Silicon Food

Do you know the consequences of calling some food “organic” and others not organic?

Comic from Cowbirds in Love by Sanjay Kulkarni. h/t Nathaniel Ginder

Anastasia Bodnar

Written by Anastasia Bodnar

Anastasia Bodnar serves as the Policy Director of Biology Fortified, Inc. She is a science communicator and multidisciplinary risk analyst with a career in federal service. She has a PhD in plant genetics and sustainable agriculture from Iowa State University.

5 comments

  1. Bear with me a moment. Robots run on electricity, it is their equivalent of food. Electricity does not contain DNA. So clearly downloading our brains into robots is the only way we can enjoy a natural lifestyle free from modern “industrialized” food?

  2. I don’t know about all you folks, but I always make sure I eat inorganic food. Yep, nothing but inorganic redox reactions to give me my energy. Sure it limits what kind of food I can eat. But it’s the price I have to pay to live up to my standard of misunderstandings.

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