After reviewing the 2 scientific studies on them, I'm starting to worry about them.<quoted text>Are you now saying GMOs are bad?
The most troubling is the Monsanto insertion of herbicide-detoxifying genes. Those don't stop producing proteins when turned into food, and those proteins are bad for us to eat (as far as the one study suggests). Yet if they can keep the gene from being in the edible part of the plant, we'd be fine. Not sure if that's possible.
The other one would be more insidious since the damage was to mitochondria and liver function. It's basically the same issue: the gene transplanted produces a protein that isn't a normal part of a mammalian diet, so it could cause us damage.
More science studies if you have them!