Do The Math, by Hardscrabble Farmer

Simple statistical analysis demonstrates the world was a cooler place when it had considerably more ungulates farting that it does now. From Hardscrabble Farmer at theburningplatform.com:

We have been told- repeatedly and for years- that cattle production is one of the largest sources of greenhouse gasses and therefore we should no longer eat meat, or at least severely cut back in order to save the planet from a fiery/frigid end.

https://www.ucdavis.edu/food/news/making-cattle-more-sustainable

Inside the University of California, Davis, a Holstein cow has its head and neck sealed airtight inside a large, clear-plastic chamber that resembles an incubator for newborns. While giant tubes above the chamber pump air in and push air out, the cow calmly stands and eats her feed. Equipment inside a nearby trailer spits out data.

I have no idea if this is or is not true, but my senses tell me it is just another means of controlling people and forcing them to buckle to the demands of the globalist power brokers for whatever weird reasons they may have. In order to illuminate my understanding of the foundational mythology of their claims I decided to investigate a bit further, using their own data as the source material. A basic understanding of math was required- adding and subtracting- and with little more than fifteen minutes, an Internet connection, a pencil, and scrap of paper I was able to discover a flaw in their reasoning.

The current estimated population of cattle herds in America today numbers roughly 90 million head. Ungulates- hooved herbivores- digest plant matter in a series of digestive chambers. This isn’t a biology lesson so if you’d like more information regarding the process, please research further. In short, the breakdown of cellulose produces gasses that are released into the environment either causing or not causing ecological problem depending upon your perspective. It would stand to reason that the more animals that populate the landscape, the higher the level of gasses produced, right?

And prior to the 1500’s there were no cattle in North America, back when greenhouse gasses were not an issue and the climate was perfect because no meat, right? Therefore, the problem must- according to their data- be one of scale. A certain number of cattle are allowable, enough to produce an adequate number of filet mignons for the participants at a G-20 Summit, for example-

https://www.mofa.go.jp/policy/economy/g20_summit/osaka19/en/topics/foods_dinner_01.html

This Official Website of the G20 Osaka Summit is run by Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA). The Osaka Summit will be held on June 28 & 29, 2019.

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