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Like yeah yeah yeah there’s “milk” in Yoohoo but only the same way there’s cilantro in everything Chipotle makes.
You can’t fucking taste it.
Besides, Yoohoo doesn’t expire as quickly as milk does IIRC so I doubt that the “little bit of milk” is anything more than an at-home add-on.
Actually Yoohoo doesn’t even contain real milk; it just has whey and sodium caseinate.
The left square, labelled “world,” is around the size of Austria. If that area were covered in solar thermal power plants, it could produce enough electricity to meet world demand. The area in the center would be required to meet European demand. The one on the right corresponds to Germany’s energy demand.
A post on tumblr on environmentalism with more than a few hundred notes? This is very rare.
Does that figure include the power loss owing to the massive web of cables that would have to branch outward to every home (and workplace) on the planet?
Never mind the massive environmental risk and human labor cost of building and maintaining such infrastructure?
And never mind the absolute insanity of having the entire planet’s power centralized in a single location big enough to see from space?
After some mulling over, I’ve decided that FBI jab was impulsive and unfounded. I’m sorry.
But my point still stands.
Murray Bookchin and his “lifestyle anarchism” caricature is the most divisive, destructive, and sectarian thing to ever happen to anarchism since the Platform was published. In fact, I’d even go so far as to say that it’s probable that Bookchin got bankrolled by the FBI to start the whole kerfuffle and “divide and conquer” the newly-resurrected anarchist consciousness, given the stark contrast between *Social Anarchism* and his earlier writings.
The sad thing is that that’s probably the most subversive thing I’ve done in my entire high school career besides failing to organize an Occupy event 2 years ago.