Neil deGrasse Tyson gets to the bottom of GMOs

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Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the most famous astrophysicist, authors, and science communicators. In the past several years, he has rose to prominence as he has weigh in on almost every science topic. And he always provides an opinion full of arguments.

In this short documentary, he talks with plant geneticist and healthy food documentary filmmakers to understand some of the fact-based science around GMO.

We all know GMO is a controversial topic, and there are always studies trying to prove whether GMO is healthy or not.

This documentary does not try to provide an answer to that question. Instead, it provides an answer to the question whether we need or not GMO foods in our life.

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