Placed in historical perspective, the popular opposition to things like GMOs and vaccines, much like 19th-century opposition to fertilizers and insecticides, reflects less an overt rejection of science than a distrust of experts who peddle it.
Organic soybeans sampled from Iowa had significantly higher protein levels, and they had lower levels of fatty acids that can lead to obesity.
Do we owe every comfort and balm of our modern age to experiments that skirt the edges of what we believe is right and good?
Embracing a right is premised to some extent on the reasonable ability to achieve its fulfillment. Do you think we've ever really had a strong grasp on what's in our food?