Are we really developing complex and expensive infrastructure for foodstuffs?
Alright, admittedly that would be IoTB. Sure, I could have used tomatoes, but let’s face it, bacon is a funny word and apparently has positive connotations, judging by the fact that the meat industry uses it to describe thin slices of reformed poultry meat that has a reputation for sticking to your frying pan. But enough of my breakfast tribulations. The fact that I can’t cook turkey bacon is of little concern to today’s great minds. The fact that I may run out of the stuff is, however, enough to send a shock wave across an entire industry, causing otherwise intelligent men and women to stand up in forums of their peers waving their arms excitedly at both the prospect of this catastrophe being averted with billions of dollars of complex infrastructure and the fear for humanity if it isn’t.