My Ninja, Please! 4.4.11: GMO Cows Making Human Milk

MMMM MMMM MMMMMMM… just like Mama used to make. My Ninja, Please!

The scientists have successfully introduced human genes into 300 dairy cows to produce milk with the same properties as human breast milk.

Human milk contains high quantities of key nutrients that can help to boost the immune system of babies and reduce the risk of infections.

The scientists behind the research believe milk from herds of genetically modified cows could provide an alternative to human breast milk and formula milk for babies, which is often criticised as being an inferior substitute.

They hope genetically modified dairy products from herds of similar cows could be sold in supermarkets. The research has the backing of a major biotechnology company.

The work is likely to inflame opposition to GM foods. Critics of the technology and animal welfare groups reacted angrily to the research, questioning the safety of milk from genetically modified animals and its effect on the cattle’s health. [Read the rest of this absurdity here]

This is almost as sweet as the bovines/swines that glow in the dark. But seriously, people, I mean, think about it! Are we really supposed to be drinking cow’s milk anyway? Why do we think it’s acceptable to drink that but not human milk? Doesn’t that seem ass-backwards? Just sayin’…

Besides possible cancer-causing effects, this is probably better for the chil’rens.


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Posted: April 4th, 2011
at 12:50pm by Black Ock

Categories: mnp is for the children,grub,fo' real?,science

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  1. Plus, why the hell are people looking for ways to decrease the amount of boobs on display in the world? Seems counterproductive to a healthy, happy society. Or at least to a happy, healthy me.

    Trevor Macomber

    4 Apr 11 at 4:21 pm



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