Why we should say “yes” to GMOs.

America is currently in the midst of a non-GMO craze. Genetically modified organisms—known as GMOs—attracted little public attention when they were first introduced into the U.S. commercial food supply in the mid-1990s. This changed in 2003, when a California natural food store launched a grassroots campaign to persuade natural food companies to reveal whether their products contain GMOs. This campaign led many organic food proponents to decry GMOs as impure, unnatural, and a threat to Continue Reading →

STLR Link Roundup – Feb. 21, 2016

Apple CEO Opposes Court Order to Help FBI Unlock San Berndaino Shooter’s iPhone On Tuesday, February 16, a federal judge in Los Angeles ordered Apple to provide “reasonable technical assistance” to investigators seeking to read the data on an iPhone 5C used by Rizwan Farook, who along with his wife, Tashfeen Malik, carried out the San Bernadino shootings. Such assistance would include disabling the phone’s auto-erase function, which automatically erases all of the phone’s data after Continue Reading →