Dead cow carcasses “resurrected” to produce cloned beef – Mike Adams

(NaturalNews) We already know that cloned beef has entered the food supply both in the United States (http://www.naturalnews.com/023718_f…) and the UK (http://www.naturalnews.com/029411_c…). Now, thanks to revelations from JR Simplot, a U.S. company specializing in the cloning of cows for beef production, we’re learning that dead cows are cloned to produce the next generation of beef cattle.

Here’s how it works: A large number of cows are slaughtered and then chopped into steaks that are tested for their flavor, texture and other qualities important to steak eaters. The source animal of each steak is recorded, and cells from that source carcass are preserved for possible cloning in case the steak turns out to taste good. Once all the steaks are gauged for their desirability, the dead cow carcasses from which the flesh was cut to produce the steaks are harvested for their DNA.

This DNA is then used to clone new cows who are fed, raised and slaughtered to see how their flesh steaks taste. This cycle is repeated through multiple generations in order to “evolve” cow clones with great-tasting flesh. Continue reading

Want some cancer with that burger? Eating meat linked to bladder cancer

(NaturalNews) – No one wants cancer served up with their steak or hamburger. But that’s just what you may be getting. As NaturalNews has previously reported, numerous studies have linked meat consumption with cancer (http://www.naturalnews.com/024966_i…). Now comes evidence from scientists at the University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center that eating meat frequently, especially meat that is well done or cooked at high temperatures, significantly raises the risk of developing bladder cancer. Continue reading

MSM: Food-Safety Bill Spurs Backlash

(WSJ) – Legislation to overhaul the nation’s food-safety system has spurred a backlash from livestock and grain farmers who don’t want the Food and Drug Administration inspecting farms. Continue reading

Gov. Schwarzenegger, is $10 billion a year enough to solve the budget crisis? – Robert Singer

We have a budget crisis to go with out water crisis. So instead of laying off 20,000 workers and cutting off services to solve California’s budget crisis, why not eliminate the state water subsidies that allow McDonalds and Colonel Sanders to market burgers and chicken for a dollar? Continue reading

MSM: Inflation – Brace yourself for higher food prices

The Telegraph’s measure of “real” inflation, the Real Cost of Living Index, is at minus 3.4pc. But the era of cheap food could be over within a decade. Continue reading