BEE 299 Lesson 6_Solutions - BEE 299 Lesson 6 March 2, 2008...

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BEE 299 Lesson 6 March 2, 2008 After reading the articles presented by Conway and Meadows, and analyzing their individual arguments, I came to the conclusion that my beliefs fall more inline with Meadows views on genetically modifies foods. Genetically modified foods present too many potential environmental risks to enter our market until further tests and research is done. Conway argues that genetically engineering crops could provide sufficient amounts of food and nutrients to the impoverished poor in developing countries, but this is not the answer. I believe in the ideas and principles that Meadows presents in his article. GM foods is not the solution, the solution comes from changing the ways we naturally use our resources through organic practices for the betterment of everyone. The following arguments challenge the growth and principles around genetically modified foods. The first argument is the productivity of the crops and the principles around GM foods. Supporters of genetic modification in agriculture claim that GM is the answer to the end
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