Though some 800 million people on the planet now suffer from hunger or malnutrition, the majority of corn and soy grown in the world feeds cattle, pigs and chickens. This despite the inherent inefficiencies: about two to five times more grain is required to produce the same amount of calories through livestock as through direct grain consumption, according to Rosamond Naylor, an associate professor of economics at Stanford University. It is as much as 10 times more in the case of grain-fed beef in the United States.
Do you mean resistive?
The ridiculous number of issues voted on in the USA is a problem which needs to be solved by getting all of the crap off of the ballots
Wait, what? You are saying we should have less of a say in how the country runs?
The confusion of a staff member is measured by the length of his memos. -- New York Times, Jan. 20, 1981