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Hahahaha!!

Love how you came back to the damn bears!

OT:

Trying to sustain an animal food supply around profits and quantity isn't viable. We as humans can't survive the conditions we put on farmed animals, so there is no reason to expect them to.

Human population is well beyond what this planet can naturally sustain.

Not even close. Right now, we produce enough to feed every single person in the world with the stuff that gets thrown out. Why don't we? Logistics nightmare.

Not only do you have to convince a vast majority of restraunts, coffee shops, etc, ect to coordinate by dropping off their nearly perished items but then you'd have to freeze them and ship them while continuing to freeze them as they reach their final destination. That would cost trillions to do on a global scale.

As for land, there's PLENTY land for everyone.

The only real issues with 7+ billion people is people are dumb, panicky anmials that do dumb, panicky animal things. I could list examples for days of how people's greed and short sightedness wreck perfectly maintainable situations.
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It's £500 a year here to fish fresh salmon not so bad xD
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Why do we care? Are people fat deficient now? No.
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Why do we care? Are people fat deficient now? No.

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"Current global population of over 7 billion is already two to three times higher than the sustainable level. Several recent studies show that Earth's resources are enough to sustain only about 2 billion people at a European standard of living."

http://www.worldpopulationbalance.org/3_times_sustainable

Problem is that most of the population is still not living in the EU standard, and the developed world is just fine for that fact to continue on for the next 10,000 years.
People have their iPhone 7 or S7 or even their cheap 50$ phone, at a "reasonable" and comfortable price, because a larger population is living off a 10$ (or less) a day salar

If we had forced and given every one in the world an equal opportunity and living status, than yes, we would have to cut the extra weight so to speak.

But 11 billion people, if most are still at the lower end of the scale, is very much sustainable at the grand picture.
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Well I'm a proponent of zero population growth and immigration should be used to maintain that ZPG goal, and not to grow the population. But there are no politicians that would even talk about a position like this. The political class is addicted to infinite growth and there is nothing those of us with sense can do to change that. Especially when the liberal social justice establishment is addicted to importing never ending swarms of immigrants.

We should figure out what population density is viable for first world living standards and enforce that density. 10 people per 100 square kilometers sounds about right to me, meaning pretty much everywhere will have to start thinking about shrinking their population.

Europe, asia, and africa are all obscenely overpopulated, and north america is headed in that direction. There should be massive censure for any country that maintains excessive population growth in this day and age. If you can't get your people to reproduce at sustainable levels then perhaps you don't deserve a decent quality of life. If your people don't contribute to the shared prosperity of our species as a whole then again, perhaps your people don't deserve to partake of that prosperity.
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The political class is addicted to infinite growth and there is nothing those of us with sense can do to change that. Especially when the liberal social justice establishment is addicted to importing never ending swarms of immigrants.

Referring to the liberal social justice establishment; I would prefer a negative population growth.
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This thread become nearly as weird as that "Does Japanese wear socks in theirs homes, or are they barefoot? thread.
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This thread become nearly as weird as that "Does Japanese wear socks in theirs homes, or are they barefoot? thread.
Well, do they?
    
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This thread become nearly as weird as that "Does Japanese wear socks in theirs homes, or are they barefoot? thread.

I had to read that twice, but second run had me lol'ing hard irl for some reason

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