Henry Miller is at the Hoover and is an expert on the benefits of genetic modification.
Consider this, hybridization and selective breeding have been crucial to advances in food production–Norman Borlaug got a Nobel Prize as the father of the Green Revolution and he deserved it–he prevented many many deaths from malnutrition.
Borlaug was focused on field crops and increased production by producing strains that were more vigorous and resistant to stress.
Now we can accomplish those things with GM. That’s good and it doesn’t produce something bad.