Yet, we are still centuries away before we really hit any genuine limit on agricultural output even with today's mainstream agricultural practices.Yeah they still will- to make way for more people. The Earth is not infinite. Also increasing food increases the carrying capacity; therefor creating more mouths.
Industry is only sustainable in small numbers. This is really a suicidal idea for humanity and the rest of the planet.Yet, we are still centuries away before we really hit any genuine limit on agricultural output even with today's mainstream agricultural practices.
Half of the food in the world is wasted, with most of it in the West. As I said before, even without having everybody subsisting on a diet of seaweed, the earth can house close to one trillion people in a relative comfort.
And by the time we will hit that, we will have many times more productive agriculture, and industry, and be probably already making city sized space stations, thus obviating the scarcity of land as such.
No but he did explain it. David Pimentel is an insect ecologist and made contributions to other ecology.Again, you're posting old videos with senile old men in them...
You need to update your research.
Btw, Daniel Quinn is a author......a writer....what does he know about overpopulation??
Is he a scientist, an engineer, a manager at a farm?? Nope...