It can still get you killed!
...with a smile on your face.
Yeaaaaah, no. They couldn't. Remember who runs Tesla?
I've had enough, first the click farmers, and now Planters© peanuts!
Wait...maybe I'm just hungry.
Or, more realistically, you're an idiot.
What they're trying to say, albeit poorly, is that from the waiter available for irrigation, drinking water, pools, lawn care, etc., a large amount is being used for irrigation. Because there is a shortage for everything else, they're saying about is being used for irrigating various crops, which in turn adds up to how much is being used for meat production.
Just because they say how much is being "used" doesn't mean they are implying it is gone forever. There is a finite supply (at current climatalogical conditions) of fresh water to use at one time. If you drain a lake to irrigate crops, the lake is still dry even if the water is still in the local environment.
If it is the Satoshi Nakamoto, there is a pattern: a complete lack of the understanding of how personal privacy works on the internet.
- He uses his own name, or at least a variation on it, when he created bitcoin.
- He outs himself assuming he'd still maintain privacy because he's no longer "involved."
The fact that he's fairly old adds to the evidence. If he were in his mid 20s he'd never have used his real name or outted himself because he'd understand how privacy works (or rather, doesn't work) with respect to the internet.