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Self-Replication at Stake in Monsanto Patented Seed Case

Simon Davis-Cohen @ Truthout - Self-replication is a requirement for the continuation of life itself. When species participate in the replication of other species - when we plant our favorite tomato, when a butterfly pollinates its favorite flower - it is said that they co-evolve. This power to co-evolve and self-replicate is inherent, yet we find ourselves with our backs against the wall, fighting to retain it.  Read more.

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