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Borlaug was also featured in an episode of Penn Teller: Bullshit!, where he was referred to as the "Greatest Human Being That Ever Lived".
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A week later, Borlaug discovered that his seeds were germinating at less than half the normal rate.
Borlaug Act of 2006.In plant pathology and genetics from the, university of Minnesota in 1942.Harrar immediately set out to hire Borlaug as head of the newly established Cooperative Wheat Research and Production Program in Mexico; Borlaug declined, choosing to finish his war service at DuPont."Father of 'Green Revolution' Dies"."Norman Borlaug's Wife Dies at 95"."Norman Borlaug, Senior Consultant in Agriculture".As a result, the genotype of the backcrossed progeny becomes increasingly similar to that of the recurrent parent.Unless progress with agricultural yields remains very strong, the next century will experience sheer human misery that, on a numerical scale, will exceed the worst of everything that has come before".