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Originally posted by wehavenoclue
We need integrative solutions. I'm working on proofing a concept for economic feasibility on a small scale with dreams to scale up and implement in metro areas across the nation.
Garbage feeding chicken and pigs from slops created at restaurants. You just have to heat it up to burn up the pathogens to make it legal. You feed this mixed with grass mowed on site to the animals. They produce food, and manure which gets cycled into aquaponics. Duckweed grows from the manure and this feeds tilapia. Tilapia produce excess nitrogen which gets converted into nitrites and nitrates by bacteria. That's plant food.
You get ham, pork, bacon, chicken, eggs, tilapia, veggies and herbs from slops. Not a real solution to our problems, but it's a step in the right direction.edit on 19-6-2013 by wehavenoclue because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
I do not believe for one second we have the technology to have already consumed that much of our resources.. Probably wont in another thousand years. There is tons of land that's never been touched. This report is probably a scare tactic to force an agenda.
On the other side, i wish we would run out of everything overnight, right now. It's the only way to force correct thinking about new global energy solutions.
The land and water wars will begin in the next 15 years and there is nothing we can do about it
Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by boncho
There are many far better solutions to the current. Hydrogen bubblers in cars so you run on water!!!! Thats a good one. Methane, of course.