What could possibly be important enough for the government to get involved? Well, our food supply does take a top fiddle in the show. Sure enough, the government is trying to bioengineer an insect to ensure our crops are protected from…
A program called “Insect Allies” is designed to protect crops in the event of a biological attack threatening the survival of our wheat and corn supply. Aphids, leaf hoppers, and white flies are the insects proposed to be mutated to protect these crops. They are the usual suspects to spread viruses among plants. The “Insect Allies” will work by spreading a virus that will implore gene mutations immediately to protect crops from vulnerabilities.
The initial intention of the “Insect Allies” are to protect from global warming and possible drought. In the event of a dry season, our food supply may be threatened, especially n the face of a growing population. The “Insect Allies” will be the unsung, biologically engineered heroes to save our nation.
However there is such as thing as a “Biological Weapons Treaty” that may forbid the further development of the “Insect Allies”. Playing by the rules in the coexistence of this treaty, officials are imploring that this is specifically to protect our food supply in the event of a climate disaster, threatening the existence of our population.
Although this is nothing directly related to the story, I’m reminded of something.I saw on”Shark Tank“. These entrepreneurs were pitching the concept of eating cricket flour in a product named Chirps Chips. Mark Cuban invested $100,000 because he’s interested in finding a sustainable protein source. Jump on the sustainable bandwagon and pick yourself up a few bags. Bug appetite!
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