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Which drink does more harm, soda or beer, and which is more harmful to the environment?

A. Both soda and beer can be harmful to health if consumed in excess.

Soda has a lot of added sugar, few nutrients, and can cause dental problems.

Beer contains alcohol, many calories, dehydrates and affects the liver, over time.

Moderation is key. Experts recommend limiting both and focusing on water, juices and milk for a healthy diet.

Beer probably has slightly more risks from alcohol and dehydration. But excessive consumption of any unhealthy drinks should be avoided.

The production and consumption of beer generates more pollution than soft drinks.

Beer emits more CO2 due to its fermentation process and the agricultural resources it requires.

It requires more energy for refrigeration, its packaging in glass or aluminum pollutes more, and its transportation and disposal generates more emissions than soft drinks.

The increased global production and consumption of beer also contributes to a higher environmental impact.

But, in general, studies indicate that beer pollutes more per liter, mainly due to agriculture and fermentation.

And, for example, why don't we drink a glass of water instead of a soft drink?


How many resources does it take to bring a steak to the table? The question comes because I recently read that an action that could help more than others to reduce global warming was to stop eating meat.

A. Large amounts of resources are required to produce beef and get it to the consumer's table:

Water: From 200 to 1,150 liters of water per kilogram of meat. For drinking, pastures and food crops.

Food: Livestock consume grass and crops such as corn, soybeans and grains. 10,000-15,000 liters of water are required per kg of food.

Land: More than one square meter per kg of meat for pastures and crops.

Fuel: Diesel for machinery, transportation and refrigeration. Approximate 140 liters per beef in its life.

Grains: A beef consumes up to 7 kg of grains for every kilo of weight gain. 63% of corn and grains are destined for animal feed.

Antibiotics and growth hormones are also used in breeding.

Resources in slaughterhouses: energy, water, packaging.

Transportation of frozen meat to points of sale.

Surprising figures, don't you think?


What is a hexahectaenneacontakaiheptagon?

A. A hexahectaenneacontakaiheptagon is a polygon with 617 sides. It is a very large and complex geometric shape that is rarely found in practical applications. The name “hexahectaenneacontakaiheptagon” is derived from the Greek words “hexa” (six), “hecta” (one hundred), “enneaconta” (ninety), “kai” (and), “hepta” (seven) and “gon” ( angle), which together describe the specific number of sides the polygon has.

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