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Comments On - The Future of Food


It would be difficult but not impossible
a', Houston, TX
Posted: 8/22/2013 6:54:22 AM
hi
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Posted: 7/3/2013 11:08:59 PM
food
p, p, PW
Posted: 5/13/2013 11:56:56 PM
Of course it's possible to feed the population of this world. And Peak Oil is not the impediment of feeding even more, it's our distribution and local production systems. We have made it much more expensive to produce food in the last century. It's high time to move to more integrated and local production of food.
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 5/13/2013 8:32:44 AM
Today is the 11th.
p, i, ID
Posted: 5/11/2013 11:47:03 PM
Today is the 10th.
p, m, ID
Posted: 5/10/2013 11:25:40 PM
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n, n, NE
Posted: 5/9/2013 11:45:36 PM
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p, p, PW
Posted: 5/8/2013 11:52:31 PM
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p, p, PW
Posted: 4/26/2013 12:13:55 AM
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o, o, OH
Posted: 4/25/2013 11:55:40 PM
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n, n, NE
Posted: 4/24/2013 11:46:25 PM
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m, m, ME
Posted: 4/20/2013 11:28:13 PM
hear hear
g, p, PW
Posted: 4/19/2013 11:47:39 PM
This article refers to but does not provide solutions to the main problem: that of a lack of appropriate distribution. The cost of producing food in an organic method is significantly less than the cost of the now-traditional chemical-dependent methods.

The solution is really going to be local. More people are going to produce more of what they consume locally. It is cheaper, more nutritionally dense and can be done by anyone.
Bruce, Las Vegas, NV
Posted: 4/15/2013 11:38:00 AM
Good to know
Annie, Houston, TX
Posted: 4/12/2013 7:03:50 AM
yep
i, i, ID
Posted: 4/10/2013 11:58:00 PM

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