Here is some interesting commentary from the New York Times.
The idea of eating the flesh from a genetically modified/chemically constructed fish is somewhat disturbing, at least to me. But, what about those Sour Patch Kids I love so much? Not so much natural goodness in there I imagine. A pretty good sized portion of the things I consume is probably far from natural.
It's an interesting discussion and debate, that of genetically modified foods alone, but combine the topic with that of struggling fisheries and it goes a little deeper. Even deeper, if you let it go further, is a discussion of man and nature, as this writer eludes to. I can't help but think of a conversation from a film I've seen once or twice:
"Look, nothing is fucked here, man."
"Nothing is fucked?! The goddamn plane has crashed into the mountain!"
...there is “virtually no possibility of escape and interaction with the wild population”
I'm virtually reassured.
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