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About a week ago a conversation between my friend Stephen and I was sparked by the new Millennium bridge on the quays We talked about the prospects of the new millennium and how it has been used as a financial leg-up for companies all around the world I think that GM foods will wipe out hunger after much research he strongly disagreed and believes it is just another mess that the human race has brought upon itself In the end we both agreed that it was down right disappointing that there were no flying cars yet How has the turn of the century and the less than climactic entry into the new millennium affected the average person The quality of life has consistently increased in this country in the last six years but can the next thousand years promise the same general improvements Has the new millennium changed things that much The increase of awareness has led me to think that maybe we can organise life for as many people as possible Unfortunately I dont believe that the world assets can ever be balanced equally The human race has a primal selfishness that can show itself in the most generous In 1999 the uproar of genetically modified food began Scientist Dr Arpad Pusztai research found that genetically modified potatoes damaged rats stunting their growth and attacking their bodys defences Dr Pusztai was sacked from his job at the Rowett Research Institute for his research and for declaring that he thought the public was being used as guinea pigs by the food industry Through his research government the world over have been forced to become aware of the dangers of GM food I think that GM foods may be used to wipe out hunger in the next millennium but for the moment caution of the unknown is advised There have been promising developments for both working and shopping from the home
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