Will we eat ourselves into extinction?
With the rapidly growing population of the world, will we reach a point where we can no longer produce enough food to feed it? We can grow enough today, for our current population. It is just that it might not all be in the right place and transportation to where it is needed, is often difficult and expensive.
Depends on how humans taste. With all the preservatives in our diet, I should think it would be rather foul and artificial.
Depends what you mean by food?
In affluent countries there is more than enough food to feed people but much of it is rubbish, ie; take away junk food. You eat too much junk food and you will be extinct sooner than you think.
When it comes to the poorer nations if they are taught how to use their own resources and plant food for their climates then this is one way to prevent lack of food.
Population growth is inevitable so the correct strategies much be put in place by Governments to address the situation.
No, the elite who own the world, and misuse the rest of the population do not eat Monsanto foods.
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