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Bread Causes Global Warming

March 2, 2017

By Paul Homewood

 

h/t Dave Ward

 

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We have already been told we should not eat meat, as this contributes to global warming.

Now according to the EDP, we can’t eat bread either!

 

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I wonder what they expect us to eat then. Cake?

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20 Comments
  1. Steve Borodin permalink
    March 2, 2017 11:23 am

    No. They expect us to eat nothing. All living is harmful. We should all starve ourselves, warmists and envirinmentalists first (I call thgem the B-Arc people). Let me know when they are all dead will you. I will then come out of my cupboard and change my mind.

  2. AlecM permalink
    March 2, 2017 11:25 am

    All mammals except Climate Alchemists must die. All fish must die.

    When [CO2] falls below 180 ppmV, grass will stop growing and the ice caps will cover most land masses. Then the IPCC, on a solitary barge amongst the icebergs, can say it has won.

    But it will be too late to save the planet.

  3. It doesn't add up... permalink
    March 2, 2017 11:30 am

    Didn’t they measure the CO2 output of the yeast? What did they assume was the fuel for the oven? So much they didn’t tell us.

  4. March 2, 2017 11:38 am

    The madness in the name of Grantham gets worse.

  5. March 2, 2017 11:42 am

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    This simple post is precisely why I’m a “global warming” / “climate change” / “climate disruption” sceptic. Period.

    Is there anything CO2 can’t do other than……sustain (ssshhh) life?

    We really, really are living in the age of collective madness.

  6. Paul G permalink
    March 2, 2017 12:00 pm

    So what? Every living person produces about one kilogram of Carbon Dioxide each day. So anyone who believes CO2 is a pollutant, which must be closely controlled, should stop breathing out forthwith.

  7. Joe Public permalink
    March 2, 2017 12:04 pm

    Perhaps governments should allocate research grants to determine the increase in mortality if bread was unavailable?

  8. March 2, 2017 12:44 pm

    Your Sir David Attenborough is one who believes in killing off most of the planet beginning with the “old people”. HE is nearly 91 having been born in 1926, but apparently sees no need to qualify. Take a way his bread allotment toute suite.

    Last fall, I tossed my copy of his “Living Planet” on my large brush pile and watched it return to the CO2. I burn such works as better to “pollute” the atmosphere than to give them away and pollute unsuspecting minds.

    • sixlittlerabbits permalink
      March 3, 2017 11:35 am

      Wish I could follow your example, but I’ve already thrown out Sir David’s books.
      The “special features” in “The Living Planet” DVDS includes interviews with Malthusian “scientists,” one of whom points out that toxins are found not only in his beloved predator four-legged mammals’ milk, but also–he gleefully notes–in that nasty human breast milk. SICK, SICK, SICK.

  9. March 2, 2017 1:09 pm

    Don’t worry folks. The EU has already got over this problem as it has designated biomass as CO2 neutral. Clever fellows these politicians.

  10. Athelstan permalink
    March 2, 2017 2:18 pm

    yeah bread – I know.

    The divs responsible for this report no doubt will eat in those sort of bijou eateries which serve New Zealand mineral water at £150/bottle, caviar from the Caspian and lobster caught in the Magellan straits by blokes in effin big factory ships – no doubt. They will all be clamouring for the latest 5G Iphones and pooh pooh ‘orrible little 3G, drive 4x4s into the centre of London and have a plasma screen as wide as the wall back at home. They fly and jet all over the world to tell the corporate tosseratti how to sell ‘global warming’ hazard insurance to gullible marks aka politicians all over the globe.

    But you my sonny boy – YES YOU – cannot eat bread and one of the staffs of life – it’ll be water next week – you wait.

  11. andy mckendrick permalink
    March 2, 2017 2:31 pm

    Just wish these people would use their loaf.

  12. Paul Deverson permalink
    March 2, 2017 2:41 pm

    Given that we breathe in oxygen and breathe out the pollutant carbon dioxide, perhaps we should all just stop breathing!

  13. Paul Deverson permalink
    March 2, 2017 2:43 pm

    Whoops! Sorry Paul G, I didn’t realise you’d said the same!

  14. mikewaite permalink
    March 2, 2017 4:21 pm

    Have they performed the same analysis on the components and manufacture of wind turbines , solar panels and wood chips for biomass burning?
    Just how many UK Universities have Grantham Centres embedded in them ? Sheffield, Leicester, Imperial , any more ?.
    I noticed that when the post about the parliamentary Committee on Climate Change was discussed here recently a check on the names showed that almost half had links to , or were directors of , the Grantham Institute. It seems to have tentacles everywhere .

  15. Francis Bowkett permalink
    March 2, 2017 4:24 pm

    Bread is made from flour. Flour is (usually) made from wheat. How much CO2 did the wheat use in the growth process?

  16. March 2, 2017 5:30 pm

    Didn’t someone once say that life was like a shit sandwich, the more bread you have the less you notice the shit. However in this instance it is hard to ignore.

    • Rick permalink
      March 4, 2017 1:51 pm

      I think the saying is:
      ‘Life is like a shit sandwich because the more bread you have, the less shit you have to eat’
      Not sure the saying applies here because the Grant Ham shovels the shit out the door and we all have to eat it; rich and poor.

  17. Ewing Caldwell permalink
    March 3, 2017 5:23 am

    Interesting.

    We are informed in detail about the quantities of CO2
    emitted in the production of the fertilizer, what the sowing,
    reaping, threshing, milling and transporting emit.

    But nowhere is there tallied the amount of CO2 absorbed
    from the atmosphere per ton of wheat produced.

    Could it be that our agriculture uses far more than it releases? For a while.

  18. March 4, 2017 9:31 pm

    I quit eating meat Some time ago.

    But I Am very fond of Bread.

    I have think About this.

    Kind regards,

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