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Saturday, February 19, 2011

The Gulf?-Still Highly Polluted

I am truly tired of the bs that the gov throws out-Oh its all ok and the Gulf seafood is safe.
Not according to this lady-a scientist
I would like to give her a medal-so I made her one

WASHINGTON – A University of Georgia scientist has gone public with video and slides showing how oil from the BP spill remains stuck on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico. The images demonstrate that the oil isn't degrading as hoped and has decimated life on parts of the sea floor.
At a science conference in Washington, Samantha Joye aired early results of her December submarine dives around the BP spill site. She went to places she had visited in the summer and expected the oil and residue from oil-munching microbes would be gone by then. It wasn't.
She also showed pictures of oil-choked bottom-dwelling critters.
At the same meeting Saturday, federal officials announced the start of the gulf restoration planning process that BP will pay for.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

"Made in China"-Don't buy it. You Hurt People When You Do

When I think about china, as a communist nation. I remember the cold war with Russia,  growing up as a  young man. The Fear we all felt with the Cuban missle crisis. The desire to irradicate this form of government from the face of the earth. I read about the nature of china, the inexorable neglect of the environment. Its lack of human rights and dignity for it's populace. Now an American is being held for collecting data which was openly available to everyone-except him. 8 years hard time and I am certain abuse. I started thinking to myself, I have been helping this government prosper by buying its products, over and over. Sometimes not even knowing that what I am buying was "Made In China". I think more about my pocket book than I do the harm I create when I support this country with my dollars. So I decided today-I WILL NOT BUY CHINESE PRODUCTS ANY MORE!. I will do my best to look at the manufacturer. Then bypass anything made in China. Because I have been a hypocrite, I believe in human rights and the dignity of man. The protection of the earth and all it's rich glories. I can no longer continue with a behavior that sacrifices what I truly believe in. I would urge you to do the same. SAY NO TO COMMUNISM-Do not buy "Made In China" any longer. Only that can make a real difference.
The old adage still holds true-money talks and bullshit walks-Gary

ap news
"A Beijing appeals court upheld Friday the eight-year prison sentence given to an American geologist for obtaining information on the Chinese oil industry, dimming hopes for his release in a case that has further strained U.S.-China relations.
The Beijing High People's Court, in a brief decision, refuted Xue Feng's arguments that the information he collected was commercially available and asserted the government's authority to classify material state secrets, said his lawyer, Tong Wei.
"They rejected all our arguments," Tong said outside the courthouse afterward.
An oil industry consultant, the 46-year-old Xue has already been in custody for more than three years. His case has vexed already troubled ties between Washington and Beijing and has been raised repeatedly in high-level meetings after Xue told American consular officials his interrogators physically mistreated him."

China charges subversion for protest repostings

BEIJING (AP) -- China filed subversion charges against Internet users who reposted a call for protests as the authoritarian government enforced its crackdown against any Middle East-style democracy movement, activists said.
In addition to well-known activists who apparently remained in custody after being taken away ahead of the planned protests on Sunday, at least three people were detained on charges of "inciting subversion of state power," according to the Hong Kong-based Information Center for Human Rights and Democracy. China often uses the vaguely worded charge to lock up outspoken government critics.
In a nod to social stability concerns, China's Vice President Xi Jinping on Wednesday urged greater outreach by the ruling Communist Party to handle issues related to education, employment, health care and housing.
This is to resolve social conflicts, maintain social stability, and promote social harmony," Xi said, echoing remarks over the weekend by president and party leader Hu Jintao.
State media also quoted a top government adviser as dismissing the possibility of a Middle East-style revolution in China as "ridiculous and unrealistic."

Institutionalized Dehumanization:

Comments By People
It's not just Apple it's corporate America in general. They farm their mfg out to China for pennies on the dollar. Then you'd think they'd lower their prices. HA The prices are the same as when they were made in America. The only difference is that now Americans are out of work and the corporations are pocketing the profits all to please Wall Street.

This is what you get for employing off shore workers instead of American Manufacturing. Yes, it will cost more to manufacture here in the U.S.A but it will grow the American economy. I do blame the greed of companies in search of cheap labors and sacrificing humans conditions for your corporate gains. There is no win win situation here until we look at a whole global working conditions on the cheap side of labors. We need to keep American jobs here in this country or we will soon be a second class citizen next to China or India.

Steve Jobs simply took corporate greed to the next level. Outsource everything to China. Offshore profits to avoid taxation. Suck billions out of the US economy and give back nothing. He even screws the developers who create apps for his platform; charging 30% gross of every app sold. For this he is made a Saint. Pathetic. Shove our iToys up you iAss.

Sending jobs overseas puts Americans out of jobs and makes slaves out of people in foreign lands, a win win for the corporate world and a lose lose for workers here and overseas.Its the human against profit, has been that way for hundreds of years. How do we as a race rise above greed and all the dark elements of our human nature? Really its the core element of so many things that are wrong with the world, would we do the same if we were in a position to make big bucks? We hoped when we came to the shores of America that the new government would not fall victim to the same problems as we left in the old country, but it did.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Scariest Stories-Are Usually True:Jail Time, LA County

This story takes place roughly 25 years ago. I doubt much has changed since then.

I was young, kind of stupid. But learning. I had a drinking problem-blitz to the max every night. Consequently I got dui-driving under the influence tickets. Though I never killed anyone, or hurt them. I did destroy property on occasion. I am not proud of this behavior-it just was. This is a story about one of those life experiences I could have done without.

“Mr. Graefen” said the judge. Your attorney has suggested that though you were driving under the influence of alcohol, you did not lose control or hurt anyone. Your speed of 85 miles per hour was excessive though. So I am prepared to accept your plea to a lower charge of reckless driving. I hereby sentence you to 4 days to be served in the Los Angelus county jail. Sentence to be carried out immediately. Please follow the deputy.

The L.A. county jail is one big-but frightening place. Hundreds of rows of cells full of every dreg on the planet. At this point in time a serious shortage of space had occurred. So inmates were stuck 6 and 7 to a cell which stretched a whopping 10 ft by 10 ft. roughly. This is what occurred.

As you enter the LA Zoo as I named it. You’re shepherded into a giant room for your “clothes” and a deloucement. Since hundreds of thousands pass these gates everyday you are treated with all the human dignity of a cock roach. As you enter the deloucement chamber you were told strip naked-hand your clothes to the officer at the booth then follow to line to the back wall. Approximately 15 men are standing against this backdrop, with a tiled floor and drains. A deputy takes a “large” fire hose a starts spraying everyone in line with a delousement solution. He takes great joy in nailing everyone in line with a shot to the gonads with very high pressure. Enough force to make some double over in pain. It’s akin to being kicked hard between the crotch. After receiving your new jail uniform. You are directed to a closed room-no windows at all. Lined with many solid stainless steel benches. As you enter you are handed a “sandwich” which tastes like cardboard and fowl cheese. In this room is where my real story begins.

As all of we inmates start munching on our only “food” for 24 hours. A dispute takes place between a small Cuban and black young man. The young black is insisting that the Cuban give him his sandwich. He loudly starts yelling that it belongs to him. As the Cuban objects a small tussle starts as they struggle for the meager amount of rotten tasting food. There are roughly 50 men all locked in this room. There is no deputy to be seen.

A very large 6’5” or better and massively built black man, with a chest which was at least 60 inches, and arms larger than my legs, moves to the Cuban. He says very loudly-give him the sandwich!. The small and basically defenseless Cuban looks up at the giant man towering over him and says-“it’s my sandwich”. The monolithic man says one more time-GIVE HIM THE SANDWICH. The Cuban again refuses. The giant grabs the poor man with one arm. Raises him into the air and slams him head first straight into the steel bench. The poor Cuban is now barely conscious and very out of it. The giant looks him in the eye-then says give him the sandwich which the Cuban is still clutching. In a weak and piteous voice the Cuban drawls-my sandwich. The giant jumps up into the air as this poor man lies on the bench and slams feet first down on his chest. He weighs in at 350 lbs or more. I can see the poor Cuban mans chest make a compression and hear a cracking sound.

There are roughly 50 to 100 men all stuck in this room. Most of use for petty offences.
We are all watching this transpire with our mouths wide open. NOT ONE OF US TRIED TO INTERVENE. We all, I am certain, felt the same way. Scared to death of this giant ape like man. All I could think of was-I am glad that’s not me down there. I read in the paper 2 days later the poor Cuban died of internal injuries.

10 minutes later the room door opens, 4 deputies come in-see the poor Cuban and drag him out. The rest of us are assigned to a cell.

With my typical luck and good fortune-I am put in a cell with the giant ape like man, that I just watched murder a man in the coldest and most heartless fashion imaginable.

For 2 days this behemoth decides that he likes his new homey white guy. For hours on end over a period of 2 days I listen to him prattle on about how he talked to the whales and that he could hear their song. That animals could communicate with him. He was incarcerated on a murder charge. After what I had seen I was in no way going to argue with or irritate this “animal”. I just replied ah huh over and over and over. After 2 days I truly believed that he did talk to the whales. I was too afraid to consider anything else.

Since the cell is tiny, and hasn’t been cleaned. And I am still wearing dirty socks which are now 3 days old. My foot becomes infected. I never should have tried trimming my toe nails in this dirty environment. The next day I wind up with a giant and very painful water blister covering my entire toe. In pain I call for a guard. Ask him if I can see the jail doctor. He looks at my foot and complies.

I enter the jail “doctors” area and meet a man who hasn’t shaved for at least 5 days and smells very strongly of alcohol. Drunk on his ass-he gleams at me and says Ill bet that hurts huh, I reply yea. He quickly grabs a scalpel pops the enormous blister, infected body water spurting every where. Then he grabs a pair of tweezers,  grabbing the dead skin and in a quick upward fashion “rips” the skin off of my toe with a hard a fast jerk. As I scream in pain he laughs and joyfully looks at his aides. They kind of ignore it all. He says loudly, and drunkenly, send this one to the hospital.

I am transferred to the jail hospital expecting to be released the next day. This is not too bad really. I have a private cell with a bunk and storage container. Though the lights are very bright florescent, I have blue eyes and this type of lighting has always bothered me. I start to get a head ache. So I start staying awake at night when the lights are reduced. Stashing my food when it’s brought to me in the cabinet.

I should have been out of here-my four days are up. I am brought antibiotics everyday.
After day 6, I am allowed a shower. I tell the guard-I am supposed to be released. He ignores me. I sat in this hospital for 30 days next to a cell with an inmate who has Aids. This is loudly proclaimed by a note on his door. I look in the window and see a skeleton covered in skin. His eyes bulging out of his head as he waits to die. Unable to move or feed himself, he is “watched” by the staff. All I can think is: God-I will never have unprotected sex again, or use a needle.

It is now day 31-I am released to take a shower-down the hall I see a pay phone. I calmly walk toward it-like its ok. And place a fast call to the public defenders office. They had me out the next day.

On getting out of jail-I had lost my car, my job, and my apartment. My little indiscretion had cost me everything. And now I was homeless. It took 2 months. I finally found another job, but had been scrounging for food and sleeping on the streets for along time.

The moral of the story is-1 do not drive drunk
2- The jails cannot be trusted
3-stay away from the LA County Zoo at all costs

You might never be the same again.

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Racial Bigotry-Its Out Dated-Get It In Your Head

Here in Seattle-2 young men kicked the crap out of a 16 year old white kid, and held him hostage torturing him for hours. At least they left him alive. But each 20 something is now looking at 6 years hard time. And very poor prospects for a future job. All in the name of racial hatred. Years ago I thought why do people judge and hate each other so much. The conclusion I drew was that economic disparity caused it. Blacks lived in the inner city, had far fewer opportunities for advancement and better jobs. The anger was apparent and understood.
Today is another matter entirely. I know many hispanics and blacks who have far more opportunity than I do. A poor 57 year old white guy.  I face more job discrimination than they do by far. It isn't my color but my age. A preconception that I will not do as good a job as someone younger. They come into where I work. Driving new cars, own their own homes and have far more in life than I ever have. When ever I hear someone of color bitch about there condition I kinda cringe inside. They tend to blame their woes on race. I guess thats just easier than to admit-your just a f-up. With a black president, many senators, doctors, lawyers, business leaders of color.
It is time to get it in your thick head-it's not your race anymore dummy-its YOUR attitude, lack of skills, and low motivation. I would hire a smart energetic person of color over a lazy white guy any day. Because thats what the world needs-people who work and try hard. There color?-who cares. you shouldn't white, black, brown.
It's time to give it a rest.

Friday, February 4, 2011

Not Enough Food In The World?-Perhaps The People Have The Answer

With all of the horrid weather, flooding and snow lately food prices are expected to go through the roof.
Starvation will become even more apparent. Add ethanol production and many more will starve.
Our politicians only cater to their own. I doubt they will help much with this coming catastrophe.
But I was amazed and surprised by some of the responses to an article by Yahoo news about the coming crisis. Readers actually had what I considered to be good potential solutions to the food crisis-you can see what they said below.

43 million Americans on food stamps. Do you right wing extremists really think this is due to laziness? People want to work; people want to have self worth. Stop blaming and realize that we are under a slow attack by some very evil people with an enormous amount of power. We need to take our world back. I challenge you to not write everything off as a conspiracy without actually looking into things. Denial is understandable but not acceptable. If you are not waking up then you are part of the problem.

the REAL problem with the cost of food for the poor is that the things that have better nutrition and are better to build strong teeth and bones cost so much that people change their spending to something that just fills you up from McDs and put the FAT on them because they are FULL FOR THE TIME BEING!

Well, this should solve the problems reported in the accompanying articles on obesity. The higher the cost of food, the less everyone eats. The less you eat the less weight you gain. It should also please people like PETA, since meat is the most expensive, so will probably become prohibited for the average consumer.

Grow your own at home and tell the large food companies to kiss your fresh veggies. They need us more then we need them. We can grow our own. The large food companies are a convenience to have but not a necessity. This is what you get when a country is eaten up by auntripanures, too many people trying to get rich from someone else’s sweat.

Scarcity is a myth. Break up OPEC, big energy companies, big mining companies, the big banks, food conglomerates and other criminal monopolies, make commodity hoarding and speculation a crime, and get back to fair trade and humanistic policies.

The problem is that all these third worlders, Muslims, Spanish, and minority groups are having babies as fast as they possible can, even though they can't support them, in an attempt to gain power through population. They want to make armies, gangs, votes, or a flood of invasion immigration. They drain everybody's resources and overtax the food supply. This is an evil as bad as any other. It's just stealing from the rest of us and bankrupting the food vault. They are making murderous revolution and are asking us to pay for it, too! If you can’t support them, you should not have babies, especially five+ each, and scream and demand everyone else to pay for them. It is the latest evil ploy. It is no different than holding a gun to our heads.

As the world gets more people, the food and water situation will get worse. We keep building towns and cities in prime growing areas here in the US - bad move. We should have a massive interstate pipe system for water to move water from areas getting too much and putting it where we can grow more food.

One word "hydroponics"

Also, wouldn’t be surprised to find Goldman Sachs manipulating food prices, as with energy prices...again.

On the other hand, the Middle East’s oil profits are diving up mega-food's production costs and you see how that's been playing out in Egypt and Tunisia...Yemen...Jordan.
Everybody can help......hydroponics for your own needs.

Remember, the International banks and their army of Wall Street Mafioso’s got caught in their last scam. Many of us warned you that their next step to keep the plunder of our wallets going would be a steady price increase on food. The deaf just can't hear, and the blind can't see what's right in front of them.

Every one of you probably knows someone who's part of that profiteering culture. And yet you'll still engage them, you'll still call them friends. You'll still give them aid when they call and comfort when they're weak. You aid and abet them because they're your neighbors and family members.

They all should be shunned. If they want their aristocracy, well then, let them live with it. Right now they're all cloaked to invisibility by a hundred people around them, all of whom are being ultimately screwed by them and their culture of greed.

There a very simple solution to this problem: it's called sharing! I guess most world leaders were absent that day in kindergarten. There is absolutely no justifiable reason anyone in this world should go hungry. Yes, there are practical problems with distribution that must and can be solved (if we wanted to do so). However, the real problem is people being greedy and gauging one another and not sharing. I'm amazed how brainwashed we've become to think money is really worth anything when it really isn't inherently worth anything, only the value we agree to place on it (as we have seen so much recently during this economic crisis, i.e. Iceland, U.S. banks, etc.).

Think about this, food prices are only getting started and the US government wants to create more laws designed to prevent small community food suppliers, IE small farms, co-op farm projects, farmers markets to provide affordable food to their communities!! Does this concern anyone?!!! A government that does the exact opposite of what is needed to correct a problem is a government with an ulterior motive,,,,,,, and yet the sheeple prod along as usual!!

Stop subsidizing ethanol and other biofuels that are worthless. Corn goes into the production about anything you can name, but the issue is most of it is going into producing ethanol which is causing the price of corn to go up.

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

America is no longer #1-at anything

America is no longer #1-at anything it would seem. Except for the highest prices for medical care, High interest rates, high taxes, over regulation of small business, an increase of government interference. And the highest expenditure of capital for war in decades. Apparently we are also the king of debt now. With dictators, and Monarchs suffering dethronement in record numbers. Perhaps it time to start rewriting the book.
Thats what democracy is-change through process. Wheres my eraser

From Yahoo Finance
Americans are used to being No.1 in nearly all the world's businesses and athletic endeavors. The foundation of that certainly began to erode in the 1970's, when much of America's manufacturing industry started to move overseas. Many U.S. companies wanted to cut costs, including high-priced manufacturing jobs. That contributed to the rise of the Japanese and, more recently, the Chinese economies.

As U.S. manufacturing eroded, so did other critical parts of society. American children are no longer the best educated in the world. America's health care system no longer produces the healthiest population. U.S. GDP no longer grows as quickly as it once did, particularly in the recoveries that follow recessions. China now has the fastest-growing large economy in the world. It has passed Japan into the No. 2 spot and economists are forecasting how long it will take to pass the U.S.
America was known for the better part of the last century as the single greatest producer of food for the world. The country still leads in the production of many commodities, but improved farming practices and more advanced seed have allowed the yield per acres in countries like Russia, China Russia and Vietnam to rise.
This is the 24/7 Wall St. analysis of "Ten Industries in Which the U.S. Is No Longer No.1." Whether this list will grow depends on how quickly the American economy improves and whether business innovation continues to increasingly come from overseas. America now fights to remain competitive globally with one hand tied behind its back. The current deficit, growing national debt, lack of government capital for R&D and unemployment all contribute to a crippled economy. Each of these makes it harder for the U.S. economy to regain the ground it has lost over the past few years.
1. Autos
Position: 2nd
Leader: Japan, with 17 million autos produced by Japanese automakers in 2009
U.S.: 12 million autos produced by American automakers in 2009
U.S. auto manufacturing has long been considered not only one of our most critical industries, but is representative of American industrial power. The U.S. is the second largest manufacturer of cars and light vehicles after Japan, which is the headquarters of Toyota (NYSE: TM - News), Honda (NYSE: HMC - News), Nissan and Mazda. The American auto industry nearly collapsed in 2008 after years of extremely high labor costs and falling market share in domestic sales. GM (NYSE: GM - News) and Chrysler went through bankruptcy with extensive federal government support. Ford (NYSE: F - News) was strong enough to avoid having to ask for government handouts. The U.S. is not only the second largest manufacturer of cars; it is also the second largest car market by sales. China passed America in this metric in 2009. Japanese automakers made 17 million cars in 2009 compared to 12 million made by U.S. companies.
2. Beer Production
Position: 2nd
Leader: China, with 423 million hectoliters in 2009
U.S.: 229 hectoliters in 2009
U.S. beer production in 2000 was the greatest in the world, generating 232 million hectoliters, versus second-place China's 220 million. In just nine years, the People's Republic has roughly doubled its production output to 423 million hectoliters. American output has actually decreased to 229 million. Per capita consumption in China is relatively low at less than half of the level in the U.S. However, China has a drinking population four times larger and has created an industrial capacity in the beer sector that has allowed the country to pull far ahead of the U.S.
3. High-Technology Exports
Position: 2nd
Leader: China, $381 billion in 2008
U.S.: $231 billion in 2008
The World Bank describes high-technology exports as "products with high R&D intensity, such as in aerospace, computers, pharmaceuticals, scientific instruments, and electrical machinery." These are all fields in which the United States prides itself, and the U.S. remains in first place in the pharmaceutical industry. Despite this, China has beaten America in the high-technology exports since the World Bank began collecting data on the category in 2005. In 2008, Chinese high-technology exports were worth $381 billion and American exports were $231 billion. America's second place status shows no signs of changing. Between 2005 and 2008, Chinese high-tech exports increased 78%, relative to a mere 21% by the U.S. over the same time period.
4. Commercial Aircraft Production
Position: 2nd
Leader: Airbus (Europe) based on 574 orders in 2010
U.S.: Boeing, with 530 orders in 2010
Through the 1970's, the United States had what was effectively a monopoly on large commercial aircraft production. The nature of the industry made it difficult for other companies to compete with the massive U.S.-based Boeing (NYSE: BA - News). The costs to create an aerospace manufacturing industry were prohibitive. In the 80's European air manufacturers began to compete through subsidies, particularly European-based Airbus, which was originally formed by France, Germany, Spain, and other investors. Rising demand for Airbus planes have propelled the European company past Boeing to become the largest commercial airplane manufacturer in the world. In 2010, Airbus was awarded more jetliner contracts than its American competitor. It appears the trend will continue this year, with Airbus securing a massive deal with IndiGo, the third-largest airline in India. It is the largest commercial aircraft sale in history.
5. Coal Production
Position: 2nd
Leader: China, with 3.3 billion short tons produced in 2009
U.S.: 1 billion short tons
America is no longer the world's largest manufacturing economy nor is it the largest consumer of energy for manufacturing purposes. Coal production in America is now a distant second to China. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the U.S. produced just over a billion short tons of coal in 2009. China produced more than three times that amount — 3.3 billion — because of the exponential growth of the Chinese energy infrastructure in the last decade. Since 2005, American coal production has decreased slightly, while Chinese production has increased 34%. The two countries account for more than half of the world's total coal production.
6. Lettuce Production
Position: 2nd
Leader: China, with 12.9 million metric tons
U.S.: 4.1 million metric tons
The population of China at 1.3 billion is more than four times that of the United States. Food consumption is obviously significantly higher as well. Partially because of large federal subsidies, the United States remains #1 in corn and soybean production. Chinese demand has caused domestic production of many crops to move well ahead of that of the U.S. For example, Chinese lettuce production was nearly 13 million metric tons in 2009, while U.S. production was closer to 4 million, according to the United Nations.
7. Oil Production
Position: 3rd
Leader: Russia, with 9.7 million barrels produced each day.
U.S.: 9 million barrels produced each day
The United States produces the third most oil per day, at just over nine million barrels. The two leaders are Russia, at 10 million barrels per day, and Saudi Arabia, at 9.7 million barrels per day. Despite its current position in production, the U.S. is only 14th in proved reserves, with 19 billion barrels available relative to Saudi Arabia's 264 billion barrels. The U.S. is now the second-largest importer of crude and continued to deplete its reserves to try to be less dependent on foreign crude.
8. Rice Production
Position: 11th
Leader: China, with 166 million metric tons produced between 2009 and 2010
U.S.: 6.9 million metric tons
U.S. rice production is not even in the top 10 compared to the rest of the world, and accounts for just over 1% of the world's total. Because of reduced demand, this country is actually the third leading rice exporter with 18% of the world market. About 20% of U.S. rice production is exported. China produces 20 times more rice than the U.S.
9. Wind Energy Generated
Position: 2nd
Leader: China, with 42 gigawatts generated in 2010
U.S.: 40 gigawatts in 2010
While some chastise the United States for failure to implement alternative energy sources and complain about our dependence on fossil fuels, the country is nevertheless, for the moment, leading the globe in alternative energy capacity. According to a recent Pew study, the U.S. beat out China's total alternative energy capacity in 2009, 53.4 gigawatts to 52.5 gigawatts. China's renewable energy infrastructure has increased, however, and might have surpassed the U.S. in 2010. What is certain is that China beat out the U.S. in wind generation. In 2010, American wind energy capacity was at 40 gigawatts, while Chinese generation was nearly 42 gigawatts.
10. Pork Production
Position: 2nd
Leader: China, with 51.5 million metric tons produced in 2010
U.S.: 10.2 million metric tons produced in 2010
The United States leads the world in production for most of the agricultural commodities and has the strongest demand for them as well. For example, the U.S. continues to produce the most beef and veal, beating out Brazil and China in consumption as well. However, pork demand in the United States, while the second-greatest in the world, is less than a fifth of that in China. Chinese farms produced 51.5 million metric tons of pork last year, compared to 10.2 million in the U.S.
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