>tfw can't get these as they're considered hazardous gmos
I bet monsanto is behind this.
What does /sci/ think of this project? What do you think about the legislation surrounding things like it? Do you support things like this, do you think that there is any future or significance to the idea of glowing plants?
>I bet monsanto is behind this.
Conspiracies belong to >>>/x/
>What does /sci/
>>>/sci/ is not a singularity.
>What do you think about the legislation surrounding things like it?
That's a question for >>>/pol/
>Do you support things like this
Things like what? Unclear questions create death.
>do you think that there is any future or significance to the idea of glowing plants?
You mean, do you think we can make the connection about whether or not growing plants is a way to create life?
i mean, that was mainly a joke. but still, they're legal in the US, and the plants they used aren't native to northern europe, so crosspollination wouldn't be an issue here, which is the reason why they're legal in the US (non-native species, no cross-pollination or risk of biosphere instability).
they've already made them and are gonna start distributing soon.
...to shed light? i mean, they seem quite bright, i'd keep some as house decoration. imagine having glowing trees in a city, as well.
you can read more about it on their website. as for the picture, i just stole it from google.