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  1. avshalomh
    February 17, 2013 @ 10:53 am


    What will happen if company XY will invent some gene that once implanted in a fetus will improve the genetics of the fetus by making it immune to many diseases.

    Will the children that will be brought while using this method will be allowed to bring children without paying XY some royalty? They are replicating the method of XY and they are illegally distributing illegal copies of XY’s invention.

  2. Gary Shodtak
    February 18, 2013 @ 3:43 pm

    You may be interested in this story:

    Gary Shostak, Arlington MA who recently learned of your blog from Kim

  3. Kathryn Newell
    February 22, 2013 @ 6:14 pm

    I know people who are convinced that the recent “epidemic” of folks with celliac disease may be due to genetically engineered wheat. Easier for corpporate farms, I gather. I had a house guest from Australia who couldn’t eat wheat in the USA but could back home. They still use old-fashioned duram wheat there. I don’t know enough about the subject, but it’s an interesting theory. I noticed, on my bag of atta, that it’s duram wheat being used in India for rotis, parathas, etc. My Indian cookbooks say that if don’t have access to that kind of flour, use organic pastry flour. Interesting.

    –Kathryn Goodwyn