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    Default More anti meat propoganda

    No science behind the drive for less meat.

    Backyard barbecue under fire as UN report suggests governments move to limit meat eating

    http://flip.it/gpaK7u
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    Default Microorganisms qualify as Meat

    Surprise: Bees Need Meat Microbes in flowers are crucial to bee diets, and microbiome changes could be starving the insects
    This partly explains why the use of fungicides and pesticides in plant food production is reducing our insect populations. There was a time when cleaning dead bugs from the windscreen and front of car was a routine chore. I live in a area of grain/rape production so although it's open country it's intensively farmed and no insects or many birds.

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    Interesting article Ted. There's been a lor of press about the decline in bees, dues to pesticides, but this is really bad news.
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    And this article popped on FB in defence of meat and very anti Harvard.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2019/08/...f-old-england/
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    Quote Originally Posted by TedHutchinson View Post
    Surprise: Bees Need Meat Microbes in flowers are crucial to bee diets, and microbiome changes could be starving the insects
    This partly explains why the use of fungicides and pesticides in plant food production is reducing our insect populations. There was a time when cleaning dead bugs from the windscreen and front of car was a routine chore. I live in a area of grain/rape production so although it's open country it's intensively farmed and no insects or many birds.
    Amazing article Ted. Thank you!
    Gilli - DLTBGYD but more importantly KCHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by roseymary View Post
    And this article popped on FB in defence of meat and very anti Harvard.

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2019/08/...f-old-england/
    I am afraid his tone rather put me off, although his message is probably a good one. Thanks for sharing RM!
    Gilli - DLTBGYD but more importantly KCHO

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