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  1. #1 can we convert curd back into milk? 
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    is it possible in ANY way?


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    Feed it to goats. Milk the goats.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Feed it to goats. Milk the goats.
    ha ha . yup.

    but why would goats eat curd?
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    Goats will eat pretty much anything as far as I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Goats will eat pretty much anything as far as I know.
    ok suppose they dont eat curd. then what is next possible alternative. it is not as complex as making sulphuric acid. come on
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    Feed it to a cat, and let the cat make cat milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold14370 View Post
    Feed it to a cat, and let the cat make cat milk.
    yup. ha ha . again

    is there any mechanism/technique for this conversion (or whatever you call it), "not eating type of thing"
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    No, the chemical processes have change the milk too much.
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    Nope, the milk proteins have become irreversibly denatured. No way to get the native conformations back.
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    Create an genetically engineered creature that has bacteria+plant+fungus+goat dna. THe hybid could eat what plants and fungus absorb such as shite, the goat might have green grassy fur for photosythesis, then the plant+bacteria+fungus enzyms or digestion create the nutrient and creates plant proteins, then these are carried into a secondary goatish digestion system that converts it the same way goats digest plants, and then the goat animal can be milked.

    It might take 268 years of genetic research but if enough scientist work on a shite-eating-goat Manhattan Project I think it can be achieved before the year 2258.
    Where upon it would be big news "extra extra, the shite eating goat is now operational and we can now crap and drink milk!"

    Various recycling technologies (synthetic or genetically engineered) will be most useful for space colonization.
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