Opinions on genetic engineering that aren’t worth a bean

| | May 10, 2012

Just in time for Earth Day in April, a Stanford Magazine article about the farming of soybeans offered a rich harvest of factual inaccuracies and misinformation.  The piece, by Judee Burr, a Stanford University senior majoring in “earth systems” (whatever that is) and philosophy, reflects more philosophy — of a certain biased sort — than science.

View the original article here: Opinions On Genetic Engineering That Aren’t Worth A Bean – Forbes

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