Eat a carrot, hurt the economy? Sometimes


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proving once again that all they worry about is money. to hell with people's health. we gotta make a buck.

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people's health to some people are bucks too.

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No health, no wealth.

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I'm going to eat as many carrots as I want. Those third world natins should just get their act together.

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“There are things happening in the rest of the world that this model didn’t account for,” said Julian Morris, executive director of International Policy Network, a London-based think tank. “The increasing demand for meat in Asia is substantial, ongoing, and might counteract any reduced demand in developed countries.”

Precisely. Plus, whichever country exports meat, can just as well export dairy products (including perhaps "artisanal" ones).

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Ridiculous egghead economists. I'm not going to sacrifice my health for the nation's.

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yeah, once again we see some economists fail in matching reality with their broken models and thus coming to weird conclusions. Would it hurt the economy if we stopped supporting useless research?

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