Is repugnance wise? Visceral responses to biotechnology

@article{Turner2004IsRW,
  title={Is repugnance wise? Visceral responses to biotechnology},
  author={Leigh Turner},
  journal={Nature Biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={269-270}
}
I still remember the first time someone invited me to try sushi. Yuk! Raw fish, I thought. How disgusting. An enlightened person would next proceed to tell you how he or she overcame this initial revulsion and learned to love Oshizushi and Nigiri. Sadly, I am not that person. Sushi still seems pretty yucky to me, though I concede belonging to a small and diminishing minority. When I go to a Japanese restaurant, I order the beef teriyaki. “You still eat beef?” I can hear someone saying with… CONTINUE READING