All I said was that he is wrong that we don't have enough food, and why he is wrong, and GMO's aren't going to help with that anyway, even if we WERE short on food.
Unless you can invent a crop that breaks the laws of physics by generating its own matter from nowhere, GMO's can't fix all the soil problems inherent to the way we farm. "Science" as a larger whole may be capable of it, but our current methods are not.
Beyond that, anyone who rejects any limitations on the use of science en masse either hasn't thought about it, or has no ethics and no respect for any kind of life. Would you be ok with science using live human subjects to test the lethality of ammunition?
If you say "no," you are in favor of limiting science.
If you say "yes," I am frightened for those around you.