The Pros And Cons Of Gmos

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GMO’s: Good or Bad? Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) are one of the most important issues in the world today. GMOs are organisms that have had their genetic DNA altered for improvements in productivity and quality. Their pros and cons to those who consume them and the economy around them have been weighed heavily for years, with no true answers coming to the surface. With the widespread science of GMOs becoming more abundant, people should know the truth behind what is being done to their food before consumption, to then form their own opinions. However, all bias aside, GMOs do cause harm in many ways, but while benefiting the world in many ways. The great promise in the use of GMO technology does not only benefit farmers, but benefits the largely increasing population around the world. One main reason that GMOs are a good…show more content…
I see the good, and the bad. However, the good outways the bad for me. If modifying the DNA of seeds and animals create larger amounts of food to be produced, then we should continue to do so, simply for the soul reason that the world’s population today is rapidly growing. However, I do feel like the use of them should be contained in one area so other organisms don’t become exposed to the chemicals that could potentially be harmful to them. GMOs are serious, and therefore need to be used correctly and carefully, but should in fact be used. The pros and cons of Genetically Modified Organisms are somewhat equal. There are both benefits and harm done to the environment when GMOs are used, and the same situation is true for the plants and animals they are used on. Information on the true effects of GMOs should be released, therefore people know what they are consuming and the affects that they have on their body. With all of the information, people should be allowed to form their own opinions on the use of GMOs and choose whether or not they wish to continue to use or consume

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