I am not talking in circles. I honestly can't even really imagine what hormone or steroids she may of been on. There are many. I do know that stressfull regimented workouts, delay puberty in situations as seen with Olympic training facilities of 30-40 years ago. Using Nadia, for any justifications, is a poor choice.
But the point is, you keep bringing "proof" such in Nadia, and GMO experts Penn & Teller, to support your positions, even though others have clearly asked for more than your usual rhetoric and weak positions. You talk in circles, try make rationalizations that do not add up, and for the most part, surprises me in what you think.
Like....suggesting every food product and chemical is fully tested by the EPA, USDA, or other government agency. I guess your belief is that rubber stamped "purchased" chemical approvals as seen with clothianidin that we are all aware of, is part of that oversight.
Then your statement that Monsanto does not want to control the food industry, and passing it off as "opinion" is icing on the cake. Biotechs, hand held devices, cars, whatever the product, I don't know too many businesses who don't want to be number one or have a dominate position in the market. That don't want to dominate the market. That don't want to make as much as they can. Monsanto wants everyone to use their products...period! And they have some rather clear ways of ensuring farmers do use them. I guess in your mind multi-billion dollar international biotech companies have no marketing plan, no lobbyists, and lack political clout either. They are just good hearted folks. :roll:
Lastly, although I could go on much longer, your claim that all these patents will be open to the public, shows great problems with your positions. On this forum is another thread on this subject.http://forum.beemaster.com/index.php/topic,30918.0.html
It details Monsantos willingness to first try to delay, then probably buy another 20 years, and lastly, just changing the profile of their patents, and releasing another version, keeping the process going. You think they don't have the ability to design another GMO crop with "assassin" capabilities making the first release ineffective? Especially when they know the winds will carry the pollen onto every farm as they already demonstrated. I will not call you gullible. but I will suggest you sound a bit close to shareholder or paid spokesman for the company.