notes - not much of a difference to genetically change a...

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reread the article. find similarity or difference between Pollan and Sock with two quotes and explain. the idea of progress is the ability to improve things but cause problems that is what Stock thinks. He believes that germinal choice technology improves health end of diseases and the in the long run the good outcomes are worth it. Stocks way of thinking is that people are already trying to change their children by sending them to schools like Harvard. so there is
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Unformatted text preview: not much of a difference to genetically change a child to be smarter. We watched two videos one from Monsanto's website made for the stock holders and the farmers to keep them happy about Monsanto's progress. Another one was from a cable show called This American Life which showed genetically engineered pigs that produced better meet but it costs more to maintain them because they are more prone to diseases....
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