Posted 1 year ago on Aug. 19, 2013, 12:04 p.m. EST by Phanya2011
from Tucson, AZ
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Someone pointed out that we can feed 11 billion people, so what's the problem? They did not mention that we have 7.106 billion already and have not even started feeding them. For comparison, in 1350 -- that's 663 years ago -- the entire population had grown from Year 1 of 200 million to 370 million. That's about what the U.S. has now. It's beginning to look like human kind not only will not survive, but it should not, unless we allow ourselves to care about each other more than pretty colored pieces of paper.