Mutant mosquito introduction plans for the Florida Keys to combat Dengue Fever is sparking stinging reactions among residents. Already plagued by mosquitoes, the release of genetically-modified insects may cause unintended results in the sun-soaked region.
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Monday, WebProNews reported on a UK-based company's intentions to release a species of mosquito that could possibly shorten the lifespan of newly-hatched insects. In doing so, it will lessen the population.In turn, the number of Dengue fever cases is also decreased. That's the theory.
However, some residents in the Florida Keys are not convinced, and are quite spooked by the novel idea of introducing a laboratory-created species into the environment.
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As part of Agenda 21s plan to "cull the herd" they will release bugs where they messed around with the genome, but it will backfire, because how does a mosquito inject you? it spits into your open wound to release its saliva so that it can act as a coagulent.. the best way to combat mosqitoes? BATS! re-introduce the native bat population because a single bat can eat 10 times its weight in bugs in a night.. don't let water stand in pools... DON'T PLAY GOD... LEAVE THE BUGS ALONE!
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