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Americans also love to eat animals. This year, they will cook roughly twenty-seven billion pounds of beef, sliced from some thirty-five million cows. Additionally, they will consume roughly twenty-three billion pounds of pork, or the bodies of more than a hundred and fifteen million pigs, and thirty-eight billion pounds of poultry, some nine billion birds. Most of these creatures have been raised under conditions that are, as Americans know—or, at least, by this point have no excuse not to know—barbaric.
They can clone beef and pork, in factories, that could be underground, on barren mountain tops, out of the way, and they can clone the meat itself or the muscles, without consciousness/brain or soul involved?
Originally posted by cass1dy09
David Wilcock stated that the Amazon Basin alone could feed 20 billion people.
Originally posted by woodsmom
Our lifestyles have alot to do with that too. If we planted trees and seeds to feed ourselves, and get our exercise tending to them rather than using the fuel to travel to the store and gym everyday could you imagine the impact toward self sustainable? If we can properly steward the resources that are available to us on a daily basis then yes we can make a difference. ...