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First contamination report reveals worldwide illegal spread of genetically engineered
The first report into the extent to which genetically engineered organisms have 'leaked' into the environment - released today - reveals a disturbing picture of widespread contamination, illegal planting and negative agricultural side effects.
The report is a summary of incidents uncovered by the on-line Contamination Register (1) set up by Greenpeace and GeneWatch UK. It reveals a catalogue of highly disturbing incidents right across the world, including:
- Pork meat from genetically engineered pigs being sold to consumers
- Ordinary crops being contaminated with GE crops containing pharmaceuticals
- Growing and international distribution of illegal antibiotic resistant Maize seeds
- Planting of outlawed GE crops which have been smuggled into countries
- Mixing of unapproved GE crops in food, including shipments of food aid
- Inadvertent mixing of different GE strains even in high profile scientific field trials
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The mad doctors have always managed to let a few of their little beasties into the wild. New Englanders will remember the gypsy-moth catepillar infestation of the early 80's. Killed a lot of trees off (the buggers ate more than Ted Washington at a buffet). Lucky thing was that they were engineered so that every other generation was highly sensitive to heat, and we had a heat wave that killed most of them off.