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Vegans Are From Vegas: The Great Bacon Debate

 

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Presents A Gander At A Sizzling Vegas Style Match: Logan Blake vs. Hoax Busters Call Vegan Live Debate

A winter solstice interruption...

Breaking News – Bacon Flies & The World Health Organization Claims:

"7. Red meat was classified as Group 2A, probably carcinogenic to humans. What does this mean exactly?"

"Limited evidence means that a positive association has been observed between exposure to the agent and cancer but that other explanations for the observations (technically termed chance, bias, or confounding) could not be ruled out."

source: http://www.who.int/features/qa/cancer-red-meat/en/

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(Please excuse any type or gibberish you may come across.)


A Vegas Title Card Match: Logan Blake vs. Hoax Busters Call Vegan Live Debate.

Science means "probably". Let's say you are on a passenger jet, the Captain's authoritative voice comes over the intercom to tell you and your fellow in flight passengers the gospel-like "Good News" that your plane will "Probably" land safely at its destination. It will probably not crash. And then you are informed that the flight will "probably" include a film and that the stewardesses would "probably' come around with meat free in flight snacks. The pilot then informs you that you really need to ignore the flying pigs the passenger jet will "probably" not encounter on its flight. The vegan meme, if it "takes flight" as it seems to be starting to, is one that will take time to achieve. The seeming goal of switching the average civilized human diet to an animal free one does seem to be something that is ready to "take off". I am all for doing something about industrial scale animal farming of both humanity and animals, but the fact of Nature is clear. Animals do eat other animals. Human beings are no different. What we might not want to do is over eat in the first place. We need not over consume and not end up over weight and with troubled colons in the first place. "Probably" is the start of real research, thought and investigation not the end. External peer reviewed reports are claims and advertising more than evidence. The Devil is always in the details and the individual must decide these things for themselves, based on common sense reasoning and not campaign like, identity generating sloganeering. Why self identify as what you eat? If you want to eat vegan, go ahead. If that diet works for you, good. Do you think you need to make believe you are saving the World in the process? Do you need to have your ego inflated and do you need to identify as your cuisine choices? Keep in mind, I'd rather these same people spend their effort doing something about the obviously fraudulent profit based criminal justice business enterprise that keeps spreading like a very real, demonstrable cancer. How about spreading some good old fashioned jury nullification talk?

Government is the true human meat consuming systematic beast most simply "overcook".

Besides, bacon tastes good. Edward Bernays had it easy. Bacon sells itself. In this case the sizzle is the steak. I'm getting hungry, I could go for a bacon cheeseburger deluxe from the local diner...

Happy Winter Solstice! AA Morris

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Welcome Lost Vegans...

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Vegans are From Las Vegas: What are the odds?

Lucky Number 7: All Little Piggies Go To Heaven!

"7. Red meat was classified as Group 2A, probably carcinogenic to humans. What does this mean exactly?"

"n the case of red meat, the classification is based on limited evidence from epidemiological studies showing positive associations between eating red meat and developing colorectal cancer as well as strong mechanistic evidence."

"Limited evidence means that a positive association has been observed between exposure to the agent and cancer but that other explanations for the observations (technically termed chance, bias, or confounding) could not be ruled out."

source: http://www.who.int/features/qa/cancer-red-meat/en/


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Vegan is in!

"Nov 14, 2017 - “The fast-food industry has successfully answered a need by providing a convenient way to get our meals on the go while at the same time delivering a consistent taste experience. The downside is that, by and large, this type of food isn't very good for you,” says Harris. “Our goal has been to inspire people ..."

source: Move Over McDonald's, The Future Of Fast Food Is Vegan - Forbes

"Update: Four McDonald's locations in Tampere, Finland, are now testing a vegan burger. The “McVegan” includes these fixings: vegan McFeast sauce, lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles. As the demand for plant-based food skyrockets, we think this burger is about to become a cruelty-free classic, gracing the menus of ..."

source: McDonald's Vegan Hamburger Introduced in Norway | PETA


Don't tell, but we are food too...

Scientists say the silliest things:

"One trend is clear: Humans are becoming more carnivorous."

"When it comes to making food yummy and pleasurable, humans clearly outshine their fellow animals on Earth. After all, you don't see rabbits caramelizing carrots or polar bears slow-roasting seal. Instead, we sit somewhere between pigs and anchovies, scientists reported recently. That puts us right in the middle of the chain, with polar bears and orca whales occupying the highest position. For the first time, ecologists have calculated exactly where humans rank on the food chain and how it's been changing over the past 50 years. One trend is clear: Humans are becoming more carnivorous. But in terms of the global food chain, Homo sapiens are definitely not the head honchos. On average, people around the world get about 80 percent of their daily calories from fruits, vegetables and grains. The other 20 percent comes from meat, poultry and fish, scientists at the French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea in Sete found."

source: Between Pigs And Anchovies: Where Humans Rank On The Food - NPR

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"Red meat – such as beef, lamb and pork – can form part of a healthy diet. But eating a lot of red and processed meat probably increases your risk of bowel (colorectal) cancer."

"That’s why the Department of Health advises people who eat more than 90 grams (cooked weight) of red and processed meat a day to cut down to 70 grams, which is the average daily consumption in the UK."

"Red meat is a good source of protein and provides vitamins and minerals, such as iron and zinc."

"But evidence shows that there is probably a link between eating red and processed meat and the risk of bowel cancer. People who eat a lot of these meats are at higher risk of bowel cancer than those who eat small amounts."

"What is World Cancer Research Fund’s advice?"

"Eat no more than 500g (cooked weight) a week of red meat, such as beef, pork and lamb. Eat little, if any, processed meat such as ham and bacon. This is because the evidence suggests eating 500g or less of red meat a week doesn’t significantly increase bowel cancer risk. Red meat is also a good source of valuable nutrients, such as protein, iron, zinc and vitamin B12, so it can contribute to a healthy, balanced diet. Processed meat on the other hand has less valuable nutrients and can be high in fat and salt, so if you eat red meat it’s best to choose fresh, unprocessed meat."

"Currently there is no strong evidence that eating red or processed meat increases the risk of other cancers. The Continuous Update Project publishes reports on updated reviews of evidence so that any changes in the evidence can be reflected in our Cancer Prevention Recommendations."

source: Red meat and bowel cancer risk – how strong is the evidence? | World ...  •  Red meat and bowel cancer risk - NHS Choices

Siting Studies is Not Science

The proverbial devil is in reproducible detail. The mass produced screen you are using to read these words is an example of a demonstrable result of many years of real science. Siting studies out of context and with peer reviewed assurance is not science. These are claims. This is peer reviewed gossip that too many take for gospel without even looking at the peer reviewed fine print. Self education and real critical thinking places the burden of responsibility on the adult mind and not some outsourced external authoritative source. A true authority can demonstrate exactly why they claim what they do. Even still, the non expert is still entitled to their own opinion, behavior and belief systems. If we claim otherwise, we then support a very real form of mental tyranny.


Your Life in 2027: Trapped in The Inter-Net of Things

Free will be gone!

Your Life in 2027: A Look at the Future | Vivek Wadhwa (Full Video)  source: Big Think

Get ready for a vegan based internet of things life style.

Imagine the label on your underwear connected to the internet of things and your health insurance policy...

This is literally what the guy in this video is selling and people are going to demand this be implemented, I'd wager. Imagine having no free will and no chance to make the "wrong" choice. This is what the real "internet of things" based mental diet of the future would seem to hold in store. Not a world I'd want to live in.