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Playing God documentary - Food for Thought

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Here is a link to watch this for free:

topdocumentaryfilms.com/
playing-god/#disqus_thread


Would like to know what you all think. I have now finished watching this and hope to blog more about it later today. This video is about more than mixing genes of different species. This is about the developing field of synthetic biology (which means essentially "creating life").

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  • v MARTHASPARKS
    Thanks, again, Birgit! Everything that you share is so thought provoking.
    1566 days ago
  • v HOUNDLOVER1
    I've finished watching this. It's even scarier than mixing genes from different animals species (as if that were not bad enough). At the end there is mention of synthetic genes being inserted into humans. I hope to write a blog about this later today (if I can get my head wrapped around it). The term for all this is synthetic biology.
    1566 days ago
  • v JANETELIZABETH1
    I don't disbelieve any of it...over here they have already crossed a lizard gene with a strawberry, so the strawberries stay firmer longer I believe. Gross!!
    They have truly broken into God's laboratory!!
    1566 days ago
  • v KENDRACARROLL
    Thanks for the link. I bookmarked it & planning to watch it this weekend.
    1567 days ago
  • v ORGANIC811LFRV
    Wow, does this strike a cord. Let's also take a look at how Monsanto and some others are doing the same to our phood supply. I will watch this this weekend.

    When man messes with the natural laws there are consequences. Unfortunately we the people pay the price.

    I commend you for posting this. Thank you!
    1567 days ago
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