Feeding the Future
Barren Land Threatens Indian Food Security
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  • lukelea

    “Itโ€™s very easy to stir up Malthusian fears of a future in which humanity overextends itself, . . .”

    Easy is not the word for it. As long as world population grows exponentially such a future is a certainty. Which is why it is so important that Western societies learn how to maintain themselves with stationary or slowly declining populations instead of resorting to mass immigration. Japan is leading the way. Take heed.

  • Pete

    Don’t be so sure on GMO food not being harmful.

    Perhaps the world is overpopulated a bit.

    • ShadrachSmith

      Are you volunteering to help reduce the problem ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Pete

        Sure. I’ll volunteer to serve you up for the cause.

  • ShadrachSmith

    Civilization is supported by plentiful food and energy. The Greens as sort of a super-tribal in-group are against both. You must admire the salesmanship it requires to sell humans on the proposition that humans (present company excepted) are a cancer on the planet. You simply must admire the salesmanship ๐Ÿ™‚

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