Benjamin Barber · Top Commenter · Portland State
There are points of misrepresentation by the other side, including about enforcement costs, and they are spending big money. Should cash get to decide science?
There's also no evidence that GE foods contribute to food security. In fact, super weeds and pesticide and herbicide use increase as a result (in some cases the plants are made to produce pesticide toxin directly).
The improper mass application of toxins is not supported by scientific research. It's supported by big money, though.
You also forgot to state your conflict of interest, which is required in scientific discussion. You aim to enter this industry and get access to its cash.