It's good to know the ways our tax-supported researchers are enabling
agricultural insanity. How many of the turkeys will be used as nothing more
than (tasteless, frozen) supermarket loss leaders at Thanksgiving?
Perhaps the hiding place is the hideous, large-scale, indoor turkey
production facilities and in the drugs and insipid, industrial food that
turkeys are given. (This hiding place is invisible to the microbiologist's
Around here turkeys live outside eating a variety of foods, in smallish
flocks, with lots of fresh air, pure water, exercise and sunlight.
I appreciate this approach to living myself. I wouldn't be surprised if I
got some strange immune related viruses if forced to live crowded together
indoors on an unchanging diet of GE and industrially-raised food, breathing
an atmosphere laced with ammonia.
The USDA researchers here may be like the drunk who is looking for his keys
underneath the street light, not because that's where he lost them, but
because that's where the light is.
As far as I know, the USDA has no researchers who have the expertise to
look holistically at a system to diagnose system-caused diseases.
I suspect that much of the diabetes, heart disease, and immune disorders in
the humans in this country are also (industrial-food/living) system-caused
When will the ARS show some real intelligence?
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