Even though this week’s topic is in a different section of the textbook than last week’s topic they seem to be interconnected, hence Professor Vaughn

Even though this week’s topic is in a different section of the textbook than last week’s topic they seem to be interconnected, hence Professor Vaughn by inserting it after in light of that change I am going to start out with part of one of my reply’s to one of last week’s posts without getting into all the projections that are out there, would it not make sense that if in the last 200 plus years the human population has grown by a factor of 10 that in the next 200 plus yeas it could also grow by a factor of 10 or to 70 billion, I am writing a paper for my classtitled which is also known as sustainable chemistry, that ties into two of this week’s questions and once more would it not make sense that the amount of space required to sustain each human is greater than the square footage of how many people can stand in an area wall to wall, with that line of thought I listed below the link to a site of a documentary film titled which is on Netflix, along with some of their figures of how much area is required for agriculture that is exacerbated by livestock (there is a lot of figures, along with unsustainable natural resources data on the web site listed under go figure on that heading, which I will not list as they are more reverent to last week’s topic such as even though the two topics are inter woven) keeping in mind that there is only so much arable land available, of which in this country we continue to build housing on in an misguided attempt to avoid other groups of people, whom eventually follow no matter how far out you build suburbs surrounding our city’s (urban sprawl) I have also listed links to the two authors articles that are used in this week’s section of the text book, only included for a more in-depth understanding of the section we are covering this week as in the material I posted in the discussion board every other week, if you are so inclined to read as it has been my experience in the six years I have been taking classes at that the weekly discussions are for academic communication and learning between students as a major part of online learning, which cause problems that require only a private email discussion with our professors, in closing it has not been my attempt to show bias to the resent past and present presidential administrations, that might offend any other students (as myself I am a conflicted registered republican, whom voted for both [without cheating] past presidential candidates, one candidate because I do not support Ohio’s governor whom won the primary in his home state anyways and the second candidate due to my belief that health care insurance providers should not be able to exclude people based on preexisting medical conditions) only to bring forth facts on their past legacy and present potential environmental records. Oppenlander, Richard A. Food Choice and Sustainability: Why Buying Local, Eating Less Meat, and Taking Baby Steps Won’t Work. Minneapolis, MN: Langdon Street, 2013. Print. Oppenlander, Richard A. Less Meat, and Taking Baby Steps Won’t Work. Minneapolis, MN : Langdon Street, 2013. Print. Vegan: 1/6th acre Vegetarian: 3x as much as a vegan Meat Eater: 18x as much as a vegan   [xvii] Robbins, John. Diet for a New America, StillPoint Publishing, 1987, p. 352 National Geographic As World’s Population Booms, Will Its Resources Be Enough for Us? New projections of escalating growth increase the tension between humanity’s expanding needs and what the planet can provide. Dennis Dimick September 21, 2014 The American Spectator Edited by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. Population, Economy, and God Tom Bethell May 12, 2009

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