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The amount of crops that have to be grown and transported to feed the animals that we eat is far greater than the amount that would be needed if we just ate the crops themselves. So, the more meat per person that is eaten in a country, the less environmentally friendly the people of that country collectively are. By weight if we ignore insects and fish most of the animal life on our planet is now intensively farmed for our own consumption.
Those animals produce enormous amounts of greenhouse gases during their short lives, with cattle being the worst polluters of all. The most common bird on the planet is now the domestic chicken, reared solely because so many of us in the rich world have become so used to eating cheap meat.
The bubble chart below suggests that the more unequal countries again sized according to population tend to consume more meat. But the general trend is pretty clear.
Increasing meat consumption has not made us healthier. In some countries we are now eating so excessively that it is making many of us obese. Obesity rates are much higher in affluent countries that are more economically unequal. One theory as to why is that the poor in such countries have to resort to cheap fast food, which is advertised to them aggressively and often includes lower-grade meat.
Another theory is that in more equitable countries the population tends to be better educated and so can more easily see through the folly of fast-food advertising and gluttony. These theories remain unproven, but what we do know is that people in more economically unequal countries in general eat more meat per person by weight.
Whatever the reason, greater equality is associated with less obesity and less meat eating, and the world needs human beings to eat less meat if we are to avoid depleting our soils, increasing greenhouse gases and also reducing the biodiversity of the planet to such an extent that monocultures prevail and we lose habitats. Cartoon by Ella Furness Transport: Among the most affluent 25 countries three stand out as extreme in this regard: These three are among the least densely populated countries in the rich world and driving distances between homes and workplaces are often long, but they have chosen to arrange their cities in this way.
That choice was again affected by economic inequality and the beliefs associated with it: In these three cases there are large dense urban areas that can only function with good public transport such as underground trains, buses and trams. But it is worth noting that no relatively equal affluent country consumes more than half as much gasoline per person as Canada and the US do each year.
All of us will have to consume far less fossil fuel in the near future and those reductions will be far more easily achieved in a country that sees the provision of efficient, low-polluting public transport as a collective good rather than a dangerous precedent. The equality effect on the environment is most evident when we look within countries.
In its December report, Oxfam found that the greatest polluters of all were the most affluent 10 per cent of US households. The Canadian top 10 per cent were the next most polluting, followed by the British, Russian and South African elites, as shown in the graph to the right. The equality effect is clearly also an environmental effect.
The poor pollute less when less poor and the rich pollute less when less rich. Alternatively we could consider something as simple as the proportion of people who cycle or walk to work in each country. This ranges from 50 per cent in the Netherlands to less than 5 per cent in the US. But behind all of these factors lies the basic difference in how human beings are ranked.
Rank them sky high by paying them many times more than other people and they can become so conceited that they more easily treat others who are less well-off poorly, with no respect and with little empathy. They then argue for cycle routes, pavements, good public transport, and to be able to afford to live near where they work. The equality effect influences almost everything we do and so much about us. They believed that the ridge was formed by the feet of the gods as they walked over the lake and so they carried on recording the date the ridge was formed each year after that, to the present day.
Want to know more? Between and it failed to freeze over 12 times. He remained at his brother's home until buying his own in While in residence there he was very productive, publishing three versions of Leaves of Grass among other works.
He was also last fully physically active in this house, receiving both Oscar Wilde and Thomas Eakins. His other brother, Edward, an "invalid" since birth, lived in the house. When his brother and sister-in-law were forced to move for business reasons, he bought his own house at Mickle Street now Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. During this time, he began socializing with Mary Oakes Davis—the widow of a sea captain. She was a neighbor, boarding with a family in Bridge Avenue just a few blocks from Mickle Street. She brought with her a cat, a dog, two turtledoves, a canary, and other assorted animals.
While in Southern New JerseyWhitman spent a good portion of his time in the then quite pastoral community of Laurel Springsbetween andconverting one of the Stafford Farm buildings to his summer home.
The restored summer home has been preserved as a museum by the local historical society. Part of his Leaves of Grass was written here, and in his Specimen Days he wrote of the spring, creek and lake. To him, Laurel Lake was "the prettiest lake in: I have no relief, no escape: Whitman died on March 26, The cause of death was officially listed as " pleurisy of the left side, consumption of the right lung, general miliary tuberculosis and parenchymatous nephritis.
He once stated he did not taste "strong liquor" until he was 30  and occasionally argued for prohibition. He denied any one faith was more important than another, and embraced all religions equally.
An Encyclopedia classes him as one of several figures who "took a more pantheist or pandeist approach by rejecting views of God as separate from the world. Whitman's sexual orientation is generally assumed on the basis of his poetry, though this assumption has been disputed. His poetry depicts love and sexuality in a more earthy, individualistic way common in American culture before the medicalization of sexuality in the late 19th century.
Some biographers have suggested that he may not have actually engaged in sexual relationships with males,  while others cite letters, journal entries, and other sources that they claim as proof of the sexual nature of some of his relationships. Some contemporary scholars are skeptical of the veracity of Whitman's denial or the existence of the children he claimed.
Interviewed inDoyle said: He did not get out at the end of the trip—in fact went all the way back with me. InEdward Carpenter told Gavin Arthur of a sexual encounter in his youth with Whitman, the details of which Arthur recorded in his journal. As a teenager, he lived on the same street in Camden and moved in with Whitman, living with him a number of years and serving him in various roles.
Duckett was 15 when Whitman bought his house at Mickle Street. From at leastDuckett and his grandmother, Lydia Watson, were boarders, subletting space from another family at Mickle Street.
Because of this proximity, Duckett and Whitman met as neighbors.
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Their relationship was close, with the youth sharing Whitman's money when he had it. Whitman described their friendship as "thick". Though some biographers describe him as a boarder, others identify him as a lover. Whitman gave Stafford a ring, which was returned and re-given over the course of a stormy relationship lasting several years. Of that ring, Stafford wrote to Whitman, "You know when you put it on there was but one thing to part it from me, and that was death.
He had a romantic friendship with a New York actress, Ellen Grey, in the spring ofbut it is not known whether it was also sexual. He still had a photograph of her decades later, when he moved to Camden, and he called her "an old sweetheart of mine".
This claim has never been corroborated. Nature was naked, and I was also Sweet, sane, still Nakedness in Nature! Is not nakedness indecent? It is your thought, your sophistication, your fear, your respectability, that is indecent. There come moods when these clothes of ours are not only too irksome to wear, but are themselves indecent.
Shakespeare authorship Whitman was an adherent of the Shakespeare authorship questionrefusing to believe in the historical attribution of the works to William Shakespeare of Stratford-upon-Avon. Whitman comments in his November Boughs regarding Shakespeare's historical plays: