Tag Archives: food

Future food security.

Nature’s remedy for overpopulation and the consequential shortage of food has always been population decimation. Despite the arrogant self-belief of mankind there is no reason to conclude that nature will not act normally. ☺ Advertisements

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Animal abnormalities & illnesses.

With the exception of Homo sapiens in the “civilized” world all animals living naturally have few naturally occurring abnormalities and illnesses. ☺

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The economy.

If one thinks that the economy is more important than people because it provides for people one has to just look at the state of the under privileged in countries with strong, or relatively strong, economies. ☺

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Technological trap.

We are in a technological trap: there is so much dangerous, or potentially dangerous, to life and health that is constantly being developed and allowed to be used that we are incapable of monitoring it  to make wise choices. In … Continue reading

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What to eat.

Unlike humans other animals usually know what to eat for their own good. ☺

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Meat farming and consumption.

As long as there are Earthlings who are attracted to the taste of meat there will be Earthlings who farm the animals for slaughter. This is necessary for both sets to work towards the spiritual goal of unqualified, total respect … Continue reading

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Inventions.

Anyone can invent something but everyone decides what to do with it. For example take the wheel and explosives. ☺

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