food-industry-has-been-engaged-in-a-multi-decade-public-disinformation-campaign-claims-report?OnSite& Their propaganda has been so successful Putin's Russian troll army copied their tactics: geneticliteracyproject.org/2018/08/01/prominent-anti-gmo-and-organic-businesses-partnered-with-russia-to-smear-american-agriculture/

  • pikachu__09
    pikachu__09 4 months ago

    I ate gmo tomato and almost trown up, I was like wtf is this Like i eat something with water in it without taste, same shit like strawberries Big but tasteless I wonder how people dont have problem eating shit

  • Tobias Fritze
    Tobias Fritze 5 months ago

    so factual!

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon 5 months ago

    Good job! We need more of this and less images of tomatoes being injected with hypodermic needles! Do an expose' on that RU-clip quack Jeffery Smith.

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    Чудово.

  • armstronglance
    armstronglance 5 months ago

    I like that fewer pesticides are needed to grow GMO’d corn. But I want to see studies about how well the body can digest and breakdown the nutrients in this GMO, compared to natural corn. My late mother worked in a Ca Univ agri lab who’s sole goal was creating varieties of GMO fruit & veggies. My cancer Dr has directed me to stay away from processed foods & GMO’s due to many lab studies. Unfortunately I don’t have access to those studies,

  • Harshita Sharma
    Harshita Sharma 5 months ago

    So love this video n the website 🙌

  • Pepe
    Pepe 5 months ago

    What does she mean with ''essentially the same''? Essentially the same in macro nutrients like fats, carbs and proteins? Or also with micronutrients like vitamins and minerals?

  • Gamer Ant
    Gamer Ant 6 months ago

    Didn’t teach me anything🖕🖕🖕🖕🖕

    • Duke Steele
      Duke Steele 3 months ago

      Remove a layer of rock and watch again.

  • Jonas Brix Danielsen
    Jonas Brix Danielsen 6 months ago

    where are your sources?

  • Anas Aboulfejr
    Anas Aboulfejr 6 months ago

    why call the video pros and cons if you arent gonnacall any cons out its really moronic

  • Zeinab Abbas
    Zeinab Abbas 6 months ago

    Save the plant from the virus ,but ruined it from being food for human ,so now neither one can use them ,not virus not human becouse if so it wiil kill them right a way or in a long run ! this is when human try to be too smart for nature !

  • O'Juan Jones
    O'Juan Jones 7 months ago

    balogney

  • Hannes Anttila Ryderup

    These guys are literally funded by monsanto. Don't trust them. gmoanswers.com/who-we-are

  • Robin Joseph
    Robin Joseph 7 months ago

    LOL

  • kevinseveneleven
    kevinseveneleven 7 months ago

    Lies

  • Lorena Marie
    Lorena Marie 7 months ago

    When the virus was inserted to the papaya cell the papaya will not be infected again?

    • Lorena Marie
      Lorena Marie 7 months ago

      Popeye Gordon I explained this to my classmates then my teacher gave me a perfect score thanks😘😊

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 7 months ago

      Yes. This saved the entire Hawaiian papaya business.

  • Lorena Marie
    Lorena Marie 7 months ago

    Did he say that the virus was inserted to the papaya cell? Then rainbow papaya was made? Did i get it? huhuhuh

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 7 months ago

      Yes but that is simplified for the poorly educated. The DNA strand had the virus genetic sequence added. It is not much compared to the original 3 billion code sequences in the papaya. 3 billion sets of the four letters A,G,T and C combined in unique ways for each living thing.

  • jarmo tverin
    jarmo tverin 7 months ago

    Not about this subject, but I wouid like to know if it's possible for home growers to buy GMO seeds from anywhere? I would like to try them for fun, but couldn't find any seller that serves others than commercial farmers?

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 22 days ago

      If they have current patents you may need to sign an agreement contract. But many GMOs are coming off patent now. Keep looking.

  • Marcos Rodriguez
    Marcos Rodriguez 7 months ago

    FDA in shampoo are try to change our DNA ? 🤔

    • Fishby
      Fishby 25 days ago

      dish soap works too its just to break the cell walls and to expose the dna and protiens

  • David Leon
    David Leon 7 months ago

    I still don't know the cons

  • Valerie Compton
    Valerie Compton 7 months ago

    All I heard was a small gene containing the virus is taken from the infected fruit and used to create the new one, thus making the new fruit resistant to the virus (sounds like that immunization lie they tell us)...even if that was safe, how safe is this virus once it enters into my body? Does the virus become obsolete once its gene is inserted into the DNA for the new fruit?

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 7 months ago

      If your skin was identical to the skin on papayas you might have a legitimate concern. Only papayas have that skin. We don't even eat the skin of papayas but if we did it would be digested like any other fruit skin, which is to say not very well. Only grazing animals that can digest grass can digest the papaya skins.

  • LUMBA
    LUMBA 8 months ago

    Monsanto loves you! They care 100% percent about your health! GMOs are great and they taste better than non-gm! Roundup is safe! Monsanto and other biotech companies run all test and there are safe by the FDA. Monsanto has done massive goods

  • SHREYAS KONDA
    SHREYAS KONDA 8 months ago

    Oooo daaadddy

  • Bigdog 3
    Bigdog 3 8 months ago

    Nice, you saw me.

  • FrostByte Official
    FrostByte Official 8 months ago

    What if the papaya is a antivaxxer????

  • ghost sniper
    ghost sniper 8 months ago

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    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 7 months ago

      Stupid short attention spam morons find almost everything boring. You are living proof.

    • Duke Steele
      Duke Steele 8 months ago

      Naw, that was exciting and important.

  • davidrank
    davidrank 8 months ago

    Too bad papaya tastes like shit ;)

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 7 months ago

      No, just too bad you are an asshole troll.

  • robert greblheo
    robert greblheo 8 months ago

    These are all lies

    • Vyonn
      Vyonn 6 months ago

      Can you prove that?

  • Jack Russell Studios
    Jack Russell Studios 8 months ago

    Any non-GMO food is still genetically modified because of centuries of selective breeding by as human e.g. bananas used to be sour and unedible, stop the lies mainstram media

    • Anonymous
      Anonymous 2 months ago

      Selective breeding is not the same as GMOs

    • Ryan
      Ryan 5 months ago

      I approve of GMOs, but please understand that selective breeding is not the same a genetic engineering.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon 9 months ago

    The new GMO Disclosure law forbids describing any refined sugars or oils as GE even if they came from GMO sources. All DNA is removed, no difference at all. I wonder if there are details in the new law about alcohol claims.

  • TheaDragonSpirit
    TheaDragonSpirit 9 months ago

    You said zero cons. You made incorrect statements. Pesticides went up as a result of GMOs, and if they reduced pesticides they reduced their own pesticide use, meaning that they use more pesticides then most organic farmers.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 9 months ago

      The HUGE list of pesticides and chemicals permitted for organic foods under the USDA Organic Standard is so long it can't be pasted here intact. Note inclusion of highly toxic copper sulfate, 1000+ times more toxic than glyphosate: www.ecfr.gov/cgi-bin/text-idx?c=ecfr&SID=9874504b6f1025eb0e6b67cadf9d3b40&rgn=div6&view=text&node=7:3.1.1.9.32.7&idno=7 THE FULL LIST FILLS YOUR SCREEN SIX TIMES AS YOU SCROLL DOWN THROUGH IT!! I condensed the first section of the list by removing spaces between line items but there is another huge list for substances used on farm animals and lists for other uses as well. §205.601 Synthetic substances allowed for use in organic crop production. (a) As algicide, disinfectants, and sanitizer, including irrigation system cleaning systems. (1) Alcohols. (i) Ethanol. (ii) Isopropanol. (2) Chlorine materials-For pre-harvest use, residual chlorine levels in the water in direct crop contact or as water from cleaning irrigation systems applied to soil must not exceed the maximum residual disinfectant limit under the Safe Drinking Water Act, except that chlorine products may be used in edible sprout production according to EPA label directions. (i) Calcium hypochlorite. (ii) Chlorine dioxide. (iii) Sodium hypochlorite. (3) Copper sulfate-for use as an algicide in aquatic rice systems, is limited to one application per field during any 24-month period. Application rates are limited to those which do not increase baseline soil test values for copper over a timeframe agreed upon by the producer and accredited certifying agent. (4) Hydrogen peroxide. (5) Ozone gas-for use as an irrigation system cleaner only. (6) Peracetic acid-for use in disinfecting equipment, seed, and asexually propagated planting material. Also permitted in hydrogen peroxide formulations as allowed in §205.601(a) at concentration of no more than 6% as indicated on the pesticide product label. (7) Soap-based algicide/demossers. (8) Sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate (CAS #-15630-89-4)-Federal law restricts the use of this substance in food crop production to approved food uses identified on the product label. (b) As herbicides, weed barriers, as applicable. (1) Herbicides, soap-based-for use in farmstead maintenance (roadways, ditches, right of ways, building perimeters) and ornamental crops. (2) Mulches. (i) Newspaper or other recycled paper, without glossy or colored inks. (ii) Plastic mulch and covers (petroleum-based other than polyvinyl chloride (PVC)). (iii) Biodegradable biobased mulch film as defined in §205.2. Must be produced without organisms or feedstock derived from excluded methods. (c) As compost feedstocks-Newspapers or other recycled paper, without glossy or colored inks. (d) As animal repellents-Soaps, ammonium-for use as a large animal repellant only, no contact with soil or edible portion of crop. (e) As insecticides (including acaricides or mite control). (1) Ammonium carbonate-for use as bait in insect traps only, no direct contact with crop or soil. (2) Aqueous potassium silicate (CAS #-1312-76-1)-the silica, used in the manufacture of potassium silicate, must be sourced from naturally occurring sand. (3) Boric acid-structural pest control, no direct contact with organic food or crops. (4) Copper sulfate-for use as tadpole shrimp control in aquatic rice production, is limited to one application per field during any 24-month period. Application rates are limited to levels which do not increase baseline soil test values for copper over a timeframe agreed upon by the producer and accredited certifying agent. (5) Elemental sulfur. (6) Lime sulfur-including calcium polysulfide. (7) Oils, horticultural-narrow range oils as dormant, suffocating, and summer oils. (8) Soaps, insecticidal. (9) Sticky traps/barriers. (10) Sucrose octanoate esters (CAS #s-42922-74-7; 58064-47-4)-in accordance with approved labeling. (f) As insect management. Pheromones. (g) As rodenticides. Vitamin D3. (h) As slug or snail bait. Ferric phosphate (CAS # 10045-86-0). (i) As plant disease control. (1) Aqueous potassium silicate (CAS #-1312-76-1)-the silica, used in the manufacture of potassium silicate, must be sourced from naturally occurring sand. (2) Coppers, fixed-copper hydroxide, copper oxide, copper oxychloride, includes products exempted from EPA tolerance, Provided, That, copper-based materials must be used in a manner that minimizes accumulation in the soil and shall not be used as herbicides. (3) Copper sulfate-Substance must be used in a manner that minimizes accumulation of copper in the soil. (4) Hydrated lime. (5) Hydrogen peroxide. (6) Lime sulfur. (7) Oils, horticultural, narrow range oils as dormant, suffocating, and summer oils. (8) Peracetic acid-for use to control fire blight bacteria. Also permitted in hydrogen peroxide formulations as allowed in §205.601(i) at concentration of no more than 6% as indicated on the pesticide product label. (9) Potassium bicarbonate. (10) Elemental sulfur. (j) As plant or soil amendments. (1) Aquatic plant extracts (other than hydrolyzed)-Extraction process is limited to the use of potassium hydroxide or sodium hydroxide; solvent amount used is limited to that amount necessary for extraction. (2) Elemental sulfur. (3) Humic acids-naturally occurring deposits, water and alkali extracts only. (4) Lignin sulfonate-chelating agent, dust suppressant. (5) Magnesium sulfate-allowed with a documented soil deficiency. (6) Micronutrients-not to be used as a defoliant, herbicide, or desiccant. Those made from nitrates or chlorides are not allowed. Soil deficiency must be documented by testing. (i) Soluble boron products. (ii) Sulfates, carbonates, oxides, or silicates of zinc, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum, selenium, and cobalt. (7) Liquid fish products-can be pH adjusted with sulfuric, citric or phosphoric acid. The amount of acid used shall not exceed the minimum needed to lower the pH to 3.5. (8) Vitamins, B1, C, and E. (9) Sulfurous acid (CAS # 7782-99-2) for on-farm generation of substance utilizing 99% purity elemental sulfur per paragraph (j)(2) of this section. (k) As plant growth regulators. Ethylene gas-for regulation of pineapple flowering. (l) As floating agents in postharvest handling. Sodium silicate-for tree fruit and fiber processing. (m) As synthetic inert ingredients as classified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), for use with nonsynthetic substances or synthetic substances listed in this section and used as an active pesticide ingredient in accordance with any limitations on the use of such substances. (1) EPA List 4-Inerts of Minimal Concern. (2) EPA List 3-Inerts of unknown toxicity-for use only in passive pheromone dispensers. (n) Seed preparations. Hydrogen chloride (CAS # 7647-01-0)-for delinting cotton seed for planting. (o) As production aids. Microcrystalline cheesewax (CAS #'s 64742-42-3, 8009-03-08, and 8002-74-2)-for use in log grown mushroom production. Must be made without either ethylene-propylene co-polymer or synthetic colors.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 9 months ago

      That is a malicious lie. Just look what Bt cotton did for China: allianceforscience.cornell.edu/blog/2018/09/gmo-cotton-prompts-dramatic-drop-chinas-pesticide-use/ ORGANIC FARMERS USE A HUGE VARIETY AND QUANTITY OF PESTICIDES!! One of their favorites is Bt, the exact same one GMO's use.

  • DiFuSioN TV
    DiFuSioN TV 9 months ago

    pros and "cons"

    • GD DOUBLEX
      GD DOUBLEX 6 months ago

      you have to listen in the video not look at the words

  • Rhainclaf Pinalba
    Rhainclaf Pinalba 10 months ago

    does any shampoo work

  • Yaboywimp
    Yaboywimp 10 months ago

    think about it... this video is right. People hate GMOs and are calling them "consumable poisons" that in turn cause cancer, tumors, or disease in the long run, but cmon. All our food is genetically modified in some way so there is no true way to actually disagree or hate GMOs, becasue we all consume them everyday. The advantages of GMOs outnumber the disadvantages anyday!

    • Morese56
      Morese56 3 months ago

      That is total BS! Explain why then there haven’t been any human trials on gmo? There is No proof that GMOs are good for the human body in long run! You are what you eat and what you eat ate. Prove me wrong please

  • user255
    user255 11 months ago

    LOL! Alcohol cannot be GMO or non-GMO, since it doesn't contain any genes, it's not organism. It's exactly the same alcohol, what ever was used to make it.

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    Чудово.

  • Focused FilmW
    Focused FilmW 11 months ago

    No problem at all, we’re so smart we can accurately create GMO. Of course if one studies history, humankind constantly screws up, thinking they are right at the time, with their limited understanding, and then later on they realize how fundamentally off they were... Time will show the dangers of GMO. We are not intelligent enough to do what we think we’re capable of doing.

  • JJ Ortiz
    JJ Ortiz 11 months ago

    People who are against GMO and pro-labeling seem that they want to know what they consume when they already consume GMO products unknowingly. Countlessly has it been proven and tested that it has no negative effects. Labelling products as GMO only cause fear mongering to the ignorant majority and negatively impact the economy and the advances of technology simply because you want a false sense of security and control.

  • Sean Luc Mauder
    Sean Luc Mauder Year ago

    I love GMO

  • Tajj BELLO
    Tajj BELLO Year ago

    The misleading is strong in this one ORGANISMS DONT NEED TO BE ALTERED TO FIX THE PROBLEM. THE PROBLEM IS MASS PRODUCTION AND GMO YOUR SOLUTION. Realize peaople.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 7 months ago

      Tajj is just genetically illiterate. His school failed him and his parents and their city and the United States. Now we have another loser on the streets.

    • Duke Steele
      Duke Steele 8 months ago

      No, the problem was an insect that spread the disease no matter how many papaya trees were grown.

  • Captain Maxwell
    Captain Maxwell Year ago

    Has any of you tried this rainbow papaya?? I have. I have lived in Hawaii for 30 years now, and used to work at Ono farms on Maui. They grow several different fruits, including papaya. All organic. Although, no rainbow papaya (at least when I worked there) Probably because they taste horrible. Actually, the Rainbow variety taste is very bland...but with a hint of diarrhea, and vomit mixed type of aroma. Compared to a nice juicy, sweet non GMO papaya like a Solo, or Strawberry papaya....well, there's just no comparison. The Rainbow's are horrible, and I often wonder who actually buys them??? Probably tourists is my guess, which is a disgrace to the state of Hawaii. Rainbow papayas are total rubbish!

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 7 months ago

      It sells like hot cakes. Maybe more suited to juices, and all tastes are personal opinions. If the flavor was actually bad the breed would not be selling so that fact makes you a liar. Organic thugs are the worst trolls on the web.

    • Duke Steele
      Duke Steele 8 months ago

      @David Adcock --Right on David.

    • David Adcock
      David Adcock 11 months ago

      They must taste pretty good for they sell all they produce Captain.

  • Christopher Cardono

    All nothing but,Lies!!!!

  • RosyOutlook2
    RosyOutlook2 Year ago

    One of the food problems is weather and climate modification, another is genetically modified food.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon 22 days ago

      No. GMOs are the answer. Propaganda from organic foods activist groups cranked out every year with a 3 billion dollar budget is the real problem. Organic sales support over 330 different activist groups. And we wonder why their food is so expensive!

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Year ago

    "Growing genetically modified insect-resistant corn in the United States has dramatically reduced insecticide use and created a “halo effect” that also benefits farmers raising non-GM and organic crops, new research shows. This finding, published by University of Maryland researchers in the prestigious peer-reviewed journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, effectively shreds the conventional anti-GMO narrative that GM crops result in more pesticide use and present a threat to organic growers. In fact, the reverse seems to be the case. The researchers examined the populations of two insect pests - the European corn borer and corn earworm -that attack vegetables such as green beans and peppers as well as field corn, before and after the widespread adoption of genetically modified Bt corn in 1996." allianceforscience.cornell.edu/blog/2018/03/gmo-crops-create-halo-effect-benefits-organic-farmers-says-new-research/ In a pre-emptive shutting down of conspiratards who will try to cry 'shill!' this is the funding statement for the Alliance for science: allianceforscience.cornell.edu/about/funders/ So shove that shill bullshit up your ass.

  • Bubbas Bullets
    Bubbas Bullets Year ago

    Hahahahaahahahahahahahahaha how much were you paid to make this crap

    • OHGAS
      OHGAS 5 months ago

      I don't know bubbas, how much were you paid to post shit on a video that shows the facts that you are denying for no reason on the internet?

    • Nicholas Dau
      Nicholas Dau 5 months ago

      Hey, I know I'm 9 months late to this comment but there isn't anything wrong with GMOs. I'm sure I made my point just by saying there isn't anything wrong.

  • Clayton Ziegler
    Clayton Ziegler Year ago

    YEA OBVIOUSLY ITS CHEAPER AND THAT IS THE REASON WHY FARMERS CHOOSE IT, PERIOD, END OF STORY. But it is killing us and the earth slowly. Its a shortcut. Problem is there are no shortcuts in life. We are paying for it with our own lives, and the lives of planet earth. One farmer got greedy and started to use GMOs and everyone had to follow to compete. LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME

  • Givemeafinname
    Givemeafinname Year ago

    Get to the fucking point! is this advertising or education?

    • Duke Steele
      Duke Steele 8 months ago

      It is not a point, it is a process and has to be explained step by step.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Year ago

    wertyfor just posted a completely fabricated lie, not a single word of fact or truth in his absurd attempt! Only a few of the 3 billion code sets in each DNA helix are changed to achieve the desired results. We now do it precisely with CRISPR technology but even before when we used more crude methods, the vast majority of replanted genetic sequence was identical to what it displaced just to get a couple desired switches turned on or off. 50% of human DNA is identical to that of a banana. There is no such thing as an "inserted DNA organism" therefore something that does not exist could not possibly present harm in any way. No human or animal has ever been harmed by GMO foods and this loser can't prove otherwise. 11,000 GMO safety studies from a rainbow of different sources and institutions all agree it is benign at worst and a great benefit at best. Citations on request.

  • wertyfor
    wertyfor Year ago

    There's so much false information in this. First off GMO plants are chimeras. That means your eating both DNA's; with the inserted DNA becoming in a sense a type of parasitic virus that grows with the plant and is often times carried threw the hosts generations. They just don't want us to know that cause many of these inserted ''DNA-organisms" are very harmful to humans if eaten and especially in large amounts as you would find in a GMO.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      werty just posted a completely fabricated lie, not a single word of fact or truth in his absurd attempt! Only a few of the 3 billion code sets in each DNA helix are changed to achieve the desired results. We now do it precisely with CRISPR technology but even before when we used more crude methods, the vast majority of replanted genetic sequence was identical to what it displaced just to get a couple desired switches turned on or off. 50% of human DNA is identical to that of a banana. There is no such thing as an "inserted DNA organism" therefore something that does not exist could not possibly present harm in any way. No human or animal has ever been harmed by GMO foods and this loser can't prove otherwise.

  • Illidan Stormrage

    You know nature never do this , cut it out … .

    • Illidan Stormrage
      Illidan Stormrage Year ago

      Thomas Baldwin i never leave, was all the time waiting, yet and once more "you let your mind" play you

    • Thomas Baldwin
      Thomas Baldwin Year ago

      Come back when you are in a coherent mind set.

    • Illidan Stormrage
      Illidan Stormrage Year ago

      Thomas Baldwin I ask a simple biology quest to a simple animal , the question have nothing to do with the all post only to your pride, You can't answered don't comment

    • Thomas Baldwin
      Thomas Baldwin Year ago

      Illidan Stormrage Please rephrase your question.

    • Illidan Stormrage
      Illidan Stormrage Year ago

      Thomas Baldwin kid , could you answer to "the public" where is the source of every protein in "our" world which is one and only

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Year ago

    I'm so sorry those assholes lied about donated education funds in a way that fed malicious conspiracy theories about Kevin's impartiality.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Year ago

    Thanks Kevin for the informative video free of misleading click bait thumbnails, sensationalist title or anti-science garbage. Your standards should be a model for other videos to live up to.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Year ago

    So nice to hear from a DuPont scientist! For once we can avoid the anti-science zombies ranting about their favorite whipping boy - "Monsanto Monsanto Monsanto!!!"

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Year ago

    This didn't get enough views. An excellent source for education about GMOs is GeneticLiteracyProject.org

  • Bryan Leovy
    Bryan Leovy Year ago

    Propaganda Video.

    • Sapula McHandyman
      Sapula McHandyman Year ago

      Bryan Leovy ooh the irony 🤣

    • The Green Grasshopper YT
      The Green Grasshopper YT Year ago

      Use some science and stop refusing to accept facts.

    • phoenix guy
      phoenix guy Year ago

      do you know what a propganda it a thing thats one sided this vid does research presents problem or fear about gmos and debunks and gives the truth.

  • Ameera P.
    Ameera P. Year ago

    It is very helpful because my bio exam mentions GMOs and I didn't have a clue what they truly were. I know it has to do with two genes from organisms being combined.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      Ameera - ignore the liar troll 'wertyfor' who posts completely unproven activist lies. It is a shame your school failed you, you should be versed in the basics of genetics before you are granted a high school diploma. This is the best source for basic genetics education : GeneticLiteracyProject.org

    • wertyfor
      wertyfor Year ago

      Yup so in summary a GMO is a chimera, with the inserted DNA becoming in a sense a type of parasitic virus that grows with the organism.

  • Popeye Gordon
    Popeye Gordon Year ago

    What a shame our idiocracy is so dumbed down, with such a short attention span, that we need cartoons to teach them with.

  • Jonty Roy
    Jonty Roy Year ago

    Thank you. The explanation was lucid and very helpful.

  • Benjamin Castanon

    yes

  • Keita Marislo
    Keita Marislo Year ago

    Why people are so mad about GMO? Its all for betterment and natural (if it wouldnt be, plant would die), we are just helping the nature by fastening the process of evolution, by giving some traits which they would get in millions of years on their own.

    • Mrbikesallot
      Mrbikesallot 11 months ago

      Keita Marislo not all of it. Round up corn, Monsanto made a gene they implented into the crop that made the corn resistant to the round up chemicals. So now a chemical that kills all of the weeds, and insects... good or bad, can be sprayed on our food in order to make work easier for them. Or to raise profit

  • lancsFrogger
    lancsFrogger Year ago

    "its where you're able to take a single gene - or small set of genes - & transfer them into a new genetic background"...... he wisely doesn't dwell on how its done "in a laboratory we're able to move one trait with precision"... once again, intentionally vague this isn't "GMO Answers". its just a lesson on how to lie to stupid people

    • Nesslig 20
      Nesslig 20 Year ago

      Yeah, it's called GMO answers, but this video answers one specific question (see title). This video that was made earlier than this one answers yours ru-clip.com/video/2G-yUuiqIZ0/video.html.

  • lancsFrogger
    lancsFrogger Year ago

    inserting genetic material from a virus into a plants.... sounds like the work of a lunatic, a servant of sauron or both

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      wertyfor posted another blatant lie. NO science study has EVER been censored. Period. The scientific community has its own impartial self policing functions. Peer review is most important but they also have RetractionWatch.org. Stop the ignorant totally unproven unsubstantiated conspiracy theories fed to our public by the organic foods cartel. You are their patsy, their sucker, their minion.

    • wertyfor
      wertyfor Year ago

      Yeah, not everyone's bought out as you say. Bureaucrats have made it hard though in America for anyone to advertise, pitch or show studies against a said name-brand, product, patent or business; in other words a''gmo'' for that matter. And it is quite known that those same ''gmo giants'' dish out millions on lawyers and attorneys to go after people that opposes their studies. Just saying.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      wertyfor displays complete genetic illiteracy with these fantastical made up ideas about genetics. Obviously he had no grade school biology or genetic classes and is genetically illiterate. The only thing in a DNA strand is 6 billion sets of the four letter codes AGTC. An "organism immune response" is not part of a DNA strand, period. DNA only provides the code, like software, for any immune responses in the organism's body. Science only changes a few of those 3 billion code switches for the desired outcome. THEN wertyfor rants on to post an idiotic conspiracy theory about funding corruption, something never proven. All 11,000 GMO safety studies agree despite the fact that they are from a huge array of different public, private, governmental and international science research sources. No way in hell could every single one of them could be "bought off" so the fact that they all agree means they are all legitimate and not influenced. If there was any corruption at all that would show up in conflicting study findings. Guess where the only conflict is found - in that QUACK FRAUD Seralini's bogus rat studies!

    • wertyfor
      wertyfor Year ago

      Anything they choose to "insert" into an organism it itself becomes in a sense a type of ''parasitic virus'' in the host body. Sure in some cases it may yield more in one vitamin but it may also deplete the organism from a hole list of other vitamins/minerals. This is part of the organisms immune response. Got to be careful with much of the information/research put out there; as a lot of it is funded by the same gmo manufactures.

    • lancsFrogger
      lancsFrogger Year ago

      +gordon ok. wtvr dude

  • Travis Johnson
    Travis Johnson Year ago

    This is completely correct! Good job! TECH THE FUCKING AND SCITY SLICKERS

  • Barb Reynolds
    Barb Reynolds Year ago

    try to get out of gm and see how cheap it is, monsatan owns you

  • Barb Reynolds
    Barb Reynolds Year ago

    which government branch is paying her off? $$$

  • Sunny Delight
    Sunny Delight Year ago

    Devils

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      Yes, genetically illiterate people like you act as devils, spreading lies and bad karma.

  • Roberto Reyes
    Roberto Reyes Year ago

    I want papaya now

  • RIO RUSTY RSTUDS

    Monsanto propaganda video. Sell it to somebody else.

    • The Green Grasshopper YT
      The Green Grasshopper YT Year ago

      Go use some science please.

    • phoenix guy
      phoenix guy Year ago

      rio you just try to use commen sense but find any truth with that its a very simple yet your so not smart that you use commen sense also popeye did a enormus blowing your brain in piece job even iam suprised popeye is a freaking genius on gmos

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      I have 10,000 verifiable GMO science studies that are peer reviewed, YOU offer two RU-clip quackery videos as citations! 6,800 studies on a single page that all find no issues whatsoever with GMO safety: www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleListURL&_method=list&_ArticleListID=-1216388386&_st=13&filterType=&searchtype=a&originPage=rslt_list&_origin=&_mlktType=&md5=ecd6efff755b29e00ade55da49342c7f

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      You fool, you linked a RU-clip activist video that features the quack fraud retracted study of the Seralini faker. He is internationally condemned as a criminal fraud. They even named a failed debate tactic after him: skeptico.blogs.com/skeptico/2013/06/the-seralini-rule-gmo-bogus-study.html

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      Rio can not provide a single citation from verifiable non-activist sources that "GMO destroys people's health". Know why? None exists. I win another round in the name of scientists and our hard working farmers. He was called out and failed to meet the simple challenge, he just changed the subject and continued to post hate.

  • SwiizeY
    SwiizeY Year ago

    boring

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      Yes, short attention span idiots find science boring. Reality is that way. Enjoy your burger flipping job.

  • Amber Leaf
    Amber Leaf Year ago

    I don't support genetic manipulation and corruption of our food supply. Especially because it come with so much political oppression and environmental poisoning. Only an idiot would believe that genetically modified organisms are all of a sudden required to feed us all, when we waste so much food.

    • David Adcock
      David Adcock Year ago

      Farmers like me purchase gmo technology seed so we can use less and safer pesticides even safer than many of the toxic pesticides organic growers use. Is this OK with you?

  • Ember the hybrid 487

    A Mozley person?

  • Damir Babic
    Damir Babic Year ago

    someone kill her

  • King Riches
    King Riches Year ago

    Jesus blood is against you Gmo is the devil work

  • christinepro
    christinepro 2 years ago

    This is propaganda. As what was seen with feeding bonemeal to plant eating livestock, which caused prion disease, splicing and replacing DNA has not revealed its affects. Prions are an altered protein that causes mad cow and scrapie disease. This occurs because these animals are not designed to eat flesh. So..... if we splice DNA from another species, do we honestly know the risks? Moreover, who wants to eat a crop that is Roudup Ready, meaning that it will survive being sprayed weed killer. Honestly, isn’t there a better way?

    • christinepro
      christinepro Year ago

      David Adcock I watched the video. Here’s a video that is TED that explains organic: ru-clip.com/video/LS6TWtYWaPA/video.html I am not afraid of synthetic insulin, because it is the same chemical structure as natural animal insulin. I would have a problem with introducing foreign proteins into the diets of eukaryotes and prokaryotes.

    • David Adcock
      David Adcock Year ago

      The video will answer some of your questions. Any one that knows any thing about plants as I do knows that cross pollination can not happen between different species. If you have had a garden you would know your potatoes do not pollinate your carrots and your tomatoes do not pollinate your beans and on and on we could go. Many crops are self pollinating. I am a 67 years semi retired farmer who has been a farmer all my life born and raised on the farm with all my income always coming from the farm. If you have any questions please ask and watch the video for it will help you.

    • christinepro
      christinepro Year ago

      David Adcock I took many science courses in University, including a four year cell biology course, where I learned a great deal about DNA splicing. I would say that I have adequate knowledge. Can you prove beyond a reasonable doubt that crossing species does not have implications? I will check out your video later.

    • David Adcock
      David Adcock Year ago

      Explain your your last sentence chrstinepro. Do you know anything about gmo technology and why it is used all over the world in many different things. Watch this video it may help you. ru-clip.com/video/xvFD6DRn0Cg/video.html&sns=em

  • 79lanc
    79lanc 2 years ago

    That's because NOW the bugs are Genetically Modified too. These Bio-Bugs can't be killed!!! It's all to starve the peoples bodies and give them fake foods that will ultimately kill them by lowering their immune system and welcoming diseases. All planned and implemented for you demise. This is not rocket science.

    • Popeye Gordon
      Popeye Gordon Year ago

      Complete nonsense, Yes it is not rocket science but this is too lofty for the ignorant mind of 70lanc. GMOs are absolutely harmless in every way that can be measured.

    • David Adcock
      David Adcock Year ago

      Genetically Modified insect? Your post is garbage.

  • Jensen Raylight
    Jensen Raylight 2 years ago

    so human is GMO too right? we get vaccine to immune from specific virus it same like the virus injected to papaya to create an immune to the virus