industrial cattle farming

The McPocalypse: Twice the Pestilence, Half the Cost

I don’t typically write this type of blog because, let’s face it, I’m not a learned environmentalist or scientists. But this seems pretty straightforward, although I’m sure people can criticize my assumptions.

 

Nothing new here, something most people know, but it’s interesting/depressing and I think we need to be reminded, every now and again.

 

Fast Food = Cheap Burgers

Cheap Burgers = Industrial Farming

Industrial Farming = Lower Costs

Lower Costs = Minimal Product Loss

Minimal Product Loss = Low Livestock Rate of Mortality

Low Livestock Rate of Mortality = Minimizing Disease in Livestock

Minimizing Disease in Livestock = Overuse of Antibiotics

Overuse of Antibiotics = Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Livestock

Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Livestock = Eventual Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Humans

Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Humans = Incurable Disease That Can Spread

Incurable Disease That Can Spread = Potential High Mortality Rate in Humans

High Mortality Rate in Humans = Substantial Reduction in Population

Substantial Reduction in Population = Potential Apocalyptic Scenario

Apocalyptic Scenario = Fast Food Chains No Longer Required

 

So, in a nutshell, fast food and industrial farming, in addition to the major environmental impact they have, could result in incurable diseases in humans and the end of society as we know it, which includes eliminating the need for fast food restaurants.

 

Greed and overabundance eventually eliminate itself. Unfortunately, between now and then, there could be a lot of devastation.

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