This should likely be moved to Mark Forester.
Talk about it here.
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Foresterfor other, similarly-named pages.
As he was only a chemical engineer and not a biologist, Forester neither understood nor cared about the disastrous effects DN6 would have on the Earth's environment, as it would destroy insects vital to agriculture as well as those harmful to it; and considered Arnold Farrow's refusal to grant approval for the manufacture of DN6 in the United Kingdom in June 1969 to be a petty bureaucratic roadblock.