posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 05:21 AM
Despite all the environmental effects from the conflicts with industry self regulation, after working on factory farms the tension does become quite
clear with high population densities. It is like there is some organic regulation process at work to limit the overall population for the betterment
of the group.
As an example, when you introduce a bacteria to a petri dish it has a great time with lots of lovin, growth and room to move. Then the boundaries of
the dish are found and no more room to grow, as the resources become diminished it is time to die. Depending on the bacteria strain this is achieved
in different ways like hibernation, cannibalism, evolution or just a slow rotting death. With the diversity and complexity of humans, this is
expressed in many different ways, including flipping out.