Saturday, January 12, 2008

SOON: CLONED ANIMALS to free DISPOSAL.


As most know, a significant number of Europeans (from Italy, Austria, Greece and other countries of the European Union), are opposed to the marketing and public sale of cloned plants. The issue seems worse now, because the american FDA (Food and Drug Administration), as European EFSA (European Food Safety Agency) and the WTO (World Trade Organization), just now have adopted a series of pre scientific recommendations, favouring mass consumption of both plant and animal cloned. EFSA said that because cloning is an emerging technology, occurs during the process, certain number of deformed animals (confused by environmentalists of Earth International, with a "large number of sick animals ").Of course, these deformed animals, are removed quickly. EFSA, also says that the technology will be improved and that in any case it will be good to look to the other side: the production of meater cows and pigs more resistant to many diseases.

ANIMALES CLONADOS : VENTA PUBLICA.


Como es de conocimiento público, un importante número de europeos de a pié (de Italia, Austria, Grecia y otros paises integrantes de la comunidad europea agrupados en Earth International), se oponen a la comercialización y venta pública de vegetales clonados. El asunto parece agravarse ahora, porque tanto la FDA americana (Food and Drug Administration), como la EFSA europea (European Food Safety Agency) y la WTO (World Trade Organization), acaban de aprobar una serie de pre conclusiones cientificas, que favorecen el consumo masivo tanto de vegetales como animales clonados. Arguye la EFSA, que siendo la tecnologia de clonación animal incipiente, se produce durante el proceso, cierto número de animales deformes (confundidos por los ambientalistas de Earth International, con un "gran numero de animales enfermos"), los mismos que son retirados rápidamente. La EFSA asegura la tecnologia irá mejorando. En todo caso haria bien mirar tambien hacia el otro lado: la producción de vacas con mas carne y cerdos resistentes a muchas enfermedades

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