reply to post by br0ker
I am a native american, I learned how to eat off the land several years ago when I saw all
this coming at us.
To be honest with wild edibles, insects, fruit trees, nut trees, the Ojibwa bird trap, snaring,
fish traps, and what have you the odds of me starving are so close to zero I don't see it
In fact I have plans to feed a lot of ppl based off what I know and what I have hidden
in various locations, sunflower seeds for fat and nuts, and amaranth seeds for protein.
The scarcity paradigm is a bad joke, if we eat what does well naturally we have abundance,
no need for chemical warfare on the soil that creates huge deadzones in the gulf of mexico.
One guy in Wisconsin grows 1 million lbs. of food on 3 acres 365 days a year using compost as heat
by using Hydroponics and Aquaponics together.
Things tribes knew centuries ago are being "rediscovered", this was done by tribes in central america
with floating reed beds on top of the water and fish below long ago.
All the food the world needs can be grown on non-arable land about the size of West Virginia.
And for the dullards, of course you want to locate the food production where the ppl are,
not in West Virginia...Globalization and shipping food all over the planet is idiotic.