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PaganNewsBeagle Fiery Tuesday Oct 7

In today's Pagan News Beagle, we bring you stories of activism, faith, and hope. A controversial activist gives "Pagan" invocations in Florida; nature deficit disorder; the "next" GMO?; GMO-proof corn?; and decentralized power in Germany.

Activist David Suhor (whose self identification is "Agnostic Pagan Pantheist Living Existentially") is raising hackles in a small Florida town with his "in-your-face" Pagan invocations. Is he a nuisance? A harmless gadfly? A courageous proponent of Pagan rights? Make up your own mind: the whole story is at The Wild Hunt.

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Proposition 37 is voter-mandated proposal in California to label products that contain Genetically Modified Organisms. If you are still unclear about exactly what GMOs are, and why they are bad, let’s have an explanation.

GMOs should really be called transgenic organisms. Humans have been modifying plants and changing their genetics since the beginning of agriculture. We do this by choosing seeds from the healthiest, best producing plants and growing them. But this is not remotely what corporations like Monsanto and Syngenta are doing. These corporations take genes from two organisms that would never naturally reproduce together (because the equipment would not even match up) and combines them together into one Frankenplant (or Frankenanimal).

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  • Natalie Reed
    Natalie Reed says #
    Thank you for speaking out on this important issue. Even if one believes that GMO's are harmless, at least labeling allows one to

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