His advancements in genetically engineered crops and inorganic farming methods you see were credited with saving over 1 Billion lives from the agony of death by starvation.
Friend or foe?
asked byNikkyo (34)
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on March 05, 2013
at 04:22 AM
The answer is friend, but it's like answering the lawyer's question "Have you stopped beating your wife?" For that I'll downvote you and vote to close this as spam.
Personally, eating Dr. Kellogg's wheat flakes resulted in my obesity and Type 2 diabetes. Wheat has not been my friend. Wheat may save people who are starving, but it is also contributing heavily to the obesity epidemic. To someone who's starving it's a life preserver, but once you've escaped from drowning you don't need it anymore. You can move on to more nutritious foods such as meat.
If you were Dr. Borlaug himself I would thank you for your contribution to starving people. But you're not. Posting this stinky bait demeans his work.