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If suddenly 50% of the carnivorous humans turned vegans

Discussion in 'The Vegan Forum' started by Jinendra Singh, Jul 5, 2018.

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  1. Jinendra Singh

    Jinendra Singh Star Member

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    what would change in the world in the short (1 week), medium (6 months) and long (5 years) runs?
     
  2. silva

    silva Addicted Poster

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    What would happen if a rampant virus infecting food animals turned omnivores into zombies?
     
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  3. Jinendra Singh

    Jinendra Singh Star Member

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    is your answer relevant to the above title or you want to turn this thread
     
  4. becky

    becky Star Member

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    Eventually the number of farm animals would decline to adjust for the decrease in demand. Also, the total amount of greenhouse gasses emitted by farm animals would decrease as well.

    Of course, such a senario is unlikely.
     
  5. Jinendra Singh

    Jinendra Singh Star Member

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    it will be difficult for farmers to meet supply to demand as they will need an increase in production of crops and vegetables. somewhere world will face the shortage of food which may lead to death due to starvation.
     
  6. Andy_T

    Andy_T Addicted Poster Forum Moderator

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