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Jul 25 2021

Let Them Eat Plastic Trash

Getting us to eat bugs for the sake of pretending to save the planet from variation in the weather sounds like a great idea, until you consider that according to moonbat ideology, it is anthropocentric not to think that bugs are people too. Some have suggested that we should eat weeds. But weeds absorb the harmless CO2 that liberals regard as politically unclean. If people are going to insist on eating, better that they should eat plastic trash:

Two U.S. scientists have won a 1 million euro ($1.18 million) prize for creating a food generator concept that turns plastics into protein.

The 2021 Future Insight Prize went to Ting Lu, a professor of bioengineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Stephen Techtmann, associate professor of biological sciences at Michigan Technological University, for their project. It uses microbes to degrade plastic waste and convert it into food.

Merck sponsors the prize. No doubt it will position itself to make a fortune if food made out of plastic garbage one day becomes mandatory.

“The winners of this year’s Future Insight Prize have created a ground-breaking technology with the potential to generate a safe and sustainable source of food, while reducing the environmental harms associated with plastic waste and traditional agricultural methods,” said Belen Garijo, Merck CEO and chair of the executive board.

The food they create out of plastic waste could be almost as tasty as the synthetic meat that Bill Gates wants us to eat, and even more politically correct. Expect it on the menu at hyperwoke Burger King soon. It might be an improvement over the current offerings.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair.


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