Factory Farms (CAFO-GMO) ~ Not UNLIKE the Atomic Bombs! Jimmy Dean, Hormel ~ Really?

Factory Farms (CAFO-GMO) ~ Not UNLIKE the Atomic Bombs!
Instead of 2 catastrophic hits ~ We are bombarded by DAILY by GMO &
Campaign for taking Down the Wall of ‘disease-causing’ GMO
It is not about Race ~ Greed that Keeps us in Poverty & on Medicare 
~ As life altering as being bombarded by an enemy!
It is about Knowledge, Science & Wisdom ~ Not to keep kicking the ‘homeless can’ down-the road ~ but to Stop the unethical practices over milling, over diluting the Plant Protein & heat altering Oil (motor-like Inflammatory), Roasting ~ nut allergies & Pasteurization (making Ice cream (all modern dairy) ‘ticking time bombs-) Changing Omega 3 (Brain food) Natural foods making them Inflammatory (Body only foods ~ disease causing!
~ GMO allows for Cheap & Tasty BUT Nothing for the CNS & Brain
To End Homelessness ~ BAN GMO & the Factory Farm cannot Survive! Revert back to Animals in the Pasture ~ Unaltered (over-heating over milling for shelf life) Plant protein ~ remove Factory Meat, Dairy & Eggs & they will start filling out Job applications & be able to hold sustainable Jobs!

‘Ignorance & desire’ ~ keep us in Poverty ~Charles Dickens ~

Not to Mention ~ the Unfathomable Abuse of Animals ~ as turn a blind eye to satisfy Cheap Tasty Body only Food ~ That is a one way street to the Doctor’s office, Medicare & the Nursing home!

Help Create Awareness OF CAFO Contribution to Greenhouse Gas
** CAFO waste (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation)-Over 168 Gases are Emitted by Factory Farms ~ Major Cause of ‘Global Warming’-
Ban GMO & CAFOs Go Away!

We approaching a PARADIGM SHIFT!

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Read more about ~ comparable devastation of Atomic Bombs!
Long-term health effects of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombs …

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/08/160811120353.htm

The bombs immediately devastated their targets. Over the next two to four months, the acute effects of the atomic bombings killed 90,000–146,000 people in Hiroshima and 39,000–80,000 people in Nagasaki; roughly half of the deaths in each city occurred on the first day.
Atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_bombings_of_Hiroshima_and_Nagasaki

Read More about Abuse, Neglect & Disease in Factory Farm Synthetic food & the damage to the environment~
Factory Farming and Human Health – Farm Sanctuary

https://www.farmsanctuary.org/…/factory-farming/factory-farming-and-hu…

Since the 1950s, antibiotics have been used on factory farms to increase the … Today, an estimated 70 percent of the antibiotics used in the U.S. are given to farm … H1N1 was likely caused by the overcrowding of pigs on factory farms and the …

Factory Farming and the Environment – Farm Sanctuary

https://www.farmsanctuary.org/…/factory-farming/factory-farming-and-the…

Factory farms yield a relatively small amount of meat, dairy, and eggs for this input, … The EPA has estimated that, between 1990 and 2005, methane emissions …

Other Health Risks of the Meat Industry | PETA

https://www.peta.org/issues/animals-used-for…/health-risks-meat-industry/

Aug 4, 2019 – How Factory Farms Affect Human Health. Factory farms and the contamination that they produce cause illnesses in humans that range from brain damage and depression to miscarriage and birth defects. They are also responsible for antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections and severe respiratory problems.

[PDF]
Factory Farming in America – The Humane Society of the United States

https://www.humanesociety.org/…/factory-farming-in-america-true-cost.pd…Jan 23, 2002 – health and prosperity of rural communities at stake,” printed on February 28, … jeopardize the welfare of the animals, but damage communities, public health, the … Factory farms have made it increasingly difficult, if not impossible, ….. The EPA has estimated that “all confined animals generate 3 times more …

Environmental damage | Compassion in World Farming

https://www.ciwf.org.uk/factory-farming/environmental-damage/

Factory farming is a dirty business, contaminating the natural world and … We now know that man-made climate change is real and that it poses a great threat to the … are projected to increase over time, with potentially devastating effects. … We rely on the health of ecosystems for our general well-being – they provide our  …

Hidden Costs of Industrial Agriculture | Union of Concerned Scientists

https://www.ucsusa.org/…agriculture/…/industrial-agriculture/hidden-costs-…

Industrial farming is bad for the health of workers, eaters, and downstream … ” dead zones” and toxic algae blooms caused by farm runoff do damage with an …
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Factory Farming & Food Safety | Food & Water Watch

https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org › … › Get Active Where You Live

Factory farming is an unsustainable method of raising food animals that … power, misguided farm policy, and weak environmental and public health regulations. … Exposure to air pollutants can lead to respiratory illness, in fact an estimated one … Idaho had two deaths in 2016 caused by workers falling into dairy manure …

Why factory farming is not just cruel – but also a threat to all life on the …

https://www.theguardian.com/…/factory-farming-destructive-wasteful-cruel-s…
Oct 4, 2017 – The world desperately needs joined-up action on industrial farming … We shouldn’t look to the sea to bail us out because commercial fisheries are expected to be finished by 2048 … Factory farming in Asia creating global health risks, report warns …. We’ve played chicken with food safety … and we’ve lost.

Opinion | Health Leaders Must Focus on the Threats From Factory Farms

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/…/who-factory-farming-meat-industry-.html
May 21, 2017 – Producing meat on an industrial scale has had damaging health and … at the University of Washington has estimated that over half a million …

11 Facts About Factory Farms and the Environment | DoSomething.org

https://www.dosomething.org/…/11-facts-about-factory-farms-and-environ…
Factory farming accounts for 37% of methane (CH4) emissions, which has more than … Globally, deforestation for animal grazing and feed crops is estimated to emit 2.4 billion … “Pollution from Giant Livestock Farms Threatens Public Health.

Almost 63% of the buildings in Hiroshima were completely destroyed and many more were damaged. In total, 92% of the structures in the city were either destroyed or damaged by blast and fire. Estimates of total deaths in Hiroshima have generally ranged between 100,000 and 180,000, out of a population of 350,000.

[PDF] nber.org
Occupational choice in early industrializing societies: Experimental evidence on the income and health effects of industrial and entrepreneurial work
C Blattman, S Dercon – 2016 – nber.org
… Most had had no work in at least a month, and outside the factories, most local work opportunities
were informal: casual labor, home enterprises, or agricultural work … factory Site typ e … beverage,
and commercial farming sectors, and thus different from positions in higher-skill …
Cited by 54 Related articles All 13 versions
[PDF] villanova.edu
Goodbye family farms and hello agribusiness: the story of how agricultural policy is destroying the family farm and the environment
MJ Wender – Vill. Envtl. LJ, 2011 – HeinOnline
… 102 In response, the EPA negotiated an administrative consent agreement (ACO) with the factory
farm industry.103 … The answer takes us back to the Farm Bill … Large farming operations were
formerly impossible because a prohibitive amount of land was needed for livestock to …
Cited by 35 Related articles All 3 versions
Environmental impact and site-specific human health risks of chromium in the vicinity of a ferro-alloy manufactory, China
Z Wang, J Chen, L Chai, Z Yang, S Huang… – Journal of hazardous …, 2011 – Elsevier
… Human exposure to Cr was mainly due to dietary food intake in farming locations and due to … was
in operation from 1958 and is one of the China’s major ferro-alloy factories, with an … to be female
farmers, which is because almost all of male farmers work in the ferro-alloy factory …
Cited by 78 Related articles All 8 versions
[PDF] researchgate.net
Causes and health consequences of environmental degradation and social injustice
M Donohoe – Social Science & Medicine, 2003 – Elsevier
… are the need for new agricultural settlements, spurred by overpopulation, poverty, and
unsustainable farming practices, and in … A growing number of factory farms, which generate 1.4
billion tons of large untreated sewage per year, have replaced industrial factories as the …
Cited by 180 Related articles All 23 versions
[HTML] nih.gov
[HTML] Disease risks from foods, England and Wales, 1996–2000
GK Adak, SM Meakins, H Yip, BA Lopman… – Emerging infectious …, 2005 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… Red meat (beef, lamb, and pork) contributed heavily to deaths, despite lower levels of risk (287,485
cases, risk = 24, case-fatality … infection at a national level are available (3,4). We refined the
techniques used to estimate the acute health effects and the risks associated with …
Cited by 377 Related articles All 20 versions
[PDF] philpapers.org
What’s wrong with factory farming?
J Anomaly – Public Health Ethics, 2015 – academic.oup.com
… and battery cages for hens, Germany has banned cages and crates for all farm animals … would
prefer to provide an enriched environment for animals fear that other farmers will exploit … While
I agree that people who understand the costs of factory farming have a moral obligation …
Cited by 28 Related articles All 7 versions
[PDF] semanticscholar.org
Antibiotic resistance: What is the impact of agricultural uses of antibiotics on children’s health?
KM Shea – Pediatrics, 2003 – Am Acad Pediatrics
Skip to main content. Skip to main content. AAP Gateway. Search for this keyword.
Source All Journals. Advanced Search ». User menu …
Cited by 191 Related articles All 5 versions
[HTML] uclouvain.be
Review and meta-analysis of risk estimates for prostate cancer in pesticide manufacturing workers
G Van Maele-Fabry, V Libotte, J Willems… – Cancer Causes & …, 2006 – Springer
… Reviews and meta-analyses focussing on farming, pesticide application and related occupational
categories suggest an … 2 factories among 10 eligible companies: A: accident in 1963 B: no accident …
36, 39, 64, 79]; (f) phenoxy unlikely contaminated: [26 plant IVA, 28 factory B, 39 …
Cited by 104 Related articles All 10 versions
[PDF] nyujlpp.org
You Are What Your Food Eats: How Regulation of Factory Farm Conditions Could Improve Human Health and Animal Welfare Alike
AS Stathopoulos – NYUJ Legis. & Pub. Pol’y, 2010 – HeinOnline
… raises a number of the key animal welfare concerns that are associated with factory farming … Animal
Factories, http://www.ucsusa.org/food-and-agriculturescience-and-impacts … 64 To prevent these
conditions, factory farmers must administer a constant supply of chemical …
Cited by 33 Related articles All 2 versions
[PDF] univie.ac.at
Meat and morality: Alternatives to factory farming
EB Pluhar – Journal of agricultural and environmental ethics, 2010 – Springer
… Farmers in affluent countries seldom have the legal option to slaughter their own animals … A.,
& Word. A. (2008). Day—factory farming. Wsmith@wordsmith.org. Accessed 19 March
2008.Google Scholar. World Farm Animals Day. (2008). US animal death statistics …
Cited by 88 Related articles All 13 versions
[PDF] nber.org
Occupational choice in early industrializing societies: Experimental evidence on the income and health effects of industrial and entrepreneurial work
C Blattman, S Dercon – 2016 – nber.org
… Most had had no work in at least a month, and outside the factories most local work opportunities
were informal: casual labor, home enterprises, or agricultural work … factory Site typ e … beverage,
and commercial farming sectors, and thus different from positions in higher-skill …
Cited by 54 Related articles All 13 versions
[PDF] villanova.edu
Goodbye family farms and hello agribusiness: the story of how agricultural policy is destroying the family farm and the environment ~ MJ Wender – Vill. Envtl. LJ, 2011 – HeinOnline
… 102 In response, the EPA negotiated an administrative consent agreement (ACO) with the factory
farm industry.103 … The an- swer takes us back to the Farm Bill … Large farming operations were
formerly impossible because a prohibitive amount of land was needed for livestock to …
Cited by 35 Related articles All 3 versions
Environmental impact and site-specific human health risks of chromium in the vicinity of a ferro-alloy manufactory, China
Z Wang, J Chen, L Chai, Z Yang, S Huang… – Journal of hazardous …, 2011 – Elsevier
… Human exposure to Cr was mainly due to dietary food intake in farming locations and due to … was
in operation from 1958 and is one of the China’s major ferro-alloy factories, with an … to be female
farmers, which is because almost all of male farmers work in the ferro-alloy factory …
Cited by 78 Related articles All 8 versions
[PDF] researchgate.net
Causes and health consequences of environmental degradation and social injustice
M Donohoe – Social Science & Medicine, 2003 – Elsevier
… are the need for new agricultural settlements, spurred by overpopulation, poverty, and
unsustainable farming practices, and in … A growing number of factory farms, which generate 1.4
billion tons of large untreated sewage per year, have replaced industrial factories as the …
Cited by 180 Related articles All 23 versions
[HTML] nih.gov
[HTML] Disease risks from foods, England and Wales, 1996–2000
GK Adak, SM Meakins, H Yip, BA Lopman… – Emerging infectious …, 2005 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… Red meat (beef, lamb, and pork) contributed heavily to deaths, despite lower levels of risk (287,485
cases, risk = 24, case-fatality … infection at a national level are available (3,4). We refined the
techniques used to estimate the acute health effects and the risks associated with …
Cited by 377 Related articles All 20 versions
[PDF] philpapers.org
What’s wrong with factory farming?
J Anomaly – Public Health Ethics, 2015 – academic.oup.com
… and battery cages for hens, Germany has banned cages and crates for all farm animals … would
prefer to provide an enriched environment for animals fear that other farmers will exploit … While
I agree that people who understand the costs of factory farming have a moral obligation …
Cited by 28 Related articles All 7 versions
[PDF] semanticscholar.org
Antibiotic resistance: What is the impact of agricultural uses of antibiotics on children’s health?
KM Shea – Pediatrics, 2003 – Am Acad Pediatrics
Skip to main content. Skip to main content. AAP Gateway. Search for this keyword.
Source All Journals. Advanced Search ». User menu …
Cited by 191 Related articles All 5 versions
[HTML] uclouvain.be
Review and meta-analysis of risk estimates for prostate cancer in pesticide manufacturing workers
G Van Maele-Fabry, V Libotte, J Willems… – Cancer Causes & …, 2006 – Springer
… Reviews and meta-analyses focussing on farming, pesticide application and related occupational
categories suggest an … 2 factories among 10 eligible companies: A: accident in 1963 B: no accident …
36, 39, 64, 79]; (f) phenoxy unlikely contaminated: [26 plant IVA, 28 factory B, 39 …
Cited by 104 Related articles All 10 versions
[PDF] nyujlpp.org
You Are What Your Food Eats: How Regulation of Factory Farm Conditions Could Improve Human Health and Animal Welfare Alike
AS Stathopoulos – NYUJ Legis. & Pub. Pol’y, 2010 – HeinOnline
… raises a number of the key animal welfare concerns that are associated with factory farming … Animal
Factories, http://www.ucsusa.org/food-and-agriculturescience-and-impacts … 64 To prevent these
conditions, factory farmers must administer a constant supply of chemical …
Cited by 33 Related articles All 2 versions
[PDF] univie.ac.at
Meat and morality: Alternatives to factory farming
EB Pluhar – Journal of agricultural and environmental ethics, 2010 – Springer
… Farmers in affluent countries seldom have the legal option to slaughter their own animals … A.,
& Word. A. (2008). Day—factory farming. Wsmith@wordsmith.org. Accessed 19 March
2008.Google Scholar. World Farm Animals Day. (2008). US animal death statistics …
Cited by 88 Related articles All 13 versions
Help Create Awareness OF CAFO Contribution to Greenhouse Gas
** CAFO waste (Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation)-Over 168 Gases are Emitted by Factory Farms ~ Major Cause of ‘Global Warming’-
Ban GMO & CAFOs Go Away!

We approaching a PARADIGM SHIFT!

MY POSTS ~ MY STORY ON WORDPRESS~
Dee Hinkle on LinkedIn
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dee-hinkle-32872b13a/detail/recent-activity/shares/
My Posts ~ My Story on WordPress~ My Posts ~
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