Even if cattle numbers have doubled, the human population had far more effect. From 1800 to 2000 it went up 631%Well no. I'm someone who, when conducting an argument, likes to have facts and not some made up crap.
Spent 10 minutes googling while having coffee. I've found nothing.
The important distinction is that if there are twice the cattle compared to 200 years ago , then there will be twice the methane production that has a higher warming effect than co2.
Is any of that incorrect?
Not withstanding the carbon effect of being at war almost every day somewhere in that time.... Also not withstanding the fossil fuel useage for recreational tourism which is completely as unnecessary as war. Yet the middle class cant wait to jump back on a plane and jet off to their favorite holiday spot, all the while happily being brainwashed into thinking its animal agriculture fault.....