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  1. michael pierzga
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    Youre not thinking straight.

    Animals can survive on land that is not suitable for agriculture.

    Aniamls can survive in climates not suitable to agriculture.

    Study sheep, the Llama , the reindeer......
     
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    Drinking again are we
     
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    I dont drink.... .

    If you dont have anything intelligent to say I suggest you stand upright, stop dragging your knuckles , climb back up your tree and eat some tasty bananas
     
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    I remember you sending me a picture at a bar of your booze and offering me adrink at the time you sent emails to boat design HMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
     
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    There are a number of issues being discussed that aren't being clearly separated.

    1) Ethical treatment of animals (and plants?) I've not commented on this, but others have.

    2) Which type of diet is most healthful/natural for humans? It appears that a mostly-vegetarian omnivorous diet is.

    3) What types of food can be produced in a particular locale? Clearly, some animals can survive on land/water where it is difficult to grow sufficient human plant food.

    4) Climate Change, pollution, ecology, etc? The growing of feedlot animals is very damaging/resource intensive. However, mono-crop industrial-scale plant-growing is also very harmful.
     
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    Dietary recomendations have been around a long time.

    the 25 percent rule

    25 percent grains, 25 percent vegatables, 25 percent fruit, 25 percent protien...meat fish poultry
     
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    michael pierzga said as you can see link with picture
    http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/all-things-boats-and-boating/whats-going-china-45328-9.html

    Sure...its right before my eyes !!

    Beautiful

    Ice cold

    I love beer.............Need one ? got plenty



    HMMMMMMMMMMMMM
     
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    “I'm not upset that you lied to me, I'm upset that from now on I can't believe you.”
    ― Friedrich Nietzsche
     
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    I won't argue with your formulation, but for those interested in a strictly vegetarian diet it is quite possible to get sufficient protein from plants alone. One argument made in favor of meat eating is that animal products supply a complete protein unavailable in plant-only diets. However, a diet that has a combination of two or more of either legumes (beans), nuts, or grains, will also provide a complete protein mix in ones diet. So, for instance, a traditional Mexican diet of corn tortillas (grain) and beans, will supply a balanced protein. Or the Japanese diet of soybeans and rice.

    I've also "heard" that the more similar a protein type is to ones own body, the more likely certain types of diseases are to be transmitted. So eating human flesh is the most risky, followed by primate flesh. Next may be mammal flesh, then fish and fowl. Least risky (because they are the most different) are plant proteins. I've not recently researched this, so take this with a grain of salt (and pepper).
     
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    My two sons have never eaten flesh and are strong as any child if stronger and do not get sick like the other children do.
    A pictue of Myark when he was four years old kicking bag shows no problem with no meat or fish entering his body during his life.

    Also

    Olympic vegetarians: the elite athletes who shun meat

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandst...-armitstead-vegetarian-athletes-olympics-2012
     

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    More important to sustainability is the amount you consume. Western countries are almost double the recommended daily caloric value.

    Food watse is also a big issue.
     
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    “It is better to offer no excuse than a bad one.” George Washington
     

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