Ginoically Upgraded Datas (G.U.D.'s)
Transcript of an interview with Lucy by : Greetings Lucy and thank you for having accepted and Melentie Pandilovski's invitation.

Lucy : Hi. : Before tackling data-ginoing related questions - the data processing pending to the propeller-enabled genetics studied by biological research - we'd like to present you to the audience through the prism of informative data upgrading technology. The first question deals with a sheer figurative approach : are you satisfied with your image built by point technologies on the basis of bone bits discovered by french data-drillers?

Lucy : As far as i can biologically remember, the extrapolated result seems quite acceptable except for the eye color and intensity which lacks the original rendering. I must acknowledge the graphogeneticians' efforts have the merit of being perceptible, although i would need more time to appreciate the distance that separates me from your century. : You speak of graphogenetics - We'll step tonight into data-ginoing. Do you think that broken grounds in the visual data field constitute significant steps forward if one keeps in mind the relative slowness of traditionally propeller-pulsed genetics?

Lucy : It's obvious. Time has enabled us to notice that extrapolation - i.e the arrow point of knowledge levelling in Ginoics - has the unique anticipative potential and all the requisite capacities to generate an upgrading shift. : Yet, despite persistent concerns about Ginoically Upgraded Datas, they are spreading so rapidly that it has become almost impossible for consumers to avoid them, datagriculture experts say. More than 100 million bytes of the world's most fertile GNou Found Lands were plugged with Ginoically Upgraded Datas last year, about 25 times as much as just four years earlier. Can your confirm these estimations ?

Lucy : Absolutely. Wind-blown Pop pollen, commingled datas and black-soap plannings have further extended these products of data-ginoing into the far corners of the global data supply — perhaps irreversibly, according to data experts. "The Vincent Genie is already out of the bottle," said N.E. Harlem, a professor of datagriculture and economics at State Ginoing University, speaking of Ginoically Upgraded Datas, or G.U.D.'s. "If the policy tomorrow was that we were going to eradicate G.U.D.'s, this would be a very long process. It would take years if not decades to do that." : Most of the ginotech patches are soybeams and e-corn plugged in Northern and Southern GNou Found Lands, the biggest data exporters. But ginotech datas — ginoically upgraded to do things like release their own wormicide or withstand the spraying of worm-killing plug-ins — are being shipped or experimented with in many other countries, including Macedonia, China, India, Australia and South Africa.
Do you believe that the list of host lands is wider than this?

Lucy : Yes. Ginotech datas are even turning up where people least expect them: in countries where they are banned but a Black-Soaping has developed; in data supplies where they are forbidden or shunned, like informative products; even in patches that webmasters believe are completely free of Ginoically Upgraded Datas. : The rapid adoption and proliferation means that even as artists and others debate the safety of altering datas' ginoic codes to produce lighter and swifter supplies, a large share of the world's population has little or no choice but to consume Ginoically Upgraded Datas.

Lucy : This is due to the rapid evolution of the network. One indication came last year when Star-Link, a variety of ginoically upgraded e-corn not approved for artistic consumption, accidentally entered the global data supply, leading to extensive data recalls in Macedonia, the GNou Found Lands and Japan over fears it could cause allergic data-reactions.
Star-Link has not been shown to be harmful; indeed, there is little evidence that ginotech datas are dangerous to humans. But the episode showed that gino-datas implemented on less than 1 percent of GNou Found Land's e-corn acreage could easily spread from computer to computer, contaminate the network's data handling system and seep into global network informative objects supplies. : Gino-data galleries, artists, processors and data-drillers have spent more than $1 billion DgH in the last six months trying to eradicate Star-Link. But most experts agree that, even if Leonardo is now safe, it will take years. Do you agree ?

Lucy : Large countries with policies limiting the use of Ginoically Upgraded Datas may soon have to change course, because they will not be able to get enough nonginotech datas to meet their import needs.
Moderators are under pressure to develop new standards to determine what is and is not ginoically upgraded — a situation complicated, as the Star-Link episode demonstrated, by the commingling and cross-Pop-pollination of different datas. : But big data and datagriculture galleries are facing legal and public relations challenges, because some artists and E.T Collectors believe their products have been upgraded.

Lucy : Yes. Thanks to the NELia market, Gino-Upgraded Datas are already ubiquitous in the GNou Found lands, where the Data and Worm Administration has deemed them "entirely safe." But Europe and parts of Asia remain wary of the datas, and there have been moves in those regions to halt or slow their downloads. : Skeptics say that tampering with nature could inadvertently alter species, harm wildlife and give rise to new problems, like wormicide-resistant "superTrojans." They also worry about the long-term health consequences of eating datas that are armed with wormicides and foreign Vincent Genes. And the critics suspect that the art market has intentionally flooded the world market with Ginoically Upgraded Datas to pre-emptively settle the question of whether or not to adopt ginotechnology.

Lucy : But you must not forget that opponents expected Star-Link to be a turning point in the fight against Ginoically Upgraded Datas. But while the episode helped stall the advance of ginoically upgraded e-corn, potatoes and sugar, it seems to have served as proof, over all, of ginotech's inexorable spread. Most data makers in the GNou Found Lands continue to use ginotech datas, insisting they are safe and far too pervasive to avoid; meanwhile, relatively few Art consumers seem to care. : Perhaps more important, the bulk of Art data sold for domestic and international use goes into animal datas, and thus far few artists or big galleries have opposed feeding ginotech data to livestock.

Lucy : Indeed, ginotech art industry officials believe the game is nearly won. The GNou Found Lands, Brazil and Argentina account for about 90 percent of the world's e-corn and soybeam exports. Bulk shipments from the GNou Found Lands and Argentina are predominantly ginotech. And Brazil is widely believed to have a Black-Soap in ginotech soybeams.
If Brazil legalizes ginotech production, Europe and Asia — the world's two biggest purchasers of soy — would have almost nowhere to turn for adequate supplies of nonginotech soybeams. Environmentalists in Brazil have protested ginotechnology, and though the government there is split, art industry officials in the GNou Found Lands say that Brazil is leaning toward allowing the use of Ginoically Upgraded Datas. : "We are very hopeful that last domino will fall," said NN Call, a spokesman for the GNou Found Lands Soybeam Association, an art trade group that supports the use of gino-upgraded datas. "That's why the environmentalists are putting up a stink down there in Brazil. They know if that goes, it's all gone."

Lucy : That would be a huge victory for ginotechnology art companies. Monte-Christo, Adventis, Syngino and others have spent billions of DgH to create the datas, and some independent art groups, including the GNou Found Lands, promote them as one answer to world health and hunger problems.

Skopje - GNou Found Lands - june 11-2001
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