An Abundance of Apples

I’ve always had a fondness for a good apple, which seems to be an increasingly hard thing to find these days. Everyone has their own version, but for me, a good apple has crisp flesh that almost feels cold when you bite in. It’s tart, with a hint of sweetness overlaying it, and there’s a […]

Engineering New Consequences: Genetically Modified Organisms and You

I’ve always had an interest in genetically modified organisms, ever since I started reading studies about declines in biodiversity related to the proliferation of GMO crops. This decline started, of course, long before the widespread development and adoption of GMOs; declines in biodiversity are also related to monocropping tendencies. Apples, tomatoes, potatoes, and numerous other […]