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#110 - theuntakenusername (08/14/2016) [-]
Well, I hate to break this to you, but food for animals and humans is produced wholly with the help of lower life forms without central nervous system, namely plants, bacteria, and fungi. Ever heard of food chains? When the savanna turns into desert, the lions die as well even if they pave the entire area.
|#102 - It's mostly apples and oranges, to compare energy production, …||08/14/2016 on This Week In Science 8/12||0|
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#102 - theuntakenusername (08/14/2016) [-]
It's mostly apples and oranges, to compare energy production, or CO2 production with losses in biodiversity or desertification. But it does make some sense. We are currently relying on fossil fuels, which are not replaced at the same rate. This means that for now we can afford a net deficit in terms of energy, but in a few decades? At the current human population 2050 is the point of no return, but with increasing consumption and energy need. Possibly in ten years we'll be fighting over energy, water and food in some parts of the world.
#35 - tomahawkkit (08/14/2016) [-]
that graph means the week that marks the point where we consumed more resources than earth regenerates happened in 1969. so either way your wrong.
also, in a capitalist society, their wont be a day where we run out of resources any time soon. for example if the supply of oil depleted, then the price would go up, and it would be very expensive to drive a gas car. renting an electric car would be cheaper in comparison, and having solar panels on your house would be more desirable than the expensive alternative. (buring coal).
so their isnt anything to worry about until there is something to worry about
#51 - anon (08/14/2016) [-]
it's *you're wrong
and that graph simply says that our ecological footprint > biocapacity on an annual basis - and that's since 1966.
So - since the annual ecological foot print is higher than the annual biocapacity there has to be a point trough the year where the biocapacity is equal the ecological footprint within the actual year. And since the footprint is roughly double the size it is fitting that this point is somewaht reached in Q3 every year.
#49 - anon (08/14/2016) [-]
*You're, There, Burning, There.
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