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Read Edward Snowden's Testimony Before the European Parliament

“I believe that suspicionless surveillance not only fails to make us safe, but it actually makes us less safe. By squandering precious, limited resources on “collecting it all,” we end up with more analysts trying to make sense of harmless political dissent & fewer investigators running down real..”

Hershel gone -_- what now #walkingdead.crazy

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The True Cost of Cheap Food

87 percent of the US supermarket meat (including beef, pork, chicken, and turkey products) tests positive for normal and antibiotic-resistant forms of Enterococcus bacteria. Between 2003 and 2011, antibiotic use on US livestock farms soared from 20 million pounds per year to 30 million pounds - a jaw-dropping 50 percent leap. These facilities now suck in 80 percent of the antibiotics consumed in the United States. The great bulk of these drugs are used not to treat sick animals, but rather to make them grow faster and keep them alive until slaughter under tight, filthy conditions ➜

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● In 1998, the USDA implemented microbial testing for salmonella and E. coli 0157h7 so that if a plant repeatedly failed these tests, the USDA could shut down the plant. After being taken to court by the meat and poultry associations, the USDA no longer has that power.
● In 1972, the FDA conducted 50,000 food safety inspections. In 2006, the FDA conducted only 9,164.
● In the 1970s, the top five beef packers controlled about 25% of the market. Today, the top four control more than 80% of the market. 
● In the 1970s, there were thousands of slaughterhouses producing the majority of beef sold. Today there are only 13.
● The average American eats over 200 lbs. of meat a year.

Related Article, Posts and Videos:
● Consumer Reports investigation: Talking turkey ➜
● What’s bugging your meat? Shit and antibiotics, probably ➜
● The truth about your food with filmmaker R. Kenner ➜
● Pharm Foods ➜
● The video the meat industry doesn't want you to see ➜
● Antibiotics and the Meat We Eat ➜
● US meat supply massively contaminated with superbugs ➜
● Whose kids do not eat fast food? ➜

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Meet Mazda's all-new, twin-turbo, SKYACTIV-D® competition engine: 400 horsepower. 450 lb-ft of torque. Over 60% production Mazda components by weight. Powered by recycled chicken guts. No ... really. 

As a recent +Forbes article points out, the trio of 2014 Mazda6 race cars you’ll see competing in this weekend’s Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona are true alternative fuel vehicles, their race-spec SKYACTIV-D® engines fed by an ultra-clean, synthetic diesel fuel rendered from recycled +Tyson Foods, Inc. processing plant scraps—scraps that would otherwise end up in a landfill. 

From the Forbes article: “The 24-hour race at Daytona is … a challenging durability test for Mazda’s new SKYACTIV-D clean diesel engine, which will debut later this year on the redesigned Mazda6 sedan. It’s also an opportunity to try out the renewable, synthetic diesel fuel produced by Dynamic Fuel, a 50-50 joint venture between Tyson Foods and Syntroleum.”

“Dynamic’s $150 million refinery … can process up to 1.5 million pounds of meat remnants per day, and produce 75 million gallons of synthetic diesel fuel every year. In 2011, it contracted with the U.S. Navy to provide fuel for a new fleet of green ships. The fuel is also being tested in shuttle buses operated by Alamo Rent A Car and +National Rent A Car."  “Mazda is the first car manufacturer to use it.”

It’s odorless, clear as a glass of water, and might just prove to be a true game-changer, both on and off the racetrack. Help spread the worth by sharing this post, and stay with Mazda this week for more. (}) 

#Mazda   #Mazda6   #SKYACTIV   #CleanDiesel   #AlternativeFuel   #Engine   #GrandAm   #Rolex24   #Daytona   #EnduranceRacing   #Racing  
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