The results [of genetic engineering] will be essentially new organisms. Self-perpetuating and hence permanent. Once created, they cannot be recalled.
— George Wald, professor emeritus in biology from Harvard University and Nobel laureate in medicine
Once there was a fertile valley that was blessed with mild climate, abundant water and good soil. Prosperous farmers there grew many varieties of conventional crops and sold great quantities of their yields at markets in faraway countries. Much of the valley’s economy depended on these successful farmers.
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