Alas, greed wins over logic & ethics again.
This entry was posted on 15-January-2008 by divakitty. It was filed under Sophia .
You’re right, DKM. It’s always about the money..and then someone gets hurt and it’s about the money again..I think those products should be labeled with FULL disclosure.
15-January-2008 at 4:49 pm
A scary thing. I have hopes that in order to be organic, it won’t be able to be cloned. Really, we’ll have no way of knowing if it’s safe or not for a good 20 years–when all those children who have eaten cloned food grow up (and perhaps even longer). Does anyone think of that?
Do not get my human started on a rant about the FDA. Chinese herbal medicine must be safer than any pharmaceutical before she can get it to send off with her patients. Much of this is based on rumor and not studies but they want to be “safe”. Yet they allow cloning of animals? Oh yeah–naturally occurring herbs can’t be patented and then companies can’t charge all that much for them can they?
15-January-2008 at 5:53 pm
My Mommie is very happy she is vegetarian. But I’ll bet they will use those cloned animals for cat foods, too.
16-January-2008 at 9:24 am
DKM is very happy she is a veggie – but she is concerned about what crap they will dump pet food as a result of this.
16-January-2008 at 11:43 am
Ugh it is just horrible. Does a cloned animal have any less soul than a “normal” one? Does this give them an excuse to treat animals even WORSE in the future?
And you’re right– the health implications…. oye.
-Jen (lola’s mom)
16-January-2008 at 5:23 pm
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