The Pros And Cons Of Gmo's Genetically Modified Organisms

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In recent years our food industry has been taken over by the product called GMO’s Genetically Modified Organisms. Genetically Modified Organisms are organisms or living things that have been created through gene-splicing techniques through biotechnology. Although GMOs have been floating around the world for much time, it’s only been recently that people have become more concerned with them. Big companies that produce genetically modified organisms, like Monsanto, try their hardest to commercialize that these products are healthy and beneficial for the environment. While that may seem to be the chase at first glance, many activists against GMOs believe that these big companies are expelling lies and scamming people to believe false things. In this essay, I will expose the pros and cons of genetically modified organisms and ultimately, come to the conclusion that GMOs have their down falls, but are economically beneficial.
With the new advancements in science (biotechnology), cloning DNA and creating artificial organisms has become much easier and cheaper to produce. Starting with some of the “pros” of genetically modified organisms is how cheap the outcome is. Take big companies like Monsanto and Syngenta, for example. The sole purpose of these big name companies is to
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Ultimately, we must come to the conclusion that GMOs have downfalls for humans and the environment, but are economically beneficial. In my opinion, with their long list of side effects that are present in animals, soon enough humans will be affected as well. Taking a stand against GMOs is key. If we want local farmers to continue growing their crops without genetic mutations, we need to support them by buying their produce rather than a brand name. Not only does buying locally grown produce healthier, but also gives promise that the healthy food you are purchasing will still be available for years to

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