Think about it.
Nobody knew about it then and throughout all these centuries later and still now today we know nothing about it except for right here and that is basically just me.
Trying to explain it.
This whole entire thing dating from lets say twenty thousand years ago until right now today and not a living soul knows or has ever known about what I'm saying.
Stimulant drugs causing all this.
The driving force.
Like cocaine and amphetamines only coffee and caffeine and alcohol and milk and nicotine and wheat.
All of our fruits and grains and vegetables hybrid a hundred times over and in some cases a thousand times over to increase their desirability and carbohydrate content and ratios and palatability and salability and shelf life and value.
I remember when growing up in Federal Way, Washington, Auburn, Algona, Five Mile Lake, West Hill overlooking The Green River Valley.
Between Seattle and Tacoma.
The Pacific Ocean.
The Rocky Mountains.
1950 - 1962
My school years.
Edgemont Grade School.
Federal Way High School.
Washington State University
I didn't go there but that was one our major colleges.
They developed and bred the Palouse Pig and Delicious Apple while I was going to school.
I was in 4-H and had a pig so I learned quite a bit about pigs.
We had Apple Machines in our High School.
Big Ice Cold Delicious Apples
The Palouse Pig was a cross between two different breeds.
A Chester White and a Land Race I think.
One had the extra rib for bacon and the other had the big hams.
Giving the Palouse both.
The Delicious Apple
Both red and gold were the sweetest and crunchiest and most delicious apple you ever ate and with an odd shape.
They were concerned at the time if the public would accept it's shape.
We think nothing of it today.
Potatoes and wheat and corn breeds were being advanced.
Peaches and Cream Corn hadn't come into being yet I don't think.
High yield and salability being paramount.
Taste and shelf life and growability.
All thought to be wonderful and good like always.
Never a clue that we had raised mans sugar and carbohydrate consumption radio about a thousand times what it would normally be.
That in these concentration it had become a powerful stimulant drug.
Not an inkling or the slightest clue.
Sugar was a good thing.
Billions of people still think so today.
Most all of the planet earth.