Monsanto and other biotech companies claim genetically modified (GM) crops have no impact on the environment and are perfectly safe to eat. Federal departments in charge of food safety in the US and Canada have not conducted tests to affirm this alleged "safety," but rather have taken the industry-conducted research at face value, allowing millions of acres of GM crops to overtake farmland. These foods, largely in the form of GM corn and soy (although there are other GM crops, too, like sugar beets, papaya and crookneck squash), can now be found in the majority of processed foods in the US. In other words, if you eat processed foods, you're already eating them… and these crops are already being freely planted in the environment. But what if it turns out that Monsanto was wrong, and the GM crops aren't actually safe. This is precisely what a number of scientists have been warning of for years, and the latest to sound the alarm is Dr. Mae-Wan Ho of the Institute for Science in Society, who has concluded that, by their very nature, there is no way GMOs (genetically modified organisms) can be safe.
Scripture: Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man. Luke 21:36 KJV