Re: GE domestic plantsa nyone/
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- Subject: Re: GE domestic plantsa nyone/
- From: Trevor Lien <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 10 Jun 1999 10:37:33 -0600
- Cc: Justin.Needham@nmp.nokia.com, email@example.com
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> Therefore, genetic tampering of plants violates my religious convictions and
> my religious freedom, particularly when the plants are not labeled. This is
> not a Luddite position -- again, we have always supported scientific advance,
> but we also recognize that science, like everything else in our physical
> world, has limits, and these limits are clearly defined by our tradition.
> Genetic tampering of plants oversteps those limits.
This is very important in my eyes. Does anyone know if Kosher labelling
takes into consideration the possibility of transgenic crops being used?
(This is possibly the wrong group to ask...)