You have a sad life. Perhaps it was the pesticide job? Worked for
them for 2 years which is nothing.
I retract the Loony monicker you are an idiot.
Cyberspace is cheap Donna look at the binaries going about.
The guy can work for who ever he wants. Just getting so easily caught
in a few lies is not good and it makes Monsanto look bad. He either used
their machines with their permission or not with their permission.
Working for 2 years and posting on usenet is not a good idea. Seems he
has two names too see original post. Posting on usenet for 14 years
perhaps but he is listed as just a newbie with 90% of his posts in the
month of Feb 2010. I killed filed him. See the goggle url.
Anyway I never pointed a finger at him it was straight up.
Whilst we agonize about the evils of monsatano et al., perhaps we
should conflate that issue with this issue which is slipping in
quietly under the radar, further robbing us of control over our food.
'Twas ever thus.
Food-processing giant Kraft Foods (United States) is one of these
pioneers. In 2000, it financed a consortium of 15 universities and
research laboratories, Nanotek, to design "smart" and personalized food,
food that might contain hundreds of nanocapsules, filled with different
flavors, nutrients and colors. A microwave oven could activate,
according to the wave frequency, such and such a capsule, according to
the consumer's desire - a kind of interactive food that may even
transform itself if a person is allergic to an ingredient or release a
dose of nutritional supplement if it detects deficiencies. Kraft Foods,
the designer of this project, owns the chocolate brands Milka, Cte dOr,
Toblerone, Suchard, and coffee brands Carte Noir, GrandMre, Jacques
Vabre and Maxwell. Imagine tomorrow, your pink-colored banana-flavored
coffee that delivers your daily dose of vitamin C ... Or chocolate that
releases carrot aromas as it treats your hangover. Terrific, no?
No toes Billy, fastest shot in Northern California, that's me.
I just thought I'd pass along a couple of more sites that a previous
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