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Re: [cg] What's Up in Biotechnology, Genetic Engineering

Kindly post more info on this title

Can u suggest other current readings re biotech, "for dummies" type?

Sunday Harrison

>Read "Ishmael" by Daniel Quinn. We ought not ignore the early history of
>In faith of Nature's seeds,
>Happy Gardening,
>John Edward Verin
>Senior Apprentice
>Ecosystem Farm
>Accokeek, MD
>BTW, if you don't know how to grow your own food you don't really have any
>clout, Y2K or not, so... LEARN!
>How many millions of Americans live in poorly made, over-priced houses
>built on farm land, race twice daily at deadly speeds to and from a toxic
>city to do a job they don't really like in a plastic office so they can
>get money to give to someone else in order to eat food?
>Food is power... are you in control of yours?
>Food is power. Where is yours?
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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