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Joshua Sipe Dr. Nancy Almann The Future of Food The Future of Food by Deborah Koons Garcia offers insight into a corrupt society in which genetically altered food is served as one with natural food. In my opinion the film was inspired and dedicated to the farmers that have been hurt by patents and those that stood up to fight the corporations. The movie not only shows how big companies manipulate politicians but offers information about genetically altered organisms. This movie is impartial to me because I agree with some of the points but also am outraged with other points. The first large problem I had with the information that was brought up was the patenting of living organisms that congress allowed. It bothered me that these people who genetically mutate a plant organism to make it beneficial automatically own the organism. Natural and artificial selection has been going on since the beginning of time and no one has every own the rights of an organism other than Mother Nature. Natural selection chooses what species will live on and which ones are inadequate.
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