posted on Sep, 21 2013 @ 12:37 AM
Today our current population is about 7 billion people (world wide), of that 1 billion people live in the Western Hemisphere. Based upon recent
research by the year 2050 the Earth human population will
reach 10 billion, with the Western Hemisphere having a population of about 2 billion. 50 years later
one is potentially looking at a Western Hemisphere with a population that exceeds 3 billion.
Based upon current technology the world can feed about 5 billion people and today about 1/2
billion people die every day of starvation. In context given current technology it is possible
that over the next 100 years, we can increase that to about 7 billion.
Today 6.5 billion people are afforded with enough nutrition based upon the idea that, either they shop or they hunt. But what happens in 100 years and
considering the conclusion we can feed 7 billion people, with a total population of about 10 billion.
Today if the Western Hemisphere would stop all exports of food to the Eastern Hemisphere? Death as a result of starvation would sky-rocket
So what happens when the population of the Western Hemisphere can only feed itself???
This is not a joke....
edit on 21-9-2013 by Kashai because: Modifed and added content