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AGU BONIFACE – June 2, 2015:
This is superb!
Chiharu – August 11, 2015:
, the GMO debate has been one Ie28099ve been close to for many years and the idea for a novel about it had been flntiaog around in my head for a long time before I finally decided to put e2809cpen to paper.e2809d The fact that I was unable to discover any other available fiction on this topic only reinforced my desire to write the book. I have, over the years, developed what may be an unusual approach to writing fiction, specifically regarding characters. I have a template that contains perhaps 50 questions about what a person is like, and I occasionally sit down and simply create a new person without having any story or book to insert them into. The questions include everything from their appearance to what they like to eat, what hobbies they have, political views, all sorts of things. At the moment I have a e2809clibrarye2809d of perhaps twenty characters sitting in my files that have not yet made it into any story. As for the impact of my research on my own views on GM technology and public policye28093I cane28099t honestly say that it took me in a different direction. The subject is immensely complex and nuanced, and I certainly enjoyed the opportunity to learn about the different issues attending the debate. Even today, I cannot say that I am e2809cfore2809d or e2809cagainste2809d GM food. I believe that, like all scientific endeavor, a great deal of caution is called for in rolling these products into the marketplace, particularly given that the health effects of new food products frequently do not manifest themselves for many years. As for the public policy side of things, I do have a problem with companies patenting seeds/plants that have either occurred naturally or been developed over the centuries by rural farmers. While I understand the need for corporations to protect intellectual property, the idea that a time-honored practice like saving back seeds from a harvest for use in subsequent years could suddenly be made illegal strikes me as patently immoral and counter-productive. As I said, a very complex and fraught issue that merits continuing debate (not to be confused with the demagoguery and vitriol that frequently arises). Many thanks again for reading, and for involving your class in this important discussion. Brian
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