My view is yes, sooner or later it is inevitable due to declines in production and resources and expansion of population. I also think we should not engage in alarmism at this point either. Much like peak oil this is a real problem that will get worse but over a rather long period of time, not tomorrow morning.
Tune in today to hear…
- A news caster that should have his ass kicked
- New swine flu cases in my back yard
- Don’t take your kid to the doctor if they don’t have any symptoms just to be “checked out” DUH!
- What we are learning about how people react in a SHTF right now
- How Spector’s defection is meaningless
- How politics is like pro wrestling - but it ain’t funny when it comes to our national leaders!
- 6 of the last 9 years we have failed to meet demand with global grain capacity
- What global trends are telling us about future food production expectations
- Why grain is so important to the global food supply
- Subsidiaries are not new, they are VERY old
- Why food shortages can only lead to war sooner or later
- 25% of US grain production will go to bio fuels in 2009
- The grain used for biofuel could feed a half a billion people in India
- Why we indeed may face water shortages soon - nothing to do with your Bermuda Grass
- How we are depleting fossil aquifers
- The powder keg of the US, Western Europe, India, Russia and China
- How individual agriculture is the answer, large scale farms can not grow food that way