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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Not quite, but...

    I'm a vegetarian and became one out of the principal of ahimsa (non violence in thought, word and deed) and compassion and respect for all life. I favor stopping treating sentient beings as products but it's interesting to me that the WEF crowd make no such arguments about compassion but make bull$#@! claims about nitrogen and other lies. Why not encourage compassion and, since it's govt we're talking about (especially in Europe), subsidize/incentivise those who switch to growing crops? I can only conclude it's because they don't care about compassion for animals.
    'Here......Once again, we have gathered in the depths of a small Cotswold town called Stow-On-the Wold, among the town and country folk, we can witness the lesser spotted Karens, going about other peoples business, in their natural habitat'.......

    -In the voice of Sir David Attenborough



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    Quote Originally Posted by susano View Post
    I can only conclude it's because they don't care about compassion for animals.
    Did you catch the menu at Davos when they met?

    No, certainly not more than for us human animals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Did you catch the menu at Davos when they met?

    No, certainly not more than for us human animals.
    Yes, I did, and they're not vegetarians.
    'Here......Once again, we have gathered in the depths of a small Cotswold town called Stow-On-the Wold, among the town and country folk, we can witness the lesser spotted Karens, going about other peoples business, in their natural habitat'.......

    -In the voice of Sir David Attenborough

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptUSA View Post


    https://slaynews.com/news/wef-pushes...limate-change/
    The World Economic Forum (WEF) is calling on governments to ban the general public from growing their own food at home by arguing that they are causing “climate change.”

    According to so-called “experts” behind a recent WEF study, researchers apparently discovered that the “carbon footprint” of home-grown food is “destroying the planet.”

    As a result, the WEF and other globalist climate zealots are now demanding that governments intervene and ban individuals from growing their own food in order to “save the planet” from “global warming.”

    The research indicated that resorting to garden-to-table produce causes a far greater carbon footprint than conventional agricultural practices, such as rural farms.

    This research, conducted by WEF-funded scientists at the University of Michigan, was published in the journal Nature Cities.

    The study looked at different types of urban farms to see how much carbon dioxide (CO2) was produced when growing food.

    On average, a serving of food made from traditional farms creates 0.07 kilogram (kg) of CO2, according to the study.

    However, the WEF-funded researchers claim that the impact on the environment is almost five times higher at 0.34kg per portion for individual city gardens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Occam's Banana View Post
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    On a related note:
    If you live in a state that has decriminalized cannabis, start growing some.
    It doesn't matter whether you partake or not. I don't, and I always have a plant or three going.
    What it does, is forces you to learn how to grow - and everything you learn about cannabis translates directly to other plants. Plus the turnaround is as short as 2 months. I learned more about NPK ratios and deficiencies, nurturing seedlings, pruning, grow lights, etc than I ever would have working with one set of tomatoes a year.
    Also, if you set up an indoor operation, everything about growing cannabis is still kinda engineered around keeping things on the DL. You learn how to grow inside a tent with low-wattage lights that not only save you money, but don't generate the heat or the energy usage spikes that they've used in the past to figure out whether you're running a grow operation.
    WHAT THE F*** DID YOU THINK​ WAS GOING TO HAPPEN???

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    Quote Originally Posted by fisharmor View Post
    Yeah, well, you've already collected as many flies with vinegar as you're gonna.

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