Fake Food Update (Public Board)

by JoFrance, Thursday, April 27, 2023, 18:52 (37 days ago)

This article gives me hope that they will fail in their quest to create fake meat.

“If alternative proteins are not successful, the Paris climate agreement goals are probably impossible” to meet, said Bruce Friedrich, president of the Good Food Institute, a nonprofit that advocates for alternative proteins. Beef and dairy cattle, along with other farm animals, are a major source of methane, a greenhouse gas."


Even if they manage to create some kind of concoction, who will want to eat it? I sure wouldn't. The climate change idiots can have it all. I'm waiting for them to start pushing soylent green products.

I find it hard to believe that beef and dairy cattle are so abundant that they're a "major" source of methane. My butcher told me today that beef shortages are coming, so where are all the beef cows that are producing the methane?


lying liars who lie

by ,ndo, Certifiable!, Friday, April 28, 2023, 20:40 (36 days ago) @ JoFrance

Beef and dairy cattle, along with other farm animals, are a major source of methane

I knew this was wrong from when I was involved in this work more than thirty years ago. That was when actual scientists were researching cow burps. They had already found that cow farts were not a significant source of atmospheric methane (and had moved on to burps).

Finding data these days is not easy. I did find this, though, which together says that cattle account for 12% of methane emissions. "Major source" my arse.

"Global methane (CH4) emissions produced by enteric fermentation in cattle were estimated at 73 million metric tons in 2020."

"the most recent comprehensive estimate [in 2020] suggests that annual global methane emissions are around 570 million tonnes (Mt)."

lying liars who lie

by JoFrance, Saturday, April 29, 2023, 18:02 (35 days ago) @ ,ndo

Governments waste a lot of money trying to prove their global warming baloney and I totally agree that finding data these days isn't easy. This is what a Google search pulls up:

"Beef and dairy cattle, along with pigs and other farm animals, contribute roughly 27% of methane emissions in the U.S., according to the EPA. Most of that comes from their belching; livestock manure accounts for an additional 10% of methane emissions."

This just isn't true, but it serves to bolster their progressive narrative and agenda. Any accurate information is censored now because they want to push their fake food on everyone.


anyone interested in writing a search engine?

by ,ndo, Certifiable!, Saturday, April 29, 2023, 18:48 (35 days ago) @ JoFrance

I totally agree that finding data these days isn't easy

Tragic, isn't it. The manipulation of search results is unacceptable.

Is anyone interested in writing a search engine? I appreciate the obstacles but it really does give me the shits. I've thought about it before but no way would I do it on my own.

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