Publisher, Huckle, Kato discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

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That you think if these solutions were implemented scale would be twenty fifty oh, well, we get it just we just scaled them. And then we start to tweak them say realis- exceleron this one little more. Do this. You know, so forth, and we can do at twenty forty five. We can do at twenty forty. I mean, we can do it even sooner. It's it's interesting. But what we did is just took the scaling rates that were there rather than sort of imposing projecting upon them. And when we hit the total button because you can't model a solution by itself. Nothing exists by itself, and every solution interacts dynamically with so many other sectors of society. I mean food being probably the most complex in that sense. And so two months before the book came out, April seventeenth, we had laid it out we designed it. We had the plates not the publisher. And we waited the last moment to put in the numbers because you never down with a model every single model is. Wrong. And every so often you can make a model, that's useful. The only time they grind them as useful. You it's about the future. Nobody knows if you so we waited right into the end cosmologists better and better and we hit the tone about in February twenty seventeen and we were shocked. We were so surprised they're going how big my gosh. Oh, yeah. It's like this. Who would we get down to times or how how far back can we get in? What sense? Well, if we implement all these hundred solutions. Well, what to say is that when we hit the toll about an eight of the top twenty or food related. Yeah. Food. That's what I want to get back to food related like who knew right? Exactly. It's shock to me. I mean, I always knew that climate change in issue right here about factory farming of animals, methane and the release criminal side the way we farm here about the use of energy through the fertilizers. We use the pest size. We were all petrochemical and transporting foods was one fifth of all our fossil fuels are used to fuel animal production and also agriculture practices. So that's a. That's a lot twenty percent. But you know, I didn't think it was such a big solution. Like, you said it was a big hot for me. And I've been in this business for a while. So I was sort of shocked to hear that. What what you're saying? Is that the food sector isn't necessarily the biggest contributor to climate change. Although it is the second biggest right after energy apt to transport transportation, which is a lot of energy right cars or see us as ships. Yeah. So that that's pretty big. Yeah. Number two. Yeah. And and yet it's the number one solution to climate change. Which is because it's a twofer. Yeah. It does two things one is when you take agricultural practices and move away from Kato's confined footing feeding operations for ruminants an picks you not only reduce and avoid emissions. Stop putting greenhouse gases up there. But you can actually sa- question. Right. And you know in regenerative agriculture food for us. It goes on and on getting rid of wait Huckle to cops. I mean, it's such centers. So no other sector can really do that. That is stop emitting and put back home because all the carbon that's up there. That's in question in the sense that it's greater than the proximity. Two hundred eighty AM that was their up and down during the Holocene period pill last ten thousand years that carbon the extra carbon which is now CO two at Faro nine PPM. We put it up there. And so really drawdowns about coming bring it back home because it actually is ancient sunlight, that's what call gas and oil is ancient sunlight, it's ancient photosynthesis and his photo, synthesis. That can actually bring it back home and start in the soil per centuries and thousands of years so on to break the conversation down. There's there's the big picture of what are the top sectors? And I just want to briefly go over those who will put it in context. They wanna talk about the food sector in a sense of how is our food system, contributing the climate change. What are those big things that are happening that we're doing in our food system that are making it worse. And then let's go through the saloon. So I'm going to walk you through. Let's start with the big picture..

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