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    Speaking of environuts who need to explain shit...

    Where's your evidence that Earth can't grow enough food or render enough water to support this may humans. I noticed you've been running away every time I ask for your evidence. Why is that?
     
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    Really, I haven't been "running away" ... it's just that you complete lack of understanding the ecosystem makes debating you on it pointless. ;)
     
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    Still no evidence, I see. Quit running.
     
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    why don't you put something on the table for a change, spambot?
     
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    Accusing me of being a spambot ... that's rich ... you are just making me laugh too much today.

    The amount of space required for O2 production (through trees) ... the amount of farm space needed to feed people ... the amount of living space needed for people ... storage space ... waste space ... etc.

    Do the math.
     
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    This planet is NO WHERE near the max number of Humans it can feed or provide water for. Not even close.
     
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    Include the space for wildlife.
     
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    In no encounter with you know-it-all did i see you support your grandiose statements. You just label your opponents, call them stupid, and yourself the winner. I cannot take you seriously. I cannot even laugh at you. You bore me.
     
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    Rainforests ;)


    the American midwest alone can feed half the world. Rice from Asia could feed the population. Even much of Africa could grow plenty of food if they'd stop killing eachother long enough to farm.

    Not so much a problem of people would spread out and stop cramming themselves into cramped little cities. Or build up. I already addressed this.
    storage space ... waste space ... etc.

    No math has been put forth to show a problem. I already said that the problem is not the numbers. The problem is simply distribution. Now, where's your evidence that Earth cannot grow enough food and not enough water can be made potable to support the human population?
     

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