“When a massive power outage struck southern California in the 1990s, Los Angeles residents reportedly called 911 to express alarm about strange clouds hovering overhead; they were seeing the Milky Way for the first time.”
— Seeing in the Dark | Light Pollution
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Hungry for some chicken nuggets?
You can easily make them yourself by first dipping pieces of chicken into a mix of egg and milk, roll them around in flour and spices, then cook the chicken in sizzling hot oil until the pieces are brown, crispy and delicious.
And don’t forget a dash of dimethylpolysiloxane, ya know, the foaming agent made of silicone found in Silly Putty and cosmetics.
Oh right, almost forgot the tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ). If you don’t have this chemical preservative in your cupboard you can use lighter fluid as a replacement. Just be easy on this stuff because five grams of TBHQ has been proven to kill you.
Sprinkle on thirteen other corn-derived ingredients, and you’re only about twenty shy as many ingredients as a single chicken nugget from McDonald’s. And you were using pulverized chicken skin and mechanically reclaimed meat for your chicken, right?
Chicken only accounts for about 50% of a Chicken McNugget. The other 50% includes a large percentage of corn derivatives, sugars, leavening agents and other completely synthetic ingredients, meaning that parts of the nugget do not come from a field or farm at all. They come from a petroleum plant. Still hungry for some nuggets? http://on.fb.me/10cgHK0