Say, Could Turkey Poop Help Stop ‘Climate Change’?

This is obviously time for Thanksgiving

Could turkey poop help stop climate change? An Israeli research team thinks so.

None of us want to think too hard about the turkeys we are about to eat on Thanksgiving. We especially don’t need to think about the excrement they produce.

But what if that excrement could help halt climate change?

According to researchers at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University, turkey excrement — along with waste produced by other poultry, like chicken — could partially replace coal as a renewable energy resource and reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.

“Treated excrement from turkeys, chickens and other poultry, when converted to combustible solid biomass fuel, could replace approximately 10 percent of coal used in electricity generation, reducing greenhouse gases and providing an alternative energy source,” the university said Monday in a news release.

Well, it’s good that they’re talking about poop, since that’s what this whole thing is: a bunch of mule fritters propagated by pull who are so full of it that their shoes are swimming in brown stuff and we need hip waders to get past them.

As a bonus, we have this

Yes, it’s as stupid as you think. Apparently, because one woman, Brigid Shulte, married a jerk, well, every married man is now a 1950’s sexist.

BTW, why is that everyone needs to tell everyone in the world their Victimhood story?

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2 Responses to “Say, Could Turkey Poop Help Stop ‘Climate Change’?”

  1. Blick says:

    “BTW, why is that everyone needs to tell everyone in the world their Victimhood story?”
    Because it is the only moral standing that they have. Given the corruption, collusion, rioting, sexual harassment, name calling, and insults from the dem-leftists victimhood is all they have left.
    Once upon a time it was “growing up I had a hard time; But I overcame it.” Now, the story is: “I had a tough time; pay me.”

    • Jeffery says:

      Did you read the article? Clearly TEACH didn’t. It was not about victimhood but was about problem solving. As the author pointed out, she was just as much at fault as her husband. They solved (mostly) their issues by talking openly and honestly. Good advice.

      Your knee-jerk reaction was to yell about leftists even though the article was apolitical. Progressives have not cornered the market on victimhood – note that conservatives have invented a war on Christmas, a war on Christianity, the war on men, the war on the confederacy, “gun grabbers”, American communists, Black men, Muslims and Mexicans out to kill them, etc…

      You should read the article.

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