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Genetic Engineering and the World’s Agricultural Processes
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This 5 page report presents an argumentative discussion that is opposed to genetic engineering of the plants and animals that make up the food chain for human beings. A great deal of the controversy regarding genetic engineering and agriculture revolves around the fact that people believe that adding chemicals to the food supply, using radiation to insure a longer shelf life for products, or introducing various growth hormones and stimulants to the animals and plants in human beings’ food chain is a bad idea. The media, elected officials, marketing consortiums, and others are all determined to discover why consumers would think such a thing. Ironically, the reason is relatively simple . . . it is a bad idea. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: BWgeneng.wps

Genetic Engineering of Food Crops: Demographic, Geographic, Economic, and Environmental Impacts
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A 6 page assessment of the potential negative impacts of genetic engineering as it is applied towards food crops. The author contends our production of genetically engineered crops will ultimately impact not just our population but the world population as a whole. Furthermore, this production has a high likelihood of ultimately causing pollution, endangering animals, and resulting in the extinction of certain plants and crops. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPgenCrp.rtf

Genetic Engineering; Boon or Bane
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This 5 page paper looks at the facts surrounding the advantages and disadvantages of genetic engineering and genetically modified crops. The issues of pest and virus control are examined and the emphasis is on the positive aspects of this new science. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEgeneng.wps

Genetically Engineered Foods: Process, Controversy and Environmental Concerns
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This is a 9 page paper discussing genetic engineering in food. Genetic engineering (GE) or biotechnology in food involves the process of inserting genetic material into plant or animal breeds in the hopes to develop certain positive characteristics within that breed; characteristics which may have previously taken generations to propagate in the breed. In addition to accelerating the breeding of certain characteristics in plants and animals, GE also involves the introduction of new genetic material within breeds in the hopes for developing new characteristics in breeds. Genetic engineering in food mainly involves the processes of disease and pest resistance in addition to increasing yield. While GE in food may appear to be a positive step toward increasing food yield and decreasing loss of breeds to disease which perhaps could be extended to decreasing world hunger and increasing farmers’ productivity, the manufacturing of genetically engineered food has come under a great deal of controversy. One of the major areas of concern is the “release” of new crops into the environment which have not been tested and little is known of the long term effects of any of the GE crops. Another area of concern is that larger corporations retain the patents on the GE processes which does not allow for the introduction of these processes on a global basis. GE foods have become very expensive and their manufacturing is restricted to a relatively few large corporations and countries in which profit seems to have become the major incentive for the production of GE foods. Lastly, many of the same companies which produce GE pesticide resistant crops are the same companies which also produce pesticides bringing into question the motivation and type of development of GE foods. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJgenfd1.rtf

Genetically Modified Food Report
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This 17 page paper is written in the form of a report in three parts. The first paper considers what is meant by the term genetically modified food and the general concerns and research. The second part of the paper considers the implications of genetic modifications for nutrient values of food. The last part of the paper answers some frequently asked questions. The paper is written as a report for a school board looking to develop a policy on using genetically modified foods in the school. The bibliography cites 19 sources.
Filename: TEGMFood.rtf

Geotextiles
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14 pages in length. Geotextiles play an integral role in the manner by which society works harmoniously with the ground's inherent characteristics. That a multitude of situations arise where geotextiles are utilized in order to maintain the earth's integrity speaks to the nature of upholding its fundamental composition while at the same time making it workable for man's ongoing needs. The writer discusses soil erosion control, roadwork and landfills as they relate to geotextiles use. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCGeoTx.rtf

Geothermal Energy
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A 3 page review of this energy option. This paper explores geothermal energy from a large scale perspective as well as from the perspective of the individual home owner who elects to use geothermal heat pumps in their home’s heating and cooling system. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPgeothermal.rtf

Getting Clean Water to People in a Natural Disaster
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This 10 page report discusses natural disasters and how emergency management agencies and systems, whether public or private have to work in cooperation to assure the best measures of health and safety for the general public, especially in terms of getting sanitary drinking water to the public. In addition, the media role is discussed, as is the example that was presented by the flooding situation in Des Moines, Iowa, in the early 1990s. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWdisH2O.rtf


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