Deadline September 20, 2013 – We Still Have A Chance
Please Pass these documents far and wide. We have until Sept 20, 2013 to make our views known. If Morgellons is not recognized, and we have the proof, then we need to let these people know, that the synthetic has come unraveled and we are expelling the components.
Preparation for Upcoming Meeting
New & Emerging Issues
Meetings and Documents
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New & Emerging Issues
New and emerging issues relating to the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity
The consolidated modus operandi of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA), adopted by the Conference of the Parties in decision VIII/10, lists among its functions that SBSTTA should inter alia identify new and emerging issues relating to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. In decision IX/29 the Conference of the Parties provided guidance on the procedure for the identification of new and emerging issues and on the review of proposals. In accordance with this decision, Parties and relevant organizations are invited after each meeting of the Conference of the Parties to submit proposals on new and emerging issues relating to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity.
Peer review of draft documents for future meetings of SBSTTA – SBSTTA-18
In decision XI/11 the Conference of the Parties requested the Executive Secretary to undertake some preparatory work on synthetic biology with a view to enabling the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice to consider this proposal. Please provide your comments on the draft documents no later than 20 September 2013, using the template for comments:
Template for review comments
Potential positive and negative impacts of synthetic biology
Synthetic biology gaps and overlaps with the Convention
The full draft: This says not for citation but has the information for review.
Please click on :”Potential positive and negative impacts of synthetic biology“, and read the report, post on the template, copy and send your comments to email@example.com
Please inform yourself and everyone you can. This will eventually alter DNA so it is entirely XNA: a Synthetic Biological System.
This now, is not suppose to cross over into Natural DNA, but will eventually, in the future.
Please take action, while you still can.