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Professor argues that people will starve to death because of anti-GM zealotry

| | May 24, 2012
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In 1968 Paul Ehrlich wrote in his book The Population Bomb that “mass starvation” due to “burgeoning population growth” was inevitable. “It is now too late to take action” to avoid hundreds of millions of deaths in developing countries, he declared, more than 40 years ago. Nothing could be done to stop all those people dying from hunger, because there were simply too many mouths to feed. It was already game over.

View the original article here: People will starve to death because of anti-GM zealotry – Daily Telegraph

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