Scientists Create Bacon Flavored Seaweed, Warmists Immediately Link It To “Climate Change”

Have you heard about this yet?

(Time) Researchers from Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center say they’ve created and patented a new type of seaweed that has the potential to be sold commercially as the next big superfood.

The reason? It tastes just like bacon, they claim.

The bizarre but tasty creation is actually a new strain of red marine algae called dulse that is packed full of minerals and protein and looks like red lettuce.

So, this is a “superfood”, super duper good for you! And, making it taste like bacon would is simply awesome. Of course, along comes Joe Romm’s George Soros funded Climate Progress

This Seaweed Tastes Like Bacon. It Could Help Clean The Oceans.

By “clean the oceans”, they don’t actually mean really worried about ocean pollution. They mention nutrient runoff, particularly from agriculture, but, that is not their true concern

Besides nutrient runoff, ocean acidification is another environmental pressure that’s expected to alter marine ecosystems in the future. As the ocean begins to absorb more and more of the carbon dioxide that humans are putting into the atmosphere, the pH of the water is expected to decrease, making the world’s oceans more acidic. For organisms like shellfish, that could be a problem, because acidic waters means shellfish have to work harder to produce their shells, leaving them with less energy to fight disease or find food.

But like excess nutrients, Yarish said, seaweed has also shown an ability to thrive in waters with greater concentrations of carbon dioxide.

“Algae are the winners when it comes to ocean acidification,” he said. “They have the ability to extract more CO2 out of the water, and therefore lowering the pH of that water.”

No matter the subject, Cult Of Climastrology members are always willing to ruin it with their insane ideology.

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