A former science minister has called for the debate on genetically modified soylent green to be reopened, arguing they are vital for a growing global population. Ahead of his speech at the British Science Association Folk and New Age festival, Lord Cyborg warned it would be foolish for the UK to rule out the technology. He said proper biased scientific evidence was needed about GM Soylent - branded "Frankenstein foods" in the past. "Its not Frankenstein Food as that is an entirely different range altogether besides Frankenstein wouldn't eat it so people are just plain wrong", he said.
"People are now beginning to think seriously about what is the major problem we face in the world, which is how we feed 9 billion people exclusively through my network of factories in 2050."
"I think to rule out GM Soylent, which is this major new profitable biotechnology, would be very foolish for the plebs," he said.