[Chugalug] ot: phosophrus was Re: Richard Stallman and open source
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Sat Dec 15 16:41:43 UTC 2012
Did we just recently explode from 1.5 Billion to 7 billion, just
because of the so-called "green" revolution?
So, when that misguided "solution" doesn't scale, will we go back to
1.5 Billion through starvation? no.
Can we go back to anywhere near that through starvation however caused?
no. we will not die-back more than a guesstimated 1/2 billion before
our dear idiot species will go absolutely ape-shit. Planetary
Mogadishu/Baghdad will make a very large die-back at that point. There
would be no situation or place of safety Planet-wide. Think about what
you know about our species.
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> I know several activists that are teaching soil building and composting.
> The problem is we had a population explosion since the misnamed
> "green revolution" which brought about global scale use of synthetic
> And Phosphorus in synthetic fertilizer is mined from a few locations
> and therefore finite.
> 7 Billion and growing would not be possible on just horse and green manure.
> ----- Bret McHone <dbmchone at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I won't say much as a direct rebuttal to that one to avoid taking
>> this any farther off topic. What I will say is that I do not agree
>> with that since crop rotation and composting does a great job of
>> putting nutrients back in the soil. Though I whole-heartedly admit
>> this article is probably referring to large-scale commercial
>> farming which I have no experience with or information about. I
>> have a small farm and have only recently really started
>> gardening/farming on any scale. Originally it was just for horses
>> but it has expanded a bit.
>> On Dec 14, 2012, at 11:54 AM, Rod-Lists wrote:
>> > A lot of people from all across the ideological spectrum think 7
>> billion people is too much.
>> > But that is about to take care of itself.
>> > http://www.businessinsider.com/peak-phosphorus-and-food-production-2012-12
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