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EDIT: for some context on the problems this creates

The science is clear that fast-growing chickens like the Ross 308 are doomed by their genetics. These have been engineered to grow so incredibly fast, and their bodies just cannot handle it.”

Jackson said secret filming at broiler farms supplying big supermarkets has shown birds struggling to walk or collapsing under their own weight, or dying from heart failure, and dead birds were filmed lying among the flocks.

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Andrew Knight, a professor of animal welfare and ethics at the University of Winchester, said: “With these really rapid growth rates, it can be difficult for the heart and circulatory system to keep up with the expanding body mass. A proportion of these animals suffer from heart failure. It’s also difficult for the bones, ligaments and tendons to keep up with the rapidly increasing body mass, meaning that a proportion of these birds become severely lame [inability to walk properly].”

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/apr/16/cheaper-than-chips-frankenchicken-at-the-centre-of-fight-for-animal-welfare

And that quote only lists just some of the health problems they face. There's a ton of other problems too

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submitted 1 day ago* (last edited 1 day ago) by marcie@lemmy.ml to c/dataisbeautiful@lemmy.ml

Dug up their survey for it out of curiosity, you can find their original post here https://hexbear.net/post/2226865

Interesting note on cis women https://hexbear.net/comment/4782033

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What to do, if you need to visualize a large network graph but all tools you try can only draw a hairball or eat all your RAM and hang…

Just wanted to share this article that I came across (tho it's from 2019).

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Most Common PIN Codes (informationisbeautiful.net)
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submitted 3 weeks ago* (last edited 3 weeks ago) by Ragdoll_X@lemmy.world to c/dataisbeautiful@lemmy.ml

https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/science-isnt-broken/


Another study with the same goal of comparing the results from different research teams found similar disparities, though the graphs aren't quite as pretty.

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submitted 3 months ago* (last edited 3 months ago) by JohnDClay@sh.itjust.works to c/dataisbeautiful@lemmy.ml

As you reduce the amount of carbon emissions (the y axis) the methods to keep reducing carbon cost more (the x axis.)

This great graph came to my attention from this video from vlogbrothers. It also has some good explanations of what it means.

Note that carbon capture doesn't really make sense till you've exhausted all the other emission minimizing methods.

Source: https://www.edf.org/revamped-cost-curve-reaching-net-zero-emissions

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submitted 3 months ago by otter@lemmy.ca to c/dataisbeautiful@lemmy.ml

At the end of 2023, we ran a census on lemmy.ca. Analyzing the data took a little longer than I thought it would, but the results are now available!

To see the post, you can do one of:

  • Use this link: https://lemmy.ca/post/15125231
    • On mobile, your app should open it in your home instance
    • On desktop, you can use the InstanceAssistant extension to redirect the post
  • Open !main@lemmy.ca and see the pinned posts

I didn't do a regular crosspost in case there is an error in the results. This way I only need to fix one post instead of many.

Hope you enjoy :)

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Apologies. This might not be the perfect community for the post.

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Answering the age old question...

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New York Times managed this with eloquence.

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Total energy production sources and consumption by state
https://www.eia.gov/beta/states/overview
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