Last week, American scientists mixed Gas-X tablets in cattle feed. As a result, the global temperature has dropped a whopping three degrees since.
“Livestock accounts for around 14 to 18 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions each year, so by feeding them Gas-X for gas relief, we’ve seen the drop as a result,” said head scientist Matt Grapel.
Cows, along with other animals like buffalo and sheep, have a compartment in their stomachs called the rumen, which allows them to digest tough, fibrous grasses, but that digestion process, called rumination, creates the greenhouse gas methane, which is harmful to the environment.
“Who knew the easiest way to combat climate change was to feed all cows over-the-counter nausea medicine?” Grapel said, while throwing plastic water bottles in the garbage and ordering overnight delivery for 20 individual packages.
When asked about how the scientist’s new Gas-X policy is affecting their lives, all the cows agreed that we all have to do our part to help the planet.
“My favorite flavor is cherry creme,” said Betsy the cow.