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Matthew Steen

Matthew Steen

  • So rather than saying ‘fish is bad, stop eating it and save the world’, what needs to be addressed is the unregulated overfishing and environmental damage from that, along with restricting micro plastics, heavy metals (like mercury), and pollutants that make their way into the waters. The oceans can

    So rather than saying ‘fish is bad, stop eating it and save the world’, what needs to be addressed is the unregulated overfishing and environmental damage from that, along with restricting micro plastics, heavy metals (like mercury), and pollutants that make their way into the waters. The oceans can provide enough food to feed the world population twice over without harming the balanced ecosystem. The same cannot be said of traditional Big Agro farming which produces millions and millions of tons of methane, devastating environmental impact from waste runoff, vast amounts of water, and a huge footprint just to raise cattle, chickens, pork, etc. Even with vegetable farming, the environmental impact is large and costly...look at soy farms across the Midwest US or almond farms in a drought ridden California. Simply saying ‘stop eating fish’ is a short-sighted answer.

  • Any thoughts of Gunn’s from a decade ago should easily be dismissed by watching Slither and comparing it to either GotG films.